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@howingtonenterprises.com requesting it.

The following is a sample from a database containing original Daily Bread messages sent by Rev. Howington, since April of 2002:
DB Message sent on 05/22/2002

Micah 6:8 - He hath showed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? (KJ)

Entry #113 of John Stephen Lang's "1,001 More Things You Always Wanted to Know About the Bible" says that Abraham Lincoln's creed was the quote of Micah 6:8. - This is an excellent creed to live by, but to this I would add another thing that God would require, from Jesus in John 6:29: "Jesus answered, 'The work of God is this: to believe in the One He has sent.' " (NIV)

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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 the scripture commentary sent out in the Daily Bread emails. But, I have finally completed assembling a book (5X8 "paperback") of 52 weeks worth "Daily Bread Messages," but at this time I cannot afford to get it published.

If you want to buy a copy, send me an email (to jmike@howingtonenterprises.com ) telling me whether I should reply with the book in a WORD (.doc or .docx) or a PDF attachment. I will mention in the reply the address for the snail-mail you will send having whatever value you feel is appropriate for the book.

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