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  1. A Quote from A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims On the Way

    by , March 9th, 2012 at 09:13 AM (Thoughts from a Students Notebook)
    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,"
  2. JPPT1974's Tues Thoughts 3/20/2012:

    Sinning whether it is big or small.
    Is just that as a sin.
    Is a sin regardless.
    As it is against
    God and for who and.
    What He stands for!
  3. JPPT1974's Mon Thoughts 3/19/2012:

    Even if they don't get the credit.
    That they deserve.
    Still God has given them
    Credit and a pat on the back.
    Saying to them, "Well Done, Good and Faithful Servant!
  4. JPPT1974's Weekend Thoughts 3/16-3/18/2012:

    Like Mordecai being the
    Uncle of Esther he was
    A father figure to her.
    And despite knowing that
    He or she would lose their lives.
    Still, God was on their side.
  5. JPPT1974's Thurs Thoughts 3/15/2012:

    Even though they
    May or may not have.
    Played a big role.
    Bible wise still God
    Knows who they are.
    And what they did
    Back then.
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