Monday, July 02, 2018

This week's lesson (June 30 - July 6): You Will Be My Witnesses

Overheard in the Upper Room before Pentecost:

. . . "No luck - Joseph says he's not interested in trying for two out of three.". . .

. . . "Samaria? That can't be right! Are you sure He said we're going to Samaria?". . . 

. . . "Given the way he behaved, you'd think Peter would be too embarrassed to show up - much less say anything.". . .

. . . "I know He said we won't know dates or times - but if you look carefully at the time-prophecies of Leviticus, you'll find . . . "

. . . "Okay, maybe He didn't actually mean the literal place we call Samaria; maybe He was using this as some kind of metaphor." . . .

. . . "Are you sure that really happened to Judas? I mean, ewwww!". . .

. . . "I'm not saying we should get rid of them, but I am worried about precedent. If the Holy Spirit falls on everyone here, after all, that means some of the people who receive it will be women.". . .

 . . . "It's so nice we can all be together like this; I wish we could stay here forever!" . . . 


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