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    February 28, 2018

    If God is For Us...

    We are often reminded of the importance of the committee process to the passing of good legislation in the West Virginia capitol.  Much of the work on bills in committees is done through asking questions either of legislators or experts in the areas being considered. There are also many questions asked regarding the bills on the floor. For good legislation to be passed, it is vital that right answers are provided to these important questions.

    As Paul wraps up his message of assurance in Romans chapter 8, he does so powerfully by asking a series of questions that drive home the truth he has been presenting. As we consider the answers to these important questions, we find the source of great assurance, peace, and joy, even in the face of our greatest trials and challenges.

    This is what we'll be sharing in this week's Bible study at the West Virginia capitol.

    • The issues with our state's teachers and school service personnel continue to be a challenge for our state leaders and legislators. Pray that this reminder that GOD IS FOR US will be a great encouragement for believers serving in such difficult times.
    • Those in the statehouse who do not know Jesus are in dreadful situation of God being against them as they are under His just condemnation. Pray that God will work in hearts that many might turn to Christ and find the joy and assurance that comes from knowing "there is now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus".


    Tim Pauley

    Capitol Commission West Virginia