TAKE NOTES!

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Do you take notes during your pastor’s sermons? I’m a note taker from way back. I not only stay focused; I save valuable teaching for future meditations. Pastors use varied methods in the delivery of their messages; the changing of methods is of little consequence as long as the message remains founded upon scripture. SEPTEMBER 2014 002

I am a fan of three-point sermons…

If you take notes, jot down this scripture verse from a KJV,                        1 Peter 5:10.

Message Outline:
I. Stablish
II. Strengthen
III. Settle

“But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect , stablish , strengthen , settle you (1 Peter 5:10 KJV).”

I’m flexible; I see a fourth point in the passage. I just might drop Stablish into second position and place Suffered in first place.

Keep pens and highlighters handy; take notes and hide God’s word in your heart. [Psalm 119:11]

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2 thoughts on “TAKE NOTES!

  1. I like to take notes, especially easy when there are numbered points. When each point begins with the same letter, I’m more likely to remember them all, for some reason. I stopped using a highlighter in my Bible or marking notes along the margins when I learned that many nonChristian folks consider that irreverent behavior on Holy Scriptures. They don’t do it on the Koran, for example, so if I do it in my Bible, they think I don’t consider the Bible sacred. I bought another Bible to use when reading it with nonChristians. Thanks for the great verses in this post.

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