Wednesday, 13 August 2008

The hardest thing

The hardest thing about reading the New Testament in Greek is not the understanding of it. It's when you understand it and don't like what it says.

"Love one another with brotherly love, and outwork each other in showing honour".

-Romans 12:10.

Thanks, I understand what you're saying, but I'd rather not!

2 comments:

Peter said...

Isn't this exactly the same as reading the Bible in English?

2 Cor 1:13 `For we do not write to you anything you cannot read or understand'

Peter said...

Isn't that just the same as reading the bible in English? The hard part is always obedience.

Dt 6:5 Love the Lord you God with all your heart...

Rom 12:1, Present your bodies as living sacrifices...