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Tag Archives: Lucifer’s rebellion
The cross is like a many-sided jewel that must be turned and beheld from all angles to appreciate its true beauty and extraordinary worth. In this post, I’d like to give a three-point perspective on the cross through a collection … Continue reading
In follow-up to the most recent “3D” post, “The Greatest Among You“, I felt it would be timely to share an updated version of this related post on, “The Cross.” I invite you to consider these two posts together as … Continue reading
A collaborative post by Erroll Mulder, Jim Puntney and David Bolton for “The WORD in 3D”. ~ ~ ~ “A dispute also arose among them, as to which of them was to be regarded as the greatest. And he said … Continue reading
When my oldest son, Timothy, was a toddler, one of his favorite toys was a colorful pull-along train engine. What made this train rather unique was that when it was pulled across the floor, it wobbled from side to side. … Continue reading
Here’s a question for you: “If you were God, how would you deal with the rebellion of Satan?” I know for me, it wouldn’t be much of a big deal at all: “I am God, I am holy, and he … Continue reading