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The Gift of God’s Son

April 20, 2019

The Gift of God’s Son The television game show Jeopardy has been on the air since 1964 and hosted for the past 30 years by Alex Trebek. To win, contestants are given an answer and must come up with the corresponding question. In today’s passage, Jesus and Nicodemus, a member of the ruling religious leaders, have a private session of questions...

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  • Devotions April 20, 2019

The Kind of Worshipper God Seeks

December 26, 2011

The Kind of Worshipper God Seeks Few subjects are as sensitive in the life of the church today as the subject of worship. By worship we usually mean worship style. By worship style we mean music. Churches are more likely to divide over musical preferences than they are over points of doctrine. Perhaps we care more about what we hear and sing...

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  • Devotions December 26, 2011

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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  • Devotions November 22, 2015

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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  • Devotions November 18, 2015

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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  • Devotions November 20, 2015

The Call of Mankind: In the Image of God

July 1, 2016

The Call of Mankind: In the Image of God In most ancient Near Eastern creation stories, numerous deities seek power and create the world as a result of their chaos and conflict. Oftentimes, bodily parts of the deities become elements of creation. In one account, human beings were created to serve the gods and goddesses as slaves. The creation...

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  • Devotions July 1, 2016

Faithfulness: The Unfailing Love of God

June 24, 2013

Faithfulness: The Unfailing Love of God Monica Lewinsky, the political intern at the heart of the sex scandal during Bill Clinton’s presidency, has allegedly been offered a $12 million advance for her memoir. Apparently the publisher believes the book will be a bestseller, especially if it reveals the steamy details of Clinton’s affair with...

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  • Devotions June 24, 2013

Created in the Image of God

June 1, 2012

Created in the Image of God In the ancient near east, reigning kings were thought to rule on behalf of a particular god. That human king was thought to reflect the image of a nation’s god. It’s how they knew what a god was like. The first chapter of Genesis announces that every human being has been created in the image of God. This truth,...

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  • Devotions June 1, 2012

The City of God: Our Future Home

November 28, 2015

The City of God: Our Future Home Since Harry Winston gave the 45.52-carat gem to the Smithsonian Institution in 1958, more than 100 million people have visited to see the rare Hope Diamond. The diamond most likely came from a 112-3/16 carat diamond sold to King Louis XIV in France in 1668 and was later recut and reset in 1673. In 1792, during...

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  • Devotions November 28, 2015

God Provides in the Face of Wolves

November 14, 2016

God Provides in the Face of Wolves For seven years, it seemed like justice would never come for two young sisters in Bolivia who were sexually assaulted by a neighbor. The perpetrator was assured that if he ran away, the case would be forgotten. But a Christian legal team from International Justice Mission (IJM) would not give up. They provided...

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