If you get a Bible concordance and look

Brad Stanton —  May 21, 2012 — 1 Comment

If you get a Bible concordance and look up any word, it will show you many places in the Bible where that word is used. Try looking up the word “prayer” in a concordance and read each passage. Look up the word “faith,” “belief,” and other words that are involved with powerful prayers. It is amazing to see how these ideas are explained in the New Testament Gospels and throughout the entire Bible. When you see all the verses on “belief,” it gives you a new perspective of the concept of belief. I did this with many of the words associated with prayer. I was amazed at the new perspective it gave me and the power of the thread of ideas that were woven through the first four gospels .

Affirmations http://wp.me/p2rHBL
Motivational quotes http://wp.me/p2rHBL-kH
Why aren’t you dead yet? http://wp.me/p2rHBL-k1
Are you responsible 4your success? http://wp.me/p2rHBL-jC
Failure brings success http://wp.me/p2rHBL-iP
Confidence gives you power http://wp.me/p2rHBL-iM
Get the power… http://wp.me/s2rHBL-1155
Rodney Dangerfield jokes http://wp.me/p2rHBL-io

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One response to If you get a Bible concordance and look

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    You could certainly see your enthusiasm within the paintings you write. The world hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to say how they believe. At all times go after your heart. “Every man serves a useful purpose A miser, for example, makes a wonderful ancestor.” by Laurence J. Peter.

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