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|1||Any comments on this reading?||Mark 2:5||wist ye not||9810|
|Sorry, I didn't think there would be any harm in posting this. Better mind my P's and Q's and just read. Yours in Christ Jesus, wist ye not|
|2||Christ dying only for elect?||Rom 5:6||wist ye not||5469|
| Rom 8:29 For those whom He foreknew, He also predestined to become conformed to the image of His Son, so that He would be the firstborn among many brethren.
Lionstrong, and whoever else wants to talk, If God foreknew everyone since he created everyone then isn't everyone predestined to be saved, but they have freewill and can refuse God's Grace and not accept Jesus, the Anointed One, as their Savior and thus through their choice they are condemned to everlasting torment? Yours in Christ Jesus, Wist
|3||Any difference?||Ephesians||wist ye not||5467|
|Dear Lionstrong, Sorry. It was to the devotional reading you had replied to. I realized as soon as I posted my note didn't look right. YOurs in Christ, Wist|
|4||Any difference?||Ephesians||wist ye not||5377|
|Dear Lionstrong, Would it make any difference if it was understood that Christians are the subject of the reading and not others outside the Church?|
|5||Russellville?||Bible general Archive 1||wist ye not||4364|
|Russellville should obviously be a place, therefore, a question mark after it should indicate from the question it was associated with that I am asking if the poster of that question is from a place called Russellville. Is that too clear?|
|6||Russellville?||Bible general Archive 1||wist ye not||4363|
|Russellville should obviously be a place, therefore, a question mark after it should indicate from the question it was assoiciated with that I am asking if the poster of that question is from a place called Russellville. Is that too clear?|
|7||Unbaptized children||Bible general Archive 1||wist ye not||4271|
|What are the Sacraments?
The sacraments are defined in the Prayer Book as "outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace." This means that we recognize God as active and sustaining in our lives, and through the sacraments we participate in this sustaining and saving power. The two main sacraments in the Episcopal Church are the sacrament of Baptism, in which we are initiated into new life with Christ, and the Eucharist, in which we remember and celebrate Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. Baptism happens only once in a person's life, but the Eucharist is celebrated at least once a week. The other traditional rites that have sacramental character include confirmation, ordination, marriage, reconciliation (confession and absolution), and anointing of the sick.