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"No Weapon formed
against you will prosper." Isaiah 54:17
“Be not hasty in thy
spirit to be angry:
for anger rests in
the bosom of fools.”
Poem of The Month
What manner of man is
That calms the wind and sea.
With only the wave of His hand,
He caused my fears to flee.
He calms the storms of
That rain down upon my soul.
He bore my sorrows and strife,
That I should be made whole.
He is the Master of
Over it’s storms that rise up to play.
His peace will calm my heart,
As I kneel to Him and pray.
Who is this mighty
That rules the winds and sea?
His name is Jesus, the Christ,
Who took my place at Calvary.
In The Spotlight|
Renewing of Your Mind
This is a seven-day journey
designed as a “Bible Study” by which the reader
can learn how to be transformed from a life of
carnality where sadness, depression and
immorality reign. The study, if done seriously,
will transform the mind of the reader into an
abundance of life where love, joy, peace and
other attributes of God flow freely. We will be
looking at Romans chapter twelve with a look
back at the end of chapter eleven. I will also
add other supporting scriptures as relevant to
Based on the material from Acts and
the Corinthian epistles, the Book of Romans clearly
indicates that it was written from Corinth on Paul’s
third missionary journey. Paul had never visited Rome;
but after fulfilling his mission of mercy to Jerusalem,
he hoped to go to Rome en route to Spain (Rom.
15:23-25). At any rate, the date of the book is probably
60 A.D.At the end of chapter eleven, Paul says this,
“For of him, and through him, and to him, are all
things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.”
The beginning of chapter twelve, Paul
continues with a, “Therefore” saying this, “I beseech
you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God,
that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy,
acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service
and be not conformed to this world: but be ye
transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may
prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect,
will of God.” Romans 12:2