To Read ~ October 2

Psalm 37:1-18 • Habakkuk 1:1-13 • 2 Timothy 1:1-14 • Luke 17:5-10 Our passage from 2 Timothy is one of my favorite passages in the New Testament. Like the first chapters of all Paul’s letters this one includes introductory material, greetings, and gratitude. In this letter, however, Paul names names. Two to be exact: Eunice…

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To Read ~ September 19, 2010

Psalm 1 • Deuteronomy 30:15-20 • Philemon 1-20 • Luke 14:25-33 Saturday night we began our brief series through the book of Ephesians. This New Testament book is the only letter of the Apostle Paul that was written to confront a problem. Instead, this book is intended to remind the early Christians of what life…

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¡To Read! ~ August 21

Psalm 33 • Genesis 15:1-6 • Luke 12:32-40 • Hebrews 11:1-16 Thanks to all of you for praying for our medical team this past week. Our trip was a great success. I cannot speak for everyone on the team but my suspicion is that this was a transforming experience for all of us. Read, reflect…

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¡To Read!~Sat Aug 7

Psalm 138 • Genesis 18:20-33 • Colossians 2:6-15 • Luke 11:1-13 This week’s Scripture readings continue with Paul’s letter to the Colossians, Abraham’s conversations with God about Sodom and Gomorrah, and Jesus’s teaching on prayer. Don’t forget that prayer and Scripture go together. If you feel, like I sometimes do, that your personal prayers are…

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¡To Read! ~ Sat July 31

Psalm 15 • Genesis 18:1-14 • Colossians 1:21-29 • Luke 10:38-42 Are weekly readings come from a “little” thing called the Revised Common Lectionary. It is a list of readings for each week of the year with the goal of covering most of the high points in Scripture within a three year period of time.…

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Readings for July 24

Psalm 25 • Deuteronomy 30:9-14 • Colossians 1:1-14 • Luke 10:1-12-20 Perhaps you have wondered what church is all about. Why do we bother getting together with people at a prescribed time, sing specific songs, prayer the same prayers and say the same things week after week? Any ideas? Let me know what you think.…

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