Posted on December 31, 2020November 30, 2020 by dailyorthodoxscripturesDay 365 – December 31, 2020 Daniel 11:29-Bel 42; Psalms 150, 151; Proverbs 31:26–30; Revelation 22 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
12 Replies to “Day 365 – December 31, 2020”
Thanks again for another blessed journey of Daily Scripture readings. This ministry has been a blessing to me along with your daily sermons at the end. Truly blessed and can’t wait for another journey of listening to you. I would like to thank you for your teachings and devotion to the ministry. Miss you and Kh. Anna. Love
We miss you as well Meskerem and your beautiful family! Please send them my love. Happy New Year!
Wonderful journey, looking forward for the year
Me too, Victor! Glad you are on the journey. Happy New Year!
I have been so uplifted this year reading with you. I’m looking forward to 2021. Thank you for this ministry.
Thanks Gen. It has been a blessing for me. Happy New Year!
Thank you Father Alexis! It was great spending time reading the Scriptures with you this year. I’m looking forward to continuing with this group in 2021. Blessings to you and your family.
I am glad that this keeps us in touch Sia. Happy New Year! And blessings to your family as well.
Father Alexis, a friend let me know of your teachings and reading the Bible daily. I began reading with your group in late January 2020. It did not take me long to make this a daily reading. Some readings were two or three days in one day to catch up. I have been blessed by my friend to read this with you and I have been educated by your teachings as my understanding of the Bible is greater. Thank you for direction for everyone that hears. Your teaching is directed for everyone in every religion and you do not by tone press anything but the Gospel of Jesus Christ and I feel that is the way it should be taught. Ray Sutherland from Louisville, KY
Happy to hear from you Ray. And glad you are with us. Happy New YEar!
Thank you for this journey and for your words. Happy New Year.
In Christ, P & J
God Bless you Seraphim and Happy New Year. Glad we are in this together.