|Logos are the most important part of a business's
customer image. The logo of a bussness most be both informative and
memorable. To accomplish these goals it must also be original.
To this end you probably want your logo to have a lot of time
and effort put into it.
Wether you have a logo already or you need some inspiration, PWDI can help you with what you need. If you need a new idea PWDI can cunsult with you to get the deseign and feel you want for your bussines. Or if you already have one, we can get it on the net for you; or make a modified one that is designed for the web.
Generally to design a new logo from a company name and slogan is about $80. If a logo already exists and simply needs to be graphicaly rendered for the net the cost would approximate $40.
Redemption is the proccess of redeeming. The basic premise of redemption requires that there is something that you need to be redeemed, or saved, from. Many people know about the "Christian way" and "you gatta be saved". Most people even know what from: sin. However not a whole lot of people really know what sin is all about. The best description I have ever heard is that sin is two fold. It's either when you miss the mark or you outright do wrong.
Missing the mark is like, when the Bible says that all things should be done decently and in order, you then do not always follow that. Your office is a cutter, your priorites are not what they should be, etc...
Outright wrong is when you go directly against what the Bible states. For example, do not desire another mans anything. Then you go and try to "keep up with the Jones's" as they say. This is an ouright and decietful sin.
There are many sins, but the simple fact is that there is sin, and it seperates mankind from God.
|REDEMTION: the purchase back of something
that had been lost, by the payment of a ransom. The Greek word so rendered
is _apolutrosis_, a word occurring nine times in Scripture, and always with
the idea of a ransom or price paid, i.e., redemption by a lutron (see Matt.
20:28; Mark 10:45). There are instances in the LXX. Version of the Old Testament
of the use of _lutron_ in man's relation to man (Lev. 19:20; 25:51; Ex. 21:30;
Num. 35:31, 32; Isa. 45:13; Prov. 6:35), and in the same sense of man's relation
to God (Num. 3:49; 18:15).
There are many passages in the New Testament which represent Christ's sufferings under the idea of a ransom or price, and the result thereby secured is a purchase or redemption (comp. Acts 20:28; 1 Cor. 6:19, 20; Gal. 3:13; 4:4, 5; Eph. 1:7; Col. 1:14; 1 Tim. 2:5, 6; Titus 2:14; Heb. 9:12; 1 Pet. 1:18, 19; Rev. 5:9). The idea running through all these texts, however various their reference, is that of payment made for our redemption. The debt against us is not viewed as simply cancelled, but is fully paid. Christ's blood or life, which he surrendered for them, is the "ransom" by which the deliverance of his people from the servitude of sin and from its penal consequences is secured. It is the plain doctrine of Scripture that "Christ saves us neither by the mere exercise of power, nor by his doctrine, nor by his example, nor by the moral influence which he exerted, nor by any subjective influence on his people, whether natural or mystical, but as a satisfaction to divine justice, as an expiation for sin, and as a ransom from the curse and authority of the law, thus reconciling us to God by making it consistent with his perfection to exercise mercy toward sinners" (Hodge's Systematic Theology).