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Billy Graham “Absent From The Body, Present With The Lord”


Billy Graham, “Absent From The Body, Present With The Lord” (2 Corinthians 5:8)

 

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061914, Considering The Presence Of God

061914, Considering The Presence Of God

The new week is continuing to show itself. The enemy awaits the right time to strike God’s people. Consider where God will be present during such times of conflict.

1 Peter 5:8

King James Version (KJV)
Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

Psalm 22:3

King James Version (KJV)
But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel.
John 15:21, “…Yes Lord, You know that I love You…”
Adoration by Mike Adkins

Praise, we praise, praise, praise, Praise to the one who sent us his son
Praise, praise, praise, praise, In one accord we praise you oh Lord
There is no other name above you, Blessed Be Your Name
God of Jacob
Sheppard of Israel
Holy unto your name, Holy unto your name
Praise praise, praise, we praise, Praise to the one who sent us his son
Praise praise, praise, praise, In one accord we praise you oh Lord

Glory and Honour and Power, Unto the Lord our God, God of Abraham Faithful and true
Holy Holy are you, Holy Holy are you

Holy Holy is your name

Holy Holy is your name

 
 

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There are two primary Greek words that describe Scripture which are translated “word” in the New Testament. The first, logos, refers principally to the total inspired Word of God and to Jesus, who is the living Word. Logos is found in John 1:1Luke 8:11Philippians 2:16Hebrews 4:12; and other verses. The second Greek word translated “word” is rhema, which refers to the spoken word. Rhema literally means an utterance(individually, collectively or specifically). Examples are found in Luke 1:383:25:5; and Acts 11:16.

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