Today started significantly different than most other days. Hannah is getting braces and that’s done at Case Western Reserve. It’s a lot cheaper but it isn’t exactly around the corner, being a good 45 minute drive away. Of course, there isn’t a whole lot around the corner where I live anyway!
While Josiah and Lydia were doing school I worked on Wednesday evening’s Bible study, Proverbs 1:20-33. I’ve enjoyed the time in Proverbs the last few weeks, especially the opportunity to get back into the Hebrew. Mine’s definitely rusty, but there’s only one way to strengthen saggy muscles, and that’s work and exercise.
Several emails and phone calls, followed by dinner, pancakes and sausage! Yum, deeeelicious. Hannah and I rode around Ashtabula county for an hour while she continues to learn to drive. When we got home we then watched half of a creation video that was given to us.
Worked on what messages I’ll be teaching for a Bible Conference down at Morrow Bible Church November 9-11. Haven’t nailed down a nice sounding theme yet, but it will focus on End Times. Here is the basic gist of the messages I’ll be speaking on–
- God’s Purpose and Plan in Human History
- The Key to Interpreting Prophecy (Daniel 9:24-27)
- Christ’s Prophecies for the End Times (the Olivet Discourse)
- Christ’s Word to the Church in the End Times (Acts 1:1-11)
- Christ’s Coming Kingdom
This will be the first Bible Conference I will be conducting and I’m looking forward to it! I’ll give more details once it’s finalized.
Continued plowing through the minutes of the Ohio Regional of the IFCA.