Hard verse for postmodernists

  1. Matthew 7.21 is a hard verse for postmodernists who think that any action is superior to thought. Jesus said it wasn’t only doing something — anything — that mattered to him.

  2. So how many rabbits have you chased today? I’m afraid to count …

  3. The plan of salvation and sanctification is simple, but when we want what we want, we make it complicated.

  4. Is there a reason why John says “God is light” before he states that “God is love”? Asking sincerely.

  5. Impressed that, when I complained to a Bible version site that my IP got blocked, I got quick responses from three or four different people.

  6. An original verse: Deliver heart and will to God — submit! / In the Kingdom massive egos don’t fit.

  7. A Bible verse: “He will drink from a stream beside the way; therefore, he will lift up his head.” Psalm 110.7 EHV.


    What say you?