Last Saturday Linda and I flew from Birmingham BHX to Paris. I was invited to teach on the BCC here in the Champagne region so we decided that as it would our 20th wedding anniversary this month, we should spend a weekend in Paris to celebrate. The Eiffel Tower is spectacular, the Champs-Élyées beautiful, the Arc de Triomphe imposing and the cuisine delicious. The Louvre was fascinating, especially with the Mesopotamian section, and the Code of Hammurabi was much smaller than I thought it would be. Still not sure why the Mona Lisa is so famous but I do think she is smiling.
I have been teaching Jeremiah to this group of mainly French students, as well as seminar participants who have joined for the week. It is such a pleasure to be part of this French-speaking school and to see the work here, and such a blessing to be in this book that so expresses the longsuffering love of God.
“Thank you, Phil, for your teaching, it really helped me to understand the book of Jeremiah and gave me interest to go deeper…”
“Thank you for your teaching of Jeremiah. It opened my heart to the God full of mercy and justice…”