The Word in Our Lives Lesson 7 May 19, 2007
The Word in Our Lives
May 19, 2007
individuals this is a life-changing time of the year. From
pre-schools to universities, students are participating in
graduation ceremonies. It’s well-deserved celebration for
significant achievements in their lives.
When Nola’s name was read and she was presented her degree in general studies and history the audience rose to their feet in applause. Nola received the usual congratulations from the University President, Academic Dean and her Department Chair.
In an out-of-the-ordinary appearance, Kansas State Governor, Kathleen Sebelius, then came forward to present Mrs. Ochs a modified copy of the Guinness Book of World Records. The Governor announced that in the next printing of the book it would include Nola Ochs as the oldest college graduate in the world!
Mrs. Ochs achievement proves it is never too late to learn. In fact she told some reporters that she is considering starting coursework towards her master’s degree. But first she wants to apply for employment on a cruise ship so she can go around the world as a storyteller.
The Bible is full of stories you don’t have to board a cruise ship to hear. It is available in a variety of versions, languages and forms. You can even download the entire Bible onto certain cell phones.
Some of its stories rival a modern blog. Good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people. Fortunately for us the stories aren’t sugar-coated, reporting only things that perfect people said or did.
news is that the Word of God has life-giving and life-changing
power—if we read it. With the help of the Holy Spirit our faith
grows, the desire to read the Bible deepens, and the more we learn
the better we get to know Jesus. In this cyclical arrangement we
find strength to meet our day-to-day challenges.
An anonymous author of an e-mail currently being forwarded over the Internet asks us an important question:
“I wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cell phone.”
This is something to make you go....hmm...where is my Bible? “
Oh, and by the way, there will be no textbook buy-back when we get to Heaven.
So why not mark your Bible now, make notes in the margins and share it daily? ~ck
Paul Richardson, Director
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