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“The whole world knows that His glory has not been spread by force and weapons, but by poor fishermen. Lord! teach me the way my soul should walk.” - Girolamo Savonarola #gospel #peace
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“The whole world knows that His glory has not been spread by force and weapons, but by poor fishermen. Lord! teach me the way my soul should walk.” - Girolamo Savonarola #gospel #peace

“The whole world knows that His glory has not been spread by force and weapons, but by poor fishermen. Lord! teach me the way my soul should walk.” - Girolamo Savonarola #gospel #peace

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The New Yorker first published on Feb 21, 1925. It ‘included a parody of a future 1928 newsroom, a sarcastic advertisement about magazine contests, a piece called “The Story of Manhattankind” by an author identified as “Sawdust,” and the column Of All Things, in which [editor Harold] Ross wrote: “The New Yorker asks consideration for its first number. It recognizes certain shortcomings and realizes that it is impossible for a magazine fully to establish its character in one number.”’
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The New Yorker first published on Feb 21, 1925. It ‘included a parody of a future 1928 newsroom, a sarcastic advertisement about magazine contests, a piece called “The Story of Manhattankind” by an author identified as “Sawdust,” and the column Of All Things, in which [editor Harold] Ross wrote: “The New Yorker asks consideration for its first number. It recognizes certain shortcomings and realizes that it is impossible for a magazine fully to establish its character in one number.”’

The New Yorker first published on Feb 21, 1925. It ‘included a parody of a future 1928 newsroom, a sarcastic advertisement about magazine contests, a piece called “The Story of Manhattankind” by an author identified as “Sawdust,” and the column Of All Things, in which [editor Harold] Ross wrote: “The New Yorker asks consideration for its first number. It recognizes certain shortcomings and realizes that it is impossible for a magazine fully to establish its character in one number.”’
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The evidence for its truth and validity lies within the covers of the book itself. The test of its truth lies in reading it. It is a book of God. Those who read it prayerfully come to know by a power beyond their natural senses that it is true, that it contains the word of God, that it outlines saving truths of the everlasting gospel, that it came forth by the gift and power of God “to the convincing of the Jew and Gentile that Jesus is the Christ.” –Gordon B. Hinckley
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A beautiful illustration by one of my favorite artists - Joseph Brickey.

of all the victories in human history, none is so great, none so universal in its effect, none so everlasting in its consequences as the victory of the crucified Lord who came forth in the Resurrection that first Easter morning.

The evidence for its truth and validity lies within the covers of the book itself. The test of its truth lies in reading it. It is a book of God. Those who read it prayerfully come to know by a power beyond their natural senses that it is true, that it contains the word of God, that it outlines saving truths of the everlasting gospel, that it came forth by the gift and power of God “to the convincing of the Jew and Gentile that Jesus is the Christ.” –Gordon B. Hinckley

The evidence for its truth and validity lies within the covers of the book itself. The test of its truth lies in reading it. It is a book of God. Those who read it prayerfully come to know by a power beyond their natural senses that it is true, that it contains the word of God, that it outlines saving truths of the everlasting gospel, that it came forth by the gift and power of God “to the convincing of the Jew and Gentile that Jesus is the Christ.” –Gordon B. Hinckley
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“No one can travel so far that he does not make some progress each day. So let us never give up. Then we shall move forward daily in the Lord's way.” - John Calvin
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Founded in The mission of SermonIndex is the preservation and propagation of classical Biblical preaching and the promotion of Christ-centered revival to this generation.

“No one can travel so far that he does not make some progress each day. So let us never give up. Then we shall move forward daily in the Lord's way.” - John Calvin

“No one can travel so far that he does not make some progress each day. So let us never give up. Then we shall move forward daily in the Lord's way.” - John Calvin
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"When the meeting's over and there's no one there to listen except the only One who matters, do you still have that same passionate joy in your spirit, just to be alone with the Living God?" - Keith Green #meeting #passion #joy
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"When the meeting's over and there's no one there to listen except the only One who matters, do you still have that same passionate joy in your spirit, just to be alone with the Living God?" - Keith Green #meeting #passion #joy

"When the meeting's over and there's no one there to listen except the only One who matters, do you still have that same passionate joy in your spirit, just to be alone with the Living God?" - Keith Green #meeting #passion #joy
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Fashion of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, 1888
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The still revolutionary insight of Buddhism is that life and death are in the mind, and nowhere else. Mind is revealed as the universal basis of experience—the creator of happiness and the creator of suffering, the creator of what we call life and what we call death. Source Rigpa.org
The still revolutionary insight of Buddhism is that life and death are in the mind, and nowhere else. Mind is revealed as the universal basis of experience—the creator of happiness and the creator of suffering, the creator of what we call life and what we call death. Source Rigpa.org

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