"Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord!"
It's good to know that even in the darkest hours of history, God will always have a remnant of people who will serve him.
I don’t believe the New Testament epistles would portray the nephilim in a positive light since the acts that gave rise to them are condemned. This would likely also reflect the viewpoint of intertestamental Judaism.
In Jude there are several groups which are held up for condemnation for leaving their station: false teachers who pervert the grace of God in their teaching; angels who left their “first estate;” and, the people of Sodom and Gomorrah who went after “strange flesh” (Greek: “other flesh”).
What does effective Christian witness look like in difficult situations?
I had a photo I needed for a blog post. I knew it was only recently downloaded, but I could not find it. (BTW, I am not a novice.) I jumped into the new Google Photos and found it in about 10 seconds. Literally.
So the Lord said, “I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man and beast, creeping thing and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them.” But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. (Genesis 6:7-8) We serve a…
Chief Justice Roberts said, "The court takes the perilous step — for the first time in our history — of allowing the president to defy an act of Congress in the field of foreign affairs."
Aside from the folly of further undercutting our Constitutional order, America has now definitively said that Jerusalem does not belong to anyone. What does YHWH say about this?
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