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Prayerfully, we are near the end of this coronavirus pandemic. As we see more people vaccinated, there is hope that soon we will be able to resume some normalcy. The question that comes to my mind and to my heart, “How will the church do ministry, post-pandemic?” There needs to be a plan that’s well-thought out, that allows the church to continue to do the work of the Kingdom.
(One Perfect Life Chapters 159-161) The Olivet Discourse is one of the most detailed and complex descriptions of Jesus’ return. While its precise meaning is debated the general themes are clear. Judgment is coming to Israel – the Temple and the city will both be razed. A sign of His return is the appearance of false prophets who would lead people astray regarding Jesus, His teachings and His return.
When I left Western Christianity for Buddhism at 16 years old, I was looking for ancient and exotic paths verifiable through direct experience. Although various schools within Buddhism satisfied me intellectually, they left my heart hungrier and thirstier than you can imagine. So, I turned to Hinduism and yoga because these paths can be very heartfelt but disorienting. After a short but intense period of studying and practicing the occult, I flew to north India. Most of the swamis, lamas, gurus, and pilgrims I encountered seemed honest and sincere. My experiences in temples and ashrams both here, in America, and in Rishikesh — not to mention the Himalayas — were exciting. I learned a lot about myself and the spiritual world.
Leupp Nazarene Church: The church, near mile post 13 or Navajo Route 15, has been holding services by teleconferences and doing drive-up meetings. For information, call pastor Farrell Begay at 928-853-5321. Teleconference number: 1-7170275-8940 with access code 3204224#. Services are 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sundays and 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays.
Berachah Baptist Church
If God is not real to you, seek Him. Go after Him.
RELIGION NOTES: Sept. 25-Oct. 3 Events: Bike and car show "Summer's End" event at Calvary Community Church, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sept. 26; Fall Fest at Trinity United Methodist Church, 5-7:30 p.m. Sept. 26; September Fest at Sacred Heart Church, 2-6 p.m. Sept. 25; "FP Presents" Schucks Brothers, pizza and beverages at First Plymouth, Sept. 26; “Short Stories by Jesus” Book Discussion Group: First Presbyterian Group at the Eatery beginning Sept. 29
The greatest thing is to be saved. The next greatest thing is to know that you are saved. Between 90 and 95 AD the apostle John wrote the Book of 1 John. 1 John is written with a purpose. 1 John 5:13 says, “These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, so that you may know that you have eternal life.”