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In The Burning - Various - DIM (Now We See Dimly)

   15.02.2020  7 Comments

Author: Daigul

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  1. For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I will know fully, even as I was also fully known. - World English Bible. And we seen now bi a myrour in derknesse, but thanne face to face; now Y knowe of parti, but thanne Y schal knowe, as Y am knowun.
  2. We get hung up over small details. We get defensive and prideful. We get “factious”, as some translations of Titus put it. Individual churches split, whether for good or bad reasons. And in the past–mostly when the State dipped its hand into the church, or vice-versa–this has .
  3. The quote is a portion of a Bible verse from the King James version of the Bible, 1 Corinthians Chap 13 verse "For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known." I.
  4. an object perceived as being the same color whether we see it in bright sunlight or dim candlelight Jackie walks into a dimly lit room and sees an unfamiliar object sitting on a table in the middle of the room.
  5. ‘Although it does seem like a dim and distant memory now, I still remember people being hanged in Britain during my lifetime.’ ‘All that weighed upon his mind suddenly grew dim and trivial.’ ‘My dim memories of biology seem to recall an animal classification system, whereby the entire natural world could be subdivided into various.
  6. What’s the problem with denominations, anyway? Well There’s a lot wrong with the way Christians sometimes interact with each other over differences of belief & practice–at the personal level and at the denominational level, within churches and between them. We get hung up over small details. We get defensive and prideful. We get “factious”, as some translations of Titus put it.
  7. “Dimly burning,” I know, doesn’t sound entirely optimistic as a name for a blog. You would think I’d rather be identified with more positive descriptors – something that would draw readers in, right? Typically we’re drawn to things and people that could be described as radiant or dazzling. But dim? Uh, not really.

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