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// Strange this post is totaly unrelated to what I was searching google for, but it was listed on the first page. I guess your doing something right if Google likes you enough to put you on the first page of a non related search.

 

// Just wasting some time on Stumbleupon and I found your post . Not typically what I like to read about, but it was absolutely worth my time. Thanks.

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// Do you have copy writer for so good articles? If so please give me contacts, because this really rocks!

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// Hello there, Happy Easter 2010!!

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// awesome article.

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// Hi Debby,

Thanks for visiting and commenting. I hope the site was useful in some way.
I do not currently have any other blogs other than my electronic Resume but I do have the Ezra Project website,
which you can link to from this blog, if you are interested in the history of the Church and it’s development of theology
and doctrine both pre Reformation and post Reformation with emphasis on the Philosophical influences of the Enlightenment
on modern Church issues. There is also old testament history and the historical unfolding of “Salvation History”.

I hope to hear from you again. God Bless!

http://theezraproject.web.officelive.com/default.aspx

 
 

// Just wondering if you have blogs on any other niche as i really like this blog?

Just wondering if you have blogs on any other niche as i really like this blog? debbyd1@verizon.net
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// First, thanks for visiting my site. As to your comment on the clarity of the text perhaps I was so focused on what I meant that I did not convey that meaning fully.
Is there anything specific to which you are referring?

Joe Robinson
the ezra project blogsite

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Joe Robinson

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// The subject is fully clear but why does the text lack clarity? But in general your blog is great.

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// Thanks the author for article. The main thing do not forget about users, and continue in the same spirit.

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// To further clarify. The “conditional if” in this article should be interpreted in light of the teachings of Christ. “You shall know them by their fruit…no good tree brings forth evil fruit…ect.”

Also, until the day we see Him, at which point we become “like” Him all believers will have their moments of failure in their Christian walk. We are all at some stage of santification and none have been perfected. It is a process and sometimes the process is messy!

But their is a clear and obvious distinction between evil fruit and good fruit even when the good fruit is less than perfect.

 theezraproject@orthodox.com
Joe Robinson

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// Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us. Romans 5:3,4

No one wants to suffer. We need to remember that God does not give us more than we can handle. Your suffering may seem horrific to me and vice versa. Also, our lives with God are seasonal. We will not suffer forever, but at times we do have to bear our cross.

Marti
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// The last statement was probably true 120 plus years ago, but with the flood of New Age influences today the Church is once again faced with the gnostic dualism the early Christians were faced with.

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