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Redemption: Languages, Cultures, and God’s Plan

October 29, 2012

Redemption: Languages, Cultures, and God’s Plan The only known example of an individual creating an entirely new system of writing is Sequoyah’s invention of written Cherokee in the early nineteenth century. Inspired by the way he saw white settlers using writing, he devised 85 symbols that correspond with sounds in Cherokee. Soon the Cherokees...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2012/10/devotions/29/
todayintheword.org October 29, 2012

Encouragement to the Community

June 4, 2017

Encouragement to the Community When a worried child expresses doubts about their own worth or their parents’ love, what does any responsible parent do? They comfort the child by repeating over and over again a message of reassurance and encouragement. The same seems to be the case in the first part of today’s reading. Speaking to a community...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2017/6/devotions/4/
todayintheword.org June 4, 2017

Luke: A Careful Investigator

December 21, 2015

Luke: A Careful Investigator A recent survey found that Americans want to put Christ back into Christmas. Though religious content and language are often omitted in public contexts, 79 percent agreed that “Christmas should be more about Jesus” and 63 percent that “Christmas activities should include a visit to a church service.” A whopping...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2015/12/devotions/21/
todayintheword.org December 21, 2015

Paul’s Situation of Being “Poured Out Like a Drink Offering”

July 30, 2013

Paul’s Situation of Being “Poured Out Like a Drink Offering” The Roman centurion Marcellus, a new convert to Christianity in A.D. 298, had to make a choice. Would he celebrate Emperor Maximian’s birthday? It involved sacrifices to the gods and worship of the emperor. He decided: No. He proclaimed, “I serve Jesus Christ the Eternal King.”...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2013/7/devotions/30/
todayintheword.org July 30, 2013

Jesus, Son of David

March 1, 2016

Jesus, Son of David Biographers often approach their subject from a particular angle. For instance, the Scottish Enlightenment philosopher David Hume has been the subject of several recent biographies: one focused on his intellectual history, another focused on his work as a historian, and a third devoted more attention to his childhood...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2016/3/devotions/1/
todayintheword.org March 1, 2016

Devotion for July 15, 2005

July 15, 2005

Devotion for July 15, 2005 Our perception of distance is not always accurate. We’ve all had the experience of seeing something on the horizon that appeared far away, only to discover that it was closer than we thought. Or we may have seen something that looked relatively close but was actually miles away. There’s also not much correlation...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2005/7/devotions/15/
todayintheword.org July 15, 2005

Devotion for June 22, 2005

June 22, 2005

Devotion for June 22, 2005 Several infamously silly laws decree that in one city it is illegal to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole or street lamp. In another town it is supposedly against the law to walk down Main Street with a lunchbox. It seems pretty clear that these laws are written because one person’s behavior makes waves in a community.

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2005/6/devotions/22/
todayintheword.org June 22, 2005

Devotion for Nov. 1, 2010

November 1, 2010

Devotion for Nov. 1, 2010 In the ancient world, writing of any length was done not in books, but on scrolls, so authors limited their writing to the space available. If an author had more to say, a second scroll was used. As we begin our study this month of 2 Kings, it’s important to remember that this is really a continuation of the Israelite...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2010/11/devotions/1/
todayintheword.org November 1, 2010

Devotion for July 4, 2009

July 4, 2009

Devotion for July 4, 2009 In April, pirates from Somalia attacked the American cargo ship Maersk Alabama. As trained, the crew was hiding, and the pirates demanded to know where they were. Captain Richard Phillips offered to go as the hostage if the pirates would leave the rest of the crew. Captain Phillips endured five days at sea with the...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2009/7/devotions/4/
todayintheword.org July 4, 2009

Tamar - More Righteous Than I

March 26, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: One of my writing professors often said, “Sometimes in order to tell one story well, you need to tell two.”...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/daily-devotional/tamar-more-righteous-than-i
todayintheword.org March 26, 2021

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