This was The Missus’s and my reading this morning, day 17 of Prof. Grant Horner’s plan. (Except that we read in Portuguese.) It has been a blessing. Often I’ve been reading from a chair on the back porch. Sometimes I read out loud. That’s the Bible way, right? Continue reading →
For your personal prayers, here are two resources to help you get organized, one to print out, another an online email reminder service.
Free prayerjournal in Word (docx). You can download, unzip, and customize it at will. It’s offered by an evangelical lady, it seems. Unfortunate that it’s in a proprietary format, but the super-duper LibreOffice will open it. (If I had her permission, I’d convert it for you into a odt open format.) Continue reading →
You know that when you were pagans you were often led astray by speechless idols, however you were led. 1 Corinthians 12:2 NET
What is spirituality? This was a critical question in Corinth. Paul establishes the criterion: spiritual is he who hears God’s revelation through the Holy Spirit when he speaks about Jesus (v. 3). Continue reading →