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How can the bible call men righteous and say no one is righteous? They can be “just” (by the act of faith) but not “perfect” [Hb 12:23] apart from Christ.
It seems to me that a man can only be good, right, honest, or true, if he is connected to the light that was always in the world, (John 1:10) howbeit his connection to that light might often seem to be brief.
I believe it may be generaly true that certain men are righteous, and that some men as a general rule seem to be so, but as concerns their whole life, (and I’ve heard that God looks at that) there has been no man but Jesus that fits that description in the truest sense of the word.
I was watching River Monsters (with Jeremy Wade) on TV, (the biologist fisherman) and on the episode called Snake Head, he called the snake head, “the word (monster, or river-monster) made flesh.”
If we’re talking righteousness, or being just, Jesus is it.
When it comes to chronological order, and a few other things I’ve noticed, the Bible seems to be a different kind of book. It’s different than other things I’ve been accustomed to reading.
Sometimes when people tell a story, they don’t always tell things in chronological order. Their order is conditioned by other things, though their story does generaly follow time.
what did Apostle Paul mean when in ICor11… concerning the woman and the covering of the hair. Is it in the Torah? Where did this custom come from? If I don’t cover my am I opening up myself to demonic activity. Why is it so important for women to cover our heads?
What does your husband think about you wearing a head covering and the reason it is important?
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