What shall we study next? That’s the nicest question in CBS but not always the easiest to answer! We suggested that people look at the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, 1 and 2nd Samuel, Acts and Ephesians. Two weeks later we came together again and Ton, a retired physicist, asked if he
RYAN HIGGINBOTTOM writes in Knowable Word We’re already a week into 2019, so you’ve probably had your fill of blog posts and articles about New Year’s resolutions. Even if you’ve been able to focus on habits instead of resolutions, one can only take so much. For a Christian who likes a fresh start with their
“Powerlessness is our greatest treasure. Don’t try to get rid of it. Everything in us wants to get rid of it. Grace is sufficient for you, but not something you can understand. To be in too big a hurry to get over our difficulties is a mistake because you don’t know how valuable they are
Jim Elliff makes an important point. Writes Peter Krol of Knowable Word. To read Scripture rightly, we must be willing to allow each author, in each text, to make the point he wants to make. We must not be quick to harmonize its teaching with the rest of the Bible, lest we dilute or overturn the point
We are going to have our CBS Europe Conference in Maastricht, the Netherlands on March 29-April 1, 2019. If you are a pastor of a church and your church is using CBS, we welcome you to join the pre-forum conference that starts on Friday morning, March 29. We will learn from our speakers and each
Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! (Ps. 103:1) I read from a book how we often ask God to bless what we do. The author challenged us to think differently. How can I bless the Lord? What can I do today to bless His holy name?
Thank you everyone for your love and support for CBS Europe during the current year. Have a Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year 2018! For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty
I was reading 1 Samuel 1:20-28. It was one of the readings for Mother’s Day last Sunday. Everyone always talks about Hannah’s sacrifice because it was huge! I can’t imagine having to do that. It was her husband Elkanah who not only agreed, but set the boundaries in place. It was his statement at the end that struck
A few years back, on a ski-ing holiday in the French Alps, I was feeling rather proud of myself, having progressed further than I had on previous years (always on the nursery slopes and the blue runs!). This year, the scenery was lovely, it spurred me on, higher and higher and onto runs I would
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