2013-2014 Bible study. This Bible study at LLU. 2003-2005 2005-2007 2007-2009 2009-2013 2013-??? www.Godscharacter.com. The Ideal. The Pathology. The Ideal. Does the Bible describe a time before the rebellion? …before the creation of humans …before the creation of angels.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
“At the root of all present-day oppressive dictatorships, divided or monochrome societies, devaluation of certain individuals and the inability to cultivate loving community, is a denial of the Trinity. The Trinity models an image of mutuality, reciprocity and totally shared life”- Greg Haslam
“Thundering across the plains race immense herds of horses, gazelles, buffalo, running like the wind. It is more astonishing than we could possibly imagine. No wonder ‘the morning stars sang together and all the angels shouted for joy’ (Job 38:7). A great hurrah goes up from the heavens!”
“We have grown dull toward this world in which we live; we have forgotten that it is not normal or scientific in any sense of the word. It is fantastic. It is a fairy tale through and through. Really now. Elephants? Caterpillars? Snow? At what point did you lose your wonder of it all? Even so, once in a while something will come along and shock us right out of our dullness and resignation. We come round a corner, and there before us is a cricket, a peacock, a stag with horns as big as he. Perhaps we come upon a waterfall, the clouds have made a rainbow in a circle round the sun, or a mouse scampers across the counter, pauses for a moment to twitch his whiskers at you, and disappears into the cupboard. And for a moment we realize we were born into a world astonishing as any fairy tale. A world made for romance.” - Epic: The Story God Is Telling, by John Eldredge
“I reckon everything as complete loss for the sake of what is so much more valuable, the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake I have thrown everything away; I consider it all as mere garbage, so that I may gain Christ and be completely united with him.” (Philippians 3:8,9 – GN)
“When the Judgment Day comes, many will say to me, \'Lord, Lord! In your name we spoke God\'s message, by your name we drove out many demons and performed many miracles!\' Then I will say to them,