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Devotion for Nov. 28, 2011

November 28, 2011

Devotion for Nov. 28, 2011 An article titled “The 18–Million Dollar Headache” examines the life of lottery–winner Alex Snelius, a semi–retired truck mechanic. Snelius won a $64 million jackpot seven years ago but claims that his riches have brought nothing but misery. “When you do win it, you say, ‘Thank you God’—you know, you’re blessed,”...

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God Is Faithful: Guarding Our Lives

January 8, 2014

God Is Faithful: Guarding Our Lives More than two million people each year visit Buckingham Palace in London to observe the Changing of the Guard. When the Queen is in residence, four soldiers stand sentry in front of the building. Even when the Queen is away, two remain to guard the entrance 24 hours a day. These dignified troops, wearing...

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Wrestling on Behalf of Others

April 17, 2017

Wrestling on Behalf of Others The sport of obstacle racing has rapidly gained popularity. At events like Tough Mudder and Spartan Race, competitors complete a course that includes not only trail running but also dashing through burning firewood, swimming across an icy pool, and running between electrified wires. According to The New Yorker,...

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By Wisdom a House Is Built

April 23, 2013

By Wisdom a House Is Built In his recent book, Rich, Free, and Miserable: The Failure of Success in America, author John Brueggemann explores “market thinking,” that is, the tendency to evaluate everything in terms of efficiency, productivity, and profit. It has invaded every aspect of American life, often at the cost of cherished moral values...

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Apples of Gold in Settings of Silver

April 24, 2013

Apples of Gold in Settings of Silver Hezekiah led a spiritual revival as king of Judah in the years 715 to 686 b.c. “He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, just as his father David had done.” He removed high places, destroyed idols, and worshiped God. “He held fast to the Lord and did not cease to follow him; he kept the commands...

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Waiting for God’s Vindication

October 21, 2014

Waiting for God’s Vindication In his book Wade in the Water: The Wisdom of the Spirituals, Arthur Jones explores the emotional and spiritual depth of the songs of enslaved African Americans. Often spirituals gave voice to the experience of oppressed people who are waiting on God to bring justice, knowing it might never come in their own lifetime.

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A Stern Love: His Love Redeems Us

September 16, 2015

A Stern Love: His Love Redeems Us “There is a redeemer, Jesus, God’s own Son / Precious Lamb of God, Messiah, Holy One / Jesus my redeemer, Name above all names. Precious Lamb of God, Messiah / Hope for sinners slain.” The late musician Keith Green wrote this modern hymn that praises the names and deeds of the Lord, beginning with His work...

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A Dependable Love: His Love Is Forgiving

September 17, 2015

A Dependable Love: His Love Is Forgiving Evangelist and beloved preacher Billy Graham has said his favorite Bible story is story of the prodigal son in Luke 15. As Graham said, this story reveals “how God loves us no matter what we do, where we go, how we live. He loves us. And I can’t get over the love and mercy and grace of God. Every day...

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Paul: Belief, Obedience, and the Person of Christ

July 30, 2012

Paul: Belief, Obedience, and the Person of Christ Titus Coan was a pioneering missionary to Hawaii. Once he learned the language, he tried to visit each of the 16,000 people on Hilo Island, and he took notes on the spiritual condition of those he met. Preaching up to 30 evangelistic sermons per week, he led many revivals. By 1837, his church...

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Praise Is Life

September 23, 2019

Praise Is Life In the early 1970s, Charles Colson rose to political power as Special Counsel to the President of the United States. But all of that came crashing down when he was indicted in the Watergate scandal. After being sent to prison, Colson came to faith in Christ. Of that experience, he wrote, “My greatest humiliation—being sent...

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