Church In 2020 and a Modern Translation — The Recovering Legalist

I don’t think King David had Facebook in mind when he wrote Psalm 122, but I believe he would understand what it is we are facing. Therefore, though the above translation is not perfect, neither is having to give up face-to-face worship for that of streaming media. But, unlike in David’s day, or even back […]

via Church In 2020 and a Modern Translation — The Recovering Legalist.

An alternative to worship services during the COVID-19 outbreak if you have at-risk congregation members. Some churches use this method for those who are homebound.

The church’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bethlehembaptistwarthen/

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2 Responses to Church In 2020 and a Modern Translation — The Recovering Legalist

  1. Thank you for passing this along. Have a blessed afternoon! 🙂

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