Showing posts from October, 2020

Mark 8-14- Have you ever heard of a Markan Sandwich?

Hello all, we only have a couple chapters of Mark left and I decided to get some background info on the guy!  In my search I discovered something I had never heard of, a Markan Sandwich!  I am so glad I understand what that is now, because, wow, did it bring new insight into scripture I had never seen before! If you want to hear more, click on the link.  In addition, Sharon encourages us to pray even though we may have doubts.  Very encouraging! Have a great week reading the end of Mark and getting into Luke! 

Mark 1-7- Are there contradictions in the Bible? Why share a testimony?

Hello New Testament Readers!  I hope you are enjoying Mark chapter 9 today!  Two great topics were covered yesterday in CBR related to Mark. Here are the links if you care to watch.  Kim was very inspiring!    Part 1: Part 2:

Matthew 22-28- The fall of Jerusalem, the Greatest Command and the Great Commission.

 Wow!! Can you believe we are already done with Matthew?  That was quick and super interesting!! So much was covered this past week.  I hope you found some new "pearls" to dwell on. In Community Bible Reading this morning, I focused the history portion on Ch. 24~ Jerusalem destroyed.  Michelle on the other hand focused on the Greatest Command and the Great Commission.  Each video is about 20 min.  Hope you enjoy! Comment if you so desire.  I would love to dialog with you!

Matthew 15-21- Why Moses and Elijah?

Hello fellow New Testament Readers! How is the reading going for you??  One more week and we are already done with Matthew! As you kow I am leading a group called CBR on Tuesday mornings.  I thought I would include the link to the talks that take place there because it goes with our reading here.  However, we have utterly failed at our attempts to get good recordings!  Today, we didn't even get a recording!! Arg!! 😖 There is so much to say about the reading, it would be great to share what Sharon talked about!   I did, however, re-record my "history" portion of the morning.  If you are interested in history, I hope you enjoy what is said in the following link:   Also, please feel free to talk about what YOU got out of the reading!  I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section!