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Shared with a friend who just lost his wife

I attended a celebration of life today.  It was for the wife of a long time neighbor.  The woman, Nancy, who passed was a very dear friend of my wife.This is what I shared with the woman's husband,…Continue

Started Feb 8

AND MAC DAVIS THOUGHT IT WAS HARD TO BE HUMBLE????
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NOTE:  I am a non-paid, non-pastoral laypersonOh Lord it's hard to be humanI’m defective in every wayI looked in the Spiritual mirrorBut all that I saw was decayThen You sent Christ in to my lifeI…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. Feb 15.

CALENDAR YEAR END PRAYER
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Recognizing, to be kind, the diversity in our world today, I have asked HELP in writing this prayer.To those of you of the Christian faith:May your holiday shopping time be painless;May your…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Malva Birch Nov 30, 2019.

Will God Bless America One More Time?

 “A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.”— Proverbs 18:2. Too bad the USA has this separation of church and state when it comes to political discussions.  This…Continue

Started Aug 17, 2019

 

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RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. replied to Phil Miglioratti's discussion Praying Scripture Truths
"All zip files opened.  Are these Jana's worksheets?  If so, I can see how they would be helpful in structuring sermons. Maybe the closet I pray in is too small.   "
May 18
Malva Birch commented on RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s blog post AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"Such a great message! I'm right now reading a book by David Pratt about small house churches he visited in remote Himalayan villages, and how these very poor people who are severely persecuted for their faith in Jesus, do church. Life changing!…"
May 11
Phil Miglioratti commented on RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s blog post AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"A few ideas that might help other congregations incorporate this rethinking... http://discipleshipnetwork.ning.com/forum/topics/reimaginesundays"
May 11
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a blog post

AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From an unpaid, non-pastoral lay person:Saw a sign that read, "The Church has left the Building," in front of a church in Palatine, Illinois on May 9th.They had added more to their sign below this phrase, probably about on-line worship and stuff.But I really didn’t see that part.I HAD ALREADY RECEIVED GOD’S MESSAGE!!!!!!!!!See More
May 11
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a blog post

RE-IMAGINING OUR ATTITUDE

We’re in a pandemic!  What is God waiting for? So many in the world have said, "no," to Him--and He Respects that.  God isn't causing Covid-19.  But He's not Intervening.  He is Waiting on the sidelines--to be invited back in: to be called by His Creations. We Creatures of His have free will: the right to say "yes" or "no" to God. And we humans have been sending Him a lot of negativity in recent decades.  So, how's that working out for us?See More
Mar 26
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a blog post

A logical look at praying

Many think being on one’s knees is the way to pray.  But knee pain can set in quickly. Some set a clock for a certain time of daily prayer.  When time is up, prayer concludes. A walk with God is best because the distance of the walk lengthens the conversation.  A person gets more time to ask questions.  He Gets more time to Give and Repeat Answers.  God also provides receptacles along the path you walk with Him where you can discard those "prayers(?)" that are not in accordance with His Will.See More
Feb 25
Malva Birch commented on RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s blog post Saying "yes" or "no" to God
"Lord, help us to say yes to You and to be faithful... Thank You."
Feb 23
Malva Birch commented on RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s blog post Time Off
"Lord, thank You for rest. Let us rest in You and be at peace. Thank You."
Feb 23
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a blog post

Saying "yes" or "no" to God

Spoken of frequently in Christianity is a personal relationship with Christ.  One either has that or does not.  God seeks all of the world (John 12:47). God has Given us free will.  Free will is nothing more and nothing less than having the right to say, “no,” to God.  All human sin is committed after one says, “no,” to God.  But Grace allows that same sinner to say, “yes,” to God at other decision points in their life.  Clearly, whether God Exists has a “yes” or “no” answer. Perhaps what needs…See More
Feb 21
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a blog post

Time Off

Christians should understand that, while we are always On Call, we are not On Duty 24/7/365.God Knows we're in for the long run.  But He also Knows that humans cannot run as fast or as long as He Can.  He told us to take a rest (e.g. Exodus 20:8)So, at those times when you may think you are not doing the Lord's Work, consider that it may just be a "sabbathitcal." See More
Feb 16
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. left a comment for Shawn Papi
"Hi Shawn, If you see anything helpful that I've shared here, please feel free to repost it on your Site.   I am under “contract” to Inspired Transmissions, GOD (that's like "Inc." or "LLC" only…"
Feb 16
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. and Shawn Papi are now friends
Feb 16
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. replied to RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s discussion AND MAC DAVIS THOUGHT IT WAS HARD TO BE HUMBLE????
"PLEASE NOTE: All Spiritual and secular copyrights reserved by Inspired Transmissions, GOD"
Feb 15
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Feb 11
Malva Birch replied to RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR.'s discussion CALENDAR YEAR END PRAYER
"May the Son of God who came to earth to die for our sins be glorified at Christmas and all through the new year. May we bring much joy to God because of His Spirit working in our lives, in the Name of Jesus Christ, amen."
Nov 30, 2019
RICHARD H. SKIBA, JR. posted a discussion

CALENDAR YEAR END PRAYER

Recognizing, to be kind, the diversity in our world today, I have asked HELP in writing this prayer.To those of you of the Christian faith:May your holiday shopping time be painless;May your commemoration of the Lord’s arrival on earth be a blessing and pagan-less.To those who believe in God, while following other traditions:May you find contentment and wonder in what you hold close to your heart;May the comfort and peace I have grown to love over the years be yours.To those who do not believe…See More
Nov 29, 2019

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My Primary #ReimaginePRAYER Focus
In my Closet
This Scripture Drives My #Reimagine Journey
Romans 14

Ezekiel 2:1-3:11
How To Begin a Reimagine Journey [My Tweet-Sized (280 characters) suggestion]
Think outside of the bricks and mortar box. The Universal church has no walls, no congregational separations.

The simple, clear message of Christ is the Giving of, and the receiving of, Grace. Use all He has placed in your trust, including human logic, to share, and not scare, people with this Good News.
WHY? is it important for the Church to #ReimaginePRAYER?
Because prayer is dialog--questions and answers.

Because prayer is for asking. Since he supplies all our needs and even some of our desires that are consistent with His Will, as often as humanly possible, our prayers should be for assignments that advance His Purpose.
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AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From an unpaid, non-pastoral lay person:

Saw a sign that read, "The Church has left the Building," in front of a church in Palatine, Illinois on May 9th.

They had added more to their sign below this phrase, probably about on-line worship and stuff.

But I really didn’t see that part.

I…

Continue

Posted on May 10, 2020 at 5:16pm — 2 Comments

RE-IMAGINING OUR ATTITUDE

We’re in a pandemic!  What is God waiting for?

 So many in the world have said, "no," to Him--and He Respects that.  God isn't causing Covid-19.  But He's not Intervening.  He is Waiting on the sidelines--to be invited back in: to be called by His Creations.

 We Creatures of His have free will: the right to say "yes" or "no" to God. And we humans have been sending Him a…

Continue

Posted on March 26, 2020 at 2:52pm

A logical look at praying

Many think being on one’s knees is the way to pray.  But knee pain can set in quickly.

 

Some set a clock for a certain time of daily prayer.  When time is up, prayer concludes.

 

A walk with God is best because the distance of the walk lengthens the conversation.  A person gets more…

Continue

Posted on February 25, 2020 at 1:25pm — 1 Comment

Saying "yes" or "no" to God

Spoken of frequently in Christianity is a personal relationship with Christ.  One either has that or does not.  God seeks all of the world (John 12:47).

 

God has Given us free will.  Free will is nothing more and nothing less than having the right to say, “no,” to God.  All human sin is committed after one says, “no,” to God.  But Grace allows that same sinner to say,…

Continue

Posted on February 20, 2020 at 4:09pm — 1 Comment

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