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R16:16 Blog Hop Party #7

28 Jun

R16:16 Directory Members

are invited to join in the hop.

1 Thessalonians 5:11

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”

R16:16

Hop Rules:

  1. You must be a directory member.
  2. Enter Your Link Below.
  3. Link Any Post that is based in scripture.
  4. Visit as many links as you like but You Must Visit, comment and encourage the site listed directly before yours . If you are the first, please check back and visit the last, (Sunday)
  5. Be sure to share that you are visiting from the R16:16 Blog Hop.
  6. Feel free to link-back to this R16:16 site, grab a button or copy and paste the above hop link. It isn’t a requirement, just a suggestion.
  • Devotionals, Bible Studies, Encouragement, Sermons or Children’s Bible Lessons are all encouraged to join in.
  • All Links are monitored and non-members will be removed.
  • If you would like to include the hop on your page so that your own readers will be encouraged, please email the team at rsixteen.sixteen@gmail.com and we will send you the link code. 

To add to the collection or to see the entire list of links. Click the InLikz Image below.

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1 Comment

Posted by on June 28, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “R16:16 Blog Hop Party #7

  1. Beth Johnson

    June 30, 2013 at 10:19 am

    Try this to see what a blessing it could be for your website and for certain blogs:

    http://reftagger.com/

    With reftagger installed on a web page, it is not necessary to type in a link for each verse. The reftagger will automatically link any references to the verse(s) on biblia.com. You may choose the version you wish to use and make other visual changes such as font or style.

    If you choose the KJV for your scripture tags, the cross references on biblia.com are based (to my knowledge) solely on the actual words in that passage being found in some other passage as well. Such is not always a valid cross reference, since the same words and phrases do not always have the same meaning (e.g. gift of the Holy Spirit), but it should be much more difficult for the references to be slanted toward a certain doctrine when it is based on the actual words in the text.

    I plan to give it a try on my blogs just as soon as I get the courage to deal with the technical issues. 😎

    His servant,

    Beth

     

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