Friday, June 17, 2011
A Good Question: "Do you think your principle ['if you merely participate in a gambling contest with a desire to win, you are guilty of coveting that which belongs to your neighbor'] applies exclusively to gambling, or does it apply to any and all forms of competitive activity? For example, if I enter a boxing match, or any other competitive activity, I am entering it to win. Does this mean that I am guilty of violating the tenth commandment by coveting my opponents title, belt, or even reputation? It seems to me that it does, but I'm not sure."
Posted by steve at 10:27 AM
When to Stop Teaching Evangelism Classes « Stone the Preacher: "We’ve been teaching Way of the Master classes for almost 5 years at our church and sometimes in our home, too. The last class we taught at church only had 4 people."
Posted by steve at 10:24 AM
Doulos Iesou Christou: Observation, The Analogy of the Faith, and a Glass of Wine (Part 1): "How can we endorse something that impairs your judgment to know when to stop, knowing that if we fail to stop it also leads to great ruin?"
Posted by steve at 10:22 AM
Harvest Daily Devotion for 6/17/2011: "The Mountaintops of Life": "Have you ever had one of those special moments in God's presence? Maybe it was during a devotional time when you prayed and asked God to speak to you as you opened His Word and committed your day to Him."
Posted by steve at 9:07 AM