Autumn/Winter 2018-19 Issue
The following posts are part of the Autumn/Winter 2018-19 Issue. Articles in this issue contain information about harmful media and statistics, how to teach your child to stand for godliness, how to run a business the godly way, and find out what it means to be “unchristian” in the body of Christ. Have you ever wondered what Jesus meant by “a memorial would be spoken of her”? Read about that and many more topics in this issue. Plus, read the beautiful testimony of a Jewish girl who found the Messiah.full course
- The Unusual Suspects: The Flat-Earth People
- Parable: Grumpy and Dumpy
- Moment of Truth: Casting Down Lies #36
- Moment of Truth: Casting Down Lies #37
- Moment of Truth: Casting Down Lies: #38
- Moment of Truth: Casting Down Lies #39
- 33 Beautiful Scriptures for Social Sharing
- Modesty Minute: Fake Blessings
- Light Up Your Faith On Social Media
- What It Means to Come to Jesus Like a Little Child
- Running a Business the Godly Way
- How to Teach Your Child to Stand Strong in the Faith
- Why Men Need Their #MeToo
- The Memorial of Mary: Portrait of Repentance
- The Greatest Jew of All Time – By Rachel Graff
- The UnChristian
- Sins that Ticked Off God
- Christian Moms, We Need You Right Now
Parable: Grumpy and DumpyEstimated Reading Time: 1 minute
Once upon a time there was a grumpy. The grumpy was grumpy to her patrons until 10 a.m. nearly every day. When 10 a.m. arrived, Grumpy was no longer grumpy.
One day, Grumpy had a mature patron before 10 a.m. Grumpy gave her mature patron a service, but because it was before 10 a.m., Grumpy was grumpy and failed to speak to her patron. This made the patron angry and she never returned for a service with Grumpy.
Months later– Grumpy, who wasn’t baptized, decided to go to church. While Grumpy was at the church, she had to go to the restroom. The mature patron who left Grumpy months earlier walked into the restroom and she smiled at Grumpy.
Grumpy felt convicted as she washed her hands.
Then Grumpy said, “I’m sorr…” But, before Grumpy could finish, the patron dropped her smile and said, “Nope,” as she walked out the restroom door.
What should the mature patron have done?
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