The Weekend Word

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16 Responses

  1. Col46 says:

    Just finished teaching thru Ephesians today. What a rich book! Take your time and enjoy!

  2. Surfer51 says:

    I like your intro to this awesome book.

  3. Linnea says:

    Thank you, Michael! A reinforcement of what I’m seeing in Genesis….men and women, who are described as liars, swindlers, and deceivers, but by the promises and covenants of God, are blessed. Even Lot finds himself called righteous in Hebrews 11. Not too far from the true description of us, and God’s good blessings for us– grace and peace.

  4. JoelG says:

    Thank you for sharing this. Looking forward to next week.

  5. Linnea – I could be wrong but I don’t remember Lot listed in Hebrews 11.

  6. Paige says:

    Thank you

    “Grace…for all those sins that you think separate you from the love of God.

    Peace… God is not mad at you.”

    I always need this reminder. Thank you.
    I do love how almost all the epistles open with grace and peace or grace, mercy and peace or grace,mercy and love….. I need the repetition.

  7. mike says:

    Praise be to God for the “one new man” In Christ. Either remain in Adam or “be identified” with and IN Christ.
    -mike

  8. Linda Pappas says:

    Mike

    Amen

  9. Jim says:

    Really glad that you’re doing this Michael.

    “The Father and the Son say “grace to you and peace”.”

  10. dswoager says:

    In studying through some of the letters recently in a group that I meet with, one of the guys wondered how our relationships might be changed within our gatherings if it was natural to greet one another with a wish of grace and peace.

    I’m sure that even if it were to become commonplace, or if it has in other times in history, that it would quickly become as empty as a “hey, how’s it going”, but it seems like it might be nice to be routinely communicating that message one to another.

    Btw I look forward to this, I actually just missed out on the bulk of Ephesians in that same group, so I’m excited to have another outlet to look into it. Thanks

  11. Erunner says:

    Thank you Michael. I am looking forward to following along.

  12. Nonnie says:

    I’ll be following this study. We all need more grace and peace.

  13. His Kid says:

    You might really enjoy this piece, “Grace and Peace” by Fernando Ortega. It is a beautiful musical interpretation of those precious words:

  14. Linnea says:

    MLD @ 5…you’re correct, not Hebrews 11, but 2 Peter 2:6-8.

  15. Linnea says:

    HisKid…thanks for sharing that beautiful rendition…

  16. Captain Kevin says:

    Fantastic! My favorite book of the Bible! Looking forward to more of your gleanings, Michael. Grace and peace to you and to all who read here.

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