SEE “OUR THREE ENEMIES” FOR DECEMBER 30th – 31st IN “MY DAILY WALK”

DECEMBER 30th

OUR THREE ENEMIES!

Read 2 Corinthians 10:1-6

To fight a battle, we must know who our enemy is. We have an enemy, actually three enemies, but God provided us armor. Who are these three enemies of the Christian?

THE OUTWARD ENEMY – THE WORLD

In John 17 the world is mentioned some 19 times. Most people would agree that life at its best is a battleground. We live in a world marked by enmity and strife. The world of nature is “opposing and being opposed.” One animal lives by killing another and every creature struggles for survival in a hostile environment. In the business world the competition is so fierce that it is often spoken of as a “jungle.” If you study history you will see that every generation repeats the same story of war and bloodshed, because of hate and animosity. Jesus warned us that we would be hated by this world:

John 15:19, “If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.”

What do we mean when we say that the world is our enemy? It is not the created world:

Psalm 19:1-2,”The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge.”

It is not the people of the world: God loves people. But, it is the godless world system that is our spiritual enemy. It is a system of thought and conducts which does not give God His rightful place. However, God has given us the right kind of armor for each enemy.

2 Corinthians 6:6-7, “By pureness, by knowledge, by longsuffering, by kindness, by the Holy Ghost, by love unfeigned.  By the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the left.” Concluded tomorrow!

Daily Assignments

Read Deuteronomy 32-24, Proverbs 28, Complete___

A Daily Spiritual Growth Assistant

December 31st      

Read yesterday’s devotion

THE INNER ENEMY – THE FLESH

The Bible tells us that we are born with a sinful nature, and that this tendency to do what is wrong will be an active force in our lives until we die. It is commonly called the “flesh” in the New Testament. Paul refers to it as “the sin that dwelleth in me.” What are the works of the flesh? They are listed in Galatians 5:19-21.

How can we win the battle against the flesh? You cannot overcome this enemy by being religious, or by some feeling. But, let’s see how we can overcome – read Romans 13:12-14. What is the armor of light? THE WORD OF GOD! To overcome “the flesh” put on the right armor – the Word of God.

THE OUTWARD & INWARD ENEMY

Satan is a clever foe. His tactics are deceitful, and he delights in setting snares for the unlearned and unsuspecting. Babies in Christ who have not yet put on God’s armor are his prime targets. You will never have trouble with the devil until you have victory over the world, and the flesh. What then is the right armor for dealing with the devil?  In Ephesians 6:11 it is God Himself! And John 4:4, “Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.”

Daily Assignments

Read Esther 7-11, Proverbs 31.

Write out the works of the flesh as given in Galatians 5:19-21. Also, please take an hour or so and pray about what God would have you do or change in the coming year. None of us can boast of what we will accomplish, because we may never live to see another completed year. Let’s make our main focus The Lord Jesus Christ and trust Him to order our steps next year. Spend time meditating on God’s goodness to you throughout the year. How has He been merciful to you? In what ways has He provided for you? Thank Him.

 Complete___

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

SEE FOUR DAYS OF “SUFFERING THE REPROACH WITH CHRIST” IN “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 26th – 29th

December 26th

Suffering the Reproach with Christ!

Read Hebrews 13:9-16, Leviticus 4:1-12

This is truly a picture to be seen and worth a thousand words. These Hebrew children lost their temple, priesthood and sacrifices only to gain Christ, which is far greater. You will recall that Christ rejected the temple and called it a den of thieves (Mathew 21:13). He also rejected Jerusalem because He was crucified outside the gate (John 19:20). This tells us that Hebrews was written before the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D, because Jesus was outside the camp. Here we see the comparison of the Old Testament sacrifices made by the priests with the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, since both suffered outside the camp.

Leviticus 16:27, “And the bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skins, and their flesh, and their dung.” Read Leviticus 4:12, 21. The Hebrews were being tempted to go back to their old sacrifices and ritualism of Judaism, but, Paul gives an adamant “no” and tells them to go without the camp and suffer the reproach with Christ.

Luke 6:22 Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man’s sake. 1 Timothy 4:10 For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe.

Hebrews 11:26 Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompence of the reward. 13:13, Let us go forth therefore unto him without the camp, bearing his reproach. This is a wonderful message to us: as we go “within the veil,” we have fellowship with Christ Himself. And as we go “without the camp” we become witnesses for Christ.

Here is an important lesson for us: As the Old Testament Christians gave their sacrifices, so too must we offer our spiritual sacrifices for Jesus. Continued tomorrow!

Daily Assignments

Read Song of Solomon 7-8, Proverbs 26. Write down everything you can remember from the Sunday night sermon. Complete___

December 27th

Review yesterday’s devotion

1 Peter 2:5 Ye also, as lively stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ.

Not the bloody offerings they offered such as the blood of lambs and bullocks, but those that are the offerings of the heart, such as the sacrifices of prayer and praise.  Look at verse 15. These sacrifices were not designed to make peace or friendship with God, but to preserve it.

Burnt offerings, sin offerings, and trespass offerings, were all on account of sin, and were designed to remove or cover the transgression. But their peace offerings were regarded as friendship with God, and the oblation was a sign of a thankful confession for blessings in the past.

Now, here is a thought: I believe they gave these offerings so that future blessings, favors and friendship with God can be assured. It also tells us that our praise is such a sacrifice to assure blessings, favor and friendship with God. Wow!

Read Leviticus 4:1-12. The blood is all about the Blood of Christ. Only Jesus has this blood, so we ought never to quit preaching or talking about it. The fat pictures prosperity, goodness and righteousness. Jesus is all of these. So this is talking about Jesus Christ. The Kidney is a picture of the purity of the Blood of Christ.

They were to take the Bullock out of the camp where it is clean and then burn it there. Burn all the fat – picturing our own abilities, talents or gifts. Burn them up because God wants us and not our talents. When you burn there will be a bad odor and that is a picture of our condition in the world. They do not like the sweet savor-smell of God in the world.

Here is another thought: good Christians will never smell good to the world. In other words, good Christians will never be in favor with or be loved by the world. To be a living sacrifice for Christ does mean exactly that and we must be ready to lose friends, get hurt, be troubled and even to give our body as a living sacrifice for Jesus. Continued tomorrow!

Daily Assignments

Read Revelation 18-22, Proverbs 27. Spend a few extra moments tonight in prayer for God’s power on next Sunday’s services. Complete___

A Daily Spiritual Growth Assistant

December 28th                   

 Review the last 2 days

God’s way is not only the best and only way, but it is always the right way; though it may not always be the easy way. Ephesians 5:18-19, And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit; Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord. Psalm 27:6 And now shall mine head be lifted up above mine enemies round about me: therefore will I offer in his tabernacle sacrifices of joy; I will sing, yea, I will sing praises unto the LORD. 69:30-31, I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving. This also shall please the LORD better than an ox or bullock that hath horns and hoofs.

SPIRITUAL SACRIFICE OF OUR BODIES

Romans 12:1-2, I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

The story is told that Cyrus, the founder of the Persian Empire, once had captured a prince and his family. When they came before him, the monarch asked the prisoner, “What will you give me if I release you?” “The half of my wealth,” was his reply. “And if I release your children?” “Everything I possess.” “And if I release your wife?” “Your Majesty, I will give myself.” Cyrus was so moved by his devotion that he freed them all. As they returned home, the prince said to his wife, “Wasn’t Cyrus a handsome man!” With a look of deep love for her husband, she said to him, “I didn’t notice. I could only keep my eyes on you, the one who was willing to give himself for me.” “It is said that on his retreat from Greece after his great military expedition there, King Xerxes boarded a Phoenician ship along with a number of his Persian troops. But a fearful storm came up, and the captain told Xerxes there was no hope unless the ship’s load was substantially lightened. The king turned to his fellow Persians on deck and said, “It is on you that my safety depends. Now let some of you show your regard for your king.” A number of the men bowed to Xerxes and threw themselves overboard! Lightened of its load, the ship made it safely to harbor. Xerxes immediately ordered that a golden crown be given to the pilot for preserving the king’s life — then ordered the man beheaded for causing the loss of so many Persian lives!” Today in the Word, July 11, 1993. Continued tomorrow!

Read Acts 27-28, Proverbs 28, Complete___

December 29th             

Review the last 3 days

SPIRITUAL SACRIFICES OF BALANCED PRAYER

Psalm 141:2-3, Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice.

He means the passion he used in prayer: referring to the sacrifices by God’s commandment offered in the old law. Incense was offered every morning and evening before the Lord, on the golden altar, before the veil of the sanctuary. He appears to have been at a distance from the sanctuary, and therefore could not perform the Divine worship in the way prescribed by the law.

What could he do? If he could not worship according to the letter of the law, he will do it according to the spirit; then prayer is accepted in the place of incense, and the lifting up of his hands, in gratitude and self-dedication to God, is accepted in the place of the evening sacrifices.

THE SPIRITUAL SACRIFICE OF A BROKEN HEART

Psalm 51:17, The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise. These words are very expressive. They signify exactly the same as: to break into pieces, to reduce into splinters, to pound out thin, such as the beating of metal into thin plates. So, the spirit and the heart are broken all to pieces, or stamped and beaten out, these are the sacrifices which God requires and these thou wilt not despise.

THE SPIRITUAL SACRIFICE OF BRINGING A SOUL TO CHRIST

Romans 15:16 That I should be the minister of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, ministering the gospel of God, that the offering (sacrificing) up of the Gentiles might be acceptable, being sanctified by the Holy Ghost.

Daily Assignments

Read Jude,  Proverbs 29

It is our prayer that these last few days have been a help and blessing. What a way to close out the year, by having a greater understanding of the Suffering of Christ and the Christian and the blessing that follows.

Complete___

 

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 25th

     December 25th

                           

Celebrating Christmas! 

Read Hebrews 1

SCHOOLS are forbidden to celebrate the birth of Christ. COMMUNITY PROPERTY may not be used for scenes of Christ’s birth. BUSINESSES make it their greatest profit period for the year. PEOPLE no longer wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS, but — “Happy Holidays.” I always answer back, “Merry Christmas to you.” CHURCHES have downgraded it in their music and sermons. FAMILIES are too pressured to take the time for any serious teaching and celebration. SOME CHRISTIANS are even suggesting that to celebrate Christmas is to participate in a pagan ritual or a Roman mass. ARE THERE ANY GOOD REASONS FOR CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS?

CHRIST’S BIRTH IS GIVEN A PROMINENT PLACE IN THE O.T. PROPHECY.

His NATIONALITY, TRIBE & FMILY, PLACE OF HIS BIRTH are clearly identified. Christ’s birth is an event in God’s plan that He does not want the world to miss.

THE GOSPELS OF MATTHEW AND LUKE GIVE A DETAILED ACCOUNTS OF HIS GENEALOGY AND BIRTH.  

ANGELS SING the announcement. JOHN wrote that Christ’s birth was the act of God.

THE BIRTH OF CHRIST IS AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT IN THE PREACHING AND WRITING IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.

More than twenty references to His birth are given and half the Epistles discuss it. JOHN boldly declares that failure to confess that Christ is come in the flesh is antichrist. If there is a problem in celebrating Christmas it is the methods not the celebration. Let’s de-emphasize the partying, Santa, presents and begin to make it a Holy day rather than just another holiday.

Make much of His birth in our PREACHING, HOMES, BIBLE READING, SINGING, GIVING A LOVE GIFT TO JESUS AT CHRISTMAS, SPEAK OF HIM BEING THE GREATEST GIFT GIVEN FOR US. IN OUR HEARTS.

Let’s celebrate His birth by a time of commitment to greater love and service for Him. Christmas should be a time of spiritual revival when the sin of complacency is confessed and the sincere zeal for Christ burns hot within us.

CHRISTMAS SHOULD BE CELEBRATED WITH THE JOY OF ADORING THE ALTOGETHER LOVELY ONE, EXALTING THE ETERNAL ONE, HONORING THE PERFECTLY HOLY ONE. CHRIST JESUS OUR LORD.

Daily Assignment

Read Psalms 148-150, Proverbs 25 Read the Biblical accounts of the nativity completely. Complete___

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 24th

                                             December 24th                   

 

Why Christians Fall into Temptation

 

Matthew 4:1-11

We need to understand that there are basically three times in your life Satan will always tempt you or even attack you.

YOU CAN ALWAYS EXPECT TROUBLE FROM SATAN IN YOUR AREA OF WEAKNESS.

Not only when you are weak physically, emotionally or spiritually, but he will attack in areas of your weakness. In other words; areas in which you are most likely to fall into his snares. So, how can I be prepared for his temptations at this time?

  • Recognize your areas of weakness.
  • Remember to resist the temptation. But, always in the power of the Holy Spirit and never in the flesh.
  • Realize temptation will come, so be prayed up for it.

SATAN WILL ALWAYS TEMPT YOU IN THE BEGINNING OR AT FIRST.

I believe most Christians understand just what I am saying. Satan tempted Jesus not only when He was weak physically, but he tempted Him at first. You can write it down in blood. Start something for the Lord and the devil will be there to tempt you.

SATAN WILL TEMPT YOU IN THE LOGICAL.

Such as money, job, boss, family, etc. 1 Peter 5:8, “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:”

Daily Assignments

Read Esther 4-6, Proverbs 24. Make an outline of the message in the next service. Complete___

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 21st – 23rd

            December 23rd           

 

How to Make Christ Great in Your Life

 Read John 3:22-36

There apparently arose a question between John’s Disciples and a Jew, concerning ceremonial purification. We believe this Jew could have been Nicodemus, still searching after truth. Like many people today, Nicodemus was confused about baptism and religious ceremony. He may have thought born of water meant Jewish purification or baptism. Notice how John points him to Christ, not baptism. If baptism were necessary for salvation, this would have been the place in the Bible to say so – nothing is said. Instead the emphasis is on believing. It is evident that Nicodemus came out of the dark, and finally became a born-again Christian.

Here in Chapter three we see Nicodemus in the DARKNESS OF CONFUSION. In 7:45-53 we see himTHE DAWN OF CONVICTION. He was willing to listen to Christ and John the Baptist. In 19:38-42 Nicodemus was with Joseph of Arimathaea to claim the body of Jesus. We see Nicodemus in DAYLIGHT OF CONFESSION.

In other words, he was openly identifying himself with Christ. That’s what we need. Nicodemus answered the two most important questions: Who can purify? Who is Master? Nicodemus made Christ number One or great in his life. As with Nicodemus, often, our problem is not so much conduct, as it is our condition. So, how can I make Christ great or number One in my life?

REALIZE ALL GOOD THINGS COME FROM HIM.

James 1:17, “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.”

RECOGNIZE CHRIST MUST BE IN CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE.

That is, He must be on the Throne. John said, ‘He must increase, but I must decrease.’

REMEMBER ONLY HE CAN BRING JOY INTO YOUR LIFE.

RECALL THAT ETERNAL LIFE COMES ONLY THROUGH HIM.

Daily Assignments

Read Deuteronomy 29-31, Proverbs 23, Complete___

                   December 22nd   

              Did you forget to Vote?

2 Timothy 3:1-17, Romans 13

Thomas Paine said about government: “It has been thought a considerable advance towards establishing the principles of Freedom, to say, that government is a compact between those who govern and those that are governed: but this cannot be true, because it is putting the effect before the cause; for as man must have existed before governments existed, there necessarily was a time when governments did not exist, and consequently there could originally exist no governors to form such a compact with.  The fact therefore must be, that the individuals themselves, each in his own personal and sovereign right, entered into a compact with each other to produce a government: and this is the only mode in which governments have a right to arise, and the only principle on which they have a right to exist.” I believe the government is as much a part of God’s plan as the family. God established three institutions: The home, church and the government. Here in America we are given the God given responsibility to choose those who will lead us. You say, where does the scripture say that.  For one we are commanded to be subject to the higher powers in Romans 13, etc. Voting is not only our responsibility as far as the elections are concerned. But I want to speak to you about a much greater election. This is one we too have the privilege to be involved in; however, much more than one Country, one State or one man is at stake. In this election or vote your entire eternity is at stake. In a pre-election newspaper column, William Safire posed the question, “What do you do when the candidate you support takes a position you don’t like, or when the candidate you oppose takes a stand that you admire?” Safire suggested three options: Switch candidates. Stay with your original choice and put on a button that says, “Nobody’s perfect.” Be like the old woman that says, “I never vote. It only encourages them.” Now think about the spiritual parallel. What are our choices when Jesus, our Leader, takes a position we don’t like, or when the enemy we oppose takes a stand more to our liking? Some will switch and walk with Christ no more (John 6:66)). But that’s not a valid option for those who know Him (v. 68). Neither can we wear a button that says, “Nobody’s perfect.” We must decide what we believe and stick to it. WILL YOU CAST YOUR VOTE TODAY?

Daily Assignments

Read 2nd and 3rd John, Proverbs 22, Complete___

              December 21st      

Read yesterday’s devotion

Job 16:8, “And thou hast filled me with wrinkles, which is a witness against me: and my leanness rising up in me beareth witness to my face.”16:22, ”When a few years are come, then I shall go the way whence I shall not return.” 14:2, “He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down: he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not.” 7:1, “Is there not an appointed time to man upon earth? are not his days also like the days of an hireling?” Psalms 39:4, “LORD, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am.” 144:4, “Man is like to vanity: his days are as a shadow that passeth away.” Ecclesiastes 4:2, “Wherefore I praised the dead which are already dead more than the living which are yet alive:” Read James 4:14

Their life is like dying grass. Self-glory fades quickly…popularity is like a fading flower…beautiful for a short time. Don’t get used to glory. “Our sufficiency is of God.” How soon they forgot…You take the Glory from God, and you will forget as well. Without Him we are nothing. The more we get stuck on self-glory…the further we get from God. John 3:30, “He must increase, but I must decrease.” Moses said, “Woe is me…” The closer you get to God, the less you think of yourself. When Nebuchadnezzar’s heart was lifted up…he fed on grass and lived like an animal in Daniel 4:30-32.

BUT DEDICATED (BORN AGAIN) MEN ARE LIKE HIS WORD WHICH ENDURES FOREVER VERSE 25.

Endureth for ever is unmoved, fixed, and permanent. Among all the revolutions on earth, the fading glories of kingdoms, and the supposed strength of man, God’s truth remains unaffected. Its beauty never fades; its power is never weakened. The gospel is as great now as it was when it was first revealed to man, and it has as much power to save as it had when first applied to a human heart. We see the grass wither at the coming of fall; we see the flower of the field fade; we see man, though confident in his own strength, but cut down in a second; we see cities destroyed, and kingdoms lose their power; but the Word of God is the same now as it was in the beginning, and, in the middle of all the changes that are certain to come on the earth, His Word will remain the same. Whatever you do…base it on the Word of God, because all God does, He does through His Word.

Read Acts 25-26, Proverbs 21. Write down one truth that really spoke to your heart in the services last week. Complete_

SEE THE “VANISHING CHRISTIANS” IN “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 20th

                         December 20th             

 

Vanishing Christians

Read 1 Peter 1:23-25

Heroes come and go. They don’t mean much to the next generation anymore. I wonder how many of our readers could even name their first Sunday school teacher, preacher or for that matter the principal of your school 20 years ago? Try to think of heroes you had as a child. You would not recognize most of them if you saw them today. The same is true of many Christians in our country…many of them just seem to vanish. BUT, THE BIBLE IS NOT SO; IT NEVER CHANGES: Psalms 119:89, “For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.

MEN OF THE FLESH ARE AS DYING GRASS. For all flesh is as grass. It was not unnatural for Peter to dwell upon the feeble, frail, and fallen nature of man, in contrast with God; and he therefore, says, “all flesh(every human being) is like grass.” There is no stability in anything that man does or produces, but God and His word endure forever. The comparison of a human being with grass, or with flowers, is beautiful, and is also very common in the Bible. The contrast turns on the fact that the grass or the flower, however green or beautiful it may be, soon loses its bloom; is withered; is cut down, and dies.

Psalm 103:15-6, “As for man, his days are as grass; As a flower of the field, so he flourisheth, For the wind passeth over it and it is gone, And the place thereof shall know it no more.”

So in Isaiah 40:6-8 evidently referred to by Peter in this text.

 Here in 1 Peter, He is talking about all flesh. He is talking about you and me and not only the natural man. Today, more and more we live in days of the flesh. Psalms 89:48, “What man is he that liveth, and shall not see death? shall he deliver his soul from the hand of the grave? Selah.”

Continued tomorrow!

Daily Assignments

Read Revelation 12-17, Proverbs 20. Realizing that all men are flesh, list some people that you think in some way you could imitate, and the qualities that you see in them. Complete___

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR DECEMBER 19th

               December 19th            

 

Preparing for Jesus!

 Read Luke 1:13-17

Think about a bride preparing for her (Knight in shining armour) – husband, during her engagement. She will get married whether they have made any preparation or not. One major difference is that there may be a lot of unforeseen things that could hinder a smooth marriage ceremony.

Here is the application: you are going to heaven whether you are prepared or not (assuming of course that you are saved). But certainly there ought to be some preparation before you make the trip. In other words we ought to go to heaven prepared. The Pastor must prepare before he preaches his sermon and the Sunday school teacher must prepare before he/she teaches the lesson, etc. John the Baptist was prepared while he was being prepared, and that is the job of the pastor of the church – to prepare a people for heaven; while he himself is being prepared. May I say that it is also the job of every teacher and every Christian in the local church. There are always those around us who are babes in Christ. How can we be of help in preparing others for heaven and our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ?

IT IS THE JOB OF THE CHRISTIAN LEADER AND THE CHRISTIAN LAYMAN TO TEACH PEOPLE TO LIVE HOLY. HOW?

By teaching them to FEAR GOD. By teaching them to have FAITH IN (TRUST) GOD. By teaching them to FOLLOW GOD. IT IS OUR JOB TO TEACH PEOPLE TO LOVE GOD.

IT IS OUR JOB TO TEACH PEOPLE TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER.

Jesus Christ gives it as a command. It is the second greatest command of all.

IT IS OUR JOB TO TEACH PEOPLE TO LOVE THE BIBLE.

To read it. To apply it. To proclaim it.

IT IS OUR JOB TO TEACH PEOPLE TO SERVE GOD.

It comes through loving God and His Word. It is an honor to serve Him and has eternal blessings. I have often said that it is truly an honor to serve God and to teach people to share in this honor is truly a privilege.

Daily Assignments

Read Song of Solomon 5-6, Proverbs 19. On a scale of 1 to 10, how do you feel you do in training others to be ready for Christ? What are some things you could do to improve in this area? Complete___