It's my pleasure, Le_le. I try, to the best of my ability, to be an example of love in all I do, including my posts (Rom 13:8). I can only hope that this is evident.Thank you for taking the time to post this.
I believe a tree is known by its fruit (Matt 12:33).I believe not one of us can know another man's heart and walk w God.
If this "us" means "believers that have remained faithful and obedient unto the end (Heb 3:14)," then I agree.I believe not one of us will be left behind when all is said and done..
Let's hope your ministers are honorable, trustworthy, and informed (2Cor 11:14-15).Maybe this seems unrealistic to you and your heart, to me
it's as real as it gets.
Is that what Moses did? The prophets? The apostles? Our anointed Savior?You can carry on with your beliefs and I will do the same
With all due respect, but it's that type of attitude that conceived division in the first place.
I felt similarly about Christendom at 14 years of age. Some 11 years later, I began calling my religion "Mashiyachiym," which is the Hebrew equivalent of our English transliterated "Christian." I say "some 11 years later," because it took 11 years of study and comparison before I decided to separate myself, by name, from Christendom's many denominations.As for Lawlest- I am just not comfortable identifying myself w his kind of
Likewise, Le_le.Thanks again, wishing you the very best.