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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Greetings Bible Enthusiast!

Last week we saw that it is God's will that we rejoice always. Kind of hard to do when things aren't going well. Sometimes people think that if they are in God's perfect will, they shall meet no opposition or obstacles. John Benton encourages us, "Opposition or obstacles do not necessarily mean that a certain course of action is not God's will for us."

God Bless You!
Annie

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--TODAY'S NOT SO TRIVIAL TRIVIA QUESTION:

Q. Are there private interpretations of prophecy of Scripture?

Answer below.

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--DAILY BIBLE VERSE:

Rejoice always, pray without ceasing... for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

1 Thessolonians 5:16-18

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--TODAY'S BIT OF WISDOM/REFLECTION:

Because the will of God is the glory of heaven, the doing of it is the blessedness of heaven. As the will of done, the kingdom of heaven comes into the heart.

-Andrew Murray

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--FEATURED FUNNY:

At the prestigious university I attend, there is a clear hierarchy that outlines how long one was to wait for a class to begin if the professor were absent. A full professor rated fifteen minutes. An associate only ten. A mere instructor was expected to be on time, if not early. This system worked only one way, however; and students were afforded no such grace.

It was to be expected, therefore, that one professor, the foremost authority in his field by his own admission, would register distinct annoyance when the student, just out of military service, was late for class for the third morning running.

"Tell me," the professor began, "exactly what did they say in the Army when you sauntered in late like this?"

"Well," mused the unperturbed young man... "first they saluted, then they asked, 'How are you this morning, sir?'"

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--ANSWER TO TRIVIA QUESTION:

Q. Are there private interpretations of prophecy of Scripture?

A. NO!

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.

2 Peter 1:20-21

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