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‘Every Knee Shall Bow’ – Forced or Free Will? No person can come to Jesus unless the Father draws (drags) him.

‘Every Knee Shall Bow’ – Forced or Free Will? No person can come to Jesus unless the Father draws (drags) him.

Legalism says God will love us if we change. The gospel says God will change us because He loves us. Tullian Tchividjian

Legalism says God will love us if we change. The gospel says God will change us because He loves us. Tullian Tchividjian

Speaks volumes!

Speaks volumes!

Mercy. To receive something we don't deserve.

Mercy. To receive something we don't deserve.

They were drawn to Jesus and the life he lived, truth he spoke, love he shared.  Jesus DID NOT go door to door trying to save souls....they came to him by his example!

They were drawn to Jesus and the life he lived, truth he spoke, love he shared. Jesus DID NOT go door to door trying to save souls....they came to him by his example!

Doomed To Be Saved - We do not think man’s evil can, in the long run of the ages, finally outspeed God’s ever-pursuing mercy. He must overtake us sooner or later. We may temporarily choose evil rather than good, and vileness instead of nobleness, and be ungrateful and sinful. But God will get the better of us at last.” Frances Power Cobbe

Doomed To Be Saved - We do not think man’s evil can, in the long run of the ages, finally outspeed God’s ever-pursuing mercy. He must overtake us sooner or later. We may temporarily choose evil rather than good, and vileness instead of nobleness, and be ungrateful and sinful. But God will get the better of us at last.” Frances Power Cobbe

Richard Rohr - The Way of 'Kneeling'--Julian of Norwich

Richard Rohr – The Way of ‘Kneeling’

Was Paul the inventor of Christianity? Did he leave Judaism to form the doctrines of a new religion? Derek Leman writes from a Messianic Jewish perspective, presenting Paul as a Torah-faithful follower of the Jewish Messiah. Yet Paul was called to the non-Jewish peoples to bring the good news of Yeshua (Jesus). Leman explains Paul's practice in Acts, his distinction between Jewish and Gentile relationship to Torah, and how his letters reflect the way of life he taught non-Jews in Christ.

Was Paul the inventor of Christianity? Did he leave Judaism to form the doctrines of a new religion? Derek Leman writes from a Messianic Jewish perspective, presenting Paul as a Torah-faithful follower of the Jewish Messiah. Yet Paul was called to the non-Jewish peoples to bring the good news of Yeshua (Jesus). Leman explains Paul's practice in Acts, his distinction between Jewish and Gentile relationship to Torah, and how his letters reflect the way of life he taught non-Jews in Christ.

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