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And we're back!!!!! Time to break for coffee?

Coffee Break's restarting, and so are our Gospel Bible Studies. If it's true that Jesus' ministry lasted three years, I guess we shouldn't worry that we've only just reached the end of the Sermon on the Mount. We could take three years to follow the journey and feel those years well spent. Anyway, here are the questions we'll spend our time looking at this week: (24) A Slight Digression on Notes and Translations We ended last time at the end of the Sermon on the Mount (in Matthew 7), which is also the Sermon on the Plain (Luke 6), with segments from the sermons in Jerusalem too (Luke 12). 1.        When you were in school, do you remember taking notes during lectures? What did your notes look like—neat compositions in straight lines down the page? Tangles of interconnected points with spiderwebbed arrows between them? Keynotes in bubbles connected by slant lines of text? 2.        What about when you tried to organize your thoughts later: What did