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May 8th, 2010

None Too Old To Witness For Christ

Witness For Christ

Bishop John Reed of Sydney, Australia, was preaching in Christ Church Cathedral one Sunday when a 75-year-old woman named Ethel Hatfield got saved. Mrs. Hatfield had attended that Anglican church for decades, but the message had never gotten through to her until that day. The following day she came to see Bishop Reed and said, “I could hardly sleep last night I was so excited about what happened. I want to do something to serve God with the few years I have left. I was wondering if I could teach Sunday School.”

Bishop Reed looked at this 75-year-old, white-haired lady and just couldn’t picture her controlling the rambunctious third or fourth grade kids. So he said, “I’m sorry, but we don’t have an opening in our Sunday School.” Her face fell. Bishop Reed said, “You mean business, don’t you? I don’t know what kind of service God may have for you, but let’s pray.” So they prayed for God to reveal His will for her.

The next day Mrs. Hatfield was out in her yard tending her roses when a Chinese student from Taiwan walked by. He stopped and complimented her on her roses and they began to talk. She thought, “He seems like a decent chap; I’ll invite him in for a spot of tea.” So she did and she told him her testimony. He found it an interesting story, so when he had to leave he asked if he could come back and talk further. She said, “Yes, and please bring a friend.”

He came back and brought a friend and she again shared how she had come to put her faith in Jesus Christ after all these years and how Christ had forgiven her sin and given her eternal life. These students came back and brought more friends, who brought even more. Within two weeks, Mrs. Hatfield was leading a weekly Bible study with 70 Chinese students in attendance! She led many of them to personal faith in Jesus Christ. That which seemed a hindrance to Mrs. Hatfield’s serving the Lord–her age–God turned into the key to reaching a group of people who respect old age!

None is too old to witness for Christ.

– – – submitted by Cecil James

May 4th, 2010

Bible For iPhone and iPod Touch

Bible application for iPhone or iPod Touch – Wave Study Bible – watch the above video clip.

With all of the craziness going on these days, spending time with the Word should be even more important. However, we know it is still a challenge for most Christians. This isn’t like any Bible you have seen. Built for the average person and not the Biblical scholar, the Wave Study Bible makes it simple to integrate the Word into your daily life.

We only launched the application a couple weeks ago and now that we know that everything is working as it should, we want to spread the word. One of our early users summarized his feedback as follows: “Use this app for two weeks and it will become your favorite way to read the Bible.”

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Other study Bibles are like libraries. They are full of a lot of reference works, and are real good at putting you in touch with what other people have seen in the Bible. Wave Study Bible is like a magnifying glass and is real good at putting you in touch with what *you* see in the Bible. It is not full of the results of other people’s study, it fills you with the results of your study.

It comes with four Bible versions (Greek New Testament, King James Version, New English Translation, God’s Word Translation). Using the in-application store you can add any of the standard translations to your Wave Study Bible® (NASB, NKJV, NIV, NIrV, Message, ESV [coming], NLT [coming]).

No distracting footnotes, just straight Bible and tips on how to read it. Easily scan multiple Bible versions for deeper understanding.

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  • Bible versions are displayed in parallel columns.
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May 2nd, 2010

Inspiration Behind Scripture

Inspiration Behind Scripture

Jesus responded, “Then why does David, speaking under the inspiration of the Spirit, call the Messiah ‘my Lord’? For David said, ‘The LORD said to my Lord, sit in the place of honor at my right hand until I humble your enemies beneath your feet.” – (Matthew 22:43-44)

We often forget the claims of Scripture that the prophetic message contained in it are from God. Yet the most frequent reference to the Holy Spirit has to do with the inspiration of the Scriptures (2 Tim. 3:16-17), the words of the prophets (2 Pet. 1:19-21) and the writers of the Bible (1 Thess. 4:8).

Here, in debate with his opponents about his own identity, Jesus quotes from David and weighs in the inspiration issue. David spoke by inspiration of the Holy Spirit! I don’t know about you, but this is a challenging reminder that I need to sink more time into listening to the voice of the Holy Spirit in the words and truths the Spirit inspired in Scripture!

We are promised that as we open the Scriptures, the Spirit will be at work to help us understand God’s truth (1 Cor. 2:6-16).

Prayer : Father, thank you for giving us the gift of your words, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and given through your human messengers, so that we can know your will and live to bring you glory. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.

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