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About SisterActs2

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  1. New Member

    Welcome to Worthy Destiny
  2. DarrenJClark

    Hello Darren and Hannah Welcome to both of you! May you enjoy being here as much as we do.
  3. Did Jesus Die 'Spiritually' on the Cross

    Thanks Yowm, but I am happy to leave it where I left it, and not delve any further. I believe we can go too far in our questioning, and some things I will leave to God. I know Our Lord died in the flesh. But I believe he commended His Spirit into the hands of the Father. So I am okay with that. Blessings
  4. Did Jesus Die 'Spiritually' on the Cross

    In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. - Gen. 1:1 - God is One Person of the Trinity. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1 -Jesus is another Person of the Trinity. Emphasis obviously added. And the earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters. - Gen. 1:2 - The Spirit of God is another Person of the Trinity. When Jesus was baptised, He came up out of the water and God spoke and the Holy Spirit descended upon Him. The Trinity. They were all there at one time, One God, Three Persons. Three persons of the Godhead - in unity - how can you separate God from God? How can God die spiritually? He is eternal - always was, is now and always will be. This is the way I see it. This is what I believe.
  5. KPaulG - you are such a blessing to me brother! :)

    1. KPaulG


      Awww why thank you so much. You are a blessing to me, my sister in Christ.

  6. Yes, Neighbor Children are beautiful. We welcome them in Jesus' Name! I pray a lot for those children of the world who are not being looked after as they should be. I pray for those that are being looked after properly, as they need to be taught as well. I pray that these adorable little creations grow up with a hunger and a thirst for the righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ; a desire to know Him and be made free in Him. I pray for the little ones who are disadvantaged in any way. What a blessing children are. May God bless them all.
  7. Lung Dr. Tomorrow

    Hello tigger398 I, too, am praying for you tigger. You have much prayer support here on Worthy.
  8. Hi Ella I have told you previously that you can come and cry out for help and we will point the way to Jesus for you, and pray for you my dear sister. I have read the other members' posts and cannot add anything more - but please know that if one part of the body hurts, the other parts hurt with them. The body of Christ here is with you and we love you as our sister in Christ Ella. We will pray and cry to God for you. Just know that; and go to Jesus as often as you can and tell Him everything that's on your heart and about the pain you feel. He understands.
  9. Is the bible to be taken literally?

    Hello ytLiJC I haven't seen anyone else complain, but I don't appreciate your language usage here. I am sure you could have found another way to say this. Regardless of what you are saying, this is not the kind of speech Christians should be using.
  10. Hello!

    Welcome to Worthy, Boaz. Great name! This is a good place for discussion. I have learned a lot from discussion here.
  11. A real relationship

    Hi Blood Bought 1953 I am not sure, as I have not read all Spurgeon's works, but they didn't mince words back then, that's for sure. I do believe he had an amazing revelation of the cross. The closer I get to God, the more I am made aware of my sin that put Him there; the more thankful I get that He's washed me clean, and I will ever express my gratitude.
  12. please pray for sick child

  13. A real relationship

    Hi shapes I just couldn't resist copying in here today's reading of Charles Spurgeon, (called the Prince of Preachers) - (1834 - 1892) - one of the greatest orators who ever lived; as follows: '"Ye must be born again" - John 3:7 Regeneration is a subject that lies at the very basis of salvation, and we should be very diligent to take heed that we really are "born again", for there are many who imagine they are, who are not. Be assured that the name of a Christian is not the nature of a Christian; and that being born in a Christian land and being recognised as professing the Christian religion is of no avail whatever unless there is something more added to it - being born again is a matter so mysterious that human words cannot describe it. "The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit" (John 3:8). Nevertheless, it is a change that is known and felt: known by works of holiness and felt by a gracious experience. This great work is supernatural. It is not an operation that a man performs for himself. A new principle is infused, which works in the heart, renews the soul, and affects the entire man. It is not a change of my name, but a renewal of my nature, so that I am not the person I used to be, but a "new creature" (2 Cor. 5:17) in Christ Jesus. To wash and dress a corpse is a far different thing from making it alive. Man can do the one, but God alone can do the other. If you have, then, been born again, your acknowledgement will be "O, Lord Jesus, the everlasting Father, you are my spiritual Parent. Unless Your Spirit had breathed into me the breath of a new, holy, spiritual life, I would have been to this day 'dead in trespasses and sins' (Eph. 2:1). My heavenly life is wholly derived from You, and from You alone. My 'life is hid with Christ in God' (Col. 3:3). 'It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me' (Gal. 2:20). May the Lord enable us to be well assured on this vital point, for to be unregenerate is to be unsaved, unpardoned, without God, and without hope.' I copied this verbatim from "Morning by morning" - a daily devotional book compiled from Charles Spurgeon's sermons. The above describes, as we have done, how mysterious is the born-again experience - but no-one can know the true nature of it unless it happens to them.
  14. must be pure

    Hi Ella Can you do this please dear sister? Say to the Lord - "Lord, I am placing my trust in you without reservation and I thank you for healing me, in Jesus' name, Amen.". God understands our simple prayer, and He will answer those prayers. Sometimes it takes time but if you put your trust in Him, He will do it. Love in Jesus' name, sister. Another thought - it doesn't matter how many times you want to cry out - we are here to point the way to Jesus every time for you.
  15. Looking for direction

    Welcome to Worthy caleb2525. I only look to Jesus as He is the answer. As we look into the Bible, God shows us how to live. He shows us what it means to be our best friend. He helps us understand what to stay away from, how to get our sin and guilt dealt with and gives us hope in this life and eternal life in the life to come. Ask questions, seek His answers. He never turns anyone away. And He performed the greatest sacrifice known to man in order to give us that eternal life. There is so much more to tell you, but others can help as well!