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By John C Bowling

Christian larger schooling has the potential to depart its mark on scholars in a particular means. Combining a rigorous educational application and a colourful campus lifestyles with a deep and real non secular dedication produces a studying surroundings that strikes past schooling on my own. It produces a environment in which lives might be reworked. The messages during this booklet signify a rating of possibilities John Bowling has needed to collage scholars, notably Else defend your center for it's the wellspring of lifestyles. whereas well matched for the varsity or collage graduate, the collective fact of those messages speaks to old and young alike, for all times is crammed wit commencements. every one folks graduates daily to new possibilities and demanding situations.

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We thank you for loyal families who have loved and supported them in their quest. Bless them tonight and tomorrow and in the days to come. Lead them in paths of righteousness for your name’s sake. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen. 2 Give Your Faith a Rest Hebrews 11:1, 8-12, 17-19 (May 7, 1993) _______________ Opening Remarks The mission of Olivet Nazarene University is to provide a place of learning that also fosters genuine spiritual growth and development. In the Olivet catalog of 1915 are these words: We seek the strongest scholarship and the deepest piety, knowing that they are thoroughly compatible [and we seek] … a Christian environment … where not only knowledge but character is sought.

For a hundred years Abraham had a promise but only faith to make it real. ” It’s an oxymoron, for the very nature of a tent is not permanent. The meaning is that he settled on a life of permanent impermanence. He learned that to walk by faith is to be a pilgrim for life. That’s a good lesson to learn. It is best for us not to get too attached to the things of this world. Abraham learned to leave the “where” up to God and to leave the “when” in his hands as well. Perhaps one of the best things God did for Abraham was to not give him one square foot of the Promised Land.

I speak, of course, of her blindness. As they stood before her, one of them said, “Old woman, I hold in my hand a bird. ” Still she did not answer. She was blind and, thus, could not see her visitors, let alone see what was in their hands. She could not see their faces; she did not know their names, their color, their gender; she only knew their motive. The old woman’s silence was long. Finally she spoke; her voice was soft but stern. “I don’t know,” she said. “I don’t know whether the bird you are holding is dead or alive, but what I do know is that it is in your hands.

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