To Taste is to Know

Written by Terry Dashner

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But donít take my word for it, like Iím some expert in metaphysics. You may taste and experience new life for yourself. You donít have to study interminably aboutrepparttar soul. You donít have to take someoneís advice on how to experiencerepparttar 144761 supernatural. You may come torepparttar 144762 Water of Life and drink freely for yourself. Jesus isrepparttar 144763 Water of Life. Jesus isrepparttar 144764 Bread of life. Come and dine. Jesus is more than supernatural. He is from everlasting to everlasting. He isrepparttar 144765 Alpha and Omega. He isrepparttar 144766 First andrepparttar 144767 Last. He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. He is Redeemer, and He will save your soul.

To taste is to know.

Keeprepparttar 144768 faith. Stayrepparttar 144769 course. Jesus is Alive and coming again, soon.

Pastor T.

Pastors a small church in Broken Arrow, OK. US Navy veteran and retired from the City of Tulsa, police. Father of three grown children.

The Chances are...

Written by Terry Dashner

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As a life-long student of science, history, philosophy, and theology, Iíve come to refuterepparttar notion that scientists cannot be devoted theists. Every discipline has its absolutes, even science. For example, science is governed by certain physical laws. It is an absolute fact that oil and water cannot mix. World history records historical fact, as opposed to legends, fables, mythology, andrepparttar 144182 revisionists. Philosophy is logical because truth is logical and universal (itís nonsense to contradict truth whether one is an American or a citizen of any other country inrepparttar 144183 world). And theology has its absolutes. As a theist, I believe this absolute truth: God exists.

As a life-long student of life in general, I find it curious that many famous scientists of history were devout Christians. Their faith didnít interfere with their vocations. Their vocations were enhanced by their faith. Here are just a few Christian scientists of history: Carl Friedrich Gauss, Blaise Pascal, Georg Cantor, and Sir Isaac Newton. Carl Friedrich Gauss said this, ďThere are problems to whose solution I would attach an infinitely greater importance than to those of mathematics, for example touching ethics, or our relation to God, or concerning our destiny and our future; but their solution lies wholly beyond usÖĒ God is above all andrepparttar 144184 Creator of all things. Keeprepparttar 144185 faith. Stayrepparttar 144186 course. Jesus, who is Godís only begotten Son, is coming soon. Pastor T.

Pastors a small church in Broken Arrow, OK. US Navy veteran, retired police officer, and father of three grown children. A U.S. patriot.

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