CONNECTIONS News – 08/24/2014

Connecting man to man to God
For week of August 24, 2014
Issue 525

The weekly newsletter of Path Of Life Ministries.
Our mission is to lead men to Jesus Christ and provide opportunity for Christian men to grow in their faith and minister to others.

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By day the LORD commands his faithful love; by night his song is with me — a prayer to the God of my life.
– Psalm 42:8 CEB

CONSIDER
Love is an act of endless forgiveness, a tender look which becomes a habit.”
– Peter Ustinov

EBOLA MISSIONARY POINTS TO FAITH IN CHRIST AFTER HOSPITAL RELEASE
Both Christian missionaries who contracted the Ebola virus while ministering to patients in Liberia have been released from an Atlanta hospital.

Kent Brantly, 33, was released Thursday (Aug 21). The Samaritan’s Purse doctor said at a news conference, “Today is a miraculous day. I am thrilled to be alive, to be well and to be reunited with my family.”

Nancy Writebol, 59, has not spoken to reporters since being released two days earlier. Media representatives are being told the SIM (Serving in Mission) missionary is spending private time with her family including her two sons, Jeremy and Brian Writebol.

Ed Stetzer, vice president of LifeWay Research, interviewed both sons about their mother’s ordeal and how her Christian faith has played a role in her recovery. Following are excerpts from that interview…. Read this in full at
http://www.bpnews.net/43199/ebola-missionary-points-to-faith-in-christ-after-hospital-release

NAVY TELLS LODGES TO PUT REMOVED BIBLES BACK INTO ROOMS
Bibles are going back into Navy lodges.

The Navy on Thursday ordered the Bibles returned to rooms and said it is reviewing a decision by the Navy Exchange to remove them from its worldwide network of military hotels.

Atheists had cheered a victory after a complaint prompted the exchange to begin moving the Bibles to its lost-and-found bins this summer, but the Navy said the decision was made without consulting senior leadership.

“That decision and our religious accommodation policies with regard to the placement of religious materials are under review,” Navy spokesman Cmdr. Ryan Perry wrote in an email to Stars and Stripes. “While that review is under way, religious materials removed from Navy Lodge rooms will be returned” …. Read this in full at
http://www.stripes.com/news/us/navy-tells-lodges-to-put-removed-bibles-back-into-rooms-1.298351

GREAT BIBLE MADE ENGLISH VERSION MORE AVAILABLE
by Adlen Robinson
The second installment of The Payette English Bible Collection Series, is the 1539-41 Great Bible Folio Sixth Edition.

This Bible is magnificent, both in its physical appearance (as the largest of the seven editions) and for the symbolic role it played in the events of the English Reformation.

Indeed, as the first ever Bible authorized to be placed in the largest churches, the importance of this particular Bible is monumental.

The cost of purchasing one copy of this edition was so high that only a few hundred churches were able to acquire a edition, and many times had to accept unbound as the cost of a bound copy would equate to roughly 17 years of a gentleman’s annual salary…. Read this in full at
http://www.forsythnews.com/section/20/article/25224/

THE NEW AND EXTRA-BIBLICAL “WE WILL SERVE THE LORD!”
by Clare De Graaf
Joshua once said, what many of us have declared for our families, “But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15b. But Joshua had something completely different in mind than most Christians do when they use the phrase “serve the Lord.”

Have you ever thought what Joshua and the average Israelite actually did in the course of their week to serve the Lord? In Joshua’s day there was no synagogue worship on the Sabbath, so no Sunday school classes to teach, no parking lot attendance, or choir practice or missions committee meeting to attend. There were no para-church ministries to volunteer for, or give money to and yet they served the Lord.
How did they do that and what are we missing?

To serve the Lord biblically has always meant two primary things:
1. Love God above all
2. Obey God in everything…. Read this in full at
http://www.claredegraaf.com/2014/08/18/the-new-and-extra-biblical-we-will-serve-the-lord/

DON’T PRETEND TO KNOW WHAT’S GOING ON
by Patrick Morley
Job said God was attacking him, but it was Satan. Job thought his days were over, but they were not. Job misinterpreted his circumstances, so his conclusions were wrong.

And then there were his friends. Their attempts to “explain” God quickly turned into crazy speculations and charges–and even crazier recommendations.

When like Job you think God is punishing you, or when your “friends” are convinced you’re suffering because you’ve sinned, it may be something altogether different. The lesson for us?

When we don’t really know what’s going on, let’s be humble and not pretend we do.
http://patrickmorley.com/blog/2014/8/13/dont-pretend-you-know-whats-going-on

HOW TO SHARE THE GOSPEL WITH SOMEONE WHO THINKS ALL CHRISTIANS ARE HYPOCRITES
by Kevin Halloran
I’ve heard it before and I’m sure you have too—the common skeptic complaint that all Christians are hypocrites. To back up this claim, many point to being burned by a Christian in the past, abuse that has taken place in the church, or media portrayals of Christians, and come to the conclusion that because of that failure, Christianity must be a hoax.

I hope to encourage you and equip you to not only respond, but be able to steer these types of conversations into great opportunities to share the gospel. There is no one-sized-fits-all approach to any evangelistic endeavor, but here are a few steps you could take to steer this type of conversation somewhere eternally productive…. Read this in full at
http://www.churchleaders.com/outreach-missions/outreach-missions-articles/175894-kevin-halloran-gospel-with-someone-who-thinks-all-christians-are-hypocrites.html

I WAS SAVED AT OPEN COMMUNION
by Tara Edelschick
When I was a child, my father, a secular Jew, paid me a dollar for each volume of the encyclopedia I read. He bought me electronics kits that we played with for hours on the weekends. My mother was a lapsed Lutheran who taught me how to find bargains at the mall. She once told me to put away my books during finals because I was hosting a dinner party that night. “You’ll never remember your finals grades, but you’ll never forget it if you serve a bad ham.”

Our house was loving, loud, and fun, but an undercurrent of anxiety coursed through it all. We were always broke, my parents were usually disappointed with one another, and the world felt scarier than circumstances seemed to demand.

The message of my childhood was clear and insistent: Work, play, and love hard, and at all times stay in control, because something scary is waiting to take you down. I heeded that message into adulthood. I went to a great college, found the perfect job, and chose a wonderful husband. Weaker souls might need a god, but I needed no such crutch. My anxiety would keep me on my toes so that I could orchestrate the perfect life…. Read this in full at
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2014/july-august/i-was-saved-at-open-communion.html

THE ART OF THE SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE
by Elisabeth Kvernen
We’re interviewing Susan Sink, author of The Art of The Saint John’s Bible: The Complete Reader’s Guide. Susan talks about the script, design elements and recurring themes and motifs used in The Saint John’s Bible, and how the Bible has been used for worship.

Can you tell us about the script used for the text of the Bible? What decisions went into the choice of this particular textual style?

The script was created by Donald Jackson. There were a number of constraints. He wanted it to be contemporary and easy to read. That meant it had to be legible even when it was reduced for the reproduction books. It had to be something that the scribes could learn to imitate without too much trouble, and reproduce with consistency from scribe to scribe. It all had to look the same. But Donald Jackson also wanted it to have gravitas. It was the Bible, after all, and it should have a serious script…. Read this in full at
http://collegevilleinstitute.org/blog/art-of-the-saint-johns-bible-part-two/

Also see “The Saint John’s Bible: A Work of Art”
https://www.biblegateway.com/blog/2014/04/the-saint-johns-bible-a-work-of-art/

THE NEXT CHAPTER FOR CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING
by Karen E. Yates
Renowned Christian author Philip Yancey’s article, Farewell to the Golden Age of Christian Publishing, left authors and readers concerned over the future of the industry. One author shared, “This is why I’m re-evaluating whether I want to be a writer anymore.” Another said, “This is just depressing.”

Working with my family’s Christian literary agency and law firm, Yates & Yates, I’ve witnessed some of the obstacles and opportunities in today’s ever-changing book market. While the industry looks different in the 21st century, many authors who have adapted to the new era find Christian publishing remains alive and well…. Read this in full at
http://www.christianitytoday.com/women/2014/july/next-chapter-for-christian-publishing.html?paging=off

WHY DOES GOD COMMAND VIOLENCE IN THE OLD TESTAMENT?
by Jefferson Bethke
One of my favorite authors lately has been Professor N.T. Wright. You know when you read a particular author at just the right time and their words seem to help answer the internal struggles you’ve been wrestling with? Dr. Wright has been that to me lately. His work on the Resurrection of Jesus as well as his insights into the actual world of Jesus is second to none. Right now I’m reading his newest book, Surprised By Scripture, which basically gives each chapter to some of the most divisive or tough to answer questions of our day (science vs. religion, women in leadership, etc.). I haven’t finished it yet, but I’m absolutely loving it. It got me thinking of what topics I’d add or want to ask him about that weren’t included in this book. One I am always thinking through, and specifically get asked by a lot of you guys when I’m on the road or in the YouTube comments, surrounds reconciling the Old Testament with the New Testament, as well as cases of violence in certain parts. So, I asked Wright about six questions pertaining to this that he was so gracious to answer via email (since he’s across the pond). Hope it blesses you guys as much as it blessed me! …. Read this in full at
http://www.churchleaders.com/pastors/pastor-articles/175797-jefferson-bethke-why-does-god-command-violence-in-the-old-testament.html?print

DEPEND ON GOD’S WILL
People who make decisions based merely on what seems most advisable to them will inevitably choose something inferior to God’s best. Jesus, the ultimate model for the Christian life, did not rely on His own best thinking, but depended completely on His heavenly Father for wisdom in everything.”
– Henry Blackaby

RELIGIOUS? ATHEIST? NONE? THERE’S AN APP FOR YOU
by Jamison Pfeifer
In 2014 there are more iPhone apps than there are people who live in Montana. Suffice it to say, there’s pretty much an app for most of the world’s pressing problems, whether it be an app that lets you message a pithy “Yo” to your friends, stops you from drunk dialing a friend/boss/lover on a boozy Saturday night, or (profoundly!) turns your phone into a moody rain storm for whenever you feel like embracing that twenty-first century malaise.

Just as interesting, though, is the number of apps that cater specifically to religious groups – ranging from the thoughtful, like Ramadan Fasting Timings 2014, to the ridiculous, as with Ordain Thyself. But if the ongoing appification of everything occasionally rings absurd – and even meaningless – then take solace in the existence of these well-meaning apps, which aim to improve your interior life, whether you’re a Buddhist, Catholic, heathen, or just looking for a vogue way to organize and enhance your spirituality. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it does give a sense of the range of apps available for people of many different creeds…. Read this in full at
http://www.faithstreet.com/onfaith/2014/08/15/religious-atheist-theres-probably-an-app-for-you/33503

NEW AMERICAN BIBLE REVISED EDITION IS NOW AVAILABLE ON BIBLE GATEWAY
Bible Gateway has announced that the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine has granted permission for the Bible website to include the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) in its extensive online free library of more than 180 Bible translations…. Read this in full at
https://www.biblegateway.com/blog/2014/08/new-american-bible-revised-edition-is-now-available-on-bible-gateway/

IN TECH HISTORY: THE GUTENBERG BIBLE AND PRINTING PRESS
On August 24, 1456, it is thought that Johannes Gutenberg finished a completed copy of his famous 42-line Bible, which has since been regarded as one of the most important works in the history of the printed word. Important to Christian and literary heritage, the Gutenberg Bible also marks a turning point in history which had profound effects on the world politically, philosophically and technologically, which we feel today in its greatest offspring: the Internet.

Before there was ever the printed word, there were scribes in both the West and the East. Through their tireless care and devotion, precious pieces of the ancient past have survived to see the modern world. Handwritten manuscripts, impeccably penned, tattered and worn with the passage of time sat upon the scribal desk, copied letter for letter with meticulous precision.

Thanks to the efforts of these learned men, ancient Greek, Chinese and Indian works have survived long after the death of their authors who have often slipped during this time into obscurity…. Read this in full at
http://www.brightsideofnews.com/2014/08/17/week-history-gutenbergs-bible/

BULLET IN UK WWI SOLDIER’S BIBLE ‘WAS GOD’S MIRACLE’
The grandson of a World War One soldier who attributed his survival to a miracle from God, has described when happened when his grandfather’s bible was hit by shrapnel.

George Vinall, from Eastbourne in East Sussex, was 25 years old when he dived into trenches to avoid shell fire…. Read this in full at
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-sussex-28860648

THE TRUE IDENTITY OF GOD
by Bryan Carter
There are those who are misrepresenting God’s identity. In many pulpits some are guilty of stealing God’s identity by misrepresenting Him.

1. There are those who have stolen His identity and replaced it with a prosperity God. They are saying His chief concern is our wealth and health. Somebody has stolen God’s identity.

2. There are those who have stolen His identity and replaced it with a universalism God. They are saying everybody is saved and that all roads lead to heaven. Somebody has stolen God’s identity.

3. There are those who have stolen His identity and replaced it with a fast-food God: a have-it-your-way relationship, attempting to redefine sin as a lifestyle, elevating love at the expense of holiness. Somebody has stolen God’s identity…. Read this in full at
http://www.preaching.com/sermons/11714203/

WAIT A MINUTE!
Smith climbs to the top of Mt. Sinai to get close enough to talk to God.

Looking up, he asks the Lord. “God, what does a million years mean to you?”

The Lord replies, “A minute.”

Smith asks, “And what does a million dollars mean to you?”

The Lord replies, “A penny.”

Smith asks, “Can I have a penny?”

The Lord replies, “In a minute.”
http://www.mikeysFunnies.com

TAKE 5
by The John Maxwell Company
Ask most people about their company’s mission statement, and you’ll receive a blank stare. It’s probably hanging on the wall somewhere, but no one even realizes it’s there. Pausing to consider the organization’s mission may help to orient a leadership team. However, in terms of day-to-day operations, the organization’s stated purpose is practically worthless.

Leaders should quit agonizing over the wording of an abstract mission statement that almost no one will read and that will have almost zero impact on their people. Instead, they should concentrate their efforts on developing and following a “Rule of 5” for their company…. Read this in full at
http://www.johnmaxwell.com/blog/take-5

VERSE TO PONDER
I always put the LORD in front of me; I will not stumble because he is on my right side.
– Psalm 16:8 CEB

CONSIDER
Missionary zeal does not grow out of intellectual beliefs, nor out of theological arguments, but out of love.”
– Roland Allen (1869-1947), Pentecost and the World, London: Oxford University Press, 1917, included in The Ministry of the Spirit, David M. Paton, ed., London: World Dominion Press, 1960, p. 35

WHERE CAN I GO FROM YOUR SPIRIT?
by Dr. O.S. Hawkins
This question comes from the heart of King David as he meditates on the greatness of our God. The 24 verses of Psalm 139 are filled with his wonder at the depths of God’s omniscience, His omnipresence, and His omnipotence.

Recently our young grandchildren visited us, and I marvel at their sense of wonder and inquisitive little minds about the world around them. It won’t be long before they have passed through this stage into the cold, practical world of scientific explanations. Unfortunately, our wonder has a tendency to get lost in all of our sophistication and progress, yet every new scientific discovery reveals yet another reason to wonder at our amazing Creator god. As someone has observed, it is tragic that, in the service of God, too many people lose the wonder of it in the work of it.

David hadn’t lost his sense of wonder. In Psalm 139 he expressed heartfelt wonder at our God – who knows all; who is everywhere present; and who is all powerful…. Read this in full at
http://www.faithgateway.com/can-go-spirit/

9 GAME-CHANGING LESSONS I LEARNED FROM BIBLE READ THRU 2014
by Asheritah Ciuciu
When I first heard about the challenge to read the Bible in four months, I was intrigued. I had spent most of my devotional time in the last few years doing close readings of New Testament books, and I wanted to zoom out and get a big picture view of the Bible.

But I didn’t think I could do it.

As a new mom to a beautiful baby girl, I could hardly find two minutes to brush my teeth, let alone the 45 minutes a day required to complete the 4-Month Bible Read Through.

I didn’t know how it would work, but I really wanted to join the challenge, so took the plunge. And I’m sure glad I did because I learned several important lessons that have changed the way I read the Bible…. Read this in full at
http://keithferrin.com/9-game-changing-lessons-learned-bible-read-thru-2014

AMERICA’S CHRISTIAN CONSERVATIVES PONDER A ‘BABYLONIAN EXILE’
by David Gibson
From the moment they set foot on North American soil, the Puritans who came to the continent viewed their “errand into the wilderness” through a biblical lens, seeing themselves as modern-day Israelites building a New Jerusalem in the New World.

But today, the culture war descendants of those Puritans are feeling increasingly alienated and even persecuted in the society they once claimed as their own. They’re shifting to another favorite image from Scripture — that of the Babylonian exile, preparing, as the ancient Judeans did, to preserve their faith in a hostile world…. Read this in full at
http://www.religionnews.com/2014/08/18/christian-conservatives-babylon/

SOCIOLOGIST: CONCEPT OF GOD IMPACTS POWER OF PRAYER, ANXIETY-RELATED DISORDERS
by Terry Goodrich

Prayer seems to be more effective at combating psychological challenges for some than for others, a Baylor University sociologist has found.

The type of attachment a praying individual feels toward God seems to matter most in easing symptoms of anxiety-related disorders, researcher Matt Bradshaw discovered.

According to his study, people who prayed to a loving and supportive God whom they thought would be there to comfort and protect them in times of need were less likely to show symptoms of anxiety-related disorders — irrational worry, fear, self-consciousness, dread in social situations and obsessive-compulsive behavior — than those who prayed but did not expect God to comfort or protect them…. Read this in full at
http://www.abpnews.com/faith/item/29092-sociologist-concept-of-god-impacts-power-of-prayer

STURGIS BIKE RALLY VOLUNTEERS MOVE INTO ‘DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND’
by Karen L. Willoughby
Closer to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally’s bar scene and with an extra three-hour nightly shift, Baptist volunteers nearly tripled the professions of faith recorded last year.

The Dakota Baptist Convention-led outreach — with its popular giveaway of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle — gave 120 volunteers from at least 20 states and Canada 3,654 opportunities to share three-minute testimonies, up from 2,141 last year, leading to professions of faith by 513 people, up from 178 in 2013.

“It was a wise decision that Garvon [Golden, DBC executive director] had, to move locations,” said Buck Hill, the convention’s missions director. “It put us deeper into the jungle, into the devil’s playground.”

This was the ninth year for the intentional evangelism ministry in which “catchers” encourage passers-by to enter an oversized venue to listen to one of the “witnesses” tell about how life changed since the volunteer came to know Jesus Christ personally. The pivotal question: “Has anything like this ever happened to you?” …. Read this in full at
http://www.bpnews.net/43170/sturgis-bike-rally-volunteers-move-into-devils-playground

STURGIS IMPACT GROWS ACROSS THE NATION
by Karen L. Willoughby
What sounded like a good idea at the time has grown into a national movement known as the “Sturgis method.” It involves a three-minute Gospel presentation and the possibility of winning a new motorcycle.

In addition to the Dakota Baptist Convention-led intentional evangelism initiative the last nine years during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally each August, offshoots now take place in Daytona Beach, Fla., and Myrtle Beach, S.C., with the Lone Star Rally’s first evangelistic thrust in Galveston, Texas, set for Nov. 7-8. Each of these rallies touts attendance of nearly 400,000.

Also this summer, a similar Sturgis-style outreach took place at the National High School Rodeo Finals in Rock Springs, Wyo…. Read this in full at
http://www.bpnews.net/43171/sturgis-impact-grows-across-the-nation

WONDERS OF PETRA AT JORDAN MUSEUM
To celebrate the bicentennial of the discovery of Petra by Swiss geographer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, the recently inaugurated Jordan Museum in Amman is holding the exhibition Petra, Desert Wonder. Petra is a historical and archaeological city in the southern Jordan, dating back possibly to the third century BC. Once the capital of the Nabataeans, Petra boasts of a rich cultural heritage has been recognized by UNESCO…. Read this in full at
http://www.theworldofthebible.com/history/wonders-petra-jordan-museum/

CONSIDER
“Measure your growth in grace by your sensitiveness to sin.”
– Oswald Chambers

VERSE TO PONDER
The one who has the Son has life. The one who doesn’t have God’s Son does not have life.
– 1 John 5:12 CEB

THIS WEEK’S HYMN: ALAS, MY GOD, MY SINS ARE GREAT
Words: Johann Major, 1613; translated from German to English by Catherine Winkworth, 1863
Music: Christianus Galler, 1625); adapted and harmonized by Johann S. Bach

Alas! my God! my sins are great,
My conscience doth upbraid me;
And now I find that at my strait
No man hath power to aid me.

And fled I hence, in my despair,
In some lone spot to hide me,
My griefs would still be with me there,
Thy hand still hold and guide me.

Nay, Thee I seek—I merit naught,
Yet pity and restore me;
Be not Thy wrath, just God, my lot,
Thy Son hath suffered for me.

If pain and woe must follow sin,
Then be my path still rougher,
Here spare me not; if Heaven I win,
On earth I gladly suffer.

But curb my heart, forgive my guilt,
Make Thou my patience firmer,
For they must miss the good Thou wilt,
Who at Thy teachings murmur.

Then deal with me as seems Thee best,
Thy grace will help me bear it,
If but at last I see Thy rest,
And with my Savior share it.

>from NetHymnal at
http://nethymnal.org/htm/a/m/g/amgomsag.htm

ON PRAYER
“Prayer is where the action is.”
– John Wesley

PRAY FOR PERSECUTED CHRISTIANS TODAY
http://christiansincrisis.net/

FRIDAY NIGHT RECAP
PREDESTINATION – FATE OR FREE WILL?
Aired 8/22/2014 @ 10:00PM central
Fate or free will? Plato or Socrates? Calvin or Arminius? For thousands of years, we’ve been asking, “Is everything fated, or is there free will? Is our every move preplanned by an outside force, or do we have freedom to move about the planet as we please?”
This is a topic we fight about to the point of separation. I have my challenges as I’m sure you do to.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepath/2014/08/23/predestination-fate-or-free-will

DAILY BLESSING PACT
Use the following list as your daily prayer guide. Think of a brother or situation that applies and lift them up in prayer.

I am agreeing in prayer with you for God’s blessings to overtake you!

PERSONAL
Marital harmony
Family unity
Children saved
Faithful pastor
Spirit-filled church
Real friendships
Relatives redeemed
Educational benefits
Recreational time
Fulfilling career
Favor with God and man
Be in God’s will

FINANCIAL
Better Jobs
Raises or bonuses
Benefits
Sales & commissions
Business Growth
Settlements
Estates & inheritances
Investment increase
Rebates & returns
Checks in the mail
Gifts & surprises
Money to be found
Bills decrease while blessings increase

“And all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if thou shalt hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God” (Deut. 28:2).

[As you travel on business or vacation, let me know if you’d like the church guys to pray for your safety and spiritual effectiveness. I’ll add your name to the list for the time you’ll be away.]

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SHARE YOUR FAVORITE WEBSITES
Tell us what sites you find enjoyable and why.

Video Throwback: Billy Graham Preaching the Gospel 38 Years Ago Today
http://www.churchleaders.com/pastors/videos-for-pastors/175861-billy-graham-preaching-the-gospel-38-years-ago-today.html

Electrifying photos of lightning
http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/19/us/irpt-lightning-photography/index.html?hpt=hp_c4

1000 Places to See Before You Die
http://1000places.com

The Chairless Chair: an invisible chair that you can wear
http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/20/tech/innovation/the-chairless-chair

All links to websites are provided as a service, and do not imply endorsement by this ministry.

(BTW: whenever the URLs in this newsletter are too long to turn into links on your e-mail program, just copy the entire URL (two lines or more) and paste it into a temporary email message. Then delete the return in the middle of it and copy it again. Then paste it into your web browser and hit enter.)

Always proof-read carefully to see if you any words out.
Frank Coleman, Editor
frank@frankcoleman.com

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