A Mennonite Prophet II
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
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3d ago
J. C. Wenger – Mennonite Church in America “It is much easier to be plain than to be attractive, far easier to be quaint than to be relevant. And history fairly screams to us that in every generation the bulk of professing Christians are not winsome and prophetic witnesses at all. They try to get ..read more
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A Mennonite Prophet
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
4d ago
J. C. Wenger John Christian Wenger – 1910 – 1995 was a scholar, historian, writer and prophet. Among his books is the Mennonite Church in America. Written in 1966 and reprinted in 1995, it documents the history of the Mennonite Church in America. Several chapters are written by Harold Bender. The book is historic but ..read more
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Healing for Struggles in the Church
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
1w ago
Some questions arise about difficult church situations. Many congregations go through times of difficulty. Problems not addressed tend to escalate. People tend to polarize – taking sides in the struggle. Lack of Truth, unkind words, and lack of Biblical direction all take a toll on the flock. What can be done? Here are some questions ..read more
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David Franklin Ebling – “Just Because You Can…”
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
2w ago
David Ebling was my maternal grandfather. His Father was Frank. His middle name was Franklin. He and my grandma only had one child, a daughter who became my mother. I was the first of the next generation so I am Frank. My oldest son is Joel Frank. David Ebling was an energetic young man. He ..read more
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Do Not Be Like a Horse or Mule
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
2w ago
Psalm 32 We all struggle. How can we struggle well? We all need God’s help for struggles of life. In Psalm 32, David talks about his sin and his need for forgiveness and correction. There are two approaches to life. One is to be like a horse or a mule. They must be controlled by ..read more
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Life in the Spirit
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
2w ago
We are not citizens of earth trying to get to Heaven. We are citizens of Heaven trying to live victoriously here on earth. Jesus said that we must become like little children if we want to be part of the Kingdom of Heaven. Peter said that like little babies, we should long for the sincere ..read more
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Some Ideas
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
3w ago
Dallas Willard says, “Egotism is pathological self-obsession, a reaction to anxiety about whether one really does count. It is a form of acute self-consciousness and can be prevented and healed only by the experience of being adequately loved. It is, indeed, a desperate response to frustration of the need we all have to count for ..read more
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IV. Practical pointers for having the heart of your child
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
1M ago
Love is the answer. Love is usually spelled – T.I.M.E. Take time for just you and your child alone Listen in an unthreatening atmosphere so they can relax –with no pressure Do not ‘put-down’ what they say if you do not like it They will sometimes use ‘trial-balloons’ to get your reaction Be caring ..read more
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What to do if we have made mistakes? Part III.
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
1M ago
There are inverted structures– where right is wrong and wrong is right, black is white and white is black. Children of divorce, brokenness in families, polarizations in churches, schools, etc. are examples of inverted structures. In inverted structures we transfer our hurts to the children – sin begets sin instead of healing begets healing.There are ..read more
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A Beautiful Bundle of Life – Part II
Biblical Brethren Fellowship
by bbfflr
1M ago
How are you shaping the lives under your care? They are eternal souls. God will hold you accountable. Early, firm but loving discipline will put them on the path to self-regulation and joy. They will live lives of joy and peace and happiness OR they will live lives of hurt and pain and discouragement. The ..read more
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