Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) (tradução) - Lilly Wood And The
- Lilly Wood & The Prick Lyrics - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix)
- Apr 21 What does Prayer in C by Lilly Wood & The Prick mean?
- Don't Think I Could Forgive You by Erik Thomsen 3 | Free Listening
Lilly Wood & The Prick Lyrics - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix)
The most interesting (and perhaps unique) part of the song comes in the next stanza: Yah, when there'll just be silence / And when life will be over / Don't think you will forgive you. Hadida and Cotto believe that even God will feel guilty for sitting idle.
Apr 21 What does Prayer in C by Lilly Wood & The Prick mean?
One man wrote me the following e-mail: “I know God has all power, and I know He will help me if I’m worthy, but I’m just never worthy enough to ask for His help. I want Christ’s grace, but I always find myself stuck in the same self-defeating and impossible position: no work, no grace.”
Don't Think I Could Forgive You by Erik Thomsen 3 | Free Listening
I said, “I can’t afford it either, but you put some in, and I’ll put some in, and then we’ll go to my mom, because she is a real softy.”
Then comes the parable. A king forgives a debtor who owes him a million, million dollars. It’s just an off-the-charts number. Then he goes out and strangles a friend who owes him $65. In other words, being forgiven has had zero transforming effect on this servant. He’s as selfish as ever. And the king hears about it, and that’s where we pick it up.
But the older I get, and the more I understand this wonderful plan of redemption, the more I realize that in the final judgment it will not be the unrepentant sinner begging Jesus, “Let me stay.” No, he will probably be saying, “Get me out of here!” Knowing Christ’s character, I believe that if anyone is going to be begging on that occasion, it would probably be Jesus begging the unrepentant sinner, “Please, choose to stay. Please, use my Atonement—not just to be cleansed but to be changed so that you want to stay.”
I say, “No, we are not earning heaven. We are learning heaven. We are preparing for it (see D& C 78:7). We are practicing for it.”
I wrote him back and testified with all my heart that Christ is not waiting at the finish line once we have done “all we can do” ( 7 Nephi 75:78 ). He is with us every step of the way.
There are women who know they are daughters of a Heavenly Father who loves them, and they love Him. Then they graduate from high school, and the values they memorized are put to the test. They slip up. They let things go too far, and suddenly they think it is all over. These women don’t understand grace.
We finally got the kid to EFY, but how long do you think he lasted? Not even a day. By the end of the first day he called his mother and said, “Get me out of here!” Heaven will not be heaven for those who have not chosen to be heavenly.
If the child sees Mom’s requirement of practice as being too overbearing (“Gosh, Mom, why do I need to practice? None of the other kids have to practice! I’m just going to be a professional baseball player anyway!”), perhaps it is because he doesn’t yet see with mom’s eyes. He doesn’t see how much better his life could be if he would choose to live on a higher plane.