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Daily Devotion Become Fishers Of Men
King James Bible Daily Devotion â€“ Learning Scripture One Day At A Time
Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Chapters: Mark 1-2 http://imfollowingjesus.com/Bible-Reading-286.html
Message Title: Become Fishers Of Men
Hello My Friend,
The Gospel of Mark is the second book of the New Testament, the forty-first book of the Bible, and contains sixteen chapters. The Author of the book is Mark and it was written to all believers, particularly intended to get the attention of the Romans, the Gentiles, who represented Jesus as a servant of God. The timeline for these events is approximately between 30AD-33AD. The purpose of the book was to present the ministry of Jesus, stressing His role as a servant and the Son of man. What we are to learn from the book is that we should seek to minister or serve others. The purpose for all four Gospels was to present the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ to both Jew and Gentile and to show all that we who receive the Gospel are to minister it to... (more)
preacher314 they all come for violence
They all come for violence, with faces pressing forward;
they gather captives like sand. At kings they scoff, and
of rulers they make sport. They laugh at every fortress,
and heap up earth to take it. Then they sweep by like
the wind; they transgress and become guilty; their own
might is their god! Habakkuk 1:9-11
Until the lions have their own historians, the history of
the hunt will always glorify the hunter.
Though the self-styled gods of the world claim victory
through violence, we know that no violence is too great,
no power too strong, no darkness too deep to overcome
you Lord. We praise you, Almighty God of Hosts, that you
have chosen the weak and powerless as friends.
Argh Not The Pony Segueing into evenings
This week has been good but minorly stressful
Friday we had our housewarming, it was really fun! Sam came first and then Mary, Rebecca and Ellie with Rhian who for once fitted us into her busy schedule hahahaha and Camilla, Kathrine and Amalie and then later on Viktor and a shit ton of Swedish people lol but like there were more but they were the main people I spoke to and it was cute! Drank some but not enough to be drunk and it was really nice but I was tiredSaturday chilled with Sebastian, we went to Barone after a long absence lol and that was really nice, then we went to get his haircut then we cuddled and I had a little nap and the builders redid our worktops and fixed our split pipe and it was chill, in the evening me and Eline watched a shit film and made popcorn and I had tea and we turned the lights off and we had a mini cinema and it was niceSunday I read all day and listened to 1Xtra and then in the late afternoon/evening I went on a one hour walk and ended up in Hackney... (more)
Random Mind Love
Love. It's a word that is easily spoken in this age. A word that almost anyone will be quick to believe. What people don't realize, when they assume they are "in love", is the types of love they could be feeling. It's hard to truly tell if you're "In Love" with someone versus, loving them as a friend, or loving the thought of being "in love". For anyone, this can be hard to establish. Take a second to think back on every relationship in which you said, "I love you", and point out what you may have actually been feeling. Now, look at the relationship you're in now, or thinking about starting, and notice the difference in the feelings... Use what you felt before, through out, and ending to help you better understand weather or not or "in love", or "in love" with the idea.
The Common Ills Outrage over â€˜war crimeâ€™ as US bombs kill 22 people in an Afghan hospital...
Outrage over â€˜war crimeâ€™ as US bombs kill 22 people in an Afghan hospital (Judith Orr)
This is from Great Britain's Socialist Worker:
Outrage over â€˜war crimeâ€™ as US bombs kill 22 people in an Afghan hospital
by Judith Orr
The aftermath of the Kunduz hospital bombing in Afghanistan (Pic: MSF)
US bombs killed 22 people in a hospital in Kunduz in northern Afghanistan last Saturday. The dead included 12 doctors and ten patients.
The hospital was run by charity Medicines sans Frontiers (MSF).
Lajos Zoltan Jecs, an MSF nurse based in the hospital, described the carnage as the US plane circled and bombarded them.
He said, â€œIt was absolutely terrifying. There are no... (more)