[b-greek] Greek Texts To Memorize

From: Michael W. Philliber (cbaam@netdoor.com)
Date: Wed May 16 2001 - 15:57:27 EDT


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<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Hey ya'll,</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV><FONT size=2>I like these lines (both the 'reading Greek out loud' line
&amp; the 'memorization' line).&nbsp; One text I have added to morning prayers
(in Greek, out loud) is Romans 11:36.&nbsp; It 'sounds' good, is easily
pronounced, &amp; for a rock like me, it penetrates understandably, into the
deeper recesses of the cranium cave.&nbsp; Maybe adding the Greek &amp; Hebrew
to prayers (prayed out loud - right?) would take the text from the brain into
the blood!&nbsp; </FONT></DIV>
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<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Pastor Michael W.&nbsp; Philliber,<BR>Pickens
Presbyterian Church (PCA),&nbsp; 662.468.2115<BR>Pickens Mississippi
(&quot;Where in all of creation is Pickens?&quot;)<BR>&quot;Grace is God's
giving us sovereign joy in God that triumphs over joy in sin.&quot;&nbsp; John
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