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02/03—The Fourth Plague (Exodus 8:20-29)

God first appeared to Moses in the burning bush while he was tending Jethro’s sheep in Midian (cf. 3:2). There God revealed His presence, promises, purpose (cf. 3:1-22) and demonstrated His power (cf. 4:1-17) both through and for Moses by
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02/02—The “Last” Passover (Matt. 26:20-30)

For more than four centuries the Israelites suffered in slavery to Egyptian Pharaohs. God saw the people’s distress and sent Moses to Pharaoh with a message: “Go in, tell Pharaoh king of Egypt to let the people of Israel go
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1/26—Death Will Be Swallowed Up (Isaiah 25:6-10)

Here God promised to lift the pall of suffering and death that humanity labors beneath since the fall of Adam in Eden (cf. Genesis 3:17-19). After silencing the worldly lifestyle of escapists revelry (cf. 24:7-13), God promised to give a
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01/19—The Risen Messiah (Acts 2:22-28)

Here, (Acts 2) Peter is in the middle of his sermon given during the Jewish festival Shavuot/Pentecost (fifty days following the Passover Festival and The Lord’s Resurrection). Consistent with Jewish sermons Peter’s message is composed primarily of scripture proofs: he
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01/12—The Faithful God (Psalms 89:24-29)

Samuel went to Bethlehem, as the Lord directed, to anoint a king for Israel (cf. 1 Samuel 16:1-13). God chose the youngest and most unlikely of Jesse’s eight sons as His representative because He saw the qualities of David’s heart
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01/05—The Perfect Shepherd (John 10:1-6)

In the previous chapter Jesus healed a man born blind (cf. John 9) which caused a great division among the Jews as to whether or not Jesus was sent from God. Ultimately the man was ousted from the synagogue for
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12/29–Honesty: The Best Policy (Prov. 12:19-26)

An accurate study of Jesus’ life recorded in the gospels reveals that He never condemned a person for their unrighteousness. He came to save and give His life for the unrighteous. On the other hand those who were righteous in
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12/22 — The Gift of God (Ephesians 2:1-10)

  Perhaps one of the most frequently quoted phrases falsely attributed to scripture is: “God helps those who help themselves.” While this motto emphasizes the importance of self-initiative and humanistic philosophy and finds its origin with the Ancient Greek play writers
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12/15 — God’s Heart and Dedication (II Chronicles 30:5-12)

The Northern Kingdom (Israel) had been destroyed and the population severely depleted by Assyrian invasions and deportations (725-722 B.C.). When Hezekiah began to reign in 715 B.C. he encouraged to all Israel (including the Southern Kingdom of Judah) to repent
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