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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
Of The Seas
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
Dealing With Adversity
Will the person that has no
enemies please stand up? Ok, instead, raise your
hand if you are free of adversaries. I didn’t
see even one hand go up. No one stood up. Oh, I
forgot, I meant to focus on just Christian folk.
If you are a Christian and
are walking in accordance to God’s will, you
will never be free of enemies. They will attack
you and plot to defeat you at every turn. How do
I know, because the apostle Paul said so in his
second letter to Timothy back in the 1st
century? He said,
“Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ
Jesus shall suffer persecution.”
2 Timothy 3:12
Word Origin and History
"Oppression for the holding
of a belief or opinion," from Old French
persecution "persecution, damage, affliction,
suffering." Directly from Latin persecutionem
(nominative persecutio), noun of action from
past participle stem of persequi "follow,
pursue, hunt down; proceed against, prosecute,
start a legal action," from per- "through" (see
per ) + sequi "follow" (see sequel ).
Psychological persecution complex is recorded
from 1961; earlier persecution mania (1892).
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