Month: November 2012

This Week’s Devotions

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The Humble and the Godly

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The Humble and the Godly

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The Humble and the Godly

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A Day of Giving Thanks

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This wonderful bunch of Horners have much for which to give thanks…and so we did while sharing a fantastic meal and the privilege of just being together!

Jeff and Elizabeth with Michael and Brian, Scott and Meredith with Tom, Jon and Meghan, David and Cathy

This Week’s Devotions

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Praying Matters

Each week, a series of 4-5 devotional thoughts will be posted as a follow-up to the sermon from Sunday.  Click on the link for devotions from the sermon,

Praying Matters

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November 18, 2012

Praying Matters

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Stay Amazed — presented by Gateway Worship

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Well, I knew it would happen eventually…a repeat of an artist on my video postings!  Here is Rebecca Pfortmiller who sang “Forever Yours” on the last posting  singing one of our worship favorites at Providence.

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The Consequences of Ideas”

Each week, a series of 4-5 devotional thoughts will be posted as a follow-up to the sermon from Sunday.  Click on the link for devotions from the sermon,

Forever Yours — presented by Gateway Worship

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By the glorious grace of Jesus Christ, we who were estranged and desperate have been made the people of God.  We are forever His according to His great mercy and eternal love!  Hope this morning, you find comfort and encouragement in knowing that God has called you His own!

A Nabatean Amphitheatre and Temple, first century A.D. — Petra

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A view of the amphitheatre of Petra from across the street, inside a dwelling carved out of the side of the mountain.  An entire city was carved into the cliffs in an extraordinary demonstration of the ability of the Nabatean people to create this incredible city in the south of Jordan.

This second picture shows one of the temples carved into the mountainside.  For perspective in both photos, notice the size of the people!

Petra, 2012