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God’s Long Patience (Nehemiah 9: 26-31)

The pattern of sin, judgment, repentance and deliverance is recurrent not only here and in the book of Judges, but throughout the entire Bible. It is through this cycle that the goodness of God demonstrated through patience is seen most
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02/10—In All Things, Thanks (Ephesian 5:15-20)

The pathway of righteousness is not always obvious, especially during these present evil times. This passage points out that the era in which we live continues to be filled with temptations to behave contrary to the will of God and
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01/27—Darkness Dispelled (Matt. 4:12-17)

The inauguration of Jesus’ earthly ministry began with His baptism by John in the Jordan “to fulfill all righteousness” (Matthew 3:15). In so doing, Jesus endorsed John’s ministry and message, linking His ministry with His older cousin’s and ended it.
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01/20—The Gift of Sight (John 9:1-11)

The question the disciples asked of Jesus, “Who sinned that this man was born blind?,” was not as far fetched as it appears. Their question sought a plausible explanation for the suffering of this innocuous man. That they suggested his
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01/13—Faithful to Truth (Psalms 119:25-32)

There are a few men we’ve come to expect and hold to higher standards of behavior because of their exceptional wisdom, like the Apostle Paul, King David and even King Solomon. The price of our esteem is greater accountability. When
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12/30–Wisdom Better than Strength (Proverbs 24:3-7, 13-14.

“Wisdom is the principal thing; Therefore get wisdom. And in all your getting, get understanding” (Proverbs 4:7 NKJV). “It is He who made the earth by His power, who established the world by His wisdom, and by His understanding stretched
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12/23–Excel in Giving (II Corinthians 8:1-9)

Considering their reception by the people in Macedonia (Paul’s second missionary journey) is to understand the extent to which God’s grace transforms lives.  Paul and Silas were unjustly imprisoned in Philippi because casting the demon from a slave girl destroyed
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