I noticed you didn't look to Grandison himself for an example of verbal irony. You have access to God, you can come boldly before the throne of grace and obtain your Heavenly Father’s empowerment, love, mercy….the list goes on and on! Can you join me in saying a collective Amen? Person 2: I worked a year for this $50. Don’t stop, don’t quit…for as a man once said…”You’re too legit to quit!”, Today I came across something that I had share with you. I absolutely love to stay connected, as a matter of fact I’d love for you to connect with me on Twitter or Instagram: @JaredNieman. The term also has a racial connotation; to "pass" in the Jim Crow south (and even after) meant that a light-skinned black man or woman lived as a white man/woman -- they were "passing" for white. The Irony of Grandison ... You might even look at the distance between word and meaning in the title, particularly the word you pointed out, "passing." lit quitunknown. Prayer brings God into our everyday lives, and allows Him to influence us in ways that only He can! Can you imagine if we approached God with this mentality? Oftentimes, verbal irony is the tool of the physically or politically weaker. This irony is situational because the expected outcome was that she would be happy and impressed by his accomplishment. For those who believe in Christ, they have all been made the children of God! If you know me, you know I have a pretty active social media life! And if you are a child of God, you know you are LEGIT! Today I came across something that I had share with you.

Ok, I just want to say I love some of the stuff I come across on Instagram! I can’t stop, I won’t stop because I know whose I am, and I know what I have access to!

Our boldness comes from the fact that we know who we are in Christ, (if you aren’t sure about your identity in Christ or need to be reminded, take some time read some of my blog posts from October). Hey Chad, how was the party? One way to read that is terms of death, a gentile way to say that someone has died. This could be seen as situational irony because in fact Grandison is, Here, Charity Lomax is upset that Dick Owens hypothetically freed a slave. You might even look at the distance between word and meaning in the title, particularly the word you pointed out, "passing. He seems to be the one who would most benefit from its uses, the one who in fact has very little at his disposal to fight for himself *but* verbal irony.

Too legit to quit. To “come boldly” means to come without fear, it means that we approach God free of hesitation. (230)”. You have access to all of it as you come boldly to your Heavenly Father! [endif]-->