Chariot

18 Dec 18
Edinburgh Daze

If you’re visiting Edinburgh and you’re at a loose end, follow my footsteps and see where your footsteps take you.

18 Dec 18
Enquiry into Plants

They were dressed in pure-white linen robes, heads covered with same-coloured hoods from where threads of long beards emerged. They had a blue hue in the diffused light of the unborn dawn. The air in the wintery forest was dead still, bare trees connecting the dark muddy soil to the low sky, where the first […]

18 Dec 18
Bible Teaching Notes

New American Standard Bible ● Third Message (2:1-9) | Another message of encouragement.

 2:1 On the twenty-first of the seventh month, the word of the Lord came by Haggai the prophet saying, 2:2 “Speak now to Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and to Joshua the son of Jehozadak, the high priest, and to […]

18 Dec 18
Email Devotionals

12.18.2018 – New Testament: Rev 9.7–11 To read the Bible in a year, read Revelation 9 on December 18, In the year of our Lord Christ 2018 By Don Ruhl Revelation 9 shows locusts like how we have never seen before. Picture what John shows us here: The shape of the locusts was like horses […]

18 Dec 18

Chagblog

Headings so far:   Does the Incarnation Guarantee Israel’s Future? A Deuteronomic stance Enter the Resurrection – Key to the Deuteronomic Dusting Off Incarnation The Trinity Trudges Through History; History Walks with the Trinity Tabernacling Bridges Sanctity of Place and Omnipresence Entempling Idolizing the Present “Paga”:  reencountering Yeshua and Israel in the Old Testament where […]

18 Dec 18

cover photo: Children Singing Christmas Carols In A Street Of London In 1960 UNITED KINGDOM – NOVEMBER 12: Young Children Singing Traditional Christmas Carols, Despite The Snow, In London On December 12, 1960. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images) There are so many beautiful and interesting Christmas songs from all over the world that we […]

18 Dec 18
bitterzoet magazine

  * And though the stars came by what you hear stays wet for your hands on the rope   waiting till it’s dark –you hang the wash at night, sure the clothes will dry –by morning you’ll fill the tub again   with her dress and stir till the water turns black smells from […]

18 Dec 18
Bighorn Mites 2018-2019

Gents I’ve added a bit more detail to help setup go a little more smoothly.  Let’s make sure we get the station cards up before anything else.  When we forget them, we lose precious minutes.  It took 6 minutes to get all the kids to the proper station last time.  Also, please try to let […]

18 Dec 18
Year Nine Classical Civilisation at Cheney

In our final lesson of term, we asked you to divide yourself into two teams: “Team Iliad” and “Team Odyssey”. Each team  had at their disposal a couple of props, some biscuits for the planning session, and a section of the story. Team Iliad had our beautiful replica Corinthian Helmet, some rather less beautiful plastic […]

18 Dec 18
From The Darkness Into The Light

Habakkuk 1-3 1 This is the message that the prophet Habakkuk received in a vision. Habakkuk’s Complaint 2 How long, O Lord, must I call for help? But you do not listen! “Violence is everywhere!” I cry, but you do not come to save. 3 Must I forever see these evil deeds? Why must I watch all this […]

18 Dec 18
By and For the gospel

Text: Exodus 2:23-25 Main Point: Jesus came to give the weary rest. Merry Christmas! Why are we so tired? Maybe you are tired because you are following in the footsteps of Martin Luther. Do you know the story of that great German reformer of the 16th century? Before he understood grace and the gospel he […]

18 Dec 18
Brink Bulletin

When I read this classic article this week, I had to pass this on.  We need to be people of faith but our faith must be based upon the Word of God not a false faith that presumes, based on human emotion or the human spirit.  Enjoy this article. THE BIBLICAL BASIS FOR POSITIVE CONFESSION […]

18 Dec 18
Simple Living

My Greatest Christmas Memory It was 1967, and the year leading up to my greatest Christmas memory was one of the most difficult that my family ever faced. Earlier in the year, my mother had her first bipolar episode and was hospitalized in Arizona. In response, my grandmother and aunt went out and brought my […]

18 Dec 18
Short n Sweet!

My Greatest Christmas Memory It was 1967, and the year leading up to my greatest Christmas memory was one of the most difficult that my family ever faced. Earlier in the year, my mother had her first bipolar episode and was hospitalized in Arizona. In response, my grandmother and aunt went out and brought my […]