Thursday, July 12, 2012

Checking in ...

I just wanted to check in.  Yes, I’m working on a summary of Sunday’s class, so if you’ve been looking, it should be finished and posted tomorrow (Fri, 7/13) … LORD willing!  We studied the remainder of Jonah 1 in case you want to read ahead.
In preparation for this Sunday’s lesson (7/15/12), I would like for you to think about a verse that holds personal meaning for you.  Mine is one that I had seen 100 times (probably more), but one day … out-of-the-blue, it became more than just words on a page. 
For those of you who attend class, I would like for us to share with each other this Sunday (as you feel led).  For our on-line friends, it would be AWESOME if you added a comment to this post!  I'll be adding our class Scripture list early in the week.
Talk to you soon.

1 comment:

  1. My verse is Matthew 9: 36-38 (I like the Amplified Bible's translation)

    36 When He saw the throngs, He was moved with pity and sympathy for them, because they were bewildered (harassed and distressed and dejected and helpless), like sheep without a shepherd.

    37 Then He said to His disciples, The harvest is indeed plentiful, but the laborers are few.

    38 So pray to the Lord of the harvest to force out and thrust laborers into His harvest.