AR Bernard at the Hillsong Church Men's Conference
Preferences vs Convictions : (Mr Yoda vs Supreme Court case - 1972)
Conviction : Complelled to do (the US law will protect you if you are convicted to your belief) - a conviction to your God!
- conviction makes you stronger
- conviction makes you stick to what you believe
- conviction - there is no alternative! Non-negotiable! No compromise!
Preference : Family pressure
- under pressure makes you weaker
- if you are threatened with death, and you give in, that's preference
Christianity is about :
- conviction - believing what they belief
- continue to talk to others who do not share their beliefs
- knowing the present and the future
- moral standards to live by
- unity and discipline - stand up for their wives and children!
Q : Am I passionate about what I believe? or is it just a preference?
Q : Am I living life to the full as promised by Jesus?
Be a man! Strong, Courageous! What God took out from Adam, He did not put it back!
AR Bernard Classics
Why Women Want To Change Men
How To for iPhone 4 - Jan 2011
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Manage data usage when using your iPhone There are several ways to reduce your data charges when using your iPhone, simply by turning off all push notifications and location services in your iPhone.
To stop push notifications.
To stop location services
If you want to continue using emails but want to reduce the barrage of emails, you can still do so by turning off the fetch feature:
And if you absolutely must have your iPhone when traveling abroad but do not want to use any data, you can follow the steps below to turn off Data Roaming:
Other ways to reduce mobile bill on data roaming usage is to log on to overseas operators under StarHub’s Conexus Mobile Alliance or check out StarHub’s “Pay As You Roam” for further details.
There is none righteous ...
Ecclesiastes 7:20 There is not a righteous man on earth who does what is right and never sins.
1 Kings 8:46 "When they sin against you--for there is no one who does not sin--and you become angry with them and give them over to the enemy, who takes them captive to his own land, far away or near;