Remember Jerusalem: Psalms 137:5-6
IF I FORGET THEE OH JERUSALEM, LET MY RIGHT HAND FORGET HER CUNNING.
IF I DO NOT REMEMBER THEE, LET MY TONGUE CLEAVE TO THE ROOF OF MY MOUTH, IF I PREFER NOT JERUSALEM ABOVE MY CHIEF JOY.
David was a man of god, and a musician who sang and played upon his harp very skilfully, and he thought to himself, if I forget the real purpose of where I am, what I should be doing, or who I am, then all the chords and beautiful compositions that I learned on my instrument, let my fingers forget them. David said furthermore; if I don’t remember Jerusalem, then let my tongue stick to the ...
TOP 3 NBA FINAL PERFORMANCES. facebook.com/muragichane for the rest: ohn Hollinger Top 50 Finals Single Game Performances -
1. Michael Jordan, Bulls: 1997 Finals, Game 5
38 Points, 5 Assist, 7 Rebounds, 3 Steals and One Block
Based solely on production, this game ranks high, but not at the top -- even after adjusting for pace and opponent, 15 other Finals games outrank it, including six by Jordan.
But in terms of impact and obstacles, "The Flu Game" is the most amazing thing I've ever seen. For starters, this was the deciding game of the series. Tied at two games apiece heading into Game 5, the win in Utah's hostile Delta Center essentially clinched...
Can monotheism be proven?: The word “monotheism” comes from two words, “mono” meaning “single” and “theism” meaning “belief in God.” Specifically, monotheism is the belief in one true God who is the only creator, sustainer, and judge of all creation. Monotheism differs from “henotheism,” which is the belief in multiple gods with one supreme God over all. It is also opposed to polytheism, which is the belief in the existence of more than one god.
There are many arguments for monotheism, including those from special revelation (scripture), natural revelation (philosophy), as well as historical anthropology. These ...