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TheNET HOA Bible Studies and Live Gatherings (All the videos in one place)

A place to put our recorded session for ease of access by any who come to TheNET and would like to watch them.

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Discussing Being Filled with Holy Spirit, follow up on the discussion from 4/13/15

Started by Leonard T. Last reply by eric hendrickson Jan 5, 2016. 8 Replies

In my area we had a major storm go thru last night causing some glitching in the video.Continue

I like the discussion on renewing the mind

Started by mamie watts. Last reply by Tammy Oct 25, 2015. 1 Reply

  First I think he's a good teacher"  and in renewing our minds the word of god say we die daily. And we do have to keep our mind on Jesus and in his word, and just be obediant to his word.Continue

I like the discussion on renewing the mind

Started by mamie watts Oct 21, 2015. 0 Replies

  First I think he's a good teacher"  and in renewing our minds the word of god say we die daily. And we do have to keep our mind on Jesus and in his word, and just be obediant to his word.Continue

Gossip and Taming the Tongue (4/2/15)

Started by Leonard T. Last reply by mamie watts Oct 20, 2015. 1 Reply


Renewing the Mind (3/30/15)

Started by Leonard T Apr 11, 2015. 0 Replies


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Comment by Seek on January 24, 2016 at 5:10am
Good word Tammy. But to Eric's statement that this was a place to discuss God, it is actually a place to discuss the Thursday night meetings. It is during those meetings (weather permitting LOL) that we discuss God, or as in this case whenever we do manage to meet again, the Holy Spirit.

Remember, even Jesus ate, laughed and fished with His disciples. God rested from all His labor. God has made us in His image...creatures with emotions. Therefore God must have emotions. He even acknowledges we'll be angry. God is vengeful. These are emotions. Therefore God knows joy and happiness. He understands the need for rest and just kicking back with friends and discussing the day.

Secondly, He says to be wise. We get wisdom by seeking it typically by those who've experienced a thing. So having experience with harsh weather conditions, some like to impart what they have learned to others. And why would they unless they cared...which sums up half of the commandments to love one another. We also bear one another's burdens of this incredibly beautiful yet irritatingly cumbersome, dangerous and interfering with the Bible study we want to hold. In this manner we share one another's burdens.

Why not join in with that and pray for those who are hindered or in danger from this massive storm? Do you know how many people were stranded on the interstate here Friday, especially when they closed the interstate? How many ran out of gas in freezing temperatures waiting for rescue? How many fainted or even died from hypothermia shoveling the snow? Pray for them now that you see what they're facing. In fact, I wouldn't mind some prayers this morning as I try to dig the car out and get out my unplowed road to get to church.
Comment by Tammy on January 23, 2016 at 4:36pm

Brother, who created the weather? How many Scriptures are written about the majesty of God's creation? Why does it have to be from John 10 to make for good conversation. Isn't He over it all? Didn't you also see where one was saying she wasn't sure whether she could make it to the study because of the weather? And another one sharing the hardships that this weather brings & talking about caring for others during this time.

This group is a group that pretty much keeps us informed about our Thursday night meetings - which are about God. They are LIVE on google plus. So, if we stray from talking about meeting at 9pm on Thursday, don't stress it. Just go with it. 

Comment by eric hendrickson on January 23, 2016 at 3:55pm

I thought this was to be a place to have a discussion about God, not the weather.

Comment by Seek on January 22, 2016 at 10:02pm

Comment by Seek on January 22, 2016 at 7:51am
I have a cat and kitty litter works good too but I already had a bag of salt from last year. You can also get a jug of an environmentally safe ice melt in the automotive section of Walmart. It's costly. Last year I believe it was at least $10, maybe more, but it's only a little larger than the jugs of wiper fluid. Kids have a sandbox or any of the punching bags that have sand in the bottom so they stand up? Sand is also good. I shovel in front of all four tires then put the salt or substitute where I shoveled to get traction enough to get moving. A board under the tires also helps. Good to keep a container of salt and small shovel in the trunk too by the way.

I also keep pop top cans of foods that last for years (and try not to consider what they put in there to preserve it for so long). LOL. Or keep a manual can opener. Powdered milk works well with a bit of sweetener and vanilla extract. Preserve your refrigerated foods by putting them in a container (even a clean trash can if nothing else) and a lid (keeps animals out) and put it out on the back porch.

OK so if we aren't getting to the study of the Holy Spirit, maybe a study on the unholy snow storm will work for now. LOL
Comment by Mary O on January 22, 2016 at 6:45am

Stay safe. Keep warm.

I threw coffee grounds on our porch. It gives great traction when you don't have salt to melt the ice. I was out of salt in the house and got inventive. The drawback is you can track the coffee around.  That might not be so bad if you're trapsing around the yard and in the driveway and hoping to avoid sliding around. You can always leave your shoes or boots at the back door.

Also, depending on how much snow you have, Gary and I used a piece of paneling to remove the snow after our Halloween blizzard. We worked as a team. Shovels weren't doing it for us anyway. It was too heavy. Now we have someone come in and shovel it for us, but during that major snowstorm we got inventive.

Tossing out some ideas since the store shelves don't have salt or shovels.



Comment by Seek on January 21, 2016 at 5:15pm
Hopefully I'll continue having power tonight. We have a few inches of snow from yesterday but they closed school, and my doctor's office, tomorrow as we have a winter storm starting early in the morning until late Saturday maybe into Sunday. They have 100 plows standing ready. All road salt and shovels are gone. I picked up some groceries yesterday and some shelves were bare. Bread was about gone. They're giving names of shelters in case of power outages and telling everyone that if they do have to be out to take a flashlight, food and water and if stranded, wait it out. I got 2 cases of water, cabinets full, propane heater and tanks, flashlights and candles and ready if power goes out. Don't have a generator but last year I found sitting in the running car for a while provides both heat and charges my phone and my son's DS. LOL
Comment by Seek on January 21, 2016 at 5:05pm
The question of the hour...

Meeting in 2 hours?
Comment by Carla on January 18, 2016 at 8:20am

LOL  good idea.  It's COLD today

Comment by Seek on January 18, 2016 at 8:17am
Might wanna keep a propane heater in there too Carla. LOL

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