justask@livingscripturestrong.com

Shipping discount

WE PAY SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $50.00

+1 (443) 837-7921

Header

0 CART
Living Scripture Strong

Loading

Your cart is currently empty!
Total: $0.00
Visa
Mastercard
American Express
Discover
Shopify Pay
SECURE SITE
PayPal Accepted
Demo1
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

Demo2
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

Demo3
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

Where's The Love?

Posted by Living Scripture Strong on

Where's The Love?

The book of Matthew describes him as a teacher and lover of all who come to him. He loves us with all of our fears, failures, and our broken promises. Most of what Jesus taught was love, acceptance, and forgiveness.

I believe His desire for His followers is for us to do the same.

It is true that Christ did plenty of rebuking; however, the people He rebuked were using religion to abuse and hurt others. Are Christians today that much different?

In the book, Unchristian, author David Kinnaman describes the top things Christians are known for among America’s younger generation. It’s very sobering.

He describes how Christians are known for being hypocritical, too involved in politics, and judgmental. Is this the legacy we are leaving for ourselves?

In the United States, the numbers of Christian divorces and Christian kids growing up in broken homes are just as high as among non-Christians. What does this say about how we love? What about Christians burning Korans and getting into fights with people of other religions?

Are we known for our love, or have we forgotten Jesus’ command?

In 2011, I took my sponsor trip to El Salvador, and I was able to see what Jesus was talking about in John 13. I was able to see children who lived in neighborhoods with lots of crime, little clean water, and no electricity.

However, when I looked into the eyes of those children, I didn’t see any poverty. I saw children who were cared for and who wanted to share love with others. This is what the world needs to see.

It is my prayer that we as Christians can get back to and really focus on John 13:34–35.

 

 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

This is how the world will know we are Christ’s disciples Living Scripture Strong!

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This blog was originally posted on Compassion International's blog and written by Tony Brizendine who works as an IT Service Desk Technician at the Global Ministry Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

 

Living Scripture Strong

Ready to find out more about our new, and upcoming products? Sign up below.