This month, we jump back into hospitality lunches. Here's a stout reminder of the importance and joys of practicing hospitality in all of life. HT: Nicol P.
This might help settle any doubts you might have about the value and necessity of future pastors investing so much time, effort, and money acquiring Greek and Hebrew fluency. Also, it might encourage a few robust souls to take up the mantel and become better equipped students of the Word.
Al Mohler tackles the question. Much of this applies to students in private and homeschool, too.
This is a worthy reflection on the benefits to be reaped from a close, continual study of this often misunderstood and imposing section of Scripture.
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