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Love is the Strongest Adhesive - Christian Wedding Song (Lyrics/Chords)

LOVE IS THE STRONGEST ADHESIVE ~1~ D All along this space we're movin Bm         Em Galaxies unfold A                                  G              A There are times when we think that we are all alone D Though the outer space be empty Bm                        Em There's a rhythm in this soul A                      G            D You and me will always have an open door

CHORUS D      F#m                   A Love is the strongest adhesive Em                        D Joining hearts beyond all worlds      F#m                        A Love speaks though the world be silent Em               A     D Depths of hearts to unfold

~2~ D            Love is not a passing feeling Bm                Em It's a gift from above A                             G                A See the love of Jesus that brought Him to this earth D                            Bm          Em Not just a matter of falling deeply into love A                  G             D It goes on to give everything it got
CHORUS D      F#m                  …

The Kings of the East in Biblical Prophecy and the Clash of Civilizations

The Biblical pointer to the Kings of the East (Rev.16:12) arising in the last days has been often interpreted as fulfilled in the rise of the far-east nations such as China and Japan, but while Sinim (China) has been used once in Isaiah 49:12, the phrase "of the east" in the Bible usually refers to the nations of Iraq, Iran, and Arabia; no doubt, these are the nations where beheadings are most prominent, and these are also the avowed enemies of Israel.

Sam Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations" may not be baseless after all, though he has identified at least 3 blocks, the Asiatic, the Islamic, and the Western.

But, it seems more cogent that "of the east" refers to the Islamic nations where not only Israel is hated but also conversion to Christianity is a death-penalty.

Yet, the phrase doesn't rule out any far-eastern nation that is averse to the Christian faith and is anti-semitic as well, for "east" remains "east" of Israel …

The Neo-Polytheism of Hubert Dreyfus: A Rational Fideist Analysis

Hubert Lederer Dreyfus (b. Oct 1929) is an American philosopher and professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley. He has contributed much to the interpretation and analysis of Heidegger's philosophy. In recent times, his choice of an experience-based epistemic methodology has tended more towards a very pluralistic, anti-nihilist view; in fact, a reveling in Homeric polytheism as an inspiration for modern, revisited, or neo-polytheism.

In Epistemics of Divine Reality, the conflict between reason and experience in the history of  the philosophy of religion has been identified. The conflict usually results in reason's tending to expel the empirical categories and choose a very metaphysical and, usually, monist or via negativa view of God. On the other hand, it also results in experience's tending to expel the rational categories and choose a very concrete, plural, this-wordly view of self and the universe.

Epistemics of Divine Reality - Philosophical fro…

Why Was Jesus Baptized by John?

Then Jesus came from Galilee to John at the Jordan to be baptized by him.
And John tried to prevent Him, saying, "I need to be baptized by You, and are You coming to me?"
But Jesus answered and said to him, "Permit it to be so now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness." Then he allowed Him. (Mat 3:13-15 NKJ)

The Baptism of Jesus Was1. NOT Anointing of Jesus for the Office of Priest, Prophet, or King. Christ is the Anointed One, and His Anointing is eternal. He is the Anointer.
2. NOT identification with sinful humanity as if Jesus were being baptized in the same manner as others--not, at all. Jesus identified with humanity by partaking of human nature in His Incarnation. John didn’t baptize Him with the baptism of repentance like he baptized others. In fact, John recognized Jesus as the Lamb who takes away the sin of the world (Jn.1:29); in other words, it was not the waters of baptism but the Lamb who saves us from our sins.

It WasTo fulfill all…

Caleb, History Maker

Numbers 13; Josh 14
Story Numbers 13God told them to spy; why spy if He'd give.
Bible teaches human responsibility  God will give increase, but you must sow the seed. You must work. God made man to work. If you want blessing, you must do things
KNOWLEDGE, CONFIDENCE, ACTION1. Learn about the land .. Business, job... Knowledge (Jesus said “Count the Cost”)
2. Believe that you can take the land because He has promised. Believe in God
3. Go up and fight the battle... You don't win more territory by sleeping.PRAYER OF JABEZ- 1Chronicles 4:9,10. But, that prayer will mean nothing unless there is proper effort to learn, proper faith to act.Now, some say no need work. Salvation not by work. But, they don't know James 2Caleb - means dog. Bad! Especially for a Jew.. But, he didn’t care what his parents called him.1. Man of Divine Vision
Caleb saw as God wanted them to see.
God showed them the land… He wanted to show the land that He was going to give them. What do you do when God s…