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Daily Scripture / Re: Daily Scripture
« Last post by beast on Today at 08:12:21 AM »



   
   Wednesday, May 22

God . . . comforts us in all our trials.​—2 Cor. 1:3, 4.

“For almost a year after the death of our son, we felt deep and excruciating pain,” said Susi. Another Christian said that when his wife died suddenly, he experienced “indescribable physical pain.” Sadly, countless others experience this kind of agony. Many in the Christian congregation may not have expected their loved ones to die this side of Armageddon. Whether you have personally lost a loved one in death or know someone who is bereaved, you may wonder, ‘How can grieving ones be helped to deal with their heartache?’ Perhaps you have heard it said that time is a great healer. However, does it really follow that time by itself will heal a broken heart? One widow observed, “I have found it more accurate to say that it is what one does with one’s time that helps one to heal.” Yes, like a physical wound, the pain of an emotional wound may gradually ease over time if it is given tender care.
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Questions about the Bible / Re: Ever lasting Life
« Last post by Orion79 on Yesterday at 12:14:36 PM »
Death is the only certainty.

The rest...................
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Questions about the Bible / Ever lasting Life
« Last post by beast on Yesterday at 07:01:00 AM »



   Do you believe in a ever lasting life?


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Daily Scripture / Re: Daily Scripture
« Last post by beast on Yesterday at 06:57:24 AM »



      Tuesday, May 21

Jehovah is waiting patiently.​--Isa. 30:18.

Jehovah does not expect us to do something that he is not willing to do himself. He has set the supreme example of being willing to wait. (2 Pet. 3:9) Jehovah has been waiting patiently for thousands of years so that the moral issues raised in the garden of Eden could eventually be settled beyond a doubt. He is "waiting patiently" and "keeping in expectation" of the time when his name will be fully sanctified. This will result in unimaginable blessings for those who are "eagerly waiting for him." (Isa. 30:18; ftn.) Jesus likewise has been willing to wait. Although he passed the test of integrity here on earth and presented the value of his ransom sacrifice in 33 C.E., he had to wait until 1914 before commencing his rule. (Acts 2:33-35; Heb. 10:12, 13) It will not be until the end of his Thousand Year Reign that all his enemies will be completely destroyed. (1 Cor. 15:25) But we can be sure that the wait will be worth it.
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Funnyest and Worst Jokes You Know / She ran out of gas!
« Last post by Ron on May 20, 2019, 04:04:15 PM »
A little girl asks her mum, 'Mum, can I take the dog for a walk around the block?

' Her mum replies 'No, because she is on heat.'

'What does that mean?' asked the child. 'Go and ask your father. I think he's in the garage.

' The little girl goes out to the garage and says, 'Dad, can I take Lulu for a walk around the block?

 I asked Mum, but she said the dog was on the heat, and to come ask you.

' He took a rag, soaked it in Gas, and scrubbed the dog's backside with it to disguise the scent, and said 'Ok, you can go now, but keep Lulu on the leash and only go one time around the block.

' The little girl left and returned a few minutes later with no dog on the leash..
Surprised, Dad asked, 'Where's Lulu?

The little girl said, 'She ran out of Gas about halfway round the block, so another dog is pushing her home!'
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Daily Scripture / Re: Daily Scripture
« Last post by beast on May 19, 2019, 07:49:56 AM »



   


   Sunday, May 19

This book of the Law should not depart from your mouth . . . Observe carefully all that is written in it; for then your way will be successful and then you will act wisely.​—Josh. 1:8.

Diligent and conscientious Bible study can help Christians to develop self-control. How so? The Scriptures contain accounts that vividly illustrate both the benefits and the consequences of our actions. Jehovah had these accounts recorded for a purpose. (Rom. 15:4) How wise it is to read them, meditate on them, and study them! Try to grasp how they apply to you and your family. Ask Jehovah to help you to apply his Word. If you discern that you are deficient in some aspect of self-control, admit it. Then pray about it, and strive to see how you can improve. (Jas. 1:5) No doubt, research in our Christian publications can help you to locate relevant material that will further help you.
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Daily Scripture / Re: Daily Scripture
« Last post by beast on May 18, 2019, 09:18:09 AM »



   


   Saturday, May 18

Be wise, my son, and make my heart rejoice.?—Prov. 27:11.

Christian youths have important decisions to make. The wise decisions they make about good associations, wholesome entertainment, moral cleanness, and baptism all call for courage. That is because such young ones are going against the will of Satan, the one who taunts God. One important decision young ones must make involves their goals. In some lands, young ones are pressured to set goals that center on higher education and a well-paying job. In other lands, economic conditions may make young ones feel that they must focus on helping to provide materially for their families. Jehovah will bless young ones who courageously work at setting spiritual goals and putting Kingdom interests first in their lives. He will help them provide for the needs of their families. In the first century, the young man Timothy focused on spiritual goals, and you can too.?—Phil. 2:19-22.
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General Chit Chat / Re: Goodmorning every body
« Last post by Ron on May 17, 2019, 08:05:22 PM »
Evening folks, start of our big holiday weekend, Victoria Day...Beer and brats
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Daily Scripture / Re: Daily Scripture
« Last post by beast on May 17, 2019, 08:22:41 AM »



   Friday, May 17

How I do love your law! I ponder over it all day long.​—Ps. 119:97.

The reality that languages change over time also applies to the languages into which the Bible has been translated. A Bible translation that was easily understood when first produced may later become less effective. Consider an example involving a Bible translation into English. The King James Version was first produced in 1611. It became one of the most popular English Bibles, and it would come to have a significant impact on the English language. Even so, much of the wording in the King James Version became archaic over the centuries. The same is true of early Bible translations in other languages. Are we not grateful, then, to have the modern-language New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures? This translation is available in whole or in part in over 150 languages, thus being available to a vast part of the population today. Its clear wording allows the message of God’s Word to reach our heart.
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General Chit Chat / Re: Goodmorning every body
« Last post by Orion79 on May 16, 2019, 11:09:02 AM »
Good evening everyone !
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