Nathan Parker

About Nathan Parker

M Div Graduate, IT Consultant for Earth Networks, contributor at WeatherTogether and Focusing on the Mark Ministries, as well as anything else the Lord has in store for me! "Obey God and leave all the consequences to Him" -Charles Stanley

Scripture Sunday: Psalm 139:13-14

Psalm 139—Marveling About God. Many things about God cause marveling. •Omniscience of God (vv. 1–6): He knows all. •Omnipresence of God (vv. 7–10): He is everywhere. •Omnipotence of God (vv. 11–16): His works •Orderliness of God (vv. 17, 18): sum of His thoughts. •Overcoming by God (vv. 17, 18): He overcomes opposition. •Obeisance to God (vv. 21–24): in patronizing and purity. –Butler’s Daily Bible Reading This will be the final Scripture Sunday posted to the FMM Blog.

Scripture Sunday: Micah 6:8

Micah 6—Acquittal in Judgment: God is justified in judgment. •Review of history: shows God’s goodness to Israel. •Revelation of duty: justice, mercy, humbleness. •Reason for judgment: various sins. •Report of judgment: details stated. –Butler’s Daily Bible Reading

Scripture Sunday: Romans 15:13

Romans 15:8–33—Callings. Both the calling or ministry of Christ and of Paul is addressed. •Ministry of Christ: the circumcision (Christ came first to the Jews); the confirmation (it was a confirmation of the promises for the Jews); the converts (among the Gentiles which glorified the mercy of God); the corroboration (Old Testament Scriptures are quoted to corroborate the ministry of Christ). •Ministry of Paul: the people (he was sent to the Gentiles); the power (he did miracles); the purpose (to go where Christ was not named—not to build on another’s foundation); the paths (Paul told of his intentions of coming to Rome after he had delivered the gifts for the needy at Jerusalem); the praying (he requested others to pray for his ministry). –Butler’s Daily Bible Reading