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Steffenfield

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About Steffenfield

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  1. She was my favorite user here but it appears as though she's gone now. Does anyone know what might have happened with her?
  2. Just having one foolish or idle thought is the same sin as all the other horrible crimes according to God. It's such an incredible, supernatural standard to uphold. I'm feeling low because of this and could at least use an internet hug from someone here.
  3. I did a little search online and it comes from the word adialeiptos, which doesn't mean nonstop — but actually means constantly recurring. What is the content on this type of thinking or thoughts? Constant praise and worship, perhaps constant remorse and regret, is having a Christian song stuck in your head count for anything? I'm not sure how I'll ever get to be like this. Thanks ahead for any responses.
  4. Yeah, I have it on audio for all of my electronic devices, even when they are offline. That's the real reason why I can rifle through the books so fast.
  5. One thing I do need work on is that whenever I read the Bible, I feel like I'm cramming for finals. I just can't seem to take it slow on this.
  6. I got through 14 chapters today, from the book of Matthew. I would like to fully read the New Testament again, at least twice before the year's end. All of the passages and parables though, about the enemy, the tare in the wheat, the unfruitful, the plank in the eye, the scattered seed or being the footstool, seemed to be more about myself than anyone else I could think of in my life. It's just not assuring to read something that I feel is against me. How can I change my thinking on this? Please and thank you.
  7. This doesn't seem correct. Luke chapter 13 verse 28. "There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, when ye shall see Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and all the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and you yourselves thrust out." Are these great men, that one day we shall also see, scattered in all places as well? In my opinion, I think each of us will enter into Heaven for judgment in front of others. If we are able to stay, well, I guess we will need a miracle for that.
  8. For starters, come judgment day, I'll probably be holding up the line. Anyway, it's an eternal decision, so I very much doubt this will come lightly. The Bible directly states that all things will be revealed. So an entire look through my life on each and every moment? That's 49 years of unseen video as of now, not including all side quests on how I have affected others. I most likely will need a puke bucket for that. I just don't think it's as simple as hoping to find your name in the book of life and then walking through the gates, that's all. Is it possible to have something like a hundred year or ever longer trial over our soul in the way we think of time? Thanks ahead for any responses. Sorry for posting another thread here so shortly, but I'm being moody again.
  9. From supernovas and black holes throughout the immense universe, to tiny insects and all that is unseen. He knows and created everything. From the last days with the signs that will be given, the thousand year reign of Christ, and the final battle of Armageddon, He seems to know what will happen before any of us will see. Can it be asked my eternal destination before judgment with Him? One day I'll be happy, and the other I'll be completely terrified. I'm so tired of the constant mood swings. I know that God will have his full wrath poured over on me from this life. I just would like to know if Christ will be my shield when it happens. Anyway, can my eternal destiny be asked before it's even decided in my timeline? He already knows, so is it okay to prematurely ask a known answer from Him on this? Thanks ahead for any response. :)
  10. Then perhaps you should not make public assumptions of others since you don't seem all too good at this.
  11. Sorry to ask, but who is this in reference to?
  12. Write them on the doorposts of their house. Maybe?
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