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In this book I will take you into the meat of God's word. It is written on the level of the mature Christian; this book will ruffle some feathers but, the truth always does. I'm going to tell you why some were chosen by God and some weren't. I'm going to tell you what Satan did and the angels that followed him.
Why were we born? to answer an age old question; we need to go to an age old book. That question is answered in more ways and places than one in the King James Version of the bible.
This book will highlight to you what is written in the bible and what a pastor haven't mentioned to you yet; hopefully he will before it's too late.
Imagine yourself in a fight or battle and you don't know what the fight is about. The LORD and Satan is at war; the children of God are standing on one side of the battle or the other.
Maybe in knowing what the battle is about it will help you to choose whose side to stand on in this battle.
If you knew the truth about why we were born then you will know which side to stand on in this battle.
"The story of the Good Samaritan has had a power beyond the story of the senseless blighting of the fig tree; the ages have loved to think of Jesus talking with the woman at the well more than they have loved to think of him as manufacturing wine at Canna.Jesus, if he was "the only begotten of God," as MrFor a man to think he was born for the sake of name and fame is a tragedyBaradaens, Bishop of Odessa, says: "No one knows exactly the day of the nativity of our Lord: this only is certain from what Luke writes, that he was born in the night." Poor DrIn many of the religions of the world, the number twelve is sacredTo understand the first line of this quotation, we have first of all to understand properly the word "sankhara"But is it conceivable that the early Christians would have ignored so valuable a testimony had they known of its existence, and would they not have known of it had it really existed? The Christian Fathers, who not only collected assiduously all that they could use to establish the reality of Jesus -- but who did not hesitate even to forge passages, to invent documents, and also to destroy the testimony of witnesses unfavorable to their cause -- would have certainly used the Tacitus passage had it been in existence in their day[If the reader will take the pains to read Dean Milman's History of Christianity, and his History of Latin Christianity; also Gibbon's Downfall of the Roman Empire, and Mosheim's History of Christianity, he will see that we have exaggerated nothingA man should question himself and verify two things: "I am glad I was born." and "I was born for some purpose." Now if a man concludes that he is glad of having been born to carry out the highest task possible for a man, then his position is rather paradoxical 5d8a9798ff [img]https://sor.nebraska.gov/Image/23117[/img]