Monthly Archives: July 2018


Donation Campaign for MINTS International Seminary

I seldom post donation campaigns to my blog, but a friend of mine and longtime Logos Bible Software user, Robert Peters, asked me to share the donation campaign link to a seminary program called MINTS International Seminary. From my discussion with Robert over social media, it is a nonprofit seminary which provides theological education to those across the world who cannot afford traditional theological education. Here is the link to his donation campaign. If you or anyone is interested in supporting this ministry, check it out. Disclaimer: This post is a personal post on Nathan Parker’s blog, and neither this donation campaign nor MINTS Seminary are affiliated with StillTruth.com


Scripture Sunday: John 14:27

John 14:1–15:7—Preparation. Christ prepares the disciples for the future. •Preparing for problems: the great comfort passage of the first six verses of John 14. •Preparing by proof: Christ emphasizes His identity. •Preparing for prayer: some great prayer promises. •Preparing by precept: “keep my commandments.” •Preparing by promise: a promise of coming of the Holy Spirit Who is called the Comforter. •Preparing by peace: Christ gives the best peace which will see one through every situation in life. •Preparing by practice: abide in the vine (“abide” or “abideth” is found seven times here). –Butler’s Daily Bible Reading Bonus Devotional by Adrian Rogers BIBLE MEDITATION: “We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” 2 Corinthians 5:8 DEVOTIONAL THOUGHT: A man named Solomon Peas died. His tombstone in London reads: “Beneath these clouds and beneath these trees Lies the body of Solomon Peas. But this ain’t Peas – it’s just the pod. Peas shelled out and went to God.” I like that. That’s what your body is. It’s just a pod. What happens to a child of God who has trusted Christ as his personal Savior? When he closes his eyes in this life, he opens them in the next. […]


Scripture Sunday: Colossians 3:23-24

Colossians 3:1–4:6—Conduct. This passage especially deals with the conduct of the saints. •Regulations: a number of regulations are given to guide the saints—they concern such things as affections, anger, speech, humility, forgiveness, giving attention to the Word and prayer. •Relationships: three relationships are addressed (Ephesians noted the same three relationships). They are husband/wife relationship (submission by wife, love by husband); parent /children relationship (children are to obey the parents in all things, and fathers are not to provoke their children to anger), and master / servants relationship (servants are to serve faithfully; masters are to treat the servants properly). –Butler’s Daily Bible Reading