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There’s a boy who sometimes comes over to play with my kids. He’s a big fellow for his age, and can be pretty rough. One day, he and one of my sons had a disagreement and it came to blows. When I came out, he ran off and didn’t return for several days. When he did come back, I sat down with him on the front porch and said to him, “This is a safe place. I want you to understand that you can always come here and never be afraid that someone is going to hurt you. But at the same time, if you are to be here, you also have to do everything possible to make sure that it is also safe for everybody else.”
|Ads Jul 4 2010, 03:02 PM, By MarkStaneart|
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There's one page that ought to be ripped out of your Bible. Go ahead. You have my permission. It is a mostly white page that separates the prophecy of Malachai from the Gospel of Matthew. This dividing wall has caused all sorts of barriers in our ability to comprehend the consistent message of the Bible: that what is called the "New Testament" is not a new religion at all; but the continued application and response of people seeking to live in relationship with God.
|Philosophy of Life Nov 22 2015, 05:05 PM, By alon|
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