Self-Closing Tags

Ever since the days on XHTML, I always wished script tags that had a src attribute could be self-closing. Such as:
<script type="text/javascript" src="some.js" />

Instead of:
<script type="text/javascript" src="some.js"></
script>


Your Sins Can Be Forgiven

From Morning and Evening by C.H. Spurgeon, for August 10th in the evening:

“The Son of Man hath power on earth to forgive sins.”

Matthew 9:6

Behold one of the great Physician’s mightiest arts: he has power to forgive sin! While here he lived below, before the ransom had been paid, before the blood had been literally sprinkled on the mercy-seat, he had power to forgive sin. Hath he not power to do it now that he hath died? What power must dwell in him who to the utmost farthing has faithfully discharged the debts of his people! He has boundless power now that he has finished transgression and made an end of sin. If ye doubt it, see him rising from the dead! behold him in ascending splendour raised to the right hand of God! Hear him pleading before the eternal Father, pointing to his wounds, urging the merit of his sacred passion! What power to forgive is here! “He hath ascended on high, and received gifts for men.” “He is exalted on high to give repentance and remission of sins.” The most crimson sins are removed by the crimson of his blood. At this moment, dear reader, whatever thy sinfulness, Christ has power to pardon, power to pardon thee, and millions such as thou art. A word will speak it. He has nothing more to do to win thy pardon; all the atoning work is done. He can, in answer to thy tears, forgive thy sins today, and make thee know it. He can breathe into thy soul at this very moment a peace with God which passeth all understanding, which shall spring from perfect remission of thy manifold iniquities. Dost thou believe that? I trust thou believest it. Mayst thou experience now the power of Jesus to forgive sin! Waste no time in applying to the Physician of souls, but hasten to him with words like these:

“Jesus! Master! hear my cry;

Save me, heal me with a word;

Fainting at thy feet I lie,

Thou my whisper’d plaint hast heard.”


Posts and Memories

This evening, I went through some of my old posts here. It reminded me of the beginning of the song “Thankful” by Caedmon’s Call:

I ran across an old box of letters
While I was bagging up
Some clothes for Goodwill
You know I had to laugh
That the same old struggles
That plagued me then
Are plaguing me still
I know the road is long
From the ground to glory
But a boy can hope
He’s getting some place
&ellip;

A lot of things are different, a lot are the same. God’s still got me (meaning, He will take care of me despite my struggles), and that is one thing that has stayed the same.


Since then.

Since 2013, I have been married and have a few children.

I will post more about things I find in scripture and life in general.


Who Were the Nicolaitans, and What Was Their Doctrine and Deeds? – Refuel with Rick with Rick Renner, Christian Video & TV Program

http://m.lightsource.com/ministry/refuel-with-rick/articles/who-were-the-nicolaitans-and-what-was-their-doctrine-and-deeds–14510.html

So far the best explanation of the Nicolaitians. Very informed read.


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