Click here for the full article.
Read more at the source: Be Agents of Salvation
Article excerpt posted on en.intercer.net from Adventist Review Updates.
See more posts by William Earnhardt I often begin my group Bible studies by having each member share a high and a low for their week. I wonder, if we asked God how His week went, what He would say? We may have seen a child mistreated, but God cried with every child on earth who was mistreated. We may have comforted a friend who just lost a parent. God cried at the bedside of every soul that died that week
Read more at the source: Suffering for a Purpose Brings Happiness
Last Sabbath will certainly go down as an historic day in the journey of the worship communities of this university. Not just because well over a thousand people were fed Haystacks (Heaven’s favorite menu item?) and homemade desserts in Johnson Gym Sabbath afternoon. But also because of the spiritual quest that ignited the Great Exchange between New Life Fellowship and Pioneer Memorial Church Sabbath morning.
Read more at the source: TY 4 The Gr8 Xchange & Koinonia Day Dinner
Article excerpt posted on en.intercer.net from The Fourth Watch.
See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson As we have seen, Peter was writing to believers who were suffering for their faith. And as Christian history has shown, things only got worse, at least for a while. Surely many Christians in the ensuing years found solace and comfort in what Peter wrote. No doubt, many do today, too. Image © Lars Justinen Goodsalt.com Why the suffering?
Read more at the source: Thursday: Faith Amid Trials