Well, finally, I am back to blogging again. I am learning the art of media and the published word. It has been a real learning curve for me, but very worth it.
My trip to Guatemala was another successful one. In fact I would say it was one of the best ever. I taught my class 3 consecutive times, which meant that I taught 8 out of the 10 days I was there including Sunday’s trip to Huehue. I was pretty exhausted at the end.
The students were wonderful. Hungry for the Word. I am always so amazed at how the Holy Spirit opens their hearts through the teaching. When we look through the controversial scriptures of Paul, they are usually a little apprehensive as to what is to come. At the end of each exegetical study, they are amazed at how much sense it makes when approached with the knowledge of the Greek or Hebrew. In fact asking the right questions of the letter, or text, will help us know to what he meant. In each instance, there are statements made by the apostle that simply do not make sense. These confusing teachings make more sense to us when we understand the times and the people they were written to, discover the meaning in the original language, and then see how they relate to us today.
I want to thank you so much for all the love and support you given over the years, I simply could not do this without you.
God bless you dear friends!!