Hello, Steve Singleton! I learned of your site from your dad at Mildred Archers funeral. My mom is Maudine (Singleton) Helmer. Would like to reconnect with cousins that I haven’t seen in years. You and my sister, Cheryl, were the same age. Your site sounds very interesting, I intend to explore it. Have a wonderful day, and God bless!
It is good to connect. I have fond memories of Cheryl from LCC. Please also visit my Facebook pages, “like,” “share,” and leave comments or questions.
Thank you Steve for being diligent still……. in your teaching and love for Jesus. Recently I’ve deepened my relationship with him.
Never knew it could be so close and open…
I will always remember your patience with me.
Recently gave Bible to my Senator, who used it to swear in on..
Hi, Leslie. I don’t remember being very patient, but I’m glad you remember it that way. I had a lot of growing to do. Still do. Please visit my Facebook pages, “like,” “share,” and leave comments or questions.
Steve, congratulations on your great efforts to help folks study the Bible. I attend Sunset C of C and we are beginning a study of Revelations. I told Bill I would like to purchase the e-book. He told me I should receive a note from you with instructions. I did not receive the note. My question is can I just purchase the book and download it from your website? I believe Bill had worked a deal with you for us to download the book and then pay him. Let me know. Thanks DW
I have just discovered your site: Deeper Study. I appreciate the work you have done in gathering sites/articles on topics of key interest to disciples and in sharing them with the Internet community. I plan to explore and use them in my personal study and will share them with others.
I read with great interest your article “Surprise! What’s going to happen? Part 7.” Since I am now 72, this is a subject I am keenly interested in and have been studying. The topic is fascinating, and the more I learn, the more I want to know. I appreciate your insights. I don’t know why there is not more preaching/teaching on the subject. God’s work in creating and shaping our afterlife and in the creation of a new heaven and earth to share with us should be a key element of preaching and teaching programs of the Church. It would help to create more commitment, joy, hope, witness and unity among God’s people. However, I can’t remember when I have heard a sermon, or been part of class, in which this was the topic for discussion. Most church members hope for a life after they die, but have no clue as to what that entails.
On another note, my wife and I attended my 50th anniversary class reunion at A.C.U. this year, and it was quite a treat. Most of the people there I had not seen for 50 years! I told Lois, “This is a preview of our after life and some of the ones we will be spending eternity with.” Not a bad group to be with.
Thanks for your work, and may God bless you and your efforts.
Just wondering what happened to your online Bible commentary. Why is it no longer available. it was of tremendous benefit to me.
Perhaps you have me confused with someone else. I post online commentaries here: http://deeperstudy.com/study-links/hebrew-scriptures-ot/online-commentaries-ot/ and here: http://deeperstudy.com/study-links/greek-scriptures-nt/online-commentaries-nt/, but have no running commentary of my own to offer.
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