With a profitable business arising from the production of wool cloth, Laodicea became wealthy. That economic sufficiency lulled the church into a spiritual sleep.
So wealthy that, when destroyed by an earthquake in A. Jesus Christ describes this distasteful condition as "lukewarm," neither cold nor hot toward spiritual matters.
Companies like pull in people with an emotional need to find their soul mate and then they ask them to pay for the match-making service.
The service prices range from to a month, on average, but the real kicker is when the payments are set-up on a recurring basis and the users gets charged for services they are no longer using.
You could technically be GLB and not sinful so long as you didn’t act, sexually, on your feelings (so the story goes).
For trans* folks it’s not about sexual behaviour but about intrinsic gender identity.
The automated system explains that automatically charges your payment method so you don’t miss any matches.
f you have a radio in your car, you have probably heard the popular song “Take Me to Church” by Irish recording artist Hozier.
The city was founded by Antiochus II and named after his wife, Laodice.Not once has he ever beat me up." The judge in desperation exclaimed, "I don't understand. Well-intentioned believers want to communicate the need to come to Christ and be saved. Revelation , reads "Behold, I stand at the door and knock.To do that, especially with children, they beg non-Christians to "invite Jesus into your heart." There's a problem, though. Only one verse could be considered to support such wording. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me." With that phrase in mind—"stand at the door and knock"—many picture the heart as having a door.It really annoys me when people talk about the “clobber passages” about LGBT people and then only talk about the ones that deal with being LGB. First, I want to recommend the book This passage is found in the purity codes.One could make the argument that in these times the lines between “men’s” and “women’s” clothing is blurred to be pretty much meaningless.When should you intervene in someone else's life–especially your husband or wife? How can you hear God's wisdom through the voice of another person?