What happened on this day 500 years ago? The first parallel translation of God's word was published! Back then, it was called a POLYGLOT - "MULTI-TONGUED" Bible.
Beginning next Tuesday evening December 20, 2011, at sundown Jewish families around the world began celebrating the Jewish holiday of Hanukah, also known as the “Festival of Lights”. For the following 8 days, Jewish families gather each evening around an eight branch candle holder called a “menorah” and light candles while reciting a prayer.
Nothing God has done was haphazard or unplanned. Here is a Bible Study written by a disciple in Jerusalem that brings our responsibility before God to "go an bear fruit" to light. Christianity itself is a festival before God as well!
We don't know what he looked like – yet we recognize his image in all who are born of God. He left us nothing in writing—and yet he is the Word of God, and through his Spirit, the New Testament was inspired and given to us as a precious gift. Here is a podcast lesson from Douglas Jacoby on the main character found in the scriptures - God in the flesh, Jesus the Christ.
The Boston Church of Christ leadership is renewing its commitment to quality teaching in our congregation. A recent taskforce on teaching, comprised of elders, evangelists and teachers, proposed a vision statement for our church: “We believe that in-depth, comprehensive and quality teaching is essential for building and maturing the church and should be provided in every ministry setting for the purpose of Biblically grounding and strengthening the disciples of Jesus.”
To create the greatest worldwide worship service ever for God's glory, Jesus taught the original disciples to pray a petition for God’s reign to be over all the earth.
“Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10