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  • Eugene Adkins 7:18 pm on 2017-01-31 Permalink | Reply
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    Did you know Esther did something for you? 

    Did you know Queen Esther – yes that Queen Esther – did something for you?

    After Mordecai and Esther exchange some serious messages about the newly legislated Persian law concerning the Jews and the seriousness of inviting one’s self into King Ahasuerus’ presence, the Bible says: (More …)

  • TFRStaff 8:58 am on 2015-04-25 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1 Timothy 3:16, , , , , gospel to the gentiles, , Jesus' ascension, , , plan of God, ,   

    April 2015 Issue of Christian Worker (Godliness) 

    Here’s a link to the latest PDF issue of the Christian Worker.

    Here are the topics that you will find:

    • “God Was Manifest in the Flesh” (Tom Moore)
    • “Great is the Mystery of Godliness” (Sam Willcut)
    • “Justified in the Spirit” (Trent Kennedy)
    • “Seen of Angels” (Kris Groda)
    • “Preached unto the Gentiles” (Bobby Burris)
    • “Believed on in the World” (Sean Embree)
    • “Received up into Glory” (Jacob Rutledge)

    Christian Worker is an edification effort of the Southwest church of Christ in Austin, Texas.

    You can subscribe to the email version of the Christian Worker paper by clicking on the publications link on their website and then following the given instructions…or by clicking on the link provided here in The Fellowship Room under the “Friends” category to your right.

    Copyright © 2015 Southwest church of Christ, All rights reserved.

  • J. Randal Matheny 6:27 am on 2014-11-15 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Christian system, plan of God   

    The Perfect Plan 

    In The Slight Edge, Jeff Olson says to start with a plan, any plan. It doesn’t have to be perfect. In fact, it ought not to be. You shouldn’t spend so much time planning that you lose energy and enthusiasm in the start. Good advice for human projects. Later on, that plan will get tweaked and adapted as needed.

    Isn’t it good to know that when we start the plan of God, it’s already mapped out for us, all the way through to the end? We don’t have to spend time and energy making up the plan. He’s already done it for us. We can jump into it immediately with our full energies, knowing that the plan is perfect and will carry us to the final goal.

    The plan is simple, effective, appropriate to our needs and challenges, and immediately available to us. All we have to do is run with it.

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