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Daily Bible Reading (Monday, May 15th)

May 15, 2017 3 Comments

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Bruce Blakey

May 15, 2017

Do not hold this sin against them. Stephen echoed the words of His Lord when he prayed for those who were killing him. This gives us insight into his heart as he rebukes his stiff-necked fellow Jews. He couldn't have been harsh or unloving in his rebuke but rather he cared about their spiritual well-being and strongly warned them so that they might turn to Christ. And some of them, like Saul, did come to Christ. That is a powerful message to me. Rebukes and warnings must come from a heart that loves and cares about the spiritual condition of others. I want to be more like Stephen.

Arturo (Gordie)

May 15, 2017

Yes sir brother Josiah. I hear you loud and clear. And with that might I add, what a captivating witness that until glorification I pray that Jesus use me to witness as He may during this sanctification period for His glory alone, His gospel as He has commanded. I was noticing the years that had passed while Stephen was speaking about Moses. Correct me if I'm wrong but was Moses over 100 by the time all was said and done. Reflecting on verses 23, 30 and 36 brings the age to 122 if that's correct. Nevertheless, thanking the Holy Spirit for passionate disciples who proclaim God's Word without resistance...

Josiah Lowe

May 15, 2017

What a powerful passage! It truly reveals the sin nature of man, and their willingness to reject the truth and to live the lie. What an amazing thing it would be to have the faith of Stephen. He was so in tune with the Holy Spirit, that he was allowed to see Jesus sitting at the right hand of God! Oh how I long for the day that I can witness that sight!

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