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Blow up our hearts. Dance with us....


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Sunday, November 14, 2010


Greetings -

1. What do these two scripture excerpts  mean to you?

Romans 12:13
...given to hospitality.

1 Peter 4:9
Use hospitality one to another without grudging. 

2. If the Lord said to you, "Other than your native country, which country would you most like to go to spread the gospel?" - which would you choose?

3. What foreign language especially appeals to you?


  1. 1. Well I think the key word in both verses is hospitality. I would say it means having people over to your house, and if need be, inviting them to stay over night. In the 1 peter verse it says to do it without grudging. In other words, don't be upset that you have to do it, but be happy that you can. I'm not sure exactly where it is, but it talks about in doing so, you just might be entertaining angels unaware...
    2. I really don't know. I have been to the Dominican Republic on a missions trip. I would have to say I wouldn't mind going back there.
    3. No one language appeals to me, but I do know a few words in Spanish.

  2. This was sent to me, via e-mail, from Grammy Blick:

    show details 8:18 AM (4 hours ago)

    Our pastor preached on hospitality and used these scriptures. I look upon them as being welcoming to all who come seeking the Lord. I would not have expected Peter to ask Saul the prosecutor in for dinner, but Cornelius' visit falls into that category.

    Russia - there has been such a desire in Russia, and people were returning to their churches. I had a dream about traveling there that has stayed with me.

    Greek - and Hebrew - to read the Bible in the written language. Not today's languages, but the ancient.

  3. This is my response to Grammy's e-mailed comments:

    Hi Phyllis -

    Thank you for responding. I appreciate it.

    When did your pastor preach on hospitality?

  4. This reply was sent to me, via e-mail, from Grammy:

    show details 9:30 AM (3 hours ago)

    It was earlier this year -- I'll have to check in my Bible and see if one of these verses was the main verse. I put a date beside the main verses he uses in his sermons. He's been in the book of John for several months, so it was before summer.

    Yes, ma'am, you are welcome to post my thoughts on these questions. I'm getting a little bit more free time each day and hope to visit more often!

  5. Just wanted to stop by and say hello. Very interesting blog you have here. sandie

  6. Hi Sandra,

    Hospitality is very important. As children of God, our hearts, hands, and homes should be open to those in need and to those not in need. We're to show the love of Christ. Also, we might entertain angels and not know it. :-)

    Not sure where I'd like to spread the gospel. Maui, Hawaii would be nice. Spanish is the foreign language that appeals to me most.


  7. Hospitality is another way of loving people. It's a gift from God not to be performed but to give away with the direction of His spirit. That's why we should not complain but obey when He says to be hospitable.


    The sound of French intrigues me.

    Thanks for the challenge and have a great week ahead!

  8. 1. Hospitality is having your home open. Giving its use to the Lord's purposes. Being warm and inviting in your dealings with people.

    2. I would probably choose Scotland. That's where my grandmothers were both born. I would love to talk to them about the TRUE freedom one can find in God's salvation.

    3. I've always wanted to be able to study the Scriptures in their original languages. It would be so fun to NOT have to say, "I don't know, it's all Greek to me!" (I JUST HAD TO ADD A LITTLE HUMOR!!!)

    Hope you had a wonderfully blessed Sunday, Sandra -

  9. 1) I would say that they are both refering to how we treat each other in the Christian community. The passage in Romans starts out with "distributing to the necessity of the saints...the passage in 1Peter states "one to another." It's all about seeing a brother in need and meeting that need with a glad heart (not begrudgingly)...that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

    2) I would love to spread the good news in Australia.

    3) Greek and Hebrew...a good concordance allows a student of the scriptures to study in these languages and know exactually what a word means...a word like "hospitality."

  10. Greetings -

    I enjoyed reading all of these different answers. I found them quite interesting, and helpful. It is fruitful to learn from others and about what others prefer.

    Soon I will do a post on hospitality and these comments will be placed under the subject topic for ready reference.

    Thank you, everyone, for sharing!


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