The people of God, then and now, protect the weak and seek the good of all. They are forbidden to take advantage of the helpless.
“You must not pervert justice due a resident foreigner or an orphan, or take a widow’s garment as security for a loan” Deuteronomy 24.17 NET.
Moses considers that helping the weak is not merely a matter of compassion, but of justice. Continue reading
In years past, we’ve published a yearly schedule of Bible readings in PDF format.
This year, we found a plan that we’ve been following for several weeks and it has been the best we’ve seen so far.
So we recommend it to you. The link goes to a TFR post where we mentioned it some time back.
Here’s a picture and a description of our experience after 17 days.
There are many good plans out there. What’s important is to find one that works for you and inspires you to read all of God’s word regularly.
And don’t forget that Forthright Press has a number of books to help when you turn from your reading to some serious study.
It’s short, it’s pithy, it’s Bible, it’s true.
Quick Bible Truths is great for personal edification, for church bulletin zingers, for posting on the Internet.
You can sign up to the website by RSS or by following the site and getting QBT by email.
Designed for Twitter’s 140-character limit, QBT also offers its truths through WordPress and Facebook. So you can follow it in whatever medium you prefer.
Please share with your friends and Christian family through newsletters, email lists, and bulletins.
Today, managing editor Richard Mansel shares his second article about “Life in a Sanctified Kingdom.” It’s a good read, since we don’t always frame our moral and spiritual discussions, unfortunately, in terms of sanctification and holiness.
The Forthright.net site was done for a couple of days, but it’s back up and running today.
We’re going to be revamping the FPress site before long. If you have any ideas of what you’d like to see on it, send us a line.
Extra note: The Fellowship Room is really taking off nicely. Come visit and stay around.
One of our Fellows on TFR sends out a daily meditation. Today I interspersed my reflections in the Bible verse he sent out.