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The Temple of God: The Permanence of Home

November 22, 2015

The Temple of God: The Permanence of Home Bagel shops in New York City prepare for Passover, the eight-day festival commemorating the Exodus, by rolling considerably less dough. Because the Old Testament Scripture calls for every household to remove yeast from their homes, during the festival bagel-shop owners increase production of unleavened...

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The House of God: The Whisper of Home

November 18, 2015

The House of God: The Whisper of Home Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer-prize winning novel, The Goldfinch, recounts an explosion of a terrorist bomb, the death of the narrator’s mother, and a depressive series of events. The shadow of crisis hulks around every narrative corner. Yet the novel ends with a faint whisper of hope: “It is a glory and a privilege...

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The Holiness of God: The Vindication of Home

November 20, 2015

The Holiness of God: The Vindication of Home Years ago, when consumers wrote more personal checks for financial transactions, financial institutions hired people to pore over stacks of checks, comparing them to signatures on file. Now that most consumers use credit cards, signature verification happens more rarely. Transactions are only investigated...

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The Death of the God–Man

December 22, 2013

The Death of the God–Man Throughout the Gospels Jesus confounds the expectations of His audience. He made grand claims about Himself, yet He was not prideful. His words had immediate relevance, but He never bothered much with the burning question of his day—Israel’s occupation by Rome. Most expected a politically triumphant Messiah. But Jesus...

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The Trinity and the Power of God

August 14, 2016

The Trinity and the Power of God Reasonable Faith, an organization led by philosophy professor William Lane Craig, “aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today.” Through scholarly articles,...

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  • Devotions August 14, 2016

Faithfulness: The Unfailing Promise of God

June 23, 2013

Faithfulness: The Unfailing Promise of God “He’s a chip off the old block.” “She’s just like her mother.” So we comment on the striking similarities between children and their parents. Sometimes they bear uncanny resemblance to one another physically: a son has the same cowlick as his father; a daughter and mother both have the same posture.

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God the Father of Jesus Christ

June 2, 2016

God the Father of Jesus Christ An early doctrinal challenges faced by the church involved its teaching about the relationship between God the Father and Jesus Christ. What did the Bible mean when it spoke of “the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ” (v.3)? We use this language in the physical world to mean one person—the father— who existed...

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Light, Glory, and the Throne of God

August 9, 2017

Light, Glory, and the Throne of God A classic hymn declares: “Immortal, invisible, God only wise, / In light inaccessible hid from our eyes, / Most blessed, most glorious, the Ancient of Days, / Almighty, victorious, Thy great name we praise. . . . Great Father of glory, pure Father of light, / Thine angels adore Thee, all veiling their sight;...

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  • Deliverance August 9, 2017

The Lesson of God's Law

February 5, 2021

In today's daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: When I was in graduate school, one professor told us that he designed his tests so that nobody could get a 100 percent.

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The Mercy and Faithfulness of God

July 27, 2016

The Mercy and Faithfulness of God Hunger is one of the most basic, powerful drives of the human body. Without food, there is no life. As a result, hunger can lead people to do things we would not normally do. Such was the case with Jacob. As the famine continued and food ran out, Jacob called for his sons to return to Egypt for supplies.

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