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Devotion for November 13, 2008

November 13, 2008

Devotion for November 13, 2008 Today it’s common for expectant parents to proudly show family and friends the sonogram images of their unborn child. Although the grainy images can sometimes be hard to decipher, there’s rarely any problem decoding the excitement on the faces of the parents! It wasn’t all that long ago, however, that the idea...

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Devotion for November 14, 2008

November 14, 2008

Devotion for November 14, 2008 It happened in a flash—the kids were all playing outside, and then the phone rang. When Cissy McClure came back outside, just minutes later, her eighteen-month-old daughter had fallen down an eight-inch pipe and was crying for her . . . 22 feet below the ground’s surface. For the next 58 hours, the world watched...

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Devotion for November 18, 2008

November 18, 2008

Devotion for November 18, 2008 Bible scholar Elizabeth Achtemeier once wrote, “The human mind is a picture gallery, and we live by the images found in it.” With this in mind, picture a very bright star that shines brilliantly and is surrounded by others stars in a beautiful constellation. This is a helpful way to think about one of the most...

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Devotion for November 23, 2008

November 23, 2008

Devotion for November 23, 2008 So . . . you want to climb Mount Everest! Great! You’ll need to get started training right away, running a minimum of four to five miles a day and embarking on a serious weight-training program. After a while, you should try to climb a 19,000 ft. peak, like Mount Kilimanjaro in east Africa. Make sure you start...

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Devotion for November 24, 2008

November 24, 2008

Devotion for November 24, 2008 In 1793, four years after the French Revolution, Maximilien Robespierre sought to “dechristianize” France with a “Cult of Reason.” The famous Notre Dame de Paris was rededicated to this cult, and statues of biblical kings, which were mistaken for kings of France, were beheaded. Even today, debates rage in societies...

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Devotion for November 27, 2008

November 27, 2008

Devotion for November 27, 2008 When we recall that Peter was a fisherman without an advanced theological degree, it’s amazing to see the depth of insight into God’s Word that the Spirit gave to him. Consider, for example, his understanding of Jesus’ death and resurrection in light of the Old Testament. Standing in Jerusalem on Pentecost,...

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Devotion for Feb. 2, 2009

February 2, 2009

Devotion for Feb. 2, 2009 Too Late the Phalarope, by Alan Paton, depicts many ways in which relationships can be torn apart. The first one comes from the opening lines of the novel, which show how the walls that blockade communication tend to destroy us rather than protect: "Perhaps I could have saved him, with only a word, two words, out...

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Devotion for Feb. 3, 2009

February 3, 2009

Devotion for Feb. 3, 2009 Abraham and Sarah, or Abram and Sarai as they were known when this story began, were far from the typical love story. We don't learn whether they fell in love or were arranged to be married. The significant part of their story took place entirely after they became husband and wife, after the infatuation of their...

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Devotion for Feb. 4, 2009

February 4, 2009

Devotion for Feb. 4, 2009 Vizzini, the ruthless assassin in William Goldman's The Princess Bride, thought it inconceivable that his boat could be followed. It was inconceivable that his pursuer would draw nearer to them. The thought that their masked adversary could scale the Cliffs of Insanity? Also inconceivable. After hearing him exclaim,...

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Devotion for Feb. 5, 2009

February 5, 2009

Devotion for Feb. 5, 2009 Even when brides and grooms hope otherwise, the saying is true: "You don't marry a person, you marry a family." The imprint of the spouse's family cannot be erased. As author Paul Ruff states, marriage "comes with a set of habits——ways of thinking, eating, sleeping, celebrating, being humorous, and relating——that...

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