August 8, 2012 – Daily Bible Reading

Today’s Reading

Romans Chapter 16

  • Personal greetings
  • Dealing with those producing division and offenses
  • Concluding doxology

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About Pastor Maurizio

Maurizio Mingardi, in 1972, had an encounter with God that totally changed his life. From a scientist doing research in Quantum Mechanics and an atheist, Maurizio became a believer and a disciple of Jesus Christ. Then a spiritual journey began. He was filled with the Holy Spirit and later started Mount Zion Church of the Firstborn in Ottawa, Ontario. Maurizio has been in the ministry for more than 30 years and is presently the Senior Pastor of Mount Zion Church. He has also filled a number of executive positions in public and religious organizations. He has been elected President of the Evangelical Church Alliance Ministerial Fellowship of Canada. His goal is to help people to know God, discover and use their gifts and fulfill their destiny.
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6 Responses to August 8, 2012 – Daily Bible Reading

  1. GraceCN says:

    I have read Romans 14,15 and 16.
    I don’t fully understand how we are to be simple in what is evil (Rom 16:19). To be wise in what is good to me means to know what the word says. His word is wisdom. When we understand and follow God’s word we can see by the result (fruit ) that it is good.

    • Pastor Maurizio says:

      Grace it is a poor translation of the Greek. It should read, “be wise about what is good, and innocent about what is evil”. We don’t need to know all bad things that people do. In situations like that it is convenient to check other translations, for example the Amplified Translation. or the NASV.

      • GraceCN says:

        Thank-you Maurizio.

  2. PeterCard says:

    I Have read Romans 16

  3. Robyn says:

    I have read Romans 16. I, too, am not sure what is meant by verse 19: “be innocent about what is evil”. Is this verse simply saying do not yield to evil?

  4. MariaM says:

    I have read Romans 13, 14, 15, 16.

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