Let’s see if we can wrap up this discussion on prophecy today. I’d really like to get back to the Psalm 23 Adventure next week if at all possible.
Merry Christmas, Everyone! Back when I was the Associate Pastor at Full Gospel Assembly in Salt Lake City, the Senior Pastor was a big Greek fellow by the name of Bill Christopulos.
Let’s see if we can cover a continuing picture of the purpose of prophecy. We began this topic a couple weeks ago, and I’d like to wrap it up today if at all possible
Continuing from last week’s sharing, I’d like to share with you a perspective of prophecy that comes from a lifetime of walking with the Lord.
Temperature sure is different in these parts. I thought I was still pretty much an Alaskan, but after this past year in central Texas, something sure has changed. Got up yesterday morning, and it was 30 degrees here in Selah, Washington.
When Thanksgiving comes, everyone's scurrying around, getting their turkey, the dressing fixin's, cranberries, sweet potatoes, and all that other stuff that goes with a Thanksgiving dinner.
Before we get back to where we left off in the 23rd Psalm Adventure, let me comment briefly on the continuing fallout from the presidential election.
We’ll get to the next picture in our list of purposes and designs of the Lord in walking in the Paths of Righteousness shortly, but I’ve just remembered a couple of other stories that add to what we just shared last week in our discussion on walking and living by revelation rather than humanly acquired knowledge.
We were going to continue this week with our Psalm 23 Adventure, but with the general election coming up in just a few days, it seemed appropriate to take a break and share the following things with you.
Three weeks ago, we took a break in our discussion of the purposes and objectives that the Lord has for us in walking in these Paths of Righteousness.