Stephen the deacon was full of the Holy Spirit, and he performed miraculous signs and wonders. Because of the attention he drew, he became a target of the same mindset that had already crucified his Savior, Jesus. His detractors set him up the same way they set Jesus up. But Stephen refuted their false testimony
*beginning of rant* I am a follower of Christ by His calling. I am a Baptist by theological choice. I firmly believe that the Bible is the living, active Word of God. I will do my best to defend as honestly as I know how what God’s Word has to say. I don’t have a
The more I read, the more firmly convinced I am that I will never be a writer. I have moments, spurts of inspiration; but I don’t feel that I have what it takes (as in imagination) to flesh out a novel. Maybe someday I will. For now, I will content myself with reading great works
I was going to buy a new phone tonight after work. I walked into the Verizon store, where it appeared three young men were on duty. They had customers, so I walked around the store, looking for the particular phone I wished to purchase. One of the customers left. I continued walking around the store,
do you ever feel that even though you are standing upright and looking like you got it all together, that your soul is actually splatted all over the floor–a total mess, blubbering incoherently? no? maybe it’s just me.