THE TEMPLE: A Place of Worship
(Adapted from the Living Way STUDENT WORKBOOK)
Matthew 21:12-17; Mark 11:15-19; Luke 19:45-48; and John 2:13-22
Many years ago, before Christ came into the world, God provided more things for people to see when they worshiped Him. Burnt offerings, priests with beautiful clothing, the Ark of the Covenant, tables of stone with the Ten Commandments written on them, and other things helped people worship God. When the time came that Israel was called out of slavery and was, therefore, God’s chosen people, they also had a special place of worship.
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For Today…Monday, October 15th 2015
Outside my window…mina birds call joyfully at daybreak, but not after the cement mixers on the property behind us begin their work.
Continue reading DAYBOOK–October 5, 2015
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,100 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 52 trips to carry that many people.
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With the assignment for BLOGGING 201: SET THREE GOALS the class is to brainstorm and actually write down three things we plan to carry through. My own plans are gradually developing as I choose various topics and the categories I plan to use for those.
My main goal right now is actually learning to set up a blog so that it has a future. Randomness is not my style, so this site needs to be arranged in such a way that it can be useful to me for a very long time. Little by little that seems to be happening.
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Typing classes in my school were taught using these old Royal or Remington typewriters and yet we still communicated with the world. We got jobs, found mates, had children and even educated them. We went through college doing our papers on those old things, but today we have computers and what is more we have blogs. Ah, yes, blogs.
Continue reading BLOGGING 101: Teacher Evaluation and Farewell to the Class