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Jeff Telling March 17, 2012 at 8:53 am

Another excellent article Jack! Well written, and with the perfect perspective – His!

Jeff

Jack March 17, 2012 at 10:58 am

Thank you so much sir. We both know where all the credit goes to. Without the Holy Spirit, this issue would not be important to me but for the free gift of grace given to me, I want the things that break the heart of God to break my heart as well and this topic truly breaks my heart. Thank you Jeff.

Katy M March 19, 2012 at 12:43 am

Jack,

I have so enjoyed following your posts. It is clear you have oppened your heart for God to work through you. I stumbled upon one of your posts about what Christians believe about dinosaurs….you were attacked for some of your beliefs but replied with comments filled with patience, love and kindness. You are truly an example for how to show Christ’s love! Love never fails does it?

I now follow the blog because of that post and look forward to your future writings.

Thanks for being an example for us all!
Katy

Jack March 19, 2012 at 3:15 pm

Katy, your gracious comment are salve to my spirit. Thank you so much. Truly your words reflect Christ and Him living in you. Oh, that we had such godly women of faith with edifying and encouraging words like yours in the church that I am under-shepherd of to the Great Shepherd. God bless and please do come back. We need more Roman 12 and I Cor 13 believers like you in this world.

Pamela Rose Williams March 20, 2012 at 10:39 am

Jack, this is a really good article on a subject that, again, can be one argued within Christian circles. Thank you for standing on the Word and thoughtfully presenting the case for what God would have us to do. God gets the glory again friend!

Jack March 20, 2012 at 3:11 pm

Thank you my friend. Amen to God getting the glory for I would probably be writing about my Kansas Jawhawks or something like that if God did not send me the Holy Spirit for truly, I am nothing without Him and if I am anythings, it again is all because of Him!

Kirby June 29, 2014 at 6:58 am

Just letting you know, you took Romans 12:9-10 out of context. It’s referring to the brethren. Not everyone is a Brother or Sister of mine.

We are to expose sin and raise our voice on the housetops.

Being “soft” is a tradition of Christendom that was inherited for hundreds of years.

Julie Reeves January 10, 2018 at 12:32 pm

I appreciate your article but am troubled by what seems a random switching between the term fetus and unborn or unborn child. God’s word speaks to us of the babe in the womb, the child in the womb, twins, people, fruit, sons, and blessings of the womb. The world uses the term fetus, defined as a vertebrate mammal or human that has at least 8 weeks gestation, to attempt to dehumanize the child. May we all raise in our hearts and words the image of the babe in the womb as these babies are all created in the image of God and you stated in your article. Thank you.

Jack Wellman January 10, 2018 at 1:48 pm

Hello Julie. Thank you for your comment. The language of speaking of the fetus and unborn child is terminology doctors will sometimes call a living child, so I wanted to speak in language that a woman considering an abortion would have heard of from the doctor. Yes, I agree that the words describing children, unborn particularly, is appropriate so you do make a good point. Thank you. Amen as being created in the image of God. Thank you.





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