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The Chapel Quotes
“What would we do without Jesus? What would we do without the Church? We do not grieve without hope. The not so hidden plan of the suffering Christ becomes even more relevant as we navigate a fallen world, where bad things happen to good people, where our loved-ones are no longer with us.”
“Look through the entire Old Testament and Jesus is throughout it. It was the plan the entire time. There are not so hidden passages that connect, clarify and predict the coming of the suffering Christ. The difference between recognizing and not recognizing Jesus is the inability to interpret the Bible well. Having supreme confidence in Jesus is seeing the connection, clarification and prediction of Jesus in the Old Testament.”
“God loves us this much that the moment we stumbled and fell, His love and His grace and His mercy entered into the story immediately, and He had a plan to save us right from the beginning. There is no love like this, there is no grace like this, there is no compassion in this world like the compassion that God has for us. There is no power like this. There is no comfort like the comfort that comes from this. As we exist in the period between the first and second coming of the Messiah, we have a hope, we have a salvation, yet we still live in this fallen world. There is a salvation that is available to all of us. Hopefully all of us will realize this was the plan the entire time. A plan that comes from a loving, gracious God.”
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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger
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Our Devotion: “Learning to Love” by Andi Passaglia, of St. Charles, Illinois who studied professional writing at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Leviticus 19:18
In the book A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks, the main character, Jamie, is diagnosed with leukemia. All her life she followed God, and because of her faith and the morals she adhered to, she was made fun of by many of the kids at her school. As time passes and Jamie becomes weaker and weaker, she finally decides to tell everyone about her condition. Only then do people come and apologize. With tears in their eyes they apologize for everything they put her through and ask for her forgiveness.
We all have moments in life when we say things about people or do things to them just because they are a little different from us. The problem is, most of us never apologize for our actions and our words, and we probably never will until something happens that makes us feel terrible. Whether people are dying or are perfectly healthy, popular or not, we should love them. God loves each of us, so why shouldn’t we love each other?
PRAYER: Dear Lord, please help me to love all your people for who they are and show love to them through my words and actions so that I may be more like you. In your name I pray, Amen.
Book Review 02/21/2024
This Book Review is by Jaci Gorrell, a professional writing major at Taylor University.
Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People
By Charles E. Moore
Plough Publishing House, PB, 359 pages
If there has ever been an official encyclopedia of all things Christian community, Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People is it. This book is both informative and practical—written with a short chapter for each week of the year. Designed to spark conversation within a group devotion setting, readers can dive deep into community together. Editor Charles E. Moore breaks community into four simple sections in which readers explore the Call, Community Formation, Nuts and Bolts, and Life Beyond the community.
Moore, a member of the Bruderhof Christian community, writes from personal experience in community living. His compilation features writings from well-known voices in Christian literature, such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer and C.S. Lewis, as well as modern voices.
This book delves into the nitty-gritty details of Christian community living and encourages readers to confront the dissatisfaction stirred up by its challenging pages. Though not a light text by any means, this book is ideal for those seeking to approach Christian community more intentionally and comprehensively.
Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)
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