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Pastoral Assistant
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At 10:42pm on September 18, 2013, Joseph Pollard / DJ P.L.O said…

The core thought on Brokenness
The journey of brokenness is the path of everlasting life.We must first be broken if we are to love as Jesus loved. Now why must I be broken?
And what is it about me that must be broken?

Now Unbrokenness is living a lie. Read the first example of unbrokenness with Adam and Eve when they chose to believe a lie (Genesis 2:17)

Now unbrokenness is dying to die. We all are natural-born sinners because we inherited our sin-infected D.N.A from our forefather Adam.

Now unless Jesus intervenes to change our D.N.A state we will live out our lives in sin.      
(P.L.O Joe Pollard)
(Next Brokenness is dying to live)

At 10:53am on March 26, 2013, Joseph Pollard / DJ P.L.O said…

Love As Jesus Loved

Some of us have settled for loving those who love us and forgiving those who have asked us for forgiveness. We have set limits on how many times we will forgive someone for the same action. The church is marginalized because of estranged relationship and a lack of commitment to follow Jesus. To love as Christ loved is the way to break down the walls that separate us and bring healing to broken lives. Jesus didn’t hold anything back and loved until others experienced that love. A community develops character as it pursues the standard summarized by Jesus when he told us to love one another just as I have loved you” (John 15:12)

At 11:51am on January 29, 2011, marshall c booze, jr said…
Thanks for the friendship.
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