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  1. JPPT1974's Thurs Thoughts 3/29/2012:

    God choosed Joshua
    Over anybody He could pick.
    For God knew that
    Moses was grooming him.
    The way that God asked.
    Moses to do with Joshua.
  2. JPPT1974's Wed Thoughts 3/28/2012:

    Moses knew that
    He would not be.
    Seeing the Promised Land.
    All due to his actions.
    And that rock he broke.
    Without God's permission.
  3. A Quote from A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims On the Way

    by , March 18th, 2012 at 06:17 PM (One foot in front of the other.)
    If Paul could warn the Corinthians "not to go beyond what is written" (1 Corinthians 4:6), then surely those of us living in postapostolic times are no less obliged to this principle. Especially as the church was already being racked with internal division and errors. Paul in effect invoked the principle of sola scriptura in forbidding the saints from going beyond the written texts. Paul urges this in the context of his defense of his ministry against the charges of the "superapostles,"
  4. The "moment"

    by , March 18th, 2012 at 06:14 PM (One foot in front of the other.)
    The "moment" came to me later in life. I started attending a "mainstream" protestant church in 2004 and attended the worship services and Sunday school regularly. The gospel wasn't clearly preached from the pulpit nor taught in group settings. I had difficulties understanding Scripture on my own because my mind was cluttered with racing thoughts or the reading made me sleepy.

    Later I realized I enjoyed being in church for the wrong reasons,
  5. JPPT1974's Tues Thoughts 3/27/2012:

    The Lord God wanted
    Joshua as He asked Moses.
    To groom him over Moses
    Not seeing the Promised Land.
    Over his anger over striking a rock.
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