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Learning to Be God's Leader

January 13, 2022

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: The earliest printed collection of William Shakespeare’s plays appeared in 1623.

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  • Godly Learning January 13, 2022

Israel’s Restoration through the Servant

July 1, 2018

In 1884, William Le Baron Jenney designed the first skyscraper to be built in Chicago. The Home Insurance Building was completed a year later and towered over the city—though it was only ten stories and 138 feet tall! If Jenney could see Chicago today, he would see a number of new skyscrapers being built. Tall cranes dot the skyline, and holes...

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  • Devotions July 1, 2018

Cleaning Fit for a King

December 22, 2018

To what are you devoting your time and energy in these days leading up to Christmas? Are “the packages, boxes, and bags” diverting your attention from the holiday’s true meaning? In your pursuit of the celebration, are you taking advantage of others? How might you reflect on and more fully appreciate the mercy and love of God this season?

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  • Devotions December 22, 2018

A Broken World

October 17, 2020

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: Since Adam and Eve rebelled against God in the Garden of Eden, the world has been broken.

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  • Devotions October 17, 2020

An Unusual Blessing: Part 1

August 26, 2018

Second-generation immigrants often struggle to know where they belong. In Affinity magazine, one second-generation teenager said: “I feel too American to be Chinese and too Chinese to be American.”

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  • Devotions August 26, 2018

Words of Courage

March 12, 2019

Words of Courage Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years for resisting apartheid in South Africa. He was forced into hard labor and often kept in solitary confinement, but he later said, “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that...

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  • Devotions March 12, 2019

Alive in Christ: Part 1

May 13, 2019

Alive in Christ: Part 1 “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” This line from William Shakespeare’s As You Like It has staying power because of the strength of metaphor. Metaphor is one of the most potent ways to communicate an idea. As one writer explains, a “metaphor consists in bringing two sets of ideas close...

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  • Devotions May 13, 2019

Meeting God in the Valley of Dry Bones

September 9, 2018

Meeting God in the Valley of Dry Bones Seventeenth-century Puritan minister William Bridge prayed, “Ah Lord, my prayers are dead, my affections dead and my heart is dead; but you are a living God and I bear myself upon you.” Our God is a God of life and hope, as we see in today’s reading. The topic of this vision is the end of the exile and...

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  • Devotions September 9, 2018

Jesus: The Head of the Church

May 1, 2019

Theology_Matters Jesus: The Head of the Church We often use the label Christian to help people understand what the church is all about. The church is considered Christian because it has its origin in Jesus Christ. He is its founder (Matt. 16:18). The church promotes the teachings of Christ (Luke 6:47). And the church preaches the gospel...

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  • Practical Theology May 1, 2019

Introduction: A Time for Silence

June 1, 2018

Introduction: A Time for Silence One Square Inch of Silence is a research project in Olympia National Park in Washington State. It’s a small red stone on top of a moss-covered log three miles down a hiking trail, at a spot identified as “the quietest place in the United States.” The purpose is to highlight differences between human noise...

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  • Devotions June 1, 2018


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