Worthy Art Thou
Lulu.com, 01.08.2007 - 108 Seiten
Have you ever thought of how much God was worth? Have you ever hazarded a guess of how much you are worth? The idea of calculating the worth of God is one that may be accounted as sacrilegious. Man attempting to assign a value to the person of God, think of it, what a travesty! But this is a sentiment that is ever before the eyes of a suffering saint. How much is your belief in God worth? Is it worth enough for you to face persecution, victimization, targeting for assault and affliction? Many who have died for God's sake and who may have endured the life of martyrdom would gladly answer that it is worth much more than life itself, more than life itself.
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The Theory of Inherent Value
What about Jesus?
How about man?
Lift Up Your Head
Whats in your Bag?
The King in You
A Friend of God Positioned for Perfection
Possessing Perfect Love
Worthy to receive His love
Worthy art thou to be blessed
Worthy art thou to live and not die
Worthy art thou to choose
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