"...there is no mistake so great as that of being always right." —SAMUEL BUTLER, 17th-century British satirist Samuel Butler, (baptized February 8, 1612, Strensham,Worcestershire, England—died September 25, 1680, London) was an English poet and satirist. He is famous for penning Hudibras, a burlesque poem and the first English satire to make a notable and successful attack … Continue reading English Poet Samuel Butler + James 3
Ephesians 3:17-19 is a popular choice. The print can be bought on etsy. The version below is from the New Century Bible, a simplified Bible text aimed at children with limited vocabulary skills, much like the Gleason's New Life Bible. Recently, the NCV text was combined with The Youth Bible and updated in 2007. 17 I … Continue reading Most Powerful Prayers #35 How Wide, How Long, How High, and How Deep
Jesus falls asleep I got the video from the official church site.
A complete Bible was a desirable goal but the Old Testament is considerably longer than the New Testament, and the New Testament had already required four years to complete. However, something happened at this time to make translation faster..and it was the advent of the personal computer. Incredibly in the same four years that it … Continue reading Is the NT enough?
I found some great youtubes to listen to holy music this day....for those who cannot make church. Listen to this one...of course they are all Greek.
DECEMBER 24, 2011 7:00 A.M. Elisabeth’s Barrenness and OursWho celebrates a birth nowadays? Our lesson today comes from the Gospel according to Luke. No, no, not the manger, the shepherds, the wise men, any of that stuff, but the other birth: “But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zacharias: for thy prayer is heard; … Continue reading Elizabeth had a baby