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The Gift of Grace

April 23, 2019

The Gift of Grace “Amazing grace, how sweet the sound / That saved a wretch like me. / I once was lost, but now am found / was blind, but now I see.” The words of this famous hymn were penned by John Newton. In the mid-1700s, Newton worked on a slave vessel and was described as the most profane man the captain had ever met. During a storm,...

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todayintheword.org April 23, 2019

The Gift of Unity

April 25, 2019

The Gift of Unity The human body is a complex, intricate system. The basic parts include the head, neck, torso, arms, and legs. But that is only the beginning. There are five vital organs: brain, heart, kidneys, liver, and lungs. We have 650 muscles that help our body move, 206 bones, 78 organs, and 30 to 37 trillion cells. Each part works...

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todayintheword.org April 25, 2019

Partners Through Prayer

May 2, 2019

Partners Through Prayer As a junior high school student, I received a letter from an elderly woman in my home church. She wrote that she could not do much physically any longer, so she saw her primary ministry as prayer. She wrote to let me know that she would be praying for me daily for the rest of her life. Paul similarly encouraged the...

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todayintheword.org May 2, 2019

Knowing God

May 3, 2019

Knowing God Since 1995, Oxford University Press has been publishing a series of books called A Very Short Introduction. The purpose of this series is to provide readers with an overview of an entire complex subject in a very short book. The series has been quite successful with over 600 titles, ranging from introductions to animal behavior...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/may/devotions/03
todayintheword.org May 3, 2019

Free and Forgiven

May 4, 2019

Free and Forgiven Celebrated children’s television host Fred Rogers was also an ordained Presbyterian minister. When he was dying of stomach cancer, he often read Matthew 25 where Jesus tells the parable of the sheep and the goats. “Am I a sheep?” he would ask his wife, Joanne. She would reply, “Fred, if anyone is a sheep, then you are.”...

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todayintheword.org May 4, 2019

Surprised by Jesus: A Man Healed

August 17, 2013

Surprised by Jesus: A Man Healed Recent studies say that pessimists tend to be more satisfied with events in their lives than their optimistic counterparts. The reasoning is that these adherents to a “glass half empty” mindset have lower expectations for happiness or success. When negative things happen pessimists respond, “Well, I expected...

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todayintheword.org August 17, 2013

Set Free for What? A Sinner Named Barabbas

August 18, 2013

Set Free for What? A Sinner Named Barabbas The story is told about two men who were identical twins. They shared DNA, and they were both raised by their father who was a violent alcoholic. After each of the young men left home, their lives took dramatically different paths. One chose to stay away from alcohol, attended college, got married,...

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todayintheword.org August 18, 2013

Joy in Suffering

May 8, 2019

Joy in Suffering In early October 1536, William Tyndale was put to death for translating the Bible into the English language. He had tried to procure permission to translate it legally, but was rejected. He knew the risks of continuing the project, but did it anyway because he understood the value of God’s Word. Tradition tells us his last...

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todayintheword.org May 8, 2019

Receive and Live

May 11, 2019

Receive and Live Academic dissertations often have the most incomprehensible titles. In an effort to help, one website encouraged scholars to sum up their work in one easily understood sentence. The results were quite comic. For example, one complex dissertation titled “Using Zinc Finger Nucleases to Characterize the Regulation of c-MYC Transcription”...

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https://www.todayintheword.org/issues/2019/may/devotions/11
todayintheword.org May 11, 2019

Don’t Be Taken Captive

May 12, 2019

Don’t Be Taken Captive Iker Casillas is arguably one of the greatest goalkeepers to have played the game of soccer. In the 2013–2014 playoffs in Spain, Casillas became the first goalkeeper in history not to allow a goal for the entire eight-game tournament. That level of perfection takes constant vigilance. You cannot take your eyes off the...

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todayintheword.org May 12, 2019

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