ISSL Reflections September 25 2022 Genesis 35:22b–26; 38:24–26; 49:10–12 Post 1

I.I have to say – in my initial reading of this week’s focus Scriptures, I was confused, speechless and wondering where this collection of verses was supposed to lead me. Why jump between these passages? So, I went back to … Continue reading

ISSL Reflections May 22 2022 Galatians 5:1–15 Post 3

VII.Did you notice? Paul wrote, For in Christ Jesusneither circumcision nor uncircumcisioncounts for anything;the only thing that counts isfaith working through love. How do you hear Paul presenting more aspects of such a statement? VIII.Galatians 5:1-15 (New Revised Standard Version) … Continue reading

ISSL Reflections May 22 2022 Galatians 5:1–15 Post 2

IV.Let’s think with Paul today about what could lead us to “ … submit again to a yoke of slavery.” V.Galatians 5:1-15 (New Revised Standard Version) For freedom Christ has set us free. Stand firm, therefore, and do not submit … Continue reading

ISSL Reflections July 25 2021 Romans 5:1-11 Post 3

VIII. Might we be able to see things in this passage that highlight the kind of living God desires for us. Read the passage paying attention to what God wants for you – makes available to you – and you … Continue reading

March 21,2021, 2 Kings 22:14-20 Post 2

You can find this week’s Scripture passage at – VI.First, let’s reread this week’s Scripture in 2 Kings 22:14-20. Now let’s take a few minutes to read some of 2 Kings 23 and notice what happens when King Josiah’s delegation … Continue reading

ISSL Reflections February 7, 2021, John 4:25-42 Post 3

Here is a link to our passage and it’s context – VIII.We find two people where they are not expected to be. A Jewish man at a well in Samaria. A Samaritan woman who comes alone to a well at … Continue reading