Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX


March 2, 2012

Luke's Chapter 21 focus of group's recent study session

By Linda Farmer | Special to the Index

The Mineral Wells Bible Study Club met Feb. 22 at the home of Nikki Murphy with 16 members in attendance. Nikki opened in  prayer, then Phyllis Lister led the group in the study of the 21st Chapter of Luke.

 Phyllis began the study by reading verses 1-4. Jesus saw the rich putting their offerings into the treasury.  He also saw a poor widow putting in two mites. Phyllis’ message was that Jesus watched and saw what was happening. He commented that the rich contributed out of abundance, but the widow all that she had. The size of an offering is not always an indicator of the measure of one’s love for God – often the amount that is held back is a better indicator of one’s devotion.

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