During the Christmas season some worthy expressions for Christendom to consideration. If we, Christians respond in the affirmative, shouldn’t the forth coming prompts make America and the world very different?
“A son honors his father. A servant his master. If I am a Father, where is my honor? And if I am a Master where is My honor? And if, I am a Master, where is the fear of Me? Says the LORD of Hosts to you” Texts: Malachi 1:6a.
We all need to assemble our own action plans in response to His critique. Making sure that we gift our Christ of the season with our humble gratitude and adoration. And in return, here’s one of His many seasonal gifts just for us.
His desired gift from Christendom. “Oh, that you would give thanks to Me for My goodness. For all My wonderful works done on your behave.” And in response, His gift to us. “For I satisfy the longing soul, and fill the hungry soul with goodness.” Developed from Psalms 107:8-9.
Clergy people get sick, vacation, retire or move on. This Padre duly ordained is available to fill that vacancy temporarily. Or perhaps teach a Sunday school class, or an adult Bible study group. Exploring topics chosen by you. From the very conventional, or ones deep into the corridor of topics seldom explored.
For example, David distressed, and praying raised this interesting issue. “Among the gods there is none like You, O LORD; nor are there any works like Your works.” Texts: Psalms 86: 8-9.
And, “Now there was a day, when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan was with them.” Text: Job 1:6.
Then this, “God stands in the congregation of the mighty. He judges among the Gods.” And is rebuked, “How long will you judge unjustly, and show partially to the wicked? And challenged, Defend the poor and the fatherless; do justice to the afflicted and needy. Deliver the poor and needy; free them from the hand of the wicked.” Texts: Psalms 82:1-4.
A galore of topics to explore. Available to expand upon one of them or all of them. Arrangements made through the Contact Us link on my Home page. Living room conversations work well, as do other forums where people can gather.
Clergy people get sick, vacation, retire or move on. This Padre is available to temporarily fill that vacancy. Perhaps teach a Sunday school class. Share in an adult Bible study group. You select the topic from the conventional through the corridors of topics seldom explored.
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