God never hurries. There are no deadlines against which he must work. Only to know this is to quiet our spirits and relax our nerves. (A.W. Tozer)
The reason why many are still troubled, still seeking, still making little forward progress is because they haven't yet come to the end of themselves. We're still trying to give orders, and interfering with God's work within us.
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Decoding Nicea is the true story of the Council of Nicea as told by those who participated in it. Forget the myths and Dan Brown's fabricated story, Paul Pavao will show you the sources, documents, an…
The early Christians argue that the laws of Leviticus were added because of transgression and that God never wanted those sacrifices. These quotes address that topic. I am learning from these quotes a…
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