This week on the website 10-3-20

A recap of all our featured posts this week. Catch up on the Q&A, the daily Psalms, and articles. This week, we featured A New Race of Human … Commentary on Ephesians, Pt. 4 and Why Ezekiel 38 Will Precede Daniel 9.

This week we completed one of my favorite series on the Book of Ephesians! Here are two excerpts  I love:

When He brought the gospel to the Church, God asked us to adopt a certain standard of behavior in gratitude for what He had freely given us. Ours is an unconditional blessing based on faith. Instead of trying to please Him for fear of losing our blessings, the Church is taught to please Him out of gratitude for the fact that our blessings can’t be lost. This is the essential difference between Law and Grace. Jew and Gentile alike are called to obedience. God’s standards have not been abandoned or even lowered. What has changed is the motivation for our behavior. Rather than fear, it’s now gratitude.


…show each other and the world in general what a blessing it is to be in a relationship with the Living God. Approach each day with music in your heart, praying about everything, being fearful of nothing, and thankful for anything.

Wise counsel always, but especially in 2020!

Here’s a recap of this week’s featured posts, in case you missed any:

On the blog

Our week in review posts were getting incredibly long, so I’m breaking them up now. I’ll link to each part so it’s still easy to follow along. See the two outreach links above for pictures from our week.


Commentary on the Psalms



Thank you for your love, your prayers for those we serve around the world! It’s absolutely amazing what happens when we come together and follow the Lord’s leading. I’m beyond grateful for you all!

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♥ Samantha