Month: December 2015

Scripture at Sunrise 12.30.2015

New Life Baptist Church

“Your words were found, and I ate them, and Your words became to me a joy and the delight of my heart, for I am called by Your Name, O LORD, God of hosts.” -Jeremiah 15:16

“Open the Bible every day, and don’t let go of it until God shows up to make it precious to you.” -John Piper

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Meeting Jesus In The Gospels – Why are there four gospels?

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bible writingThere are four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The gospels are not the same, though some have some overlap between them. They were written in different dates, by different authors. All were first account witnesses or researched directly from first account witnesses (meaning they saw, heard and touched Jesus).  This below is a very narrow differentiating of them. And below an additional resource for more notes.

Matthew  for Jewish Audience. The disciple of Jesus, also called Levi – Tax Collector.

Mark  earliest gospel written, Peter was the resource, to Christian gentiles. focuses on Jesus miracles – shows Jesus as the Suffering Son of God. Shortest of the gospels.

Luke – also wrote Acts. Written in very literary Greek, the longest of the Gospels, with more detail and more activity. Written by an evangelist. Luke has most interest in the Holy Spirit, as also seen on the book of Acts.

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A FREE GIFT!

Gihon Publishing Blog: Heavenly Treasures Ministries www.gihonpublishing.co.uk

weekly post 1When you understand God’s Grace you will receive freely what God has for you in the year 2016. You do not have to work for it. He is exceedingly rich in mercy and kindness towards us. He loves us. This love: unsought and undesired has been given freely to undeserving sinners. Nobody deserves God’s love, but He gives it freely. The mercy and kindness He displays to undeserving sinners can never be earned. Nobody deserves it. Mercy is not receiving what you deserve. Grace is receiving what you don’t deserve. God gives both freely.

If you believe in Jesus Christ today it is not something you attained by yourself. While you were dead in trespasses and sins, His Grace met you and caused you to believe. This removes all forms of boasting from the mouths of believers. Anyone in Christ has found themselves there by the grace of God. The…

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The Gospel Matters!

“…all around the world this Gospel is bearing fruit and growing…”  [Colossians 1:6b]

Dear Heavenly Father, awaken Your people with a renewed awareness that the Gospel matters as much today as it mattered to the Apostles.  Increase our zeal for lost souls so that we will proclaim Jesus’ death and resurrection with extraordinary boldness today. Direct me to someone with a prepared heart who will listen and respond according to the convicting power of the Spirit.

Thank You, Lord. We pray in the Name of Jesus and for Your Glory. Amen.

 

 

 

iWitness – January

Seeing God At Work Every Day

Front Cover of iWitness January

I am very pleased to introduce “iWitness January” – a 31 daily devotional book for the month of January.

I invite you to start your year off on a great foot with a daily look at seeing God at work every day through everyday life through everyday people!

Available in Kindle format and Paperback on Amazon.com

May the New Year be filled with all sorts of adventures in pursuing the calling God has placed on your life!

Paperback
http://www.amazon.com/My-January-iWitness-challenge-ourselves/dp/1522966064/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1451459733&sr=8-3&keywords=david+dendy

Kindle
http://www.amazon.com/January-iWitness-challenge-ourselves-everyday-ebook/dp/B019YPN2EC/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1451459733&sr=8-4&keywords=david+dendy


My iWitness…
Laugh often and Fear not!
David!

David@seeinggodatworkeveryday.com
www.daviddendy.com

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