History Heartwarming / TheBible

25th May '16 12:17:58 PM HeroGal2347
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** "You call me Master and Teacher, and thus I am rightfully so. Since I, the teacher and master, have washed your feet, you must wash each other's feet as well. I have given you a model to follow, and do I as I have done."

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** "You -->"You call me Master and Teacher, and thus I am rightfully so. Since I, the teacher and master, have washed your feet, you must wash each other's feet as well. I have given you a model to follow, and do I as I have done."
25th May '16 8:22:06 AM BladeWolf
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* Jesus washing the feet of his disciples, and the instructions he gives to them.
** "You call me Master and Teacher, and thus I am rightfully so. Since I, the teacher and master, have washed your feet, you must wash each other's feet as well. I have given you a model to follow, and do I as I have done."
8th Apr '16 10:24:56 PM Ninja857142
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** According to Matthew and Mark's accounts, both criminals insulted Jesus, while Luke says the "good" criminal defended him. While this seems contradictory at first, if you take all three accounts as [[IncrediblyLamePun gospel]], then this "good" criminal initially criticized Jesus. However, he eventually [[HeelRealization realized he was in the wrong]] ''while hanging on the cross'', and subsequently defended Jesus. ''And Jesus still forgave him!'' Talk about a [[RedemptionEqualsDeath last-minute redemption]].

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** According to Matthew and Mark's accounts, both criminals insulted Jesus, while Luke says the "good" criminal defended him. While this seems contradictory at first, if you take all three accounts as [[IncrediblyLamePun gospel]], then this "good" criminal initially criticized Jesus. However, he eventually [[HeelRealization realized he was in the wrong]] ''while hanging on the cross'', and subsequently defended Jesus. ''And Jesus still forgave him!'' Talk about a [[RedemptionEqualsDeath last-minute redemption]].Last-minute redemption]], indeed.
17th Mar '16 6:16:01 PM SeekerOfLight777
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* Simeon being able to meet Jesus as a baby before he dies. As Simeon himself states, ''Then he took him up in his arms , and blessed God, and said, Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace, according thy word: For mine eyes have seen thy salvation, While thou hast prepared before the face of all people; A light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel.'' (John 2: 28-32). Not only does the guy get to die happy, but he also foretells the hope that Jesus will bring to God's people.

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* Simeon being able to meet Jesus as a baby before he dies. As Simeon himself states, The Bible says that, ''Then he took him up in his arms , and blessed God, and said, Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace, according thy word: For mine eyes have seen thy salvation, While thou hast prepared before the face of all people; A light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel.'' (John 2: 28-32). Not only does the guy get to die happy, but he also foretells the hope that Jesus will bring to God's people.
19th Feb '16 11:11:30 PM Ninja857142
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* The fate of the "good criminal". He was was crucified next to Jesus, and rebuked a fellow criminal who yelled at Jesus to take all three off their crosses. Jesus then promised the "good criminal" a life in heaven.

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* The fate of the "good criminal". criminal".
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He was was crucified next to Jesus, and rebuked a fellow criminal who yelled at Jesus to take all three off their crosses. Jesus then promised the "good criminal" a life in heaven.heaven.
** According to Matthew and Mark's accounts, both criminals insulted Jesus, while Luke says the "good" criminal defended him. While this seems contradictory at first, if you take all three accounts as [[IncrediblyLamePun gospel]], then this "good" criminal initially criticized Jesus. However, he eventually [[HeelRealization realized he was in the wrong]] ''while hanging on the cross'', and subsequently defended Jesus. ''And Jesus still forgave him!'' Talk about a [[RedemptionEqualsDeath last-minute redemption]].
19th Feb '16 10:53:03 PM Ninja857142
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* The almost-sacrifice of Isaac. God had promised Abraham a son. Then, out of the blue, God demands that he [[OffingTheOffspring sacrifice that son]]. But just when Abraham is about to do it, God stops him, saying it was a SecretTestOfCharacter, and provides a ram to sacrifice instead.

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* The almost-sacrifice of Isaac. God had promised Abraham a son. Then, out of the blue, God demands that he [[OffingTheOffspring sacrifice that son]]. But just when Abraham is about to do it, God stops him, saying it was a SecretTestOfCharacter, and provides a ram to sacrifice instead. He subsequently declares that Abraham will have numerous descendants, and through his offspring all nations would be blessed.
19th Feb '16 10:45:47 PM Ninja857142
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** Job has made a covenant to [[IgnoreTheFanservice not look at a young woman with lust]]. That's gotta be [[SeductionProofMarriage insane devotion]] when you consider the circumstances.

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** Job has made a covenant to [[IgnoreTheFanservice not even look at a young woman with lust]]. That's gotta be [[SeductionProofMarriage insane devotion]] when you consider the circumstances.
19th Feb '16 10:44:27 PM Ninja857142
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** Job has made a covenant to [[IgnoreTheFanservice not look at a young woman with lust]]. That's gotta be [[SeductionProofMarriage insane devotion]] when you consider his infamous nagging wife.

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** Job has made a covenant to [[IgnoreTheFanservice not look at a young woman with lust]]. That's gotta be [[SeductionProofMarriage insane devotion]] when you consider his infamous nagging wife.the circumstances.
19th Feb '16 10:39:03 PM Ninja857142
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* The end of the Book of Job. The title character has suffered a [[TraumaCongaLine truckload of disasters]]. His [[WithFriendsLikeThese "friends"]] tell him it's punishment for some sin he committed. Much argument ensues. At the end, God rebukes Job's friends for [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown the way they spoke to him]]. Job, however, brings an offering on their behalf and God forgives them.

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* The Book of Job:
** At the beginning, God praises Job's righteousness. When Satan dismisses this as merely gratitude for wealth, health, and happiness, God trusts that Job can endure Satan's trials. And Job proves Satan wrong!
** Job has made a covenant to [[IgnoreTheFanservice not look at a young woman with lust]]. That's gotta be [[SeductionProofMarriage insane devotion]] when you consider his infamous nagging wife.
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The end of the Book of Job.book. The title character has suffered a [[TraumaCongaLine truckload of disasters]]. His [[WithFriendsLikeThese "friends"]] tell him it's punishment for some sin he committed. Much argument ensues. At the end, God rebukes Job's friends for [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown the way they spoke to him]]. Job, however, brings an offering on their behalf and God forgives them.
19th Feb '16 9:32:01 PM Ninja857142
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** Additionally, Job gets twice as much stuff as before. He accumulates twice as many sheep, camels, oxen, donkeys... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers but the same amount of children]]. Seems odd, until you consider: this implies that Job does in fact have twice as many children. His first set of children are still living... [[{{Heaven}} with God.]] Kind of corny, but still something sweet to chew on.

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** Additionally, Job gets twice as much stuff as before. He accumulates twice as many sheep, camels, oxen, donkeys... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers but the same amount of children]]. Seems odd, [[FridgeBrilliance until you consider: this implies that Job does in fact have twice as many children. children.]] His first set of children are still living... [[{{Heaven}} with God.]] Kind of corny, but still something sweet to chew on.
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