April 8th Daily Discussion

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Today we're in Romans 15:14-32.

We can all use a little reminder. No matter how well you know something--your job, a hobby, a person, the Bible--sometimes a reminder can be really helpful. Paul knew that. Romans 15:15 says, "I have been bold enough to write about some of these points, knowing that all you need is a reminder." (NLT) So when you hit a scripture passage or even a verse that you've read a hundred times, resist the temptation to skim over it. Instead, ask God to make it new to you. Read it again thoroughly. Read it out loud. It just might be the reminder you need for that day! Tami W.

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Yes, this one is so very true to me. I have a reminder in our House, on the Livingroom walls, in the Hallway, and in the Badroom, yes, and even in the Bathroom walls. It might seem to sound very interesting, but I love'it. Oh, I almost forgot....I also have two reminders right above my zink (Kitchen Zink), here are the ones I have above my zink,"O Lord, Help my words to be gracious and tender today, for Tomorrow I may have to eat them.
and the next one is: In all thy ways acknowledge HIM and HE shall direct thy paths. Prov.3:6.
I read these over and over and over again, but everytime I read this, is as totally new to me.
Reminders are good.

Hi Tami,
Thank you for this advise. I have done just that many times. Skimmed over, And also have done as you said, and received the benefits.
One word sometimes will make a difference in our life. I have had the following thought before; I don’t remember that word being there last time I read this. WOW!
Thanks again.

Paul gave himself completely to Christ and the work that was given to him. This heart of Christ in Paul shines out so clearly and the teaching was to be immataiters of him as he follows Christ! I find that exciting. Reach the world with the great news, there are many waiting to hear this great news. To grow the body up into fruitful service in big and small ways as He has given you acertain amount of faith. Following the law of love just as Christ did so as many would become sons of God.

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