Having come in the flesh of a man, Jesus went to the cross for the redemption of all mankind from judgment for our sins. Then, being raised from the dead, Jesus is restored to His former glory, and has led the way for us to turn from our sins, and overcome death just as He has through faith in Him.
Did a quick inspection of Hive 3. They aren’t building up very quickly, but they have plenty of stores and are bringing in a lot. Transplanted a 10-frame split from a friend’s hive into one of the newly re-worked horizontals.
The loss of two out of three of our colonies this winter afforded us the opportunity to make some improvements to our horizontal Langstroth hives that will hopefully resolve some of the issues we’ve had with them.
Some encouragement as our last remaining colony seems to be building up slowly.
Remaining colony still alive. Finished refurbishing two hives. Swapped out Hive 3 box with refurbished box. Began refurbishing Hive 3 box.
Having made the case of Jesus’ divinity, and given a strong admonishment not to disregard the Gospel of salvation in Christ preached by the prophets, the angels, Jesus Himself, and His disciples. The author of Hebrews now discusses Jesus’ dominion over all Creation, His incarnation in the flesh of a man, and our inability to perceive in our flesh His universal dominion because of the rampant evil presently in the world.
Single remaining active hive building up slowly. Two hives taken offline for refurbishment.
Having explained Jesus – God the Son’s relationship with the created angels and all creation, the Hebrews writer now turns his focus to the message of salvation through faith in Jesus. The writer admonishes us all to heed the preaching of this Gospel delivered by the prophets, the angels, the LORD Himself, and His disciples, which is confirmed by God through signs, wonders, miracles, and the pouring out of His Holy Spirit – as prophesied by Joel, promised by Jesus before His ascension, and fulfilled on the day of Pentecost after Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father in Heaven.
Why I’m going to be ignoring Facebook for a while, and maybe turning it off for good.
Summary of town meeting on pesticide regulation in South Carolina held at Oakwood/Windsor Elementary School – Feb 27, 2018. Representatives from Clemson University Extension Service and Department of Pesticide Regulation made presentations about pesticide management regulations, enforcement, and training in the state of South Carolina