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Daily Devotion Conforming To Christ
King James Bible Daily Devotion – Learning Scripture One Day At A Time
Date: Friday, August 28, 2015
Chapters: Ezekiel 1-4
Message Title: Conforming To Christ
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The Book of Ezekiel is the twenty-sixth book of the Old Testament/Bible and contains forty-eight chapters. The author of the book is Ezekiel and it was written to the people of Judah. The timeline for these events took place approximately between 590BC to 570BC. The purpose of the book was to inform the Jews of the events that would take place during and after their captivity. The Book of Ezekiel is a complete covering of what will happen to the children of God, saved Jews and Gentiles, scattered around the world today. What we are to learn from the book is that God orders historical events so that all nations will know He is God. “Thus will I magnify myself, and sanctify myself; and I will be known in the eyes of many nations, and they shall know that I am the LORD.” - Ezekiel 38:23.
Ezekiel was... (more)
pandawill2011 The iPhone will Have a Chinese Version for Dual-card-t wo-standby?
Due to number portability is more difficult to achieve, so double card double stay mobile phone at home is still very popular, apple will come so skill?Apple has been engaged in talks with several telecom operators, if all goes well, we can see in the next iPhone fastest switching operator network function anytime and anywhere. This one can be realized at any time anywhere the operator network switch technology, the industry is called e - SIM. That is to say, this is a kind of entities can replace the SIM card, let the iPhone no longer restrained by operators of new technology.But because of the different national conditions, it is generally believed that this technique will not appear in the smartphone market in mainland China, because the operator first would not agree.Since smart phones sold in China market is difficult to adopt e - SIM... (more)
addbreitlingwatch Rolex Skydweller Rose Gold watches replica review
Today we will introduce the new Rolex Sky-dweller watches and make a reviews about the Replica Rolex Skydweller Rose Gold from watchu.cc.
About the new Rolex Sky-dweller watches
The Sky-Dweller has one more trick up its sleeve as Rolex has designed a
simple and ingenious method of choosing which feature the crown will
control when turned. The feature select is done via a four position
setting in the bezel, which Rolex calls “Ring Command”. By rotating the
bezel counter clockwise, the user can select month/day control, local
time, and reference time (fourth setting is idle). Rolex had to create a new in-house movement, the Calibre 9001, for the Sky-Dweller which is both chronometer certified and have 72 hour power reserve.
The fact that Rolex is not making a steel version of the Sky-Dweller
could make this new model something of a novelty but I also I think that
it is indicative of Rolex’s slow-but-steady march away from their tool watch roots. Pricing has yet... (more)
Earl Gray Pencil The Bible to a Bibliophile
If you'll forgive the oddball simile, The Holy Bible is an incredible bottomless rabbit-hole of classical literature which can be fallen into gleefully headlong and its bottom never reached. You see, as Christians we know that the Word of God is eternal. The more you read it, the more you understand it; and the more you understand it, more is revealed to you as you grow in spiritual maturity. You can literally read the Bible forever and it will continue to unfold upon itself, revealing the eternity of God himself.
Cool. Oh yeah. Amazing? You know it. Spooky?
Why? Well, as a writer, the concept has never been that terribly foreign to me.
As a certified library card-carrying book-a-holic, the library holds a more special meaning to me than a collection of dusty old dead trees in leather binding. These dead trees are the words of great men and women, men and women who speak to us past time and ages through the scrawlings and printings they left behind. When we read their... (more)
preacher314 the most important thing in life
"What can we say the Kingdom of God is like?" (Mark 4:30).
The Kingdom of God was the number one topic of Jesus'
teaching. The subject of Jesus' first sermon when He came
into Galilee was the "Kingdom of God": the "Kingdom has come,
" He said. From that time on, almost every parable of Jesus
begins, "The Kingdom of God is like ..." But many of us know
very little about it, or we misunderstand it. We're like the little
boy in religion class who was asked, "What did Jesus say about
people getting married?" He answered immediately, "Forgive
them, for they know not what they do." If someone should ask
you, "What did Jesus say about the Kingdom of God?" your
answer might well be as unenlightened as that little boy's.
Jesus told us that the Kingdom of God is the most important
thing in life. He told us to seek it first, before all things. He told
us it's the one thing needful. He told us it's like a treasure hidden
in the field that is so valuable if you ran across it you... (more)