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The Gospel and Salvation

October 3, 2016

The Gospel and Salvation Mapmaking in the sixteenth century was a mix of information gathered by explorers and educated guesses about previously undocumented parts of the world. One persistent mystery for European mapmakers was what lay between the Americas and Asia—was it a land border? A vast body of water? Were the two continents connected?

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Promise: God’s Eternal Rest

March 31, 2013

Promise: God’s Eternal Rest Sometimes people live their lives hoping that things will go their way and that they will have good luck. Those who are in Christ have a much better hope. We have eternal, unchanging promises of God. In Christ, we know all God’s promises have been answered YES. In Christ, we have something far better than relying...

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Devotion for June 1, 2009

June 1, 2009

Devotion for June 1, 2009 Some people tend to like their spirituality quick and easy. After all, there's work to do, places to go, people to see. Holiness? I'll listen to a podcast while I exercise. Servanthood? Our Sunday school class is doing a DVD series on that. Bible study? The One-Minute Bible——and yes, there really is such a thing——is...

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Hannah's Prayer

April 7, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: Has there ever been a time when you pleaded with the Lord? “God, if you do this, then I promise to . . . ”

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Promise Kept at Mount Sinai

September 3, 2018

Promise Kept at Mount Sinai Mount Rushmore in South Dakota has been called the “Shrine of Democracy.” The heads of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln were carved out of the mountain in 1941 and restored for the 50th anniversary in 1991. It currently welcomes nearly three million visitors per year.

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Purposes: Language Is for Learning and Witnessing

October 22, 2012

Purposes: Language Is for Learning and Witnessing The world record for the longest language lesson is held by a class of 26 Chinese students. They sat through an English lesson that lasted 72 hours! The students were paid $15 per hour for their participation, an amount that tripled after they surpassed the previous record of 66 hours. In...

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Devotion for April 29, 2009

April 29, 2009

Devotion for April 29, 2009 Old graveyards can be fascinating. The tombstones bear descriptions of relationships: "Beloved Mother" or "Devoted Husband." Others are inscribed with a brief description or motto known as an epitaph. The epitaph of Marshall Fields, buried in Chicago, reads: "Equity-Integrity." Poet Emily Dickinson wrote her...

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God’s Mighty Army

July 8, 2017

God’s Mighty Army A children’s Bible song sung for years in Sunday school and Vacation Bible School goes: “I may never march in the infantry / Ride in the cavalry / Shoot the artillery / I may never fly o’er the enemy / But I’m in the Lord’s army! Yes Sir!” In this section, the Chronicler records the genealogy of the tribes of Issachar, Benjamin,...

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Prophetic judgment: When fear fails

January 21, 2012

Prophetic judgment: When fear fails Writer Christopher Hitchens admits he’s not just an atheist; he’s an anti-theist. The distinction underlines his absolute intolerance for any kind of faith system. According to Hitchens, “Faith is the surrender of the mind; it’s the surrender of reason.” Hitchens’ critique isn’t new; Christians have often...

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Devotion for May 30, 2005

May 30, 2005

Devotion for May 30, 2005 The author of the book of Esther cleverly uses many literary devices to emphasize certain themes and ideas in the book. Today we see the use of irony, a word used to convey a meaning opposite to its literal sense. Its impact can be either humor or sarcasm. Our reading from chapter nine teaches us the origin of the...

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