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“Rejoice evermore.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16)



Most people think that John 11:35 (“Jesus wept”) is the shortest verse in the Bible, but our text is actually even shorter in the original Greek. In one sense, these two two-word verses complement each other—because Jesus wept, we can rejoice evermore. Christ died that we might live. He became p... More...Si1q7RSU48U

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On 7/2/2017 at 3:00 AM, RSS Robot said:


“Rejoice evermore.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16)   Most people think that John 11:35 (“Jesus wept”) is the shortest verse in the Bible, but our text is actually even shorter in the original Greek. In one sense, these two two-word verses complement each other—because Jesus wept, we can rejoice evermore. Christ died that we might live.  View the full article

In this stone dark world we live in,  black with sin and unrighteousness and wickedness the evil people plan at night for the next day,   often "chained" ,  hindered,  restrained (isolated, quaranteened) by spiritual forces in high places increasing their efforts to cause everyone on earth to accept the lie as truth and to get everyone on earth to continue to sin unerpentedly,

 

a remnant is saved.    Yes,  Jesus Wept.    Yet He Rejoices over us with dancing,  to present us to the Father as a Perfect Bride,  trusting and obeying even His smallest tiniest desire of us by sheer grace to be willingly His in all things all day every day in His Design.

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