Must we confess all our…

Must we confess all our sins to be forgiven?

I mean, come on now, what about the sins we can’t remember? What about something we do that we don’t consider a sin but it really is?
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/06/14/must-we-confess-our-sins-to-be-forgiven/
I’d love to hear your feedback on this post.
How about leaving a like or a comment today.
You’d make my day.
God bless.
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It’s Grace Week on my blog, For His Glory

Big week on my blog, For His Glory
Monday begins Grace Week.
I’m back from my sabbatical and eager to get back in the blogosphere.
God has really been leading me to study His word and what it says about His grace. I’m also reading several authors at once who have written about grace.
I hope you’ll tune in and find a blessing or two reading my grace week posts.
I’m excited about what God is showing me.
Hop on over toFor His Glorythis week. I hope you will be blessed. If you lie what you read, why not leave me a comment. I’d love to get your feedback.
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“Christian” is a lousy adjective

What’s the difference between an auto mechanic and a “Christian” auto mechanic? Between a florist and a “Christian” florist. What qualification does the adjective “Christian” bring to a noun?

What’s a “Christian” supposed to be like anyway? If you walked up to 10 people at church and asked them to define “Christian” to you, do you think any two would agree on what one is?

To me, “Christian” as a modifier is ambiguous. Whether you call someone a “Christian” something, or you call yourself a “Christian” whatever, to me we have much more adequate adjectives we can use other than “Christian”.

What do you think? Do you agree? Let me know in a comment. I’d be very interested in your response.
Here’s a link to my current post, “Christian is a lousy adjective”
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A conversation Adam had with…

A conversation Adam had with God

Adam: Thank you, God, for making Eve for me. Let me ask You something. Why did You make her so beautiful and helpful?

God: So you’d be attracted to her, Adam.

Adam: Why did You make Eve so soft to touch and pleasurable to be with?

God: So you’d be attracted to her, Adam.

Adam: Then why did You make her so stupid?

God: So she’d be attracted to YOU, Adam.
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Does it feel like anarchy outside

Can any leader or group of leaders fix, control or improve what’s happening on our streets and in our malls and schools?
Are things finally getting completely out of hand? Out of control?
Have the extremists taken over?
I wonder. Do you?
What’s going on sounds a lot like what Jesus talked about in Matthew 24
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2016/12/27/does-it-feel-like-anarchy-outside/
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Pick good friends

Today on For His Glory, Dr. John Ed Mathison shares sound reasons for picking good friends.
Enjoy.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2016/11/17/pick-good-friends/

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We have a new generation — the Crybaby Generation

We have a new generation — the Crybaby Generation

First it was the the World War II men and women (my folks’ generation).
Tom Brokaw wrote a book about them and called them The Greatest Generation.
Then cane their kids’ generation (my generation). They call us Baby Boomers
Then along came the GenX generation (our kids).
Then came the Millinnials (their kids).
Now we have the Crybaby Generation, also known as Whiners. These are teenagers and disinfranchised Millenniels who go to school, hang out, spend their parents’ money, play video games, drink, smoke dope, hook up, abuse cell phones, get their morals and world view from each other, abandon church and family values, protest en mass about anything they don’t like, seek cry zones when they get upset about llife, reject anything they don’t understand, and prefer picketing over going to class or taking tests. They can’t tell you what they believes or what their moral compass is. They borrow beliefs from peers or posters or persuasive professors. They don’t know history, nor care to. They don’t have original thoughts. They don’t understand politics or govrnment or much of anything relevant to real life. They have no goals and don’t think past the next “happening”.
Some of them will be running our country some day. That ought to scare the cr_p out of all of us.
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