Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4)

Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4) Today we read details about the extensive missionary work of the Apostle Paul; first with Barnabas, then with Silas. Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch and “declared all that God had done with them, and how he had opened a door of faith to the Gentiles”… Read More Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4)

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Today’s thought “… in a spirit of gentleness” (April 4)

Today’s thought “… in a spirit of gentleness” (April 4) There is little, and maybe no “gentleness” in today’s godless world! We saw, as we completed reading Paul’s letter to the Galatians, that, after listing “the works of the flesh” (5:19-21) and warning that all who continued to practice any of them “will not inherit… Read More Today’s thought “… in a spirit of gentleness” (April 4)

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Williamsburg Conference 2015 December 27-31 Joy and Gladness

JOY and GLADNESS Sometimes we rush from one activity to the next in search of another jolt of ever-elusive joy. Other times, we may shy away from overt expressions of joy, preferring an attitude of somber dispassionate aloofness from emotional expression, as if emotions were an indication of insincerity. There has to be something between… Read More Williamsburg Conference 2015 December 27-31 Joy and Gladness

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Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #16 Benefits of praying

Benefits of praying People wonder what is the use of prayer or speaking to someone who we cannot see or hear. Though we cannot see God, He took care that those who are willing to find and to hear Him shall really find and hear Him. In the Holy Scriptures we can see many examples… Read More Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #16 Benefits of praying

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