The Weekend Word

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  1. brian says:

    Had a long diatribe but I thought no, there is much compelling about this video.

  2. uriahisaliveandwell says:


    Weekend Word brought to mind this article:

    Not saying I agree or disagree, but thought it timely to share.

  3. Nonnie says:

    The sermon at church was from Eph. 2. “He is our peace……” Amen

  4. uriah,
    Actually that article is very timely. I am teaching today on Hebrews 6 and I am bringing up the difference between the visible and invisible church.

  5. PP Vet says:

    In Washington DC this morning for some reason … looking out the window at Calvary Baptist where my mother and her sister went to Sunday School as little girls almost a hundred years ago.

    When my aunt died she raised her hands and said her deceased sister’s name … apparently welcoming her into glory … those girls are in heaven now.

    I love the gospel.

    This town is overrun with Delta Sigma Thetas this weekend …. they are all worshiping together at the stadium now … appears to be quite a marvelous organization.

    Saw Paul McCartney perform Friday night … a lovely person, for a big star … not sure why I am running into the Beatles so much lately.

    Stopped by to visit another aunt in North Carolina … she accepted Christ Thursday … in a few weeks, if she lives that long, she will be 97. The next morning I took Billy Graham Parkway to the airport.

    This unworthy devil loves the Gospel.

  6. Gary says:

    Early this morning I had a worship experience (service) with this guy John Piper. Great video, Brian. Thanks for posting it.

  7. Muff Potter says:

    Thanks for pointing out the difference between small and large ‘c’ catholic. There will always be those who care not, and who will always want jihad against their Catholic brethren anyway. Sad.

  8. Gary says:

    Old Wisconsin pike know the difference between lures, crawlers on hooks, and lily pad fauna safe to nibble on.

  9. filbertz says:

    had an informal ‘church’ service on our cafe patio Saturday night with a friend performing on his keyboard for our customers…he worked some classic hymns into the mix and everyone really enjoyed it, including several who were from out of town. It was very informal and natural.

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