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... I spoke on the importance of redeeming the time that God has given us to grow in stronger relationship with Him and one another. Mr. Mickelson spoke about the Oneness of God, showing how the Father works through Jesus Christ to accomplish His will in bring many sons to glory.
The fellowship after services was lively. The brethren were eager to welcome ...
... start going wrong
We boarded the plane and I started feeling fuzzy around the edges and I was asleep before the plane even took off
Got to Accra airport and the stewardess woke me up, we were at Accra I staggered off and got my bag from the belt, went and checked in for Heathrow
I got a few strange looks; I felt awful, but hung about and boarded the flight
I don’t remember much until Heathrow
The next entry is from Heathrow on ...
... sat outside while I ate the rest of Joanne’s indome that she could not finish. We were both very tired so we went inside our room and chatted a lot with the US girl. The girl from Canada from the Aboakyer Festival arrived in our room and was stressing out because she felt very busy. She was calling lots of doctors and then organized a car to take her to a hospital. I am pretty sure she would be fine but it was a little funny the fuss she made and we tried to ...
... of the best things
though with some lovely coloured fishing boats on the water around
the castle. From here we drove a short hop to Cape Coast castle. This
was a purpose built castle for slavery built in 1637. It was built by
the Dutch and then expanded by the Swedes. It changed hands 5 times
in 13 years until 1664 when it was captured by the British. In the
200 years that Britain had it it served as the Colonial capital and
administration building ...
... did this and formed a talmud that they elevated above the laws of God. We should not be looking to what is legal to do in our worship of God, rather to be asking what is helpful and best in our worship. Testing how far we can go or what is allowed of not, like in the case of keeping the Sabbath day Holy, often leads to us making rules and regulations of men, dos and dont's that are NOT in scripture and then start judging one another and making up traditions of ...
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