Joe Quatrone, Jr.

Gods-Grace“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God, not by works, so that no one can boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9).

It is no small wonder these two verses are frequently memorized. They sum up the gospel of grace. Every heart’s desire is grace. We surely don’t want justice. If we got what we deserved for our sin, we would all be condemned. We want what we don’t deserve and that is grace.

Ephesians 2:8-9 teaches our salvation has nothing to do with our works. It is a free gift from God which we receive by faith. Salvation is not something we work up or even work on. Works have nothing to do with it. If that were the case, we could boast, “I did this,” or “I did that.” But only God can say, “I did this: I…

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My mom, dad, brother and family are catholics. Most are not liking the changes but of course they don’t have a choice. I am talking about changing (And also with you) to (And also with your spirit) and (one in being with the Father) to (consubstantial with the Father). Next thing they will have to get new catholic bibles printed starting with Abraham because they are teaching that the beginning is a fairy tale. They need to make sure they delete all the references to Adam, Eve, Noah, the flood, Sodom & Gomorrah from the New Testament. Oh, and creation in the beginning. They will need lots of deleting. Remember they now say and I got this from two catholic priests. That we really don’t know what happened. It could be evolution involved. We just don’t know for sure. Well I know one thing myself.

In Revelation 22-18, 19  It says:

For I…

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Every day is a Lord’s Day!!!

I am off and running Praising God through Jesus, My Savior. It is his work now not mine. Joyful, Joyful I adore Him. Amen.  Another Lord’s Day of Strength in him, Joy in Him, Love in Him, serving others as he served us and died for us sinners. Pray for all Christians in persecution around the world. Pray for all those in the world that they may realize God is A Sovereign God. God is the Creator of all you see. He was, is will always be the same God. He does not change. You cannot have The Father without The Son, Jesus Christ. Nor The Son without The Father. There is only one way The Trinity. The Father, The Son, Jesus, The Holy Spirit Our helper.

Amen, Amen, Amen!!!

Tomorrow and every day (Sunday) is the Lord’s Day!

To true Christians every day is the Lord’s Day. That is true for me. I praise him daily for all he has done in my life. He has had mercy upon me a sinner. I have such joy because he does help you through all trials. I know that my fellow Christians are there for me when I need them. The same is true for me. I have a love that is from Jesus because he first loved us. As unbelievers we do not seek him. God, The Father, draws us to the Son, Jesus Christ. God makes our hearts willing at a desperate time in ours lives. He only knows when that will be from the beginning:  He was, before creation, before anything, he is, he will always be.

I want to say to a fellow Christian blogger I am reposting a post of his. It is true for my baptism is tomorrow. I will become a member of the Church of God, The Lord sent me to.

Amen!!! Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.

http://sheboygancanknow.wordpress.com/2012/05/13/the-physical-act-of-baptism-does-not-save-you/ see prior post also

God's Truth For Sheboygan

The verse below explains the relationship of baptism to salvation in Biblical Christianity:

“and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a clear conscience toward God.” (I Peter 3:21 NIV)

The Apostle Peter is saying here that the Genesis flood is representative of baptism. Just as Noah and his family were raised above the waters of death in the ark, so true Christians have been raised above the waters of eternal death through the promise of an eternal resurrection.

The apostle Peter is clear here that the physical act of baptism–being immersed in water–does not save us. Rather we are saved by “the pledge of a clear conscience toward God.” This means that we are saved not by going through some physical ritual, but rather by having a change of heart.

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I know I just need answers.

What do you think when a person has mental disorders? If we read in the New Testament we know our Lord Jesus, cured all kinds of infirmities and diseases. Some were called demon possessions. I remember the man in the tombs. He was possessed by legions of demons. They were sent into the sheep and jumped over the cliff. Jesus allowed them to go in the sheep and not the abyss. People with these disorders can be stable for the most part with meds now and because the Lord has saved us. Is that what we have had a demon? If so I am still not cured.

Is it genetic mutations over the generations? They were healed back then by Our Lord.. I am not. I would appreciate it if anyone would give me some thoughts on this from a biblical point. I would love to hear it.

A sister in Christ Jesus

When estranged is what you are.

I thought things were going quite well. I will as before, let God do his work. I have witnessed again from His Word to my husband. He says he does not want to be a part of my cult, my religion. Being a Christian is not a religion. It’s following the Word of God, because he opened your eyes, not you. And we know that all things work together for those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28-30

Do you know the scriptures?

“Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword. For I have come to ‘ set a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s enemies will be those of his own household’; He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me. He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for My sake will find it. Matthew 10:34-40

So I have lost my life to gain it..

Only by the blood of Jesus Christ, Our Savior, shed on the cross for our sins to be forgiven. Mercy from God our Creator. I believe do you?