Today’s thought “What sorrow awaits rebellious people” (December 17)

Yesterday we read how all were required to gather together, even the shameful nation, before the decree of God takes effect and that day passes like windblown chaff, before the Lord’s fierce anger comes upon us, before the day of the Lord’s wrath comes upon you. (Zephania 2:1-2) By the prophecy of Zephania and other… Read More Today’s thought “What sorrow awaits rebellious people” (December 17)

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Today’s thought “Slow to anger and great in power” (December 10)

Today we began reading the prophet Nahum and his “oracle concerning Nineveh”. This city and nation (Assyria) was the great power of that earlier generation before Babylon became great. Remarkably it had repented at the preaching of Jonah and we reason that there was still some awe of Israel’s God at that time – flowing… Read More Today’s thought “Slow to anger and great in power” (December 10)

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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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Today’s thought July 12 Reading 1 – 1 Samuel 25 Faithful wife of the wicked Nabal

Commenting on the example of Abigail — the faithful wife of the wicked Nabal — Jane Roberts writes: “It sometimes happens that the husband is overbearing, and forgets the conditions which engender a loving and ready service on the part of his wife. He neglects the working out of his pattern, and takes to admonishing… Read More Today’s thought July 12 Reading 1 – 1 Samuel 25 Faithful wife of the wicked Nabal

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An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

For Christadelphians or Brothers in Christ it is important to walk in the ways Jesus Christ showed us to walk, after God.  In the Bible the word “Walk” is also used to denote our conduct in this life or our walk in life. Too many who call themselves Christian do seem to forget that. They… Read More An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

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Memorizing wonderfully 60 Written for learning to have hope

Romans 15:4 4 Whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning that we through PATIENCE and COMFORT of the SCRIPTURES might have HOPE. * To remember 2Sa 23:2 The Spirit of Jehovah spake {1 } by me, And his word was upon my tongue. {1) Or in } Ac 1:16 Brethren, it was needful that… Read More Memorizing wonderfully 60 Written for learning to have hope

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Today’s thought “God remembered Noah and all the beasts and all the livestock that were with him in the ark” (January 04)

Today’s thought “God remembered Noah and all the beasts and all the livestock that were with him in the ark” (January 04) Yesterday we came to read the history of Noah where the Divine Creator gave the people a period of 120 years, in which they could repent of their sinful ways. There we got… Read More Today’s thought “God remembered Noah and all the beasts and all the livestock that were with him in the ark” (January 04)

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When having found faith through the study of the Bible we do need to do works of faith

When we have found the Word of God and started reading the Bible with an open mind, letting the words come to us like they are written, it shall transform our inner self, if we allow it to do that. When we do come into the faith, believing in One God and believing in His… Read More When having found faith through the study of the Bible we do need to do works of faith

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Overcome division with core values

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Conflict management 101 “Virtually all theorists of conflict management agree that parties to a conflict must share larger or ultimate values in common as a basis on which to resolve their differences.”  (Hugh Halverstadt, Managing Church Conflict, p. 212). Two important examples Two areas that significantly disrupt unity are differences in giftedness effecting…

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