Ponder Eternity, Eternally

Collectively Considering with Scripture as our Rubric

#25 Not My Will, But Thine, Be Done July 11, 2007

July 22, 2007

Matthew 26:36-46; Mark 14:32-42; Luke 22:39-46

Today I let the class ask questions of the verses, word by word. We made it through Matthew’s reading just as the time ran out. It was a fun, exciting unfolding of the class period. I didn’t really know what to expect and was happy with how it turned out. One student made the observation that he discovered during class how to really study the scriptures and how the prophets can do it unceasingly.


2 Responses to “#25 Not My Will, But Thine, Be Done”

  1. aspen Says:

    I hadn’t thought or heard of the prophets reading the scriptures unceasingly. That’s great! Food for thought for sure.

    • Nanette Says:

      Cool, Aspen. I hope you discover much “food for thought” as you read your scriptures “unceasingly” during this unique moment in time where we might have the chance to spend more time in the scriptures.

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