Spring Schedule & Chat

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It's spring... well, almost!

Here's a peek at our schedule of Psalm study for the weeks ahead!

As you volunteer I will edit this post accordingly. You can volunteer for 1 week, or 2 weeks in sequence depending on whether your chosen Psalm is short or long, or if you are leading 2 or 3 sequential Psalms.

For your information, here are the Psalms we've already covered, or have on the schedule:

1, 9, 10, 15, 16, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 42, 43, 46, 50, 51, 71, 91, 100, 111, 119, 121, 122, 137, 139, 144

You may not choose to repeat one of the above Psalms, unless it is listed as "volunteer needed". All others are still options!

If a Psalm is scheduled for only 1 week, you may volunteer to do a week 2 immediately following week 1 if the schedule is still open for that.

SCHEDULE

March 10 - Doug -Psalm 137
March 17 - Doug - Psalm 137

March 24 - Donna - Psalm 121 & 122
March 31 - Donna - Psalm 121 & 122

April 7 - Psalm 91- Angela

April 14 - Psalm 91 - Angela

April 21 - break

April 28 - Psalm 25 - Robyn

May 5 - Psalm 25 - Robyn

May 12 - Psalm 26 - C.B. Shepherd

May 19 - Psalm 27 - Doug

May 26 - Psalm 27 - Doug

June 2 Psalm 28 - Doug

June 9 - Psalm 28 - Doug

June 16 - break

June 23 - Psalm 29 - Praise week

June 30 - Psalm 30 - Testimony week

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More on Passover

This is my favorite holiday, so hope you don't mind my "musing" here.

Don't let anyone fool you - Chanukkah and Passover have become just as commercial as Christmas and Easter. But Christmas, Easter, and even Chanukkah are man-made celebrations, whereas The Feasts of The Lord have God's Authority for them.

Quite simply, Passover requires 3 things: 1) bitter herbs - which tell us how bad sin is, 2)unleavened bread - which tells us our need to get rid of sin, 3) roasted lamb - which tells us God's Spotless Lamb is The Only Eternal Sacrifice for sin.

On the first Passover only, the Israelites were also required to have their shoes on and staff in hand, being ready to depart, and most importantly - the blood of the lamb on their doorposts and door frames.

But Passover today - Is there anything wrong with adding the traditions that have been attached to it through the years? For those who celebrate it, that's an individual question to answer between them and God. The important feature of The Passover should be an unashamed focus on Christ.

One tradition my personal preference to do away with is, "looking for Elijah." Jesus said, "...Elijah has already come..." Shouldn't we instead be looking for Christ? We are told HE will come again. And instead of "next year in Jerusalem" - how about, "Even so, Come, LORD JESUS!" For He said, "Ye shall not see Me henceforth, till ye shall say, 'Blessed is He That comes in The Name of The LORD."




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