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Things Jesus Said (B Knowles)

Things Jesus Said (B Knowles)

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"Why do you call me, 'Lord, Lord,'
and do not do what I say?" (Luke 9:46)
"Why do you call me, 'Lord, Lord,'
and do not do what I say?" (Luke 9:46)

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Things
 
 Jesus Said
 
By Brian Knowles
 
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"
hy do you call me, 'Lord, Lord,'and do not do what I say?"
 
(Luke 9:46)
 
 
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Things Jesus Said -- Part 1
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“I
yearn for the day,” writes Dennis Prager, “when Christians willemphasize ethical monotheism as the most important part of theircommitment to Christianity,” (
Think a Second Time,
p.211). He’s got apoint. How we live is vastly more important than what we say, think orbelieve.Prager believes that the Christian notion that God saves people nomatter how they act toward each other undermines the principle of ethicalmonotheism. He writes, “Millions of Protestants hold that believers inJesus, no matter how many cruel acts they perform, attain salvation, whilenonbelievers in Jesus, no matter how much good they do and how muchthey may love God, are doomed to eternal damnation,” (ibid.).If one studies the history of the larger Church, it is clear that atmany junctures in history, Christians of all types have felt justified in

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