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Communion, Missionaries, Harold Camping, and Depression

Posted by on May 24, 2011 in blog links | Comments Off

Communion, Missionaries, Harold Camping, and Depression

There are so many good blog posts that I’ve starred in my feed reader. There’s no way that I can devote a separate post for each one, although they certainly deserve it.

Instead, I’m going to gather several of them together in this post.

Please, take the time to read these. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Chris at “The Amplified Life” writes about “Acts 27:35 and the Communion Meal
This is a very interesting passage, and one that the church should definitely consider. Yes, Paul uses all the nomenclature of “communion” or “the Lord’s Supper” or “the Eucharist”, and then invites the pagan sailors to join him in the meal.

Andy from “aBowden Blog” writes about “Living as a missionary in a small, southern town
Yes, even small, southern towns in the middle of the Bible belt need missionaries. And, if you’re a follower of Jesus Christ, then you are a missionary.

Steve at “From the Pew” writes “Harold Camping: An Untold Story
Yes, this is the same Harold Camping who predicted the rapture would occur on May 21, 2011, and still predicts the world will end on October 21, 2011. You should read what Steve says.

Jason at “Second and Content” writes “Do Not Give Up
Remember that Jason is currently in South Africa. He has been struggling with depression and discouragement and writes about that in this post.

So, there you have it. Four very good posts. Believe it or not, I have even more to share, but they will have to wait for another post.

What do you think?