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David McNiel is an author, artist, poet, musician and teacher. Many enjoy listening to his stories, insights and reflections that draw from his interesting life and studies of scripture and history. 

Until now this opportunity has been limited to those sitting at his dinner table or in the shade, overlooking Bogue Sound. His ideas often return to an academic background in linguistics and philosophy, but the words he most wants to cast forth are the ancient, living words of scripture. 

His reflections, readings, and some music can be found here at this website, which was created by his sons who often affectionately call him: Daddio

 

 

 

 

Mark 10c | Scripture Reading and Discussion

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Adam and Eve | Scripture and Theology Discussion

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Your Steadfast Love (no reverb) | Acoustic Guitar and Song and Special Guest

***Revised*** “David and Daughter Evangeline sing about God’s active love”

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Mark 10a (Continued)

Sorry for the cliffhanger on the previous Mark 10a bit.  Here is a follow and conclusion.

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Mark 10a | Scripture Reading and Commentary

“Jesus’ perfect law on marriage”

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Isaiah 9a | Scripture reading and Commentary

A Child is Born.

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Song | Love Came Down at Christmas

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Mark 9e | Scripture Reading and Commentary

Starting with verse 42.

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Song | 1 Corinthians 13

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1 Corinthians 13 | Scripture Reading and Commentary

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Mark 9d | Reading and Commentary

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I Trust in God | Quartet and Guitar

I sang on multiple tracks

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Mark 9c | Reading and Commentary

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Mark 9b | Reading and Commentary

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Mark 9a | Reading and Commentary

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Mark 7d | Reading and Commentary

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Mark 7c | Reading and Commentary

Continuing through Mark 7 starting today in verse 24.

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Song | Day After Day

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Mark 7b | Reading and Commentary

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Mark 7a | Reading and Commentary

Jesus condemns the ungodly traditions of the haughty Pharisees.

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