Voices Together is available in a weekly format suitable for distribution as a church bulletin insert or for distribution to small groups or in prisons. It includes theScrriptures and meditations for the coming week, Monday through the Lord's Day. It is formatted to print double sided on 8 1/2" x 11" paper with a mid-page horizontal fold. Please feel free to utilize this in your own ministries.
- Voices Together January 1-7
- Voices Together January 8-14
- Voices Together January 15-22
- Voices Together January 22-28
- Voices Together January 29-February 4
- Voices Together April 16-22
- Voices Together April 8-15
- Voices Together April 2-8
- Voices Together March 26-April 1
- Voices Together March 19-25
- Voices Together March 12-18
- Voices Together March 5-11
- Voices Together February 12-18
- Voices Together February 19-25
- Voices Together February 26-March 4
- Voices Together April 23-29
- Voices Together April 30-May 6
- Voices Together May 28-June 3
- Voices Together May 21-27
- Voices Together May 7-13
- Voices Together May 14-20
- Voices Together June 4-10
From an under-the-sun perspective, the field of the world looks increasingly like a weed field. Everywhere, it seems, the good seed of the Kingdom is being choked out, and ugly tares of corruption, immorality, godlessness, and narcissism are flourishing. But when we look at the world from God’s perspective, under the heavens, a different scenario unfolds.
People are scared or even offended by Jesus’s power. He keeps who He is a secret, while doing things that, in retrospect, will make it obvious. This is all part of preparing his disciples for what’s coming. Some of the events are actually clever exercises for them.
In the wheat field of God’s world, unbelievers are busily at work in their various under-the-sun schemes and projects, trying to make sense out of a life that can feel to them like vanity and feeding on the wind.
We cannot understand our times, or know what we should do in them, unless we see our times in the larger framework of history. There is a framework of history, and Christians can know it. Jesus reveals it to us in the parable of the wheat and the tares, and this is the subject of our study.