Wow. What a beautiful day we are experiencing today on Long Island. Glory to God! I am glad to say that when I see things of beauty, I always turn back to praise Him. Something we at The Blue Point Bible Church are always diligent at doing.
I has surely been a productive week of offering teaching resources. I want to share some of those things with you.
On Monday, I released Wicked Things Explained podcasts. Each week there will be a podcast going through the context and details of each passage found in the brackets throughout the book. This week we touched on Isaiah chapters 8-9. Listen at the following link, https://wickedthingsexplained.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/wicked-things-explained-isaiah-816-97/
On Tuesdays at 8PM, you can now listen to podcasted shows of the Hairy Tick Variety Show. This past week, Daniel Rogers joined me on the show. Here is a link to that podcast, http://www.spreaker.com/user/10014082
Also, as promised I produced a video teaching that coincides with out Saturday morning Bible study through 2 Corinthians. Following think paragraph, you will find a link you can watch a video teaching on 2 Corinthians chapters 1-4. We hope you might consider joining us for 9AM Bible study on Saturday mornings. Here is the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvbU8RsngEI&t=4s
Lastly, I was finally able to write up my part 1 response to Jerel Kratt’s critique of the CBV that was in the most recent Fulfilled! Magazine. You can read that response at the following link, https://mianogonewild.wordpress.com/2017/09/14/kratts-critique-of-cbv-critiqued-pt-1/
Don’t forget. This coming Sunday, September 17th is National Back to Church Sunday. At The Blue Point Bible Church we will be launching a new sermon series called “Things Christians Say” which will foster true Christian and Biblical foundations, as well as challenge many misconceptions regarding the “things Christians say”. Tell a friend. Invite a friend! Sundays at 10:30AM (graphic attached) Â
I look forward to seeing many if not all of you this weekend!
In Service to Him,
Pastor Michael Miano