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|Who the Clement was to whom these writings are ascribed, cannot with absolute certainty be determined. The general opinion is, that he is the same as the person of that name referred to by St. Paul (Phil. iv.
3). The writings themselves contain no statement as to their author. The first, and by far the longer of them, simply purports to have been written in the name of the Church at Rome to the Church at Corinth. But in the catalogue of contents prefixed to the ms. they are both plainly
attributed to one Clement; and the judgment of most scholars is, that, in regard to the first Epistle at least, this statement is correct, and
that it is to be regarded as an authentic production of the friend and fellow-worker of St. Paul. This belief may be traced to an early period in the history of the Church. It is found in the writings of Eusebius (Hist. Eccl., iii. 15), of Origen (Comm. in Joan., i. 29), and others.
The internal evidence also tends to support this opinion. The doctrine, style, and manner of thought are all in accordance with it; so that, although, as has been said, positive certainty cannot be reached on the subject, we may with great probability conclude that we have in this
Epistle a composition of that Clement who is known to us from Scripture as having been an associate of the great apostle.
|What can be more exciting than the Hinds’ Feet on High Places allegory? It is the allegory along with a daily devotional penned by a woman who has proven her walk with the Lord and her writing gift with other inspirational books, including You Can Be the Wife of a Happy Husband and the 1999 release, You Can Be the Happy Mom of an Empty Nest.
Most of these devotions are “quiet time” meditations, ones that will draw you closer to your Lord Jesus. They will help you to understand your own struggles and regain confidence in your walk with the Lord.
I know that you sense Him drawing you ever nearer to Him. That’s why you are considering this devotional. Some of you even feel your heart aching for more of His Presence in your life.
This allegory with the devotionals will help satisfy the yearning of your heart. He is challenging you to keep saying “yes” to your Lord as He beckons you on in your own journey to the High Places.
|Pastor Kyle Idleman doesn’t just want to be a fan of Jesus, he wants to full heartedly commit to him and be a follower of Jesus. But how can you make the leap from fan to follower? In Not a Fan Idleman uses biblical examples to show how the people who met Jesus also had to decide if they were fans or followers, and what it meant for them to then become followers. Being a follower doesn’t mean that you go to church every week, that you slap a Jesus fish on the back of your car, and that you give to charity. That’s what a fan does. What a follower of Jesus does, Idleman observes, is die to themselves each and every moment of the day because ‘you can’t say yes to following Jesus unless you say no to living for yourself.’ In this three part book Idleman helps you to discover whether you are a fan or a follower, how to recognize the invitation Jesus has given, and what following Jesus looks like in your daily life. With humor and real life examples to draw you closer to Jesus, Kyle Idleman compels each and every one of us to Not Be A Fan|