Weekly Recap: October 17-22

Good morning from the Great Smoky Mountains,

One of the things I wanted to do when I stepped away from “full time, located preaching,” 3 1/2 years ago was spend a couple weeks in the Fall in the mountains.  Except for our honeymoon here 53 years ago, we’ve never had the time to come for more than 2-3  days at a time.

We’ve been blessed that this is 4th consecutive year to be here the last two weeks of October.  But an even greater blessing is the connection we’ve made with the brethren at the Cosby church of Christ and their preacher Olie Williamson and his sweet wife, Mary.  They are lovely folks.  Kind. Compassionate. And just the “salt of the earth” kind of people.

They’ve graciously issued me a standing invitation to preach whenever we’re in the area.  So, I will be speaking at Cosby tomorrow and next Sunday.  If you’re visiting the Smoky Mountains, come and worship with us.

Today’s recap features 4 posts on the topic Forgive Yourself. If you missed any of these installments, you will profit from catching up on this vital topic.

Have a great day.  And a wonderful weekend.

God bless,

Ken

 

Sunday Seed Thoughts:  The Best Day of the Week

 

 

Word of the Week: Examine

 

 

Forgive Yourself #1–Why Can’t We Forgive Ourselves? 

 

 

 

Forgive yourself #2–What are the Consequences of Not Forgiving Ourselves?

 

 

 

Forgive Yourself #3–How Can We Forgive Ourselves?

 

 

 

Forgive Yourself #4–What Happens When We Forgive Ourselves?

 

 

BONUS POST

Today’s bonus post is from 8 years ago.  It’s short. Contains some humor.  And offers some serious life lessons on discipleship.  Enjoy. Life Lessons Learned From A Walking Trail

 

 

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