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    I almost used Romans 7:7 on my page today but in looking for ways to shorten figured I kind of paraphrased it a little. Glad you threw it out here
    Ross
    2005-09-13 03:23:42 Posted by dcyple ()

    Surprising that this seems to be a common theme today. It's that silly skin thing (flesh) that causes us to sin. When Jesus was tempted he rebuked satan each time until satan left him. That is what we need to do. Just this morning on my way to work, I was talking to God, when all of a sudden I thought of the Lord's prayer. "Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil" May this be our prayer today.
    May God keep us all in His hand until satan leaves us.
    2005-09-13 05:29:18 Posted by Lee ()

    Truly and truly. There are scriptures that address knowingly and unknowingly violating God's precepts. Punishment is greater for those who go against God's will and believe that they do so. How can any Christian do so? I do not know. I myself have done so, and can not even fathom why I should, but there you have it. Punishment is for training and making us a better child of God. It is not the same as Judgement. Still, what should we do? I think the book of Jude is a good place to look for answers on this. The tone of that book is both severe, and loving. Those of you with children understand that training a child is not a joyful thing, but a thing done in love nonetheless.
    2005-09-13 11:09:37 Posted by Mel ()

    And may God the father train me quickly if I am rebelious (which I still am from time to time) for the training would need to be harsher if I was to become set in my ways and not heed what I am being trained for.
    2005-09-13 11:11:34 Posted by Mel ()

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