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Faithfulness to the Covenant

July 27, 2018

After the long, cold, cloud-covered winters in Chicago, residents of the Windy City are glad to see the blue sky peek through in March or April. Sometimes the blue sky will be accompanied by a few rain clouds. But after the spring storms have passed, the sign of the Lord's covenant often breaks through: A huge rainbow or double rainbow appears...

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Devotion for Dec. 1, 2010

December 1, 2010

Devotion for Dec. 1, 2010 The so–called worship wars have plagued churches for years. These debates usually focus on the music used in the worship service, and sometimes include the appropriateness of hand–held microphones; the presence of a choir; congregational hymns or choruses; and the use of piano, organ, guitars, or drums. Some churches...

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Devotion for October 25, 2007

October 25, 2007

Devotion for October 25, 2007 During the days, weeks, and months following 9/11, generosity abounded. Thousands of volunteers stepped forward to do whatever they could. A special Amtrak train with relief supplies left Washington for New York City. For weeks following the tragedy, truckloads of items such as boots and goggles for the rescue...

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  • Devotions October 25, 2007

God as Gardener

February 9, 2015

God as Gardener Feasts and festivals are wonderful opportunities to express gratitude to God corporately for His abundant provision, but the Bible also gives us examples of individuals who express their appreciation to God. Scholars suggest that King David wrote Psalm 65 as a hymn of thankfulness for an especially bountiful harvest. In this...

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Devotion for May 27, 2011

May 27, 2011

Devotion for May 27, 2011 Ant colonies have earned classification as a superorganism. So great is the cohesive cooperation between the various members of the colony, they act as a self–governing organism of their own. The behavior of each individual is determined by the collective interests of the group. In this system the workers work, the...

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Devotion for December 17, 2006

December 17, 2006

Devotion for December 17, 2006 Four days after Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005, the Biloxi Sun Herald ran an article entitled, “Religion in Biloxi Takes a Blow from Katrina.” The story described several historic churches that had been damaged beyond repair. Despite the fact that much of his own church had been destroyed, Ken Nuss,...

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Devotion for December 19, 2007

December 19, 2007

Devotion for December 19, 2007 In Sagamore Hill, the home of Theodore Roosevelt, you can see a downstairs study in which Roosevelt would meet with important dignitaries and officials. Yet at precisely four o’clock each day, one would hear the rushed patter of little feet along the hallway above, down the stairs, and then outside the doorway...

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Devotion for June 13, 2009

June 13, 2009

Devotion for June 13, 2009 Inner City Impact (ICI) is an urban ministry that since 1972 has reached out to at-risk Chicago youth. ICI's mission is "to present the living Christ, primarily to unchurched inner city children and youth, discipling and integrating them into a local church." The focus is on winning kids to Christ, grounding them...

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Devotion for June 15, 2006

June 15, 2006

Devotion for June 15, 2006 In the 1970s, Chrysler Corporation made headlines when it had to ask the federal government for loans to keep the company running. But its amazing turnaround was owed largely to Lee Iacocca, the CEO, who rescued the company from near financial ruin. Iacocca is proof of how important leadership is to any enterprise.

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Love: The antidote for fear

January 29, 2012

Love: The antidote for fear In a culture where great value is placed on information and productivity, we can’t help but be tempted to measure our spiritual health and vitality by our Bible knowledge. We also find ourselves judging the quality of our spiritual lives according to what we’ve accomplished for the Lord. In this modern context,...

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