Lost and Found

TODAY’S SPECIAL: Luke 15: 1-7 TO CHEW ON: "...Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep." Luke 15:6 When you lose a favorite toy, do you:- say, “Oh well, I still have lots of other toys,” then find something else to play with?- look for that toy for a while, then give up and play with something else?- look for your favorite toy until you find it? "The Parable of the Lost Sheep" by Alfred Usher Soord Jesus told a story of a shepherd with 100 sheep. One day one of his sheep got lost. He left the 99 sheep and looked for the lost one until he found it....

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He’s My Neighbor?

TODAY’S SPECIAL: Luke 10:29-37 TO CHEW ON: "...so he asked Jesus, 'And who is my neighbor?'” Luke 10:29 One day when Jesus was teaching in the province of Judea Mr. Scripture Expert came to Him with a question. He looked proud of himself as he asked, “What do I do to get eternal life?” “What’s written in the law (Bible)?” Jesus asked. “Love the Lord with all your heart ...and love your neighbor as yourself,” Mr. Expert replied. “Do this and you’ll get that life,” Jesus told him. “And who is my neighbor?” Jesus answered that question by telling a story (today’s “Read”). In it bandits robbed and beat up a Jewish man. As he lay unconscious beside the road a priest came along. He saw the beat up traveler and crossed to the other side of the road. A Levite did the same thing. Then along came a Samaritan....

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A Solid House

TODAY’S SPECIAL: Luke 6:46-49 TO CHEW ON: "As for everyone who comes to me and hears my words and puts them into practice, I will show you what they are like. They are like a man building a house, who dug down deep and laid the foundation on rock." Luke 6:47-48a Which part of a house is built first: - the walls?- the roof?- the rooms?- the front porch?- the foundation?- the basement? You probably know that the foundation of a house is the very first thing a builder makes. He usually starts building that foundation by digging a hole. If he can dig down to bedrock and fasten the house’s foundation onto rock, the house will be almost immovable. But if a house’s foundation rests on earth or sand, it can be swept away by floods, toppled by earthquakes and smashed by storms. One day Jesus told a story of one man who built his house on a rock. Another man built his house on sand. When the storm came, which house stayed standing? "The house upon the rock and the house upon the sand" by William James Webb Jesus explained the story. He said those houses on their different foundations are like our lives. When...

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