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Living in the wilderness can be lonely. Especially for remnant believers. Sometimes we think the world is against us. Oh, that's right, it is!

So here is a place to hang out for those who need one.

Welcome to [Thence Along the River] at Yahoo! Groups.

This is the forum for my Thence Along the River Wordpress blog. But we don't have to discuss the blog. Post whatever is on your heart.

Oh, and the picture above is of my yard on a humid August morning. The river is on the right, behind the mimosa tree and the eastern pine, obscured by morning fog. The burning bush is on the left. It turns red in late September, but doesn't actually catch fire like Moses' bush did.

This is a good place to post studies. Whether they're complete or could use some input or polishing, we can help. Group studies are the best, though. I still get chills when I remember doing this on Threshers. You get to see what the LORD is speaking to everyone.

Prayer requests are welcome too. While God's will won't be thwarted here (only witches think they can do that), we can make certain your petition is heard in heaven. Best we can do, given that we're not in charge. He is.

The early church met in out-of-the-way hidey holes like this and compared notes and prayed for direction before going out to do the work of the LORD. So maybe this can be like that.

The purpose of the group, at the end of the day, is to serve the LORD. At this point I can't predict just exactly how that will take shape.

Come inside and show us how it should work.

Steve Knox
group owner

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  • Bible Studies
  • Aug 10, 2010
  • English

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