A snapshot freezes a moment in time and serves to remind us of something meaningful to our lives, whether it is an event, a scene, a story, or a message. In Snapshots, author Earl Fashbaugh presents a photo album in words of all sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments, revealing the essential elements of each scriptural message and inviting us to explore our own personal meaning as we draw closer to God and his Word. As our society and our lives grow more complex, simple, meaningful messages become more and more important. Scripture provides this on a deeply personal level, and while we can learn so much from Bible scholars and those who have studied hard in order to serve as our pastors, ministers, and priests, we must take it upon ourselves to sit quietly and read, pray, and contemplate how the Bibleas lessons apply to our everyday lives. Every book in the Bible contains practical lessons on daily living. Snapshots reflects on each book in turn, studying applications in society, church, and family; it serves as an indispensable daily devotional for those of us looking for guidance from the Holy Spirit and a unique, personal connection to the Lord.tune-up. Scripture - 1 Thessalonians 1:1 a 2:3 Before the days of electronic ignition and fuel injection, in order for a car ... Case in point, our 1976 Ford Pinto was not running well in spite of all efforts to change the plugs, sparkplug wires, and air filter. ... Paula#39;s letter to the Thessalonians bears instructions in this regard. Focus Scripture: I Thessalonians 1: 4-5 aFor we know, brothers 99 Day 26: Get a tune-up.
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