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Să (nu) râzi de Dumnezeu!

Nimeni nu râde de Dumnezeu în spital Nimeni nu râde de Dumnezeu în război Nimeni nu râde de Dumnezeu Când e înfometat, înfrigurat sau foarte sărac Continuă »

Când moare un blogger

Ce se întâmplă când moare un blogger? Ce se alege de blogul său? Ce lasă el în urmă? Continuă »

Acoperă-mi inima cu mâna Ta

A.Dama rosteşte o rugăciune sensibilă pe care şi eu mi-o pot însuşi. Şi de fapt în două cereri stă cheia biruinţei şi a transformării după chipul lui Hristos. - acoperă-mi inima cu mâna Ta [(ca) să nu-i mai fie frig niciodată] - ocrotește pașii gândurilor mele [ca să nu se nestăvilească și să uite de Tine] Continuă »

Scrisul care face bine

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Gâlceava evanghelică

Dimitrie Cantemir scria Gâlceava înţeleptului cu lumea. Răzvan Codrescu a scris Gâlceava dracului cu lumea. Dar bloggerul evanghelic cu cine face gâlceavă? Continuă »

 

Chris August – the third artist to win “New Artist of the Year Dove Award and “Male Vocalist of the Year” Dove Award in the same year



Chris August is the third artist who received “New Artist of the Year” Dove Award and “Male Vocalist of the Year” Dove Award in the history of the Dove Awards.
The previous winner is Jeremy Camp, in 2004.
Michael English is the very first to win in both mentioned categories, in 1992.



 

Francesca Battistelli – the first female vocalist to win Dove Award for “Artist of the Year” in 19 years

Francesca Battistelli is the first female vocalist, in 19 Years, to win the Dove Award for “Artist of the Year”.
The previous female winner was Amy Grant, in 1992.
The first woman to win the Artist of the Year award was Sandi Patty, in 1987 and 1988.

 

TweetWords – April 22, 2011

Rick Warren
– What’s GOOD about GoodFriday? “God CANCELED the record of all our sins and guilt by nailing it to Christ’s cross.” Col.2:14
– Nothing is small when God is a part of it.

John Piper
Since the curtain is torn from top to bottom, don’t dawdle in the courtyard of the temple, run for the altar.

C. S. Lewis
– He who has God and everything else has no more than he who has God only.
– The hardness of God is kinder than the softness of men, and His compulsion is our liberation.

Oswald Chambers
We must build our faith not on fading lights, but on the Light that never fails.

 

Via Dolorosa – Simona Bahnaru

It’s Friday (Sunday’s Comin’)

The story of Jesus Christs crucifixion is one of betrayal, brutality, despair, and pain.
Yet we know even before His death that redemption was promised to be coming soon.
We know that the story does not end at the cross.
We know what many did not realize that Sundays comin.

Celebrating Easter means rejoicing in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus and recognizing what each of those events can teach us about the character of God.
Be reminded of this truth during Easter: God has worked, is working, and will work through all things, even now as we find ourselves awaiting his return.

The voice for Sunday’s Comin’ is Pastor John L. Jefferson.