"CAPULISPUNGO"

A Real Test

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The book of Jeremiah is proving to be a real test for the class in Capulispungo. As they say, "This is what separates the men from the boys." The course reviews all 52 chapters of the book of Jeremiah. Most of the students have never delved into a book as much as this course does. It's not difficult, just a lot of information. So they asked for an extra month to study and review for the exam. I understand their plea, …
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Jeremiah and God's purposes

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Jeremiah is one of the most difficult books we have studied, but the students have not let this stop them. I'm impressed by their diligence and perseverance. So far in this program, we have studied the life of Jesus, and God raising up a people for himself. But in Jeremiah, God is dealing with entire nations, and using them for his purposes. God allows one nation to prosper and conquer another, and then …
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New Challenge: Jeremiah

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This Saturday we ran a full schedule! We had two hours to review for the exam. Then the exam. After lunch I had to present the next book which is very different from the rest. Few of us have studied Jeremiah in depth, and this book requires a LOT of study and memorization. Great book, but the students are going to have to be very disciplined to master it! We decided to extend the usual time frame from two months to three months.
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Who's right?

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So we're going over the answers to the questions in the FLET bible study, when suddenly, everyone gives the same answer to one of the questions, and my answer is completely different! Do I tell them they're "wrong?" No! Rather, I change MY answer. Why?
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Real Progress

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One way to measure progress among the students is to give an exam to "see how much they've learned." Ten students in Capulispungo took an exam for the second book of level two in the FLET bible course. And they did fairly well. All of them passed to the third book. This is one type of "progress." But I was pleased to see something else going on. During the lunch break, I went outside to find them…
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