Contributed on Jul 30, 2013
All who proclaim salvation in Christ must be 1) Content with the Lord’s Provision (Luke 10:2-4), 2) Faithful to the Lord’s Message (Luke 10:5–9), and 3) Diligent to declare Judgment (Luke 10:10–12).
For those who were eagerly awaiting the latest birth to the British royal family, there was an unusual stealth campaign. Members of the family and staff were tight lipped as to the gender and name of the child until birth. The announcement of the birth was through a combination of posted notices ...read more
Contributed on Aug 5, 2013
In relating to our Neighbor’s about their Need for eternal life, Jesus shows us how to: 1) Relate to our Neighbor’s Needs (Lk 10:25), 2) Recommend to our Neighbor’s about their Need (Lk 10:26–28), the danger to 3) Reject our Neighbor’s Need (Lk 10:29-37)
Battling ever-rising levels of distrust of Canada’s legal class, the Ontario Bar Association is mounting what may be the largest effort yet to defend the reputations of the country’s lawyers: A campaign that emphasizes the idealistic reasons they went to law school in the first place. ...read more
Contributed on Aug 12, 2013
In Prioritizing the Word of God, we must be : 1) Devoted to the Best (Luke 10:38-39), without settling for and being: 2) Distracted from the Good (Luke 10:40-42).
The word “priority” is a commonly used one today. Books and seminars purporting to teach people how get their lives in order by understanding and setting their priorities abound. As people’s lives become more frenetic, frantic, disjointed, and disconnected, they battle to stay ...read more