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Over the years I have posts on my blog on the self-attesting nature of the Bible.  See Master’s Thesis: The Self-Attesting Nature of the New Testament Canon by John Gordon Duncan, Quick Thoughts on the self attesting nature of the Bible and Introduction to Hermeneutics Series: Session Four: The Doctrine of the Self-Attesting Word of God.

I believe the Word of God when read is powerful to draw people to Himself and save sinners.

Here’s my own testimony.

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I usually forget to take pictures when I do ministry; even more so with missions where there’s issues of sensitivity with security. Sometimes also there’s ministry going I just didn’t get around to taking much pictures.

But I do want to share stories.

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I am now home from my missions trip.  Basically my trip back home began 10 PM on Thursday California Time (Pacific Standard Time) and I got back on Sunday.

Thank you all for your prayers.  I think I was more fatigue with jet lag with this trip than other previous trips.  I must be getting older.

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Do you ever hear some mockers of the faith say that on the Great Judgment Day they will stand before God and bravely accuse God of wrong doing and God not being fair, or they wish to express blasphemy towards God?

Never felt comfortable when people say that.

But I don’t think it will turn out the way they think.

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So many things going on this week.

A quick post. Notice this past week every day I hear objection to Christianity because religion has done bad things.

In fact it seems every week I hear that.

So here I want to share a post I wrote on this topic that I recently revisited and found it helpful for myself; funny how that works.

Responding to Objection against Christianity: Religion causes problems

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This is a thought about Jesus I had this week.

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First weekend of the month are typically more busy for me than other weekends during the month.

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When During the Day Do you Read the Bible?

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Here’s a comment/question that a brother asked that others have recently asked me something similar so I thought I write a post so it help others too:

I realized I didn’t have a good understanding of this, but the physical act of church attendance isn’t exactly commanded but more so a manifestation/fruit of a believer, is that correct?  I’m referencing to Acts 2:42

The brother made a good observation.  Some further thoughts:

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Joel James. Help! I Can’t Handle All These Trials. Wapwallopen, PA: Shepherd Press, September 26, 2014. 64 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

Are you looking for a book concerning how to handle the trials of life?  This counseling “mini-books” is immensely helpful with this issue.  I have previously read four booklets from this series and this title is also another good one from this series.  I highly recommend this volume.

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Going to take a break from our Sunday Church series to write this post in light of everything going on in America with the issue of police, race and rioting.

Remember in the next few days you are going to see and hear a lot of things from others that can be better worded or nuanced.  We got to practice a lot of grace at this time.  You will very likely see wrongs and evil done from all sides of the political spectrum.  Yes you can call them out.

But be very careful of saying “All ___ are like that” or “Every ____ is _____.”

Please be very careful of this kind of thinking at this time.

Christians should be careful of such fallacious thinking in general.  Christians should especially be careful of this kind of fallacy at this time.

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Edit: If you like this book check out our review of volume 5!

I haven’t done our blog’s “wee-kids Wednesdays” lately but here’s this week’s review of Children’s books.  While this week’s review of children’s books aren’t Christian works they are still something homeschool kids and parents would appreciate!

Geronimo Stilton.  Geronimo Stilton Reporter #4: The Mummy With No Name. New York, NY: Papercutz, January 28th 2019. 56 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

Looking for more fun with the mouse reporter Geronimo Stilton and his family and friends?  This is my favorite volume out of four thus far in the “Geronimo Stilton Reporter” series published by Papercutz.

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Wow I guest I accidentally scheduled two posts on the same day where one was suppose to be for today!  Back in the US, waiting in the airport.  It’s been a crazy 40 hours travel.  Basically fights were running late, planes were rescheduled and tickets stub didn’t match the terminal, etc.  I never had so many close calls where we were the last ones in our flights for some of our travel.

But the best part is the teaching.  And in that light we had it easier than some of those who came to the conference who literally risked their lives to travel to us.

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Note: This is a guest post since presently I am overseas.  This is by  Patrick of Cave to the Cross Apologetics. His site be found here.  It is a treasure trove of book discussions on sound biblical theology and apologetics.

1,518,207,412.

That is the number of websites existed at the beginning of this year.

32.8 million.

That is the number of books you can buy from Amazon.

Today we are able to gorge ourselves in a feast of information that would have made the scholars in the Library of Alexandria faint from overload. We are more connected to different people. We are able to interact with different ideas and groups. We are able to access news from the other side of the world as it’s happening. We are able to access all that information while doing the most mundane activities from a small handheld device that would have been science fiction 30 years ago. We are gluttons for information.

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Purpose: To explore and know more about God’s creation of Anklosaurus.

 

Book(s) read:

 

Other tools:

Paper

Pencil

Crayons

Pictures of dinosaurs

Measuring tape

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn general knowledge about Ankylosaurus.
  2. Illustrate what is learned in this lesson about Ankylosaurus.
  3. Learn a spiritual lesson concerning God’s creation of Ankylosaurus.

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