Your visit is marked with concentric circles radiating from your home. Because you have learned about Jesus' imminent return, you are commanded to warn others of His return.Let these circles remind you that the Gospel should radiate from you into the world (see Acts 1:8). When you radiate the Gospel into the world, God's blessings radiate back to you now and upwardly to be stored as future "treasures" or "crowns" in Heaven! Today could be the day of Jesus' return or of your physical death.
Among tithers, for example, 80 percent have no unpaid credit card bills, 74 percent don't owe anything on their cars, 48 percent own their home and 28 percent are debt free.
The fifth annual study reveals that 97 percent of tithers make giving to their local church a priority, and 63 percent started tithing between their childhood and their twenties.
It also found that 70 percent give based on their gross income rather than their net income, and 77 percent give more than the traditional 10 percent.
This word is used once in the New Testament (1 Corinthians ).
This greeting is a compound word— two words fused into a single word— of Aramaic origin.
Depending upon the pronunciation (the placement of the "n" sound), the word has different meanings.