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According to the official web site of ‘Jethro PMM’ Jethro is designed to facilitate efficient team ministry, so it’s named after Moses’ father-in-law, who in Exodus 18:13-23 introduced Moses to the concept of delegation.
Now this is a web app meant to install and run in a publicly accessible web server. However storing individual details of your ministry team in a web server isn’t safe unless the server is secured. If you can’t afford for security the next option is to install Jethro in a local PC. So in today’s blog post I am going show you how I installed it in my Windows 7 driven PC.
Grace is the central theme of this parable. In it we meet a group of laborers whose master wasn’t very happy (in Matthew 20:13 “friend” is used ironically) because they failed to identify the grace he expressed unto them. Likewise today there are Christians in the church who don’t walk in the grace of God. Needless to say such behavior doesn’t impress God at all. In this parable I recognized three reasons as to why we fail to walk in God’s grace and how to overcome them. Click here to read the rest of, Sermon: The parable of the workers in the Vineyard
James Paul a recent visitor to this blog had left a comment questioning the power of prayer. James, I was wondering how to answer your question when I came across this animated video clip. I don’t know about you, but I found myself crying at the end of it.
1. Define, working class: “those employed in lower tier jobs (as measured by skill, education and lower incomes), often extending to those in unemployment or otherwise possessing below-average incomes.”
2. In the Bible there’s no such group as “working class”. However in it we find many people that fit into the above description.
3. Do you know these people though they are long gone have a three fold message about God and his love for those who toil and labor today? Let me take you 2000 years back in time.