Monday, October 6, 2008

Our eyes look to the Lord...He is on our side!

This week in Bible study we'll view a very interesting dvd on the first of three major Jewish feasts which are linked to our study of the Psalms of Ascent. We'll be talking about Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread, both of which have so much relevance to our lives and our pilgrimage. I'm always amazed at the beautiful correlation between Old Testament traditions and their fulfillment in Christ.
And if you have any insight or revelations or "aha!" moments from this week's homework, click on the comment button below and share with the rest of us!

In our girls' Sunday School class, we're going to be doing part two of a discussion of dating - YIKES! We had some lively discussion Sunday and we'll be delving deeper into what God has in mind for His precious daughters. Pray for me (please!) and for the girls. If they can get a handle on God's design for their lives at this age, they can, hopefully, avoid some unnecessary heartbreak. (Can I get a witness, sisters?) Any thoughts or insights to share with the girls would be appreciated. What do you know now that you wish you knew at 13? 15? 17? Thanks!


Susan Williams said...

Blog looks very cute! Good job Jessica!

Susan Williams said...

I fear people may be tired of me always posting stuff.... but my sister just IM'd me & told me that our roommate from College, Kirita, has an elevated white blood count. She has been cancer free for 9 years. She is an amazing person. The doctor's said she beat the odds (which were REALLY not in her favor -- she had about a 3% chance of survival) because of her faith in God. Please pray that when she retakes the test that her count will be normal.

Leslie Young said...

Hey, you're my best poster! Sorry to hear about Kirita - will definitely be praying...