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Sarah - A God Who Provides

March 14, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: Two years ago, my husband Peter suffered a small stroke. By God’s provision, he has made a strong recovery,...

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  • Redemption March 14, 2021

Scripture Reading

September 27, 2014

Scripture Reading In her book released earlier this year, Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time, author Brigid Schulte examines the harried, stressful life experienced by millions of Americans who are struggling to keep up with expectations as employees, spouses, and parents. She focuses on the presence or absence of...

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Thanks and Praise

November 1, 2019

Thanks and Praise “Don’t forget to say thank you!” If you are like me, when you were a child you probably heard this phrase often. If you are a parent, you have probably given this advice to your children. But if we are honest with ourselves, most adults—yes, even Christians—need to be reminded to give thanks. God teaches His children the...

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Devotion for January 08, 2006

January 8, 2006

Devotion for January 08, 2006 In 1833, New Hampshire Baptists affirmed: “We believe the Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired, and is a perfect treasure of heavenly instruction; that it has God for its author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture of error, for its matter; that it reveals the principles by which...

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The Mountain of the Lord, Part 2

September 29, 2018

The Mountain of the Lord, Part 2 Near the end of John Milton’s Christian epic poem Paradise Lost, the archangel Michael takes Adam to the top of a mountain. There he shows him visions of future history. Having chosen to disobey God’s command, Adam and Eve were about to be exiled from Eden. What lay ahead for humanity? Was there any hope?

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The Life-Changing Gospel

May 3, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: Welsh missionary Timothy Richard arrived in China in 1870. For 45 years, he preached the gospel...

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  • Christ's Return May 3, 2021

Gospel Need: No Way Out

March 6, 2015

Gospel Need: No Way Out Before he sold his soul to the devil in exchange for wealth and power, the title character in Doctor Faustus, from the Renaissance drama by Christopher Marlowe, considered studying theology. But when he read in the Bible that all have sinned and that sin’s wages are death, he concluded: “Why, then, belike we must sin...

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Samuel: Obedience, Calling, and Justice

July 17, 2012

Samuel: Obedience, Calling, and Justice Baby dedication ceremonies are a familiar tradition in many churches. Typically, a pastor introduces the child, reads relevant Bible verses about children and parenting, and charges the parents to raise their child in the fear and wisdom of the Lord. The congregation promises to be a supportive community...

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The Trouble with Tolerance

May 6, 2018

The Trouble with Tolerance In recent years, debates have flared up over the limits of free speech. Should anyone be given a platform, no matter his views? Can someone attempt to silence a person whom she finds dangerous or threatening? Some observers condemn the students for their intellectual intolerance, while others argue that reprehensible...

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  • Revelation May 6, 2018

Power Through Submission

April 25, 2012

Power Through Submission Many theologians have remarked that Scripture begins with a wedding. But the happy beginning quickly turns to divorce. God pursues, but when they are confronted, Adam and Eve mumble excuses, blame each other, and flee. This month we have noted how John portrays Christ’s coming as a grand drama of a "new creation"...

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