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Thursday, September 4th

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Saturday, September 6th

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The development of "Chris"

Traditionally, we believe Christ was conceived on March 25, the Feast of the Annunciation. We will watch the parallel development of “Chris” in the womb from March 25 to December 25.

(Week 23) “I have fine hair all over my body that is there to protect my skin.    I’m a little thin at this point but am putting on more baby fat. My eyes are formed, but the iris does not have color – I’d like brown eyes!”  Chris will lose all this body hair before birth. Chris now weighs over a pound and is about a foot long. 50 years ago, if the baby was born at this age, the child could not have survived. But today, with modern technology, babies born at this age have a fighting chance (about 50%) of survival.

“Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don't be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.”  Matthew 10:30-31

(Week 22) “I can hear mom’s conversations more clearly now.  I can hear her read, sing and talk. I like to kick back, suck my thumb, and listen to her read to me.  My eyelids and eyebrows are fully formed.  My fingernails have grown to the end of my fingers.  My brain is growing really fast so I’m going to be very smart.”  Chris weighs nearly a pound now.

Dads, did you know: Low-frequency sounds, mimicking a male voice, penetrate the abdomen and uterine wall better than the higher frequencies of the female voice?

Teach them (God’s ordinances) to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” Det. 6:7

Last update : 08/31/2014

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Faith in the Workplace
Human fulfillment?

Here is an interesting article that explains why sterilization of humans is immoral.

 

Last update : 03/24/2014

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Do not delay baptism!

Here is an article on the importance of baptizing your baby as soon as possible.

http://www.crisismagazine.com/2014/the-urgency-of-infant-baptism

Last update : 03/06/2014

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The Basics

Do you know the 10 Commandments? If not, then how can you keep them?

Do you know the beatitudes? If not, then how can you be counted among the blessed?

Do you know the gifts and the fruits of the Holy Spirit? If not, then how can you be led by the Spirit?

Learn your faith.

Know the faith.

Then you can practice the faith.

Last update : 01/13/2014

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