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A Word Out Of Context, Is Just A Pretext.

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 24, 2003 11:46:09 UTC

Our words can often have more than one meaning.
Context must always be applied to discern properly.

Faith is the hope of things not yet seen. (Hebrews 11:1)

Context again...
This "hope" is not "wish for", but the “bright spot reminder” of what we KNOW is yet to come. (Hebrews 6:19)

When does believe not mean believe ?

You can believe that there is one God (James 2:19) without believing in Him(John 3:16).

“in” Him
“on” Him

“in” and “on”
These little words (in context) speak of FAITH.

Peace to you, my friend.

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