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The Gospel of Luke at Egypt Christian Church

By Willie Feese, Jr

Members and friends of Egypt Christian Church, 4867 Knifley Road, Columbia, are reading the Gospel of Luke, a chapter per day, beginning on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, by reading chapter 1, on December 2 reading chapter 2 and so forth through the month.

The final chapter, number 24, will be read on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day go back and read the Birth of Jesus in chapter 2.

The pastor's messages at 6:30pmCT on Wednesdays, December 8, 15, and 22 will focus on the scriptures read the week prior to those dates. Others are invited to join with the congregation at Egypt in reading and studying the Gospel of Luke during the Christmas Season.




This story was posted on 2021-11-30 19:39:23
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