a convergence of tea time thoughts for ladies

Holding the KJV dear to our hearts

thou has magnified thy word above all thy name

Psalm 138:2b

Johannes Weiland oil painting "Reading her bible"

Do you associate reading your bible with  this oil painting as in  something not for  us today, but was for people to read a long time ago?  Reading the King James Bible is for  us today too.  It’s hard to make the time, especially if you are reading it on a regular basis with someone else, which means  there are two or more daily schedules that have to have time  set aside for it.

It helps us get ready for heaven, by learning what  we’re being taught in Pauls books,  to get all the history out of the Old Testament, and to see what the Tribulation and beyond will be like which comes after Pauls 13 epistles.   It also helps to get our thoughts off of worldly enticements that are always bombarding us .

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One response

  1. I have another “Reading the Bible” painting, also by J. Weiland. I’d love to learn more about this artist.

    Ftleejerry@aol.com

    May 25, 2013 at 10:12 am

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