As I am reading the Bible more and working on my daily walk with God, I look at what is the hardest for me to overcome.
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Thank you snapbackbetty - absolutely right
Wow - Chesterton's response is powerful. Thanks ExpectGreatThings!
I came here to speak write what you wrote. Since you already answered for me, I voted this answer up. The hardest thing I have ever done is to conform to the will of God and only because myself keeps getting in the way.
Thank you SirDent
I'm right there with you duffsmom. I carry a Bible and read it often. Pray alot and write alot about what I've read. But, I can't get with the people who constantly tell me, "The Bible Says..." but they do the opposite.
Thank you dianetrotter. Consistency is key and I think that is where Christians in general struggle - being consistent in prayer, consistent with how we treat each other and ourselves, etc.
Great point tamarawilhite. I think this is a tough one at times. But, are we wrong for getting angry? I need to turn to my Bible for this one. Thanks for stopping by. Keep hubbing!
Everyday, may I ask why you feel you should follow the Torah as a Christian?
diane, it is God's law that we should do so. Our Messiah was a practicing Jew and we are to follow in His footsteps in spirit and in faith. He is the only way to Salvation, but knowing the Laws and keeping them brings us closer to Yah.
Thanks for your comments Everyday Miracles.
Thanks lburmaster for your comment. Right now I am on the fence about staying at my church. Our minister retired after putting us in a whole lot of debt. Now what? And we have too many people concerned about their title at church and not serving.
Your last sentence is what always happens! I've only been to one church where that didn't matter. And I miss that church every day. A minister putting his church in debt? I've never heard of that happening.
What church was that -that's where I need to be - yeah i hadn't either - but then one of our choir members said he left his last church because their minister did the same thing-put them in debt spending money on unnecessary things, then he retired
Idlewild Baptist Church in Tampa, Florida. Putting a church in debt takes a LOT of spending.
Thank you VeronicaInspires - I battle with the same accountabiliy and obedience. You are not alone.