Short answer, another name for the Rosary is the Angelic Psalter. It is a repetition mainly of the words of the Angel Gabriel to the Blessed Virgin Mary announcing the Birth of Jesus and the words spoken by St. Elizabeth when Mary visited her shortly before the birth of John the Baptist, when he "leapt in her womb". The reason for its simplicity is that it ...
The Bible gives a strict command about work:
“And that ye study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you; That ye may walk honestly toward them that are without, and that ye may have lack of nothing.” (1 Thessalonians 4:11–12, KJV 1900)
“For we hear that there are some which walk among you ...
Is there a Bible-verse, what says that one must not quote the bible all the time?
There is no one verse that teaches we must or must not quote the Scriptures continually. But we should not drive others away from the Lord by being obnoxious about it either. Moderation is the key.
Scriptures indicates that moderation should be exercised in this domain. It is ...
The Bible counsels moderation.
Do not be overrighteous,
neither be overwise—
why destroy yourself?
Do not be overwicked,
and do not be a fool—
why die before your time?
It is good to grasp the one
and not let go of the other.
Whoever fears God will avoid all extremes. (Ecclesiastes 7:16-18 NIV)
Ecclesiastes 12:12. NLT
But, my child, let me give you some further advice: Be careful, for writing books is endless, and much study wears you out.
There is a time for everything,
and a season for every activity under the heavens:
a time to be born and a time to die,
a time to plant and a time to uproot,
Can we be united in prayer?
The short answer is yes.
In fact we should do so in imitation of Our Lord by following his very example.
Jesus Prays for All Believers
20 “I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; 21 that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may ...
The header question is actually a different subject from the body of the question. The body of the question is about 'large groups' and their possible 'objections'.
The head question is a fundamental issue :
Can we be united in prayer ?
I am answering this basic question. I am assuming that the 'we' is persons who confess the name of Jesus Christ among ...
Disunity over different views of God
When two denominations have fundamentally different views of God, for example trinitarians and non-trinitarians, they will generally not be willing to pray with each other. They may however be willing to pray next to others at ecumenical services as long as they think it will not give the impression that their gods are ...