I just finished submitting a commentary to Charlotte about the “Jesus Tomb” television program, so I have been a little tied up for a while this morning. (If they already have a better one then hopefully they will skip mine, though I might post it here for all of you, if so. I tried to say something different than I have in previous posts — here and here.) If you have submitted comments to show on this blog, I apologize that you are experienceing a delay and I hope to get to them later today, as I suspect that they are building up.
However, having just written a commentary, it struck me that many of you out there may not know that you can subscribe to free e-mail commentaries from the ministers of the Living Church of God and those behind the Tomorrow’s World program. The webpage to read for the current commentary is always http://www.tomorrowsworld.org/cgi-bin/tw/commentary/tw-comm.cgi?action=view_comm. There is link there to a library of old commentaries, as well.
HOWEVER, what you may not know is that you can request that new commentary links be e-mailed to you automatically without having to check the website every day to see if there is a new one. To do this, go to the main Tomorrow’s World website, itself (www.tomorrowsworld.org) and at the bottom left corner of the screen you will see a small box for entering your e-mail address and a button marked “Submit.” This will add you to our electronic subscribers, who not only receive our frequent commentaries, but who also receive other updates, as well — chiefly our very popular “News and Prophecy” e-mails.
If you haven’t subscribed, I highly recommend it! We do not give your e-mail address to others, and the service is completely free. Christ said, “freely you have received, freely give” and we believe in that command. Our work is supported by the tithes and offerings of those in the Living Church of God and others who voluntarily join hands with us because they believe in what we are doing — so we are able to offer all of our information as a public service and ask for no compensation or donations (or “love gifts” — I hate that term!). In fact, think of this post as a Public Service Announcement. 🙂
Have a great day — and, again, later today I plan to get to those comments that I suspect are building up!