Thought for the Day – September 30, 2011

Then Philip went down to the city of Samaria and preached Christ to them.  And the multitudes with one accord heeded the things spoken by Philip, hearing and seeing the miracles which he did.  For unclean spirits, crying with a loud voice, came out of many who were possessed; and many who were paralyzed and lame were healed….  They believed Philip as he preached the things concerning the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ, both men and women were baptized.  Acts 8:5-7, 12 NJKV

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Thought for the Day – September 27, 2011

You have begun to live the new life, in which you are being made new and are becoming like the One who made you.  This new life brings you to the true knowledge of God.  In the new life there is no difference between Greeks and Jews, those who are circumcised and those who are not circumcised, or people who are foreigners, or Scythians.  There is no difference between slaves and free people.  But Christ is in all believers, and Christ is all that is important.  Colossians 3:10

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Thought for the Day – September 25, 2011

“Jews,” as John wrote in his gospel, “have nothing to do with Samaritans” (John 4:6).  The two cultures had hated each other for a thousand years.  The feud involved claims of defection, intermarriage, and disloyalty to the temple. Samaritans were blacklisted.  Their beds, utensils – even their spittle – was considered unclean.

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