The Daily Discovery (January 6, 2017)

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ARTICLES I LIKE FROM AROUND THE WEB: (Click title to go to full article) Passion Without Knowledge Is Deadly – “Although some really good things have come out of the Passion movement, there have been some questionable things emerge through the years as well. This year, another strange thing happened at Passion that’s causing people to ask important questions. No matter how passionate we are, if our passions are unbridled and not submissive to the Holy Spirit, it will lead to sin. Passion without knowledge is deadly.” The Commandment We Forgot: Honoring the Dishonorable – “Today we continue this series on honoring our parents, the series that considers how we, as adults, can fulfill the fifth commandment. Behind it is … Read More

The Daily Discovery (December 28, 2016)

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ARTICLES I LIKE FROM AROUND THE WEB: (Click title to go to full article) Three Reasons Why You Should Read the Whole Bible in 2017 – “Throughout 2017, we will remember the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. It was during the dark days of the sixteenth century that the light of God’s Word came bursting forth from the dungeons of the Roman Catholic Church. Each year at the end of December, many people choose a reading plan for the upcoming year only to find themselves failing to keep pace as the weeks pass. It may surprise you to know how many people in your church have not read the entire Bible. This year would be a wonderful time to … Read More

Where Do I Begin?!: How to Effectively Study the Bible

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2 Timothy 3:16-17  “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.”  once heard it said that the Bible is the only book someone reads in which they are encouraged to start somewhere other than the beginning.  Sound familiar?  I think to truly understand the value of that comment, one must understand exactly what the Bible is and what it’s not.  This article from the Resurgence sums it up very well: