This blog post will go online at exactly 11 AM EST today. That’s when we’ll kickoff our Sunday morning celebration with Praise & Worship at Living Waters Full Gospel Church in Homestead Florida. After 4 songs of worship I’ll step up to the pulpit. I’ll pray to our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ. After that I’ll preach a full sermon titled “Old & New”. I’ll be preaching mostly from Exodus, Leviticus, Matthew, and James. It’s all about God’s Law in the Old & New Testaments.
This is the 11TH Anniversary of my blogging here on WordPress. I previously blogged for about 6 months (in 2007) over on Myspace. I actually posted over 300 blog posts on Myspace before I moved over here to WordPress. I was encouraged to get in to blogging during my first year of salvation to share my day-to-day journey following God. Many of my brothers and sisters of my church family at the time were over here on WordPress blogging, and they encouraged me to join them. I did, and we had fun together for a year or so before they moved on and left for Facebook. I chose to avoid Facebook, as I went with Twitter instead. I was on Twitter before most of my friends were on Twitter. I eventually surrendered to the power of Facebook early in 2013, and again we had fun together for a few years before many of them moved on again and left for Instagram. I stayed on Facebook for almost 5 years. I quit posting new material over there last New Year’s Eve. (Not too many people even noticed.)
This past January I returned here to WordPress, and I resurrected my blog.
Now I have an all-new worldwide audience reading my blog posts 4 times per week. This is my 1,472ND blog post here on WordPress over the past 11 years. Not bad – considering I only posted 10 times in 2011 and 2012 before this blog went dark for 5½ years.
I’m on here indefinitely. I’m enjoying this current run on WordPress, and my blog posts will continue into 2019. I have some exciting plans for my ministry in the new year, and God will surely get all of the glory.
I’ll leave you with the intent of “Sunday Scripture” each week, and that is to share Scripture with you that I’ve been reading and studying. This is part of my sermon for today:
Don’t speak evil against each other – my dear brothers and sisters. If you criticize each other and condemn each other – then you are criticizing and condemning God’s law. But you are not a judge who can decide whether the law is right or wrong. Your job is to obey it. God alone – who made the law – can rightly judge among us. He alone has the power to save or to destroy. So what right do you have to condemn your neighbor ? (James 4:11-12 NLT)
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