Wednesday, September 29, 2021

60IN60 Day 24 - Wed Sept 29

It's Day 24 and we're in Luke 10.

An encouragement as you read the Bible today: in Acts 17:11, it tells of some Christians in Berea who "received the Word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether [what we taught was Biblical]." Let's be like them. 

Where God Spoke To Me:
- Verses 41-42 - How many of us need to heed this?  There are so many things to get done in a day, but "only one thing is needed."

- Verses 4-11 - These are instructions for the disciples when Jesus sent them out.  These are not instructions for all disciples at all times.
- Verse 18 - I take this to mean that Satan was accusing the disciples before God for their unworthiness for the mission that Jesus had sent them on, but the power of God overwhelmed their inadequacies.  Angry, Satan came back down to earth ("fall from heaven like lightning").
- Verse 19 - This is, like verses 4-11, only true for the disciples at that time and not all disciples for all time.

If you want to read the chapter online, here's a link.

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Your Questions and Comments:
- "I think the writer of Ecclesiastes is a miserable person and we are told no one was or has been as wise as Solomon and yet he doesn't have a good relationship with God.  I agree with some of his writings I wish we had studied the book during bible study, imagine there would be a lot of good discussions." - Ecclesiastes is an interesting book.  It gives us insight into the mind that is trying to make sense of the world without having a right relationship with God.  In the end, he fails to find meaning and value in life.  Even if we have great intelligence, without God we are going to find ourselves at a dead end.

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