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The scripture for today, August 30 (8/30), is Acts 8:30 as found in the New Testament of the Bible:REV-Cover-Kindle

“Then Philip ran up to the chariot and heard the man reading Isaiah the prophet. ‘Do you understand what you are reading?’ Philip asked.”

Our friends, family and neighbors will continue riding their chariots and understanding little of the Bible unless someone asks, “Do you understand?”.

“Do you understand why you are here?” “Do you understand why Jesus had to die?” “Do you understand that Jesus nailed the Old Law to the cross?” “Do you understand the Bible can be proven true?” “Do you understand how much God loves you?”

People are afraid to ask us questions because they think we will make fun of their ignorance. We’ll probably never know what they don’t understand unless we do the asking. Let us go up to their chariots and offer to help them so that they, too, can understand.

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3 Comments

  1. What great thoughts!! A wonderful outline for a good sermon/ Thank you Katheryn’ Charles

  2. fearlessjoy23

    Thank you, Katheryn. We need to all be active in sharing our faith. Lola

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