Just noticed that the sword of the spirit, meant to be the Word of God, has the typo of the world of God. However even in the mistake if so intended or not, there is a message that God’s world is no longer the world around us. That is the world system of lust of the eyes, lust of the flesh, and pride of life is not of the Father but is of the world. That world will pass away with the lusts thereof, so that the world of God is heaven, life on the new earth, and a life style that is based on the Bible, the real Word of God remains for those that desire to live forever. Our Heavenly Father has given us since the first century a book about His own world and word based on His words and His character. Those who wish to adjust to eternity of the life on the new earth must adjust to this God of the Bible. The most respectable sin is pride of life: notice in I John, it is a lust just like the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes (wanting what we see and what the ads and culture lead us to want); however with modern psychology and culture, pride of life has become an achievement. Quite often pride of life is our self-image or image of self, and also quite often the life style is nothing at all to brag about, but it naturally for the unregenerate life apart from a fulness in Christ. Put on daily both the world of God and the Word of God, and use memorized Scripture to both combat Satan and his supporters, and for a witness to Christ and for His kingdom.
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Newer profile for Scottish Corner Research and Photos to a fighting Highlander; however it would seem that they more accurately made contributions as farmers and Presbyterians, also contributing to the Scot and Scot-Irish pioneer spirit that made such a contribution to America. Often settlers would strive to use them as "arrow catchers" outside their own settlements. However, in search of land for a living, they were up to the task. The big rural Ulster scene reminds us of perhaps the main thrust for pioneering with a farm scene, courtesy of Scot in Ulster. Of course even in Ulster they felt pressures against freedom of worship from the Anglicans and Irish Catholics. http://www.biblecombibleman.com/ScottishCorner.html View all posts by sungrist3in1