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Moses Chose the Right Treasure

June 27, 2019

Moses Chose the Right Treasure Moses, Man of the Mountain is a 1939 novel by the famous African American writer, Zora Neale Hurston. In the story, she reimagined the events and themes of Moses' life and the Exodus in ways that reflected the black experience in American history. She drew on African American folklore and songs, used colloquial...

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Seeking Eternal Treasures

June 23, 2019

Seeking Eternal Treasures Gazanias, also called African daisies or treasure flowers, are prized by gardeners for their bright colors and how easy they are to cultivate. Native to South Africa, they do well in almost any soil and bloom mostly in late spring and early summer. Like all plants, however, the treasure flower eventually fades and...

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Storing Up Treasures in Heaven

June 22, 2019

Storing Up Treasures in Heaven Archivist Neil Dickson discovered a collection of rare books in a forgotten library cupboard. Working his way through the archives of Watt Library in Greenock, Scotland, in 2012, he came across a cabinet that hadn't been opened in decades. Imagine his surprise when he found a number of volumes, including a 1538...

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The Fear of the Lord Is the Treasure Key

June 20, 2019

The Fear of the Lord Is the Treasure Key Just before hurricane season in 1715, the Spanish government filled eleven ships with gold, silver, and jewels. They planned to sail from Cuba to Florida, and left late in an attempt to avoid pirates and privateers. They lost this gamble, however, as a storm struck and sank all the ships. Many have...

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The Treasure of God’s Word

June 17, 2019

The Treasure of God’s Word The Perahu Pustaka, or Book Boat, is a unique mobile library in Indonesia. A journalist decided to combine his love of boats and books by building a baqgo, a small sailboat, that takes 4,000 children’s books per trip to villages where literacy is low and pleasure of reading is unknown. When the boat arrives, kids...

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Guarding His Treasured Possession

June 8, 2019

Guarding His Treasured Possession First Lady Dolley Madison is credited with saving some of our nation's historical treasures. In 1814, when British troops landed in Maryland and headed toward the capital, Dolley kept calm and began loading important items into her carriage. Among them was a full-size portrait of George Washington. With no...

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Treasures Can Be Gifts

June 4, 2019

Treasures Can Be Gifts When the Queen of Sheba came to test King Solomon’s wisdom, she brought a treasure trove of gifts (1 Kings 10:1–13). Solomon answered her questions and passed her tests with flying colors. “Indeed,” the Queen said, “not even half was told me; in wisdom and wealth you have far exceeded the report I heard” (v. 8). She...

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God’s Infinite yet Intimate Presence

December 14, 2017

God’s Infinite yet Intimate Presence Before the Israelites settled in the Promised Land, the tabernacle was a movable sanctuary, traveling with the people as they journeyed. After subduing their enemies and establishing the nation, however, King Solomon built a temple for the Lord in Jerusalem. That temple was meant as a permanent dwelling...

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The Need for Atonement

December 13, 2017

The Need for Atonement The word atone is a theological term that has its origins in the English language. Translating the Bible in the sixteenth century, William Tyndale conveyed the Hebrew word kippur as “atone,” meaning to be united, in accord with, or “at one” with God. It conveys the idea of reconciliation between God and His creation.

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Friendship in Ministry

May 26, 2019

Friendship in Ministry At a time when traveling evangelists were looked upon with suspicion, Billy Graham determined to have integrity in his ministry. As a part of this decision, he crafted four rules that governed his conduct: (1) operate with financial transparency; (2) avoid even the appearance of sexual immorality; (3) avoid criticizing...

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