Stan’s main takeaway for each day this past week.
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Monday, January 2 (Failure to obey God is my loss) — Does God need our obedience, or does He just want it?
Tuesday, January 3 (Back to the beginning)— The assurance of salvation and what it means for us while God keeps us on this side of eternity. The beginning of Waiting for the Train.
Wednesday, January 4 (The package deal of Romans 8:28) — Do we believe and live like “all things” means what it says? Or do we want to limit it to what we consider “good”?
Thursday, January 5 (Why’d Luke do that?) — Luke wrote his gospel so we will know the truth. Isn’t that why we have the Bible? Shouldn’t we be reading and studying it so we will know?
Friday, January 6 (Being like Anna) — When she found out, Anna told everyone about Jesus. How about us, are we doing that?