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Category Archives: KISS (short & simple)
Matthew 5:4 (NIV) Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed because they are comforted. How sad to forever mourn and never be comforted (maybe that’s what hell is like).
Proverbs 9:10 (ERV) Wisdom begins with fear and respect for the Lord. Your attitude sets you on the path to wisdom. Not your reading skills.
We bless God because he is holy. God blesses us by making us holy.
Better to understand a short Bible verse than to read a whole chapter and not know what it says.
James 2:23 (ESV) “Abraham believed God . . .” –and he was called a friend of God. Can you be called a friend of God?
You can’t pray too much. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 (ERV) Never stop praying.
Yep, this sounds like something God would say: “I forbid adultery and premarital sex not because sex is bad but because it is good.” Robert Boyd Munger My Heart – Christ’s Home, 1954
God says, Who will go for us? You say, Here I am, send me. God says, Who is here for me? You say, Here I am. Use me.
Do unto your forefathers as you would have your grandchildren do onto you. (based on Luke 6:31)
Prayer changes things. Prayer changes the storm. Prayer changes me.