On cakes...it's simple. If one can order one from the ladies down at The Walmarts...guess what? It ain't art.
The room is completely dark, aside from the dim light of an oil lamp left on, on top of the night stand.
It was a bigger house. Two stories, had a white porch swing on it with the paint peeling off, showing about how long the man of the house had aoman away.
One of the steps was broken as I walked up to the front door and the others creaked under my weight. I set my bags down when I reached the top of the stairs, looking at my bag, I realized that it was an olive drab army issued duffel bag. This made me realize I must have been away at war.
As this realization wman me, memories came flooding back to me in waves. Memories of blood and fighting, people dying all around me...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
He is the sacrifice for unintentional sin. Hebrews and the OT say there is no sacrifice for intentional, willful, rebellious sin. No, our ignorance does not mean we cannot be forgiven once the truth is revealed to us. But then, are grace and ignorance to be an excuse to sin? Aren't we to study and prove ourselves and ask for the old paths? Doesn't it say our fathers have inherited lies, vanities, and things of no profit? When the truth is revealed to us, we must repent. That's part of the forgiveness process. When we are told we are in error. We need to examine the scriptural witnesses and see if it is so. If there are at least 2 Scriptures that testify against us and establish that we are in error, we need to confess that sin, repent of it, that means turn from it, ask Messiah for forgiveness, and do what He says. That's the fruit we are supposed to bear if we TRULY are who we say we are - His followers.
That was a statement, not a question.
Are you a creationist?