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Jacob Gerstenberg
1 Tim. 1:15 The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost.
1 Tim. 1:15 The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost.


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The gospel is only good news when we understand the bad news. —R.C. Sproul

#reformed #reformedtheology #rcsproul

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He's making a list, checking it twice, gonna find out who's declaring victory over their lives.

+David Gillespie 

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I KNEW IT! Cold weather really does cause murder!

On a related note;

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After searching for quite a while, I actually found that apparel that fit my theological tastes! Check it out!

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Finnally, Life Is Best has been released and is available on DVD! Paul Washer, Steve Lawson, Art Azurdia, John Macarthur, E.Z., Voddie Baucham, and James White all make appearancesin this first season, some of favorite teachers! Idk when I will get it. I am very excited to see what this means for the unborn, and more importantly the salvation of those who watch it. 

I encourage you to go watch the first episode  for free here;
#Equalityfortheunborn   #Lifeisbest   #prolife   #abortion  

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Random History Fact:
  in 1943 there was a shortage of copper because of WW2, and was replaced with a steel penny. Very few copper pennies were minted that year... In-fact, only 40 pennies are known to exist. A 1943 steel penny YTD will sell for 0.50-1$, but a 1943 copper penny will sell for multiple thousands of dollars. In the rarest case, the penny sold for 1 million dollars.

  It is possible that your 1943 copper penny you just happened to find while reading this is counterfeit. Firstly check if it is magnetic, if it is not, it might be copper and should be authenticated by an expert.

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Thoughts on the Love of Christ
David Harsha

In the death of Christ, we behold the most astonishing exhibition of divine love that has ever been manifested to a lost world. Such love as is here displayed, is without a precedent--without a parallel in the annals of time or in the records of eternity.

To behold the Son of God, the Maker of worlds, bowing His head on the cross, and yielding up His immaculate soul amid the agonies of death--is the most amazing, the most affecting, the most melting sight that mortals ever witnessed!

Around the Cross of Christ there shine the most resplendent rays of divine love that ever beamed from the Sun of Righteousness--that ever emanated from the Deity!

O, my soul, look and wonder!

Behold your Savior bleeding on the cross, bleeding from every pore--that your sins might be washed away in the flowing stream!

See Him pouring out His soul unto death, for your salvation! Is not this a manifestation of unparalleled love to you?

Christ's suffering and dying for us is a great mystery--a mystery of unfathomable love!

How vehement was the love of Christ, that led Him to endure death in its most terrible form, even the death of the cross! "Love is as strong as death; the coals thereof are coals of fire, which has a most vehement flame. Many waters cannot quench love; neither can the floods drown it."

Such is the love of Christ!

All the waters of affliction and suffering, all the billows of divine wrath that rolled over our blessed Redeemer--were not sufficient to quench the ardency of that love which He felt for a dying world of sinners!
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