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Many people in the religious world think: "The Lord Jesus saying on the cross 'It is finished' proves that God's Work of saving mankind was finished. Simply by believing in the Lord, we are forgiven of sin, justified by faith, and saved by grace. When the Lord comes, He will bring us up into the kingdom of heaven. He can't possibly do any more work of salvation." Is this view in line with the facts of God's work?
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A cyclist observes the view from the summit of the Gospel Pass road overlooking the Wye Valley from the Black Mountains in South Wales.
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Buckna Gospel Hall in County Antrim next to Slemish mountain. This is the Irish bible belt. Ballymena, the main local town, is often known as the buckle in the bible belt and the hamlet of Buckna must be the hole in the buckle.
The Gospel Halls represent a theologically conservative strand of the Open Brethren who are evangelical and dispensationalist.
Aside from its natural beauty, Slemish's value as a heritage site is entirely bound up with its association with Saint Patrick. In local tradition, the mountain was the site of the saint's slavery, where he spent 6 years herding livestock for Mulchi, the local chieftain.
Slemish rises to a height of 437 metres asl, with considerable prominence over the surrounding terrain.
Gospel Movie Clip "The Gospel Messenger" (3) - How Pastors and Elders Treat the Return of the Lord
The Lord has returned in the last days, uttering many truths and doing the work of judgment. It should stand to reason that since pastors and elders serve the Lord, are so well-versed in the Bible, and frequently interpret it for others, they should be able to recognize the coming of the Lord and be able to lead believers to welcome Him. But how do these pastors and elders actually treat the return of the Lord?
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Yesterday found us once again out on the bikes. Hubby has been wanting to do the Gospel Pass ( highest tarmaced road in Wales, only just higher than Bwlch y Groes in North Wales) for a long time. So we set out later than planned (thanks to a busy week having caught up with me) to Llanvihengel Crucorney from whence we started the ride.
He had looked at the route beforehand and had told me that it was flat for miles and then there was the gospel pass to climb and then down hill. Somehow, probably because we were busy chatting in the lanes we missed a turning but we were blissfully unaware of this until the road just slowly but surely started to incline. It just got steeper and steeper and then would undulate a little before once again ramping up again. We did realise that we must have been on the wrong path, but the lanes were so quiet that we opted to continue on this route rather than go back and try to find the correct route.
By the time we found the signpost for Capel-y-Ffin we had done a significant amount of climbing and had just dropped down a lovely hill too in, as otherwise you'll think we were trying to ascend Everest here in Wales!
The Gospel Pass itself then didn't feel too bad from a climbing point of view as there had been steeper climbs earlier.
The remoteness and sheer beauty of the climb was truly stunning. As you can see it was overcast and did throw some rain drops, but not enough to hinder us.
The Gospel Pass is named thus as early Christians used this route to get to different communities in centuries gone by.
The open scenes of an American Werewolf in London were also filmed up here.
A truly fabulous day out, we've said that we'll go back again to do this ride again, but might just make sure we start with the flatter route next time!
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Oh #gunterthefog, you always know how to add drama to a photograph.
She was part of a gospel choir who performed at one of our little church's Friday Evening Concerts a few years ago. This one was outside, in a little courtyard by the sidewalk, as were most of our summer concerts. They attracted quite a crowd inside and outside the fence.
Un Gospel che può essere gioioso come potete vedere nella foto allegata.
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Silver City, New Mexico historic district. Part of my early morning DoG walk series. Shot with a Samsung S21.
This is just one of those places that you discover something new every time you go, and the place just keeps calling you back... and then rewards you for coming. I had never even noticed this organ before. I had to climb over piles of chairs to get to it.
This traditional Rose Window at the rear of the chapel at the Mount Royal Hospital is quite beautiful. You can actually see the two rose crosses at the top and the bottom. It might also be called a "Gospels Window".
In the centre is Christ the King, flanked on each side with the Greek letters "alpha" and "omega". This comes from the verse in the Book of Revelation 22:13, the great chapter where Christ is finally revealed in his full glory at the End of Time, "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last." This reflects orthodox Christian theology which sees Christ (in John's Gospel also known as The Logos or Word) as eternally pre-existing time.
The four canonical Gospels which tell his story are Matthew, Mark (the earliest version), Luke and John. These four canonical Gospels (accepted by AD381 at the Council of Constantinople) are not the only ones; "The Gospel of Thomas" is probably the most famous reject owing to its considered "Gnostic" elements. But the primary reason for only allowing four Gospels in the official text of the New Testament had to do with completeness. For example the "four winds of the earth", "north, south, east and west", the four sides of a square. This was a concept long considered a mark of perfection in Greek mythology.
long story... long challenges... the daily score of this work
...chair created from Gospel Voom!
This is a minor road through the Black Mountains in south east Wales. At left is Twmpa a.k.a. Lord Hereford's Knob.
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The Evangelical Church, Bakewell. A nice plain and simple building , very Derbyshire, very white peak with its limestone walls and gritstone corners. Standing at the top of North Church Street, at the corner with Bagshaw Hill, lronic that the street name refers to All Saints Parish Church , the Cof E church 200 yards away. This church is furthest up the hill, is that a status thing,😞 only the Catholic church is at the bottom of the hill, almost directly below this .
All Saints parish church is obviously the largest, and oldest, although I supose it could be argued it started out as Catholic. The Methodist Church is across town off Matlock Street on Chapel Row, with the Quakers, Friends Meeting House just behind.
Makes me think, HE has so many houses, of so many shades, nice that he's started sharing a few of them .
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American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation is one of the best books I've read this year...should be read by every American!!!!!
This abandoned church is located in St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery near Maxville, OH.
This is gospel for the vagabonds
Ne'er-do-wells and insufferable bastards
Confessing their apostasies
Led away by imperfect impostors
Don't try to sleep through the end of the world
And bury me alive
'Cause I won't give up without a fight
London Overground 378207 calls at Gospel Oak on a Stratford to Richmond service.
This book is 1,000 years old and describes the life of Jesus. It came to York shortly after it was made and has survived wars, fires and the ravages of time. It is still used in the Minster today - a powerfull symbol of continuity.
The York Gospels was probably made by Anglo-Saxon monks at Canterbury around 1020 and brought to York by Archbishop Wulfstan.
It is the only book from before the Norman Conquest to survive at the Minster. For centuries new canons have sworn their oath of allegiance on this book. They still do so today.
One of the most valuable books held by York Minster the book contains the four Gospels, rather than the whole Bible, it features beautiful illustrations and, in addition to the Gospels, it contains some interesting documents.
As well as the four Gospels the book also contains the oaths taken by the Dean and Canons when they're installed, and documents about land ownership. One interesting thing is a letter from King Canute who, when he wasn't busy literally holding back the tide, was busy holding back the Danes. That's dated to around 1019.
Those were copied into the book because that gave them a status of authority. The main function today is the book is used as the oath book, and that's almost certainly why it survived the reformation.
Rather than being kept locked away in a glass case, the York Gospels are very much in use, although due care has to be taken when handling the book.
When turning pages white cotton gloves are worn. In the inauguration service it is carried on a cushion.