From www.EllenWhite.info

January13

Sketches From The Life of Paul

by Ellen G. White


Chapter 2: Conversion of Saul

The mind of Saul was greatly stirred by the triumphant death of Stephen. He was shaken in his prejudice; but the opinions and arguments of the priests and rulers finally convinced him that Stephen was a blasphemer; that Jesus Christ whom he preached was an impostor, and that those ministering in holy offices must be right…

http://www.ellenwhite.info/books/bk-slp-02.htm

Friends,

January5

I hope by now you know that occasionally I mess up. Though not intentional I still feel the need to apologize. I thought I had Friday evenings sermon scheduled. I didn’t, as you well know. My apologies. It’s up now. Enjoy.

I hope you had a wonderful Sabbath Day!

Sue

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Ripping Apart Society

January5

Anonymous – This will Change Everything You Know… (2018-2019


Question of the day: Have you had your dopamine fix today?

On the other hand, the internet can also be a tool for spreading the gospel to millions of people. So we all have a choice in what we do with this tool.

We also need to set some limits with ourselves as to how much time we as individuals and our families are willing to invest being on the internet.

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From the Huffington Post – July 20, 2013

December31

Why Christians Were Denied Access to Their Bible for 1,000 Years

Bernard Starr


From the article:

The Council of Nicaea called by the Emperor Constantine met in 325 C.E. to establish a unified Catholic Church. At that point no universally sanctioned Scriptures or Christian Bible existed. Various churches and officials adopted different texts and gospels. That’s why the Council of Hippo sanctioned 27 books for the New Testament in 393 C.E. Four years later the Council of Cartage confirmed the same 27 books as the authoritative Scriptures of the Church.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/bernard-starr/why-christians-were-denied-access-to-their-bible-for-1000-years_b_3303545.html

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