Hi there! Welcome to this week’s Christian Carnival. Here is the lineup:
*Pam at What Christians Want to Know talks about Christian Fellowship in her post entitled, Christian Fellowship Quotes. The unique thing about this post is that Pam lists quotes from well-known Christians on the subject of fellowship. Very interesting reading.
*Michael at Chasing the Wind has done one of the most thorough Bible studies of the Parable of the Samaritan I’ve seen. Reading this would be a great morning Bible study, and you can find it at his post entitled, Be a Good Neighbor.
*Rodney at Beyond Belief writes about the New Agey book, Course in Miracles. He gives us an audio of a pastor discussing why this book is NOT Christian. This is an important post as so much New Age and Buddhist thought is flooding into our evangelical churches. His post, very worth the read, is called, A Course in Miracles.
*Rob at the One Money Design blog reminds us that our career IS our calling. Read his thoughts on this vital subject in his post entitled, Can You Combine Your Calling and Your Career?.
*At the Closer 2 Thee blog, Joshua gives
an analogy of water heaters to illustrate our Christian life. I bet you’re curious as to how we are like water heaters, so you'll have to read his post entitled, Water Heater.
*Parents want to know where their children are at all times. So what does that have to do with a pure Christian walk? Ridge at the In Faith blog tells us how it applies in his post entitled, God Knows.
*Dan, at the same blog, writes about being able to help a quadriplegic in a very interesting way in his post, Harmonica Lessons.
*The Rhapsody of Realities blog is very encouraging this week telling us to keep on trekking in faith and not to give up, in their post entitled, There’s Hope For You in Christ.
*Md Shanta at the Your Spirit, Mind and Body blog writes about our two natures warring against each other and how to resolve this war in the post, What Nature Drives You?.
*My contribution this week is the answer to the question, "Are all Christian women supposed to submit to all Christian men?" I found a great article that does justice to this question in my post, Submitting To all Men?.
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