Jars of Clay – These Ordinary Days

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Not much for conversation
I still find need to pray
Sometimes I get tired of walking
Through these ordinary days
If nothing else I get to see you
Even if we never speak
The harm of words though sometimes
We don’t quite know
What they really mean

[chorus]
I don’t know where
I don’t know how
I don’t know why
But your love can make
These things better

[verse]
So let me lay down in this field
And stare up at the sky
I hope the days and clouds
Turn into something
As they pass us by
And maybe you could settle
For a skyline faded blue
I hope that you might settle
For this love I have for you

[chorus 3x]

Your love can make these things better
Your love can make these things better
Your love can make these things better

God of Justice – Tim Hughes

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God of justice, Saviour to all
Came to rescue the weak and the poor
Chose to serve and not be served

Jesus, You have called us
Freely we’ve received
Now freely we will give

We must go live to feed the hungry
Stand beside the broken, we must go
Stepping forward keep us from just singing
Move us into action, we must go

To act justly every day
Loving mercy in every way
Walking humbly before You, God

You have shown us, what You require
Freely we’ve received
Now freely we will give

Fill us up and send us out
Fill us up and send us out
Fill us up and send us out, Lord

E-Learning – All Classes

Make sure you’re registered in my classes at bcsmoodle.

UPDATE (11:06 A.M.) – self-enrollment now enabled for those of you having struggles

Please e-mail me with any questions.

Enjoy your day.

Intro New Testament

go to this blog post:

https://stephengrwebster.wordpress.com/2015/11/02/e-learning-intro-to-nt/

and watch the first video from N.T. Wright. (The Wright Stuff – Part II)

There is a Moodle Quiz waiting for you – 12 T/F questions.

Apologetics:

go to this blog post:

https://stephengrwebster.wordpress.com/2015/11/02/e-learning-apologetics/

and listen to the first message from Amy Orr-Ewing (“The Authority of the Word” – Part 1)

Once you’ve registered, there will a Moodle quiz waiting for you based on the message.

Quiz #1 questions are taken from the first 10 minutes of the message.

Essentials

Make sure you’ve registered in the class – it’s actually called Freshman Bible.

There is a Moodle Quiz available to you there – simply look up the verses and respond to the T/F questions.