The following encouragement comes from the weekly Gagetown MCF group. The group is fervently led by Padre Andrew Whitman with his insights on scripture, Jimmy Damiani with his humble prayerfulness, and Jeff Page with his cheerful faithfulness.
Good morning everyone!
Well, it’s March break and I am sorry, I should have put this email out last week. I know I will be getting a lot of out-of-office replies, I’m sure, but for those of you that are still here, this is just to let you know there will be a stand down for the bible study/prayer group this week. That’s not to say we don’t need to pray/study and read Gods word. In saying this, I got some homework for you for next Thursday (Mar 16th). Start reading 2 Peter, all of chapter 3. When you have finished, here are a few questions that you can think about and we can talk about it when we meet after the March Break…
- What is Peter trying to do by writing 2 Peter? (2 Peter 3:1-2)
- Did Peter see any difference in the authority of Old Testament prophets or what the apostles have written? (2 Peter 3:2)
- God is keeping the present heavens and earth for judgment. How will God judge them? (2 Peter 3:7)
- Why is God delaying judgment? (2 Peter 3:9)
- How should we regard the mockers’ accusation that the Lord isn’t coming? (2 Peter 3:15)
Our Heavenly Father, I ask you to keep safe and close to your heart all those who are traveling home and visiting family this week. Watch over them Lord; keep your hand of protection upon them. Also my Lord, I ask that you open our minds to your word in our studies and help us to be the people you want us to be. Help us to be ready for that day when you come again, and look forward to the day you will clean sin from this world once and for all. My God, thank you for your Son and the sacrifice he did for us; how we are washed clean by his blood. We are now safe with you and we praise you and we thank you, in his name, Jesus Christ …Amen!
Have a Great Day!
Keep your head up! GOD gives his hardest battles to his strongest SOLDIERS…
So as we go through our day let us go out to help and to care for all that need it, in Jesus’ name…Amen!