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Context Matters: The Weaker Vessel

By Peter Krol

Another great article from Peter……

Though it may be unpopular to say it out loud in public these days, the Bible commands husbands to show honor to their wives “as the weaker vessel” (1 Peter 3:7). The reason for this is dramatic (“since they are heirs with you of the grace of life”), and the cost of failure is steep (“so that your prayers may not be hindered”). So it behooves husbands to ensure they understand what is expected of them. And the context should help.

Read more here:

https://www.knowableword.com/2020/01/31/context-matters-the-weaker-vessel/

One of the Most Overlooked Reasons Why We Should Trust the Bible – by Michael J. Kruger – Canon Fodder

When deciding what to believe about the Bible, who should we listen to?

That’s a rather basic question, and I suppose there are many possible answers. We could listen to our friends—maybe a roommate or a co-worker.  Then there are family members, maybe our parents or siblings. Surely they would have an opinion. Or we could look to our leaders, a pastor or professor who seems to be an “expert.”  And there’s always Google if we really want to know what to think!

But in the midst of all the options there is one person that, ironically, Christians (and non-Christians) overlook. Jesus.

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Summer Study — The Gospel of Mark

Mark PUP NASB Workbook

Date: Wed, Jun 10 at:

12:00 PM, 4:00 PM, and 7:00 PM PDT

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