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The Trinity and the Sending of the 72

August 21, 2016

The Trinity and the Sending of the 72 In recent years, Middle Eastern Chris- tians have suffered intense persecution. The Week reported that in Egypt, Syria, Iraq, and elsewhere, believers “are murdered in mob violence or by militant groups. Their churches are bombed, their shops destroyed, and their homes looted. Laws are passed making them...

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The Trinity and God’s Plan of Redemption

August 28, 2016

The Trinity and God’s Plan of Redemption A classic hymn prays: “O holy, blessed Trinity, / Divine, eternal Unity, / O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, / This day your name be uppermost. . . . / My Maker, hold me in your hand; / O Christ, forgiven let me stand; / Blest Comforter, do not depart, / With faith and love enrich my heart.” All three...

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Mordecai Increases in Power

September 25, 2016

Mordecai Increases in Power In one miracle to bring His people into the Promised Land, God dried up the Jordan River, allowing the Israelites to cross safely to the opposite side. The Lord instructed the people to erect a memorial of twelve stones that would serve as a continual reminder to them of His mighty salvation. “All the peoples of...

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  • Devotions September 25, 2016

Source of Our Salvation

October 1, 2016

Source of Our Salvation Poets who work in structured verse have to follow specific guidelines. A sonnet must have fourteen lines. Iambic pentameter requires strict adherence to a five-beat meter. A haiku has three lines: five syllables, then seven, then five. Every word has to be carefully selected for a poem to convey meaning and imagery...

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Worry Is a Useless Sin

November 1, 2016

Worry Is a Useless Sin According to a recent study, vinegar may be a natural “fat-fighter.” Past research has shown that the main ingredient in vinegar, acetic acid, might help in controlling blood pressure and blood sugar levels. The new study found that vinegar, renowned in folk medicine for centuries, can also help prevent the accumulation...

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Worry Can Choke Out Seeds of the Gospel

November 19, 2016

Worry Can Choke Out Seeds of the Gospel Symbolizing the importance of agriculture to Nebraska, a massive statue of a sower scattering seed is set atop the state capitol building in Lincoln. The bronze statue weighs 9.5 tons, stands 19.5 feet tall, and is placed on a 12.5-foot-high pedestal molded to look like corn and wheat. The “Sower” took...

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  • Devotions November 19, 2016

Antidote to Worry: Living in Light of Eternity

November 26, 2016

Antidote to Worry: Living in Light of Eternity The song “Farther Along” by Josh Garrels is a fresh take on a classic gospel song that sees life from the perspective of eternity: “Farther along we’ll know all about it / Farther along we’ll understand why / Cheer up my brothers, live in the sunshine / We’ll understand this, all by and by .

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God’s Ultimate Desire

December 6, 2016

God’s Ultimate Desire In a typical court of law, a defendant sits on one side of the courtroom, the prosecutor sits on the other side, and the judge sits in the middle. Today’s reading also presents a courtroom scene, with Israel as the defendant and God as both prosecutor and judge. His case against Israel is simple. He had delivered them...

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  • Minor Prophets December 6, 2016

A Song of Triumph: The Lord and His People

January 6, 2017

A Song of Triumph: The Lord and His People Author of more than 28 books of poetry, Juan Felipe Herrera was the 2015 U.S. poet laureate. When Herrera talks about poetry’s importance, he doesn’t name its ability to teach. Instead, he describes poetry’s capacity for conveying beauty. He uses words like choreography. He calls a poem “a choir...

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  • Deliverance January 6, 2017

We Face Death

March 19, 2017

We Face Death Many people feel uncomfortable in cemeteries. Psychologists say it is closely tied to our fear of our own mortality. When we see a gravestone, we may feel the emotional loss tied to the death of a loved one. We may be reminded that we too will one day die. Although much of Romans 5 is spent discussing sin and death, the apostle...

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  • Creation March 19, 2017


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