Proverbs 31 Woman

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The Proverbs 31 Woman King Lemuel’s mother warns him of the dangers of women and wine. In different ways, both have brought down great leaders. Both are certainly distractions to a king’s true work—defending the poor. (Voice) Proverbs 31: 10-31 fascinates, inspires, convicts—and exhausts me. Since some of the activities and examples aren’t as relevant […]

Who Would Be a Teacher?

Written by Paul Ellis on Escape to Reality Blog
June 16, 2014

(1) We are all called to preach and teach the gospel, every single one of us (Mark 16:15; Heb 5:12), so don’t let anyone silence you just because you’re not as eloquent as the next guy. You have a story to tell – a God-written story – so tell yours anyway you can. The world needs to hear it!

(2) Graceless comments like that kill dreams. Some of you are gifted teachers but you don’t know it yet and if you listen to this guy you never will. Don’t let anyone squash your dreams. Step out and be who God made you to be.

All of us must die eventually. Our lives are like water spilled out on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again. But God does not just sweep life away; instead, he devises ways to bring us back when we have been separated from him.  2 Samuel 14:14 NLT

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DAB May 20 2014 Journal

My thoughts on today’s Daily Audio Bible reading— 1 Samuel 26–28 David spares Saul’s life—again David once again pays a visit to Saul while he is asleep. David once again spares Saul’s life. Again, no one woke up, because the Lord had put them into a deep sleep. The same Hebrew word is used in Genesis […]