Monthly Archives: June 2017

I Married a Saint

Wednesday, June 28                    Earlier editions of the KJV entitled the gospels St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John.  This reflects the early Church’s practice of honoring godly people, a … Continue reading

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Multiple Crops

Monday, June 26                       The harvest mentioned in yesterday’s blog referred to those thousands of people who needed to be brought into the kingdom of God.  In Mt. 9:35-38, Jesus … Continue reading

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The Harvest is Plentiful

Sunday, June 25                    Please read these three short passages:  Mt. 9:35-38, Lk. 10:1-4, John 4:34-38.  What do they have in common?  Matthew records Jesus’ preaching, teaching, and healing in Galilee—with the … Continue reading

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Teaching and Preaching

Saturday, June 24                  Most Bible scholars divide Jesus’ ministry into three parts, teaching, preaching, and healing.  The healing part is distinct enough, but what is the difference between teaching and preaching?  I … Continue reading

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Those Despised Jews

Friday, June 23                        Israel was despised by their surrounding nations in O.T. times.  And they were also hated in succeeding generations under four different Empires.  They are still hated … Continue reading

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Lights in a Darkening World

Thursday, June 22                 Human nature remains the same.  The sin nature continues to plague us.  And it’s not limited to the secular world.  The Church has succumbed to worldly standards.  Egotistical titles … Continue reading

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Tuesday, June 20                               Dormant Egos Titles are important, but they can corrupt.  There are not many titles used in the O.T.  Probably the first was priests, established in Israel during the exodus from Egypt.  Moses had no title, nor did … Continue reading

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