August 31, 2012 – Daily Bible Reading

Today’s Reading

Luke – Chapter 5

  • Jesus calls the first disciples, Peter, John and James
  • Jesus heals a leper
  • Jesus heals a paralytic
  • Jesus calls Matthew, the tax collector
  • Jesus eats with sinners
  • Jesus teaches about fasting
  • The parable of the new and old garment
  • The parable of the new and old wine-skins

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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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3 Responses to August 31, 2012 – Daily Bible Reading

  1. Robyn says:

    I found Luke 5:39 interesting – – ” …no one after drinking old wine wants the new, for they say, ‘The old is better.’ ” Was Jesus speaking of the Pharisees and those who follow the Old Testament?

    • Pastor Maurizio Pastor Maurizio says:

      Yes.

  2. PeterCard says:

    Luke 5:4-6 and Luke 5:10, provides some basic wisdom to be successful at fishing. Jesus asked Simon to go fish in deep waters, but Simon had fished all night and got nowhere. He seemed to hesitate but followed the masters advice and they caught more than they could handle. It always pays to follow the Masters advice. Then in verse 10 he tells His followers not to be afraid, now you will catch men. Many of us have tried to fish for men that were not yet ready, no need to be afraid He will reveal to us where the harvest field is plentiful and we will catch men.

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