Daily Bread

Daily Bread

From God's Holy Word

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Rev. Dr. J. Mike Howington has an online email ministry called "Daily Bread" that goes out every Mon., Wed., and Fri., free, to individuals who request it (blind copied so no one gets anyone else's address). Anyone interested in receiving the messages should just send an email to jmike.howington@gmail.com requesting it.

The following is a sample from a database containing original Daily Bread messages sent by Rev. Howington, since April of 2002:
(Constantly updating this database. Some recent samples of my Daily Bread messages are on my blog: www.jmikeh.com )


This Daily Bread email message was originally sent on 10/17/2002:
John 10:20 - Many of them said, "He is demon possessed and raving mad. Why listen to him?"

Satan ruins many, by putting them out of conceit with the word and ordinances. Men would not be laughed out of their necessary food, yet suffer themselves thus to be laughed out of what is far more necessary. If our zeal and earnestness in the cause of Christ, especially in the blessed work of bringing his sheep into his fold, bring upon us evil names, let us not heed it, but remember our Master was thus reproached before us. (Matthew Henry, Commentary On the Whole Bible (Albany, OR: Sage Software, 1995))

To see another example DB message just click here .

Work continues on my "Trans-denominational Bible Study" which is the multi-denominational study and commentary of each of the books of the Bible. It was started in 1994, but it might not not get finished in my life time. The Transdenomination bible also contains some of the scripture commentary sent out in the Daily Bread emails.

I completed a book (5X8 "paperback") of 52 weeks worth (one year's worth) of "Daily Bread Messages," awhile ago and self-published it on Amazon.

If you want a copy, send me an email (to jmike.howington@gmail.com ) telling me whether I should reply with the book in a WORD (.docx) or a PDF attachment.

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