"What are the 12 Steps for the Recovering Pharisee?" by John Fischer as follows: The 12 Steps 1. We admit that our single most unmitigated pleasure is to judge other people. 2. Have come to believe that our means of obtaining greatness is to make everyone lower than ourselves in our own mind. 3. Realize that we detest mercy being given to those who, unlike us, haven't worked for it and don't deserve it. 4. Have decided that we don't want to get what we deserve after all, and we don't want anyone else to either. 5. Will cease all attempts to apply teaching and rebuke to anyone but ourselves. 6. Are ready to have God remove all these defects of attitude and character. 7. Embrace the belief that we are, and will always be, experts at sinning. 8. Are looking closely at the lives of famous men and women of The Bible who turned out to be ordinary sinners like us. 9. Are seeking through prayer and meditation to make a conscious effort to consider other better than ourselves. 10. Embrace the state of astonishment as a permanent and glorious reality. 11. Choose to rid ourselves of any attitude that is not bathed in gratitude. 12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we will try to carry this message to others who think that Christians are better than everyone else. Click on: http://www.fischtank.com/book/12step.cfm
Paul was a Pharisee.
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The word "Pharisee" is in the King James Version of the Bible 11 times. It is in 10 verses.
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Nicodemus was a Pharisee. While not a disciple, the Apostle Paul was also once a Pharisee.
The Pharisee didnt want to join him as the pharisees have a very strict religion.
He mentioned 'Pharisee' three times in the gospels when he spoke.
"...when Paul perceived that one part were Sadducees, and the other Pharisees, he cried out in the council, Men and brethren, I AM A PHARISEE, the son of a Pharisee..." (Acts 23:6).
Paul was a Pharisee. See Philippians 3:3-6.
There are about 12- 10 steps on a step pyramid.
Paul became a Pharisee during Jesus' time. He was actually born a Hebrew of Hebrews, which made him a Pharisee from birth. Paul was one of Jesus' Apostles.
no, Peter is a desciple
No, nicodemus was a pharisee.
He was a Pharisee. He was also Jesus' uncle so it would be very very very unlikely to be a Sadduccee.
No, Simon Peter was a fisherman who was called by Jesus Christ to be one of His disciples and later become one of the original 12 apostles.
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i did and I'm 12 but like after a couple of hours it might still be recovering
--Recovering-- alcoholic? No.