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Monthly Archives: November 2020

Today's Verse – Acts 11:24

He [Barnabas] was a good man, full of the Holy Spirit and faith, and a great number of people were brought to the Lord. —Acts 11:24 Thoughts on Today’s Verse… Barnabas was a good man! Why? For many reasons. But, the key reason was that he was full of faith […]

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Bringing Everyone In

Listen to Today’s Devotion People are prone to pecking orders. We love the high horse. They did in the first century. An impassable gulf yawned between Jews and Gentiles in the days of the early church. No Jew would have anything to do with a Gentile—they were unclean. Unless that […]

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24 Nov 2020

And as we purpose to do that which He has created us to do due to His love for us, may it dawn on us that there is a method to it. We cannot achieve that in our own understanding. Our minds need to be transformed by His Spirit so […]

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Taught by Turkeys

Do you know what a group of turkeys is called? I didn’t. Had to look it up. It’s called a rafter. Why am I writing about turkeys? Because I’ve just returned from a weekend at a mountain cabin. Each day, I marveled at the train of turkeys parading past our […]

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23 Nov 2020

God loves mankind, hence the lengths He goes to, to draw us unto Himself. It is not dependent on what we do. But our actions can please Him. As we are led of Him, may we do that which He calls us to do. Hebrews 6:9-10.

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How Much Justice Is Enough?

Listen to Today’s Devotion Picture your enemy tied to a whipping post. How many lashes? How much justice is enough? As your foe slumps to the ground you walk away. Are you happy now? But soon another memory will surface, another lash will be needed. When does it all stop? […]

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Space for Me

He was an aging military veteran, rough-edged and given to even rougher language. One day a friend cared enough about him to inquire about his spiritual beliefs. The man’s dismissive response came quickly: “God doesn’t have space for someone like me.” Perhaps that was just part of his “tough-guy” act, […]

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