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Today, I am thankful that life is not always smooth sailing and that some roses have thorns.
Our quote of thanks is from Priscilla Maurice. She said, "Begin by thanking Him for some little thing, and then go on, day by day, adding to your subjects of praise; thus you will find their numbers grow wonderfully; and, in the same proportion, will your subjects of murmuring and complaining diminish, until you see in everything some cause for thanksgiving."
Our Bible verse of thanks is Romans 7:25. It reads, "I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord. So then with the mind I myself serve the law of God; but with the flesh the law of sin."
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A Time of Fellowship w/Priscilla Price is the radio program that will introduce you to the love and legacy of Jesus. Her fireside chat delivery helps you rediscover the Kingdom and Christ in such a way they you really come to understand how much God loves you and chose you for greatness.
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This week: Bombing! What happens? How does something so well planned take a turn for the worst? Two sources on the subject:
From public radio's This American Life and The Moth - Jeff Simmermon talks about a particularly hard bombing at a Richard Pryor tribute show as well as how he came to develop his long-form joke style. Johnny sits down with Kim Martel. She discusses the physical effect of bombing; what happens to the mind and body.. Plus Kim discusses what shes learned & learning here in the early days of her stand up career.
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Paul left Athens, seemingly unsuccesful there. He next arrived at Corinth, the bawdy underbelly of the Mediterranean. "Blue collar," "red neck" and "lusty" might well describe this city. So decadent was Corinth that any young girl throughout the region who pursued the path of moral looseness was said to have "Corinthianized."
Yet, in this worldly city, Paul's message seemed to resonate with many. He spent 18 months there, impacting many people and much surrounding territory.
While in Corinth Paul had encounters with synagogue leaders, with Roman Proconsuls and with tent makers. Luke records interesting details of all three.
Also--and this is big--Paul began writing letters that were later collected into a major section of our New Covenant documents. Both letters to the Thessalonians were written while Paul was here at Corinth.
We'll enjoy this chapter.