Bible Reader

Genesis 37-40

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Send Notes to Families of Imprisoned Christians   1 year, 4 months ago · View

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    Have you ever received an encouraging note while you were going through a difficult time? It is refreshing to know that someone cares enough to send a card. Now you can write directly to families of Christian imprisoned for their faith to let them know they are not alone. Add your personal note to VOM’s new […]
  • admin wrote a new blog post: A Prisoner’s Hope: "We Are Never Alone"   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail “On a Sunday morning, I walked towards my church and mused about the sermon, which I would have to deliver…while I was debating with Jesus the sermon, which I had to deliver after half an hour, at once a car of the secret police stopped near me, four men rushed out of the car, in a […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: A Prisoner’s Hope: "We Are Never Alone"   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail “On a Sunday morning, I walked towards my church and mused about the sermon, which I would have to deliver…while I was debating with Jesus the sermon, which I had to deliver after half an hour, at once a car of the secret police stopped near me, four men rushed out of the car, in a […]

  • dascribe wrote a new blog post Genesis 37 Q&A in the group AvatarRegarding:   4 years, 2 months ago · View

    Does the Bible contradict science? On today’s Friday Q&A, Dr. John Lennox – who holds several doctorates in both science and mathematics – takes questions on Genesis 37.

  • admin wrote a new blog post: What Would You Do if You Knew You Would Fail?   5 years, 11 months ago · View

    Read Genesis 39. For Joseph, slavery, Potiphar’s wife and prison were not detours from God’s will for his life. In fact, they were God’s will for his life. They were the path to the palace. They were not in the way; they were the way. Circumstances and the people around you are not your enemy. They are God’s […]