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Thursday Great Books Study at 10:30 AM
  Dear Folks:  

As we have begun our study of Nehemiah, we have encountered a man who believes he was called by God to return to his homeland, which had been destroyed by enemy forces, and many of the people had been carried away into a foreign land. As we study this book, we can learn from Nehemiah's actions how we can make changes in our own lives and rebuild our relationship with God. This is an especially appropriate study as we begin the season of Epiphany, which is a season in which our eyes may be opened to see God at work, even in the midst of confusion and violence within our own nation and, perhaps, within our own lives. As we move into the season of awakening (Epiphany) may we find it to be a season of our own spiritual healing and growth.

Consider these five points:
A Bold Request: 1 # Short Commentary & Lesson From Nehemiah 2.1-10
Making Past Wrongs Right
2 # Short Commentary & Lesson From Nehemiah 5.1-13
Keep Up Your Guard
3 # Short Commentary & Lesson From Nehemiah 7.1-3
Food for Starving Spirits
4 # Short Commentary & Lesson From Nehemiah 8.1-12
Telling It Like It Is
5 # Short Commentary & Lesson From Nehemiah 9.1-37

See you 10:30 AM Thursday, January 9, 2020!
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Bless you all and please offer your comments by email to me, cpkellyl@aol.com, especially if you are not able to be present for the discussion this Thursday!
Colin+


  Since I post this study on FaceBook as well as the St Jerome's website, https://www.saintjeromeschama.com/, I invite comments and questions from any of you who are not able to be physically with us, but find this study meaningful and would like to be a part of it. Please feel free to contact me at cpkellyl@aol.com
Bless you all,
Fr Kelly


Fr. Colin Kelly
St. Jerome's Episcopal Church 
331 N. Pine, State Road 29
Chama, NM 87520
cpkellyl@aol.com

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