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Mature Faith and Good Deeds: Example of Rahab

February 13, 2019

Mature Faith and Good Deeds: Example of Rahab We know Rahab had faith in God because her actions revealed her faith (see Joshua 2; 6:22–25; Heb. 11:31). She hid the two Israelite spies from her own government, then misdirected their pursuers and helped them escape. She thus saved her entire extended family and ended up in the genealogy of...

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  • Devotions February 13, 2019

A Path to Leprosy

March 21, 2019

A Path to Leprosy When playing with tools in his father’s workshop at age 3, Louis Braille was struck in the eye by a piece of metal. The injury blinded him, and a subsequent infection took the sight of his other eye. His parents determined to give him as many opportunities for education and enrichment as they could, and Louis applied his...

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  • Devotions March 21, 2019

Help One Another on the Path to Mature Faith

February 28, 2019

Help One Another on the Path to Mature Faith From the EditorsIn “Pilgrims to the City of God,” musician and writer Michael Card sang: “Pilgrims of passion, we follow the One Who holds out a cross and a crown. We travel a dark road that has but one Light, For we have here no lasting town. And sometimes we run by the power of His might. On...

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  • Devotions February 28, 2019

The Joy of Consecration

March 24, 2019

The Joy of Consecration When a sports team needs to rebuild after a series of losing seasons, it can be difficult for an owner to know where to begin. Hire a new coaching staff? Draft a younger roster? Hire one or two big-name stars? The success of the Oakland Athletics baseball team’s use of analytics, described in Michael Lewis’s book Moneyball,...

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  • Devotions March 24, 2019

Mighty and Young

March 22, 2019

Mighty and Young Social identity is the term used by social psychologists to describe the ways that people express who they are. These ways include making choices that align with their “in-groups” and avoiding behaviors that they associate with their “out-groups.” Social identities can include geography, ethnicity, gender, age, and professional...

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  • Devotions March 22, 2019

Harsh Words of the King

March 7, 2019

Harsh Words of the King More than one parent has said to a child in an exasperated tone, “I can’t wait until you have children one day!” And more than one parent has thought, “Now I understand my own parents’ decisions better!” What felt unreasonable to a child actually provided a measure of safety. From the perspective of adulthood, we can...

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  • Devotions March 7, 2019

The Failure of Fear

March 13, 2019

The Failure of Fear Elite professional athletes always face the difficult decision of when to retire. Should they leave at the top of their game? Or should they eke out as many years of playing time as possible? Should they remain loyal to their current coach or team, or see if they can find success with a new program? Fans often feel torn...

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  • Devotions March 13, 2019

Mature Faith Is God’s Gift

February 5, 2019

Mature Faith Is God’s Gift In 1885, a Russian czar commissioned Carl Fabergé and his family jewelry business to create a special Easter gift for his wife. They designed a beautiful white egg, inside of which was a gold “yolk.” Inside of that was a golden hen, and inside of that was a miniature diamond crown and a tiny ruby egg. Known as the...

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  • Devotions February 5, 2019

The End of Hunger and Thirst

January 29, 2019

The End of Hunger and Thirst In 2015 the United Nations set a goal to end world hunger by the year 2030. As we enter 2019, it doesn’t seem likely that this goal will be achieved. According to the hunger relief organization Oxfam, the world produces 17 percent more food per person than it did 30 years ago, yet nearly one billion people still...

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  • Devotions January 29, 2019

The Miraculous Feast

January 19, 2019

The Miraculous Feast In addition to mass-produced bread, many grocery stores now also sell artisan bread, which has been baked by a trained craftsman. And a renewed interest in ancient grains such as spelt has increased the kinds of breads that are available. Bread still tends to be an incidental part of meals for most of us, but in the ancient...

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