Part 2 see Issue 44 page 3: This was the highest point on four consecutive self-acting inclines gravity inclines which took Durham coal to the Wear. At fourteen Temple's father Thomas began work as a waggon rider waggonrider who accompanied the trains on the inclines and communicated with the brakesman.
There is work to be done, which means more laborers, more shepherds, more harvesters, are needed. Jesus is about to send them out into the world, to the lost sheep of Israel, to begin the harvest, because it is plentiful. We may live in a different time and place, but the harvest is still plentiful, and there is still need for laborers.
The question is, how do we fit into this need? How will we respond to this request for prayers to the Lord of the Harvest? It is good to remember that stewardship is rooted in the mission of God.
The question is, what is that mission? Several thousand people will gather from across the globe, including about a dozen of our own members, for that event.
If mission is first, what is this mission? As we seek to answer that question, others emerge, like, how do we go about this mission? What does it involve?
How do we support it? If there is a harvest ready to be reaped, as Jesus suggests, then what resources will be needed? Our friend Ron Allen offers this answer to that last question: Too often our conversations about mission and ministry start with an ideology of scarcity.
But Jesus offers us a different way of looking at things. He tells the disciples that the harvest is plentiful. There is enough to go around, but laborers are needed to bring in the harvest, so that it can be distributed fairly and justly and graciously.
I grew up in small towns and cities that had a strong agricultural feel, but my parents and I were born in the city. My father was an advertising salesman, not a farmer.
You may remember going out into the fields and helping to bring in the harvest. Most of these grapes were turned into raisins. When the time for the harvest comes, the laborers pick the grapes off the vines and then lay them out on brown paper, so that the drying process can begin.
So, if the harvest is abundant, and the laborers are few, then the grapes will stay on the vines to rot. So, what is the mission of God, and how do we participate in it?See also Civil Engineers Return to Index Page Personal name index.
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This chapter considers adhesives used by the conservator and some of those encountered by the conservator during treatment. The advantages and disadvantages of a particular adhesive, and its preparation for use in conservation, are also discussed. From Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) to Integrated Journey Management (IJM) and Successful Connected Automated Vehicles (CAV) by Koorosh Olyai, Stantec US.
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