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Posted 02 March 2013 - 09:11 PM
Posted 02 March 2013 - 09:34 PM
We need to be reminded that contention is a striving against one another, especially in controversy or argument. It is to struggle, fight, battle, quarrel, or dispute. Contention never was and never will be an ally of progress. Our loyalty will never be measured by our participation in controversy. Some misunderstand the realm, scope, and dangers of contention. Too many of us are inclined to declare, “Who, me? I am not contentious, and I’ll fight anyone who says I am.” There are still those among us who would rather lose a friend than an argument. How important it is to know how to disagree without being disagreeable. It behooves all of us to be in the position to involve ourselves in factual discussions and meaningful study, but never in bitter arguments and contention. -Marvin J Ashton
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Posted 05 October 2013 - 02:01 PM
Faith in people.
At least we have one wonderful person, Eowyn (shieldmaiden of Rohan), who saves us from the "crude and [the] insulting".
Just keep praying, and alleviate us from the insensitivity of this thread --> JESSICA RICHENS -INSENSITIVE - YouTube
Anyone is welcome to lent the any of the scriptures where the guy should understand and value and appreciate (which is the bare minimum I feel to ask of people) the goodness of the noblewoman, and love unconditionally.
In Jewish tradition, the Book of Ruth -- Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks A special message from the Chief Rabbi of England - YouTube -- epitomizes that ideal of pure love, and where is that in our religion?
Few have gone this far for one guy.
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Posted 05 October 2013 - 02:29 PM
As if anyone could knowingly commit sin without being changed both in spirit, body, and mind. Let me say this again, sin changes who we are! -james12
We cannot become like God without becoming like God. -The Folk Prophet
Impenetrability! That's what I say!
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