Faith London Quotes
The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, also called the Second London Baptist Confession, was written by Particular Baptists, who held to a Calvinistic Soteriology in England to give a formal expression of their Christian faith from a Baptist perspective. This confession, like the Westminster Confession of Faith (1646) and the Savoy Declaration (1658), was written by Puritans who were concerned that their particular church organisation reflect what they perceived to be Biblical teaching. Because it was adopted by the Philadelphia Association of Baptist Churches in the 18th century, it is also known as the Philadelphia Confession of Faith. The Philadelphia Confession was a modification of the Second London Confession that added an allowance for singing of hymns, psalms and spiritual songs in the Lord's Supper and made optional the laying on of hands in baptism.
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“RELATIONSHIPS ARE LIKE CARS, SOMEWHERE AT SOME POINT THEY ARE GOING TO BREAK DOWN...AND IF YOU DON'T TRY TO MAINTAIN & FIX THEM THEY WILL EVENTUALLY GO NOWHERE, NO MATTER HOW LONG YOU RIDE.”
“It's funny how we can put so much faith in something we truly believe will always be there and when it's gone and we are faced with the reality....It's then in those moments we are truly defined to our core. Through the foundation of what we have built ourselves upon breaks and shifts.Some pieces wane, while others remain and leave scars.And through that we can clearly see ourselves again.”