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Rest and John

From your side of the screen, it appears that all is normal around here at a Cup of Joe.  Maybe there have been fewer posts.  But nothing to indicate major changes. Well, screens can be deceiving. I will wait to go over more details in a later post, but a in a very short nutshell, the Lord … Continue reading

John With Georgia – Week Six

Reading for Week Six Day 26 – John 11:45-57 Day 27 – John 12:1-11 Day 28 – John 12:12-36 Day 29 – John 12:37 – 50 Day 30 – John 13:1-17   Join us daily on Facebook for brief devotionals on each morning’s reading.

Week Five Reading – Halfway There!

Reading For Week 5: Day 21 – John 9:1-34 Day 22 – John 9:35-41 Day 23 – John 10:1 – 21 Day 24 – John 10:22-42 Day 25 – John 11:1-44 For daily devotional questions please visit us on our Facebook Page!

Solitude – Do you know you need this?

Jesus Feeds The Five Thousand John 6:1-21 {John With Georgia – Day 12} After this, Jesus crossed over to the far side of the Sea of Galilee, also known as the Sea of Tiberias.  A huge crowd kept following him wherever he went, because they saw his miraculous signs as he healed the sick. Then … Continue reading

John With Georgia {Daily Reading Week 3}

Day 11:  Witnesses to Jesus  Jesus says, “If I were to testify on my own behalf, my testimony would not be valid.  But someone else is also testifying about me, and I assure you that everything he says about me is true.  In fact, you sent investigators to listen to John the Baptist, and his … Continue reading

A Word For The Invalids

Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool, in Aramaic called Bethesda, which has five roofed colonnades. In these lay a multitude of invalids—blind, lame, and paralyzed.  One man had been invalid for 38 years. When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, … Continue reading

John With Georgia {Weekly Reading}

Well, wouldn’t you know that my internet is down this morning, so away I type on my iPad.  And I am here to announce that iPads weren’t meant for blog writing.  I’ve had more typos on these three sentences than I do in a month’s worth of posts. But nevertheless, a little keypad will not … Continue reading