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- I found this old messed up tabletop in someone’s trash a couple of months ago. I cleaned it up and cut it to shape; making a nice (actually two) cutting board. I gave one to my daughter and she put it to good use last night at dinner!
- Carol and I have been down in So. Cal. for the past few days (it’s tax time and our tax guy is down here!). We have spent time with our grandkids, which is always a joy! We head home today (Saturday) and look forward to being in church tomorrow 😁.
- Now is a good time to pick up several copies of Carol’s children’s Bible study book: My Mark Book. It’s on sale now through March 2, at 20% off. Kids will love studying the Bible!My Mark Book - Dispensational PublishingMy Mark Book is perfect for children (and even adults) who want to learn the content of the Gospel of Mark. Free from theological lessons or bias, this book simply walks a child, step-by-step, through the Gospel of Mark (KJV) to learn the life, times, and ministry of Jesus. The book guides the student to a daily reading followed by a few questions and exercises on a child's level that solidifies their learning. My Mark Book is great for- Personal study Sunday School Homeschool curriculum Bible clubsdispensationalpublishing.com
- Here is a good depiction of what we are seeing happening as we read through the book of Judges on Sunday mornings. Israel’s cycle of idolatry.
- ReadHope Now Bible Church February 21, 2021 Two twenty-one twenty twenty-one"Rightly dividing the Word of Truth" 2 Timothy 2:15
- There is always much sadness amidst the death of a loved one. Keep Cathy in prayer as she deals with the loss of her beloved brother. Now she must deal with the aftermath of moving out all of her brother's possessions. The Bible says that death is our "enemy." One day it will be destroyed. Until then we keep looking up!
- If we “rightly divide” (2 Timothy 2:15), we won’t get confused by verses like this. Since John 3:36 contradicts Ephesians 2:8,9 where the apostle Paul states salvation is “not of yourselves...it is the gift of God...not of works" the solution to the problem is to rightly divide these passages. Understand that the gospel of John was written to the Jews under the law, which required obedience to enter the Kingdom. We live in the dispensation of grace which was not revealed until the apostle Paul was give the revelation of the mystery (Ephesians 3:3). We can’t have it both ways; we can’t say we will not see God and experience his wrath if we disobey, and then say we are saved by grace through faith. They are mutually exclusive. Rightly divide and the problem is solved.