I am excited to offer this month’s blog carnival because I received great submissions from first time submitters. In addition to the regulars who post here each month I believe you will find the new comers a welcomed addition. Their contributions I believe made this carnival the greatest yet. If you have not submitted an article to this blog carnival in the past please consider doing so for future editions.
There will be no December blog carnival because I will be taking some time off for some spiritual enrichment but we will be back in January Lord willing.
Therefore without further delay on with the carnival.
This month’s feature article really touched my heart, and represents the true character of this blog carnival. How everyday life is impacted by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ed Jones presents It Worked Just Like Dad Said! posted at Lessons Learned From My 2 & 4 Year Old, Ed relates a very touching moment about his family and about the love of God. Being a parent gives you a different perspective on how to relate to your heavenly Father. This lesson learned from “Big E’ will make your heart smile when a child learns that “It worked just like dad said!” Doing things God’s way works the way God said they will as well.
NCSue presents Ban the bells? posted at IN HIM WE LIVE AND MOVE AND HAVE OUR BEING. Here is an interesting post on censorship. Of course the only censoring that usually goes on is the silencing of the “lambs”.
Rodney Sutton presents Ever Get Tired Of Feeling Like A Lonely Little Island? posted at Happy Hog Speaks!. Rodney offers a thought piece when he prods the self-absorbed person seeking happiness. Does living for self bring about self-satisfaction? Well does it? Although Rodney did not offer an answer to this question he surely sparked thought.
Herbert Anderson presents Top 50 Blogs for Online Scripture Study posted at Accredited Online Bible Colleges. Another list of links for those seeking online bible study sites. There is something here for everyone take a look and see if there is something that interests you.
Suzane Smith presents 20 Incredible iPhone Apps for Christian Evangelists posted at Christian Universities, “Here are the top 20 incredible iPhone Apps for Christian evangelists. The apps can help with prayer, Bible study, productivity, and much more.” Thanks Suzabe.
halston presents Jesus Freaks Commentary 1 posted at Halston Williams, Halston relates the story of the Columbian shootings and the stand of faith offered by a 17 yr old student. Excerpted from the book “Jesus Freaks” Halston states that taking a stand for Jesus may cost your life in on earth but most assuredly will usher you into a much better life in heaven. Are you being a “Jesus Freak”?
Rick Schiano presents Let Go, Forget the Past, but not All of It posted at Ricks Victory Blog. Rick offers a refreshing post on the need to forgive and forget. He is not talking about forgiving others but actually forgiving yourself. Christianity allows for the mistakes we all are prone to make. Never forget that you are MUCH LOVED by God and forgiven through Jesus Christ His son. Amen Rick!
BWL presents Finding the will of God for your life posted at Christian Personal Finance, Steve offers a short tutorial on finding God’s will for your life. Although writing primarily about financial issues, this tutorial can be used to assess God’s purpose for your life no matter what it is you are seeking God for. Very well done Steve.
In Church Life
Bible SEO presents Beatitudes: Blessed are Pure in Heart – 6 of 8 Part Series posted at Bible Study Exposition Online.This continuation of the study of the Beatitudes picks up where we left off last month. This month our focus is on what it means to have a pure heart. How does one attain it, and what are the benefits of it and the consequences of not attaining to a pure heart status.
Albie presents An angry, vengeful God? (Updated 24/10) posted at iDevelopWorld.ALbie offers a well written wrestling with the conflict between an angry and loving God. Written not from a theologians viewpoint but from one seeking understanding. Personally I found Albie’s conclusions to be very insightful considering he states plainly that he is not a biblical scholar. Thus proving the point that ALL WHO SEEK SHALL FIND, and you do not have to be a bible scholar to understand the bible. You just need to be sincerely seeking to know HIM!
andriel presents Jesus: The Fulfillment of the Law posted at ReturningKing.com, This month’s BIBLE STUDY looks at Jesus as the fulfillment of Old Testament law. He did not come to abolish it but to fulfill it’s requirements. This site offers the serious bible student plenty of food for the soul. We all should spend some time there each month.
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