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Death and the Law

February 12, 2021

Today's daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: According to voting records, John Cenkner cast ballots in the California elections of 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2010.

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  • Romans February 12, 2021

The Church and Tradition

November 23, 2018

Traditions themselves are not the problem in the church. The problem comes when we allow our traditions to overrule what God has commanded or we turn our traditions into litmus tests of worship or fellowship. Pray that you will not cling to traditions, habits, or preferences at the expense of obeying God or showing love and grace to others.

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  • Devotions November 23, 2018

Gates and the Sabbath

March 3, 2020

Gates and the Sabbath If you’re familiar with the story of Ruth, you might remember how Boaz “asked permission” to marry her (Ruth 4:1–12). Boaz was legally required to negotiate with a relative who had a prior claim on the widow and her land. When that man gave up his right, Boaz was free to marry Ruth. Where this agreement took place, the...

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  • Devotions March 3, 2020

Hoping in the Promise Keeper

December 2, 2020

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: In her song, “Faithful God,” Laura Story magnifies the Lord’s trustworthiness: “For you are the love that never leaves...

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  • Christmas December 2, 2020

The Lord Rises in Majesty

July 18, 2018

After a judging scandal in women’s figure skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics, an investigation was launched into the sport’s judging practices. Independent research found bias in most judges’ judgment, especially toward skaters from their own country. Though instructed to adjudicate the performances of all athletes impartially, judges routinely...

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  • Devotions July 18, 2018

Life in the Heavenly Jerusalem

October 28, 2018

Life in the Heavenly Jerusalem In Tolkien’s The Two Towers, Strider employs his acute tracking abilities to pursue his two hobbit friends who have been captured by evil orcs. The pursuit takes days and requires his single-minded attention to navigate across vast terrain in order to find his friends. That picture of an active pursuit of a...

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  • Devotions October 28, 2018

The Flaw in Our Fellowship

November 2, 2018

It’s time for a reality check. What don’t you like about your church? Why not make a list—and then pray through it? No doubt some of the items are due to differences in taste or personalities. But where there are issues that can be traced to sin, ask for God’s forgiveness and transformation through the power of the Holy Spirit.

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In the Name of Jesus

January 10, 2020

In the Name of Jesus We don’t know exactly what the apostle Peter’s favorite verse would have been, but a continual theme in his ministry, preaching, and writings was Jesus Christ’s resurrection. This message from Peter and the other disciples rang true from the beginning and is the foundation on which Christianity rests. In the beginning...

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  • Devotions January 10, 2020

The Way, the Truth, and the Life

December 15, 2019

The Way, the Truth, and the Life Musicians Stuart Townend and Keith Getty wrote the powerful worship song, “In Christ Alone.” The final verse proclaims: “No guilt in life, no fear in death This is the power of Christ in me. From life’s first cry to final breath, Jesus commands my destiny. No power of hell, no scheme of man, Can ever pluck...

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  • Devotions December 15, 2019

Mature Faith and Self-Control in Speech

February 14, 2019

Mature Faith and Self-Control in Speech The Yik Yak app, now thankfully defunct, allowed users to post anonymous comments and to agree or disagree with other users’ comments within a five-mile radius. For example, students on a university campus could share opinions about teachers, courses, or classmates. The app’s anonymous posts degenerated...

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