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Devotion for January 27, 2007

January 27, 2007

Devotion for January 27, 2007 The name of the book is Numbers. The numbers themselves are staggering. Two censuses form bookends for Israel’s wandering in the wilderness. Both times the nation tallied only those eligible to serve in the army. And both times, over 600,000 men over the age of twenty were counted. The sobering fact is that every...

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Devotion for Feb. 03, 2004

February 3, 2004

Devotion for Feb. 03, 2004 Peter Johnston’s life looks very different today than it did fifteen years ago, when he was addicted to alcohol. Peter used to laugh at people who thought that the Bible had all the answers. What could an ancient book have to say to him? He didn’t doubt that people who practiced what the Bible taught were good,...

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Devotion for July 2, 2009

July 2, 2009

Devotion for July 2, 2009 A metaphor is a figure of speech that compares seemingly unrelated subjects, drawing attention to the likeness or analogy between them. For example, Shakespeare said: "All the world's a stage." Scripture also employs metaphor. For instance, God is our husband (Hosea 2:16), and Jesus declared that He is the "bread...

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Devotion for Feb. 09, 2004

February 9, 2004

Devotion for Feb. 09, 2004 In “The Road Not Taken,” the poet Robert Frost ponders how his life might have been different had he made different choices. Frost concludes, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,/I took the one less traveled by, / And that has made all the difference.” This poem reminds us of an important truth: life is a journey...

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Devotion for July 8, 2009

July 8, 2009

Devotion for July 8, 2009 When Jesus says, "Come follow me," He invites us to believe in Him as our Savior and to obey Him as our Lord. Jesus is both Redeemer and King. When we follow Jesus, we leave one kingdom for another. John addresses this issue in today's passage. To begin, we should clarify the definitions of some words in this text.

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Devotion for Feb. 12, 2004

February 12, 2004

Devotion for Feb. 12, 2004 According to a 2002 national survey, the average American household carries $9,000 per month in credit card debt. One credit counseling service said that many of its clients have over $75,000 worth of credit card debt spread over a dozen credit cards. It’s no wonder that other polls indicate that one of the leading...

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Devotion for July 10, 2009

July 10, 2009

Devotion for July 10, 2009 Searching desperately for Sohrab, Amir visited a dilapidated orphanage in war-ravaged Afghanistan. Barefoot children in frayed sweaters played among steel-framed beds without mattresses. The orphanage director explained that there is "little shelter, almost no food, no clothes, and no clean water." Taliban leaders...

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Devotion for Feb. 18, 2004

February 18, 2004

Devotion for Feb. 18, 2004 Imagine finding a beautiful, gold-embossed envelope in your mail. Upon opening it, you learn that you’ve been invited to a prestigious dinner at the White House along with leaders from around the world. You begin to imagine the beautifully set tables with fine linen and fresh flowers and wonder what culinary specialties...

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Devotion for July 18, 2009

July 18, 2009

Devotion for July 18, 2009 Thirty years ago many people worked with typewriters, and if they used a computer at all it might be to play Oregon Trail on green-screen Apple computer at school. Today, nearly everyone depends on computers in some way, whether for occupation, communication, or education. We rarely second-guess how the technology...

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Devotion for Feb. 28, 2004

February 28, 2004

Devotion for Feb. 28, 2004 It’s seems appropriate during February to consider an event from the life of George Washington. In 1789, Gouverneur Morris urged Washington to seek the presidency. In his appeal, Morris wrote: “No constitution is the same on paper and in life. The exercise of authority depends upon personal character. Your cool...

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