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Day 8

What are you spending the considerable bulk of your life working to attain? Is it a position, a promotion, a sense of importance, a secure lifestyle, a nest egg for

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Day 7

How deep is the love of our Father God who has prepared a feast for us and then invited us, who has slaughtered HIS calf – HIS One and Only

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Day 6

Moses and Elijah appeared with Jesus on the “Mount of Transfiguration” before Jesus’ closest disciples. This was an incredible honor for them as faithful Jews to see the glory of

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Day 5

In the middle of our storms and terrors, Jesus passes close by us to check on us. He is waiting for us to acknowledge our fear and need for him

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Day 4

Jesus invites his disciples to withdraw with him to a quiet place and rest with him. The little childhood prayer is appropriate: “Now I lay me down to sleep and

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Day 3

Streams of  living water for dry hopes, cool water for parched hearts, refreshing water for those tired and weary. This is, of course, much more than a liquid we can

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Day 2

Whether spiritual or physical, dryness is sapping to the spirit and wilting to all living things. Let’s join our hearts together in praying that God will do two things: That

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Day 1

You don’t have to worry about hot coals; try the sidewalk! But this reminder about scorching coals is good for us all. We get to feeling so strong inside spiritually

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Day 31

We live in a time and culture obsessed with individual rights. “It’s my right to ___.” Just fill in the blank. But none of us has the right to be

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Day 30

Samuel began his ministry at a young age. However, he became essential as God’s servant to Israel through a long life in bridging the generations between the Judges and the

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Day 29

In the beautiful old hymn “O Sacred Head,” the final verse ends with this plea: “Lord, let me never, never, outlive my love to Thee.” To this sentiment, we want

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Day 28

I am so thankful for Paul’s confidence as he faced his death. He is all but abandoned while he is in prison. He is worried about the future of the

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Day 27

Women have always played an essential role in the work of God. This was especially true in the first century in Macedonia and Achaia (Philippi, Thessalonica, Berea, Athens, and Corinth).

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Day 26

We need faithful women who reverence God in Jesus’ family. We need them to demonstrate how to reverence God in our daily lives through their Christ-like character. They need our

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Day 25

Paul places in this message a profound understanding and respect that transcends generational differences. We can learn God’s truth from fresh voices inspired by the Holy Spirit! For some of

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Day 24

Looking overly long in the rearview mirror, we only gain an oncoming disaster in our front windshield! Our best days as Christians are always ahead. Jesus has promised to return

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Day 23

Life is often busy, full of distractions and “to-do” lists. Let’s not let our “busyness” keep us from our Father’s “business”. Let’s find the ways God gifted us to serve

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Day 22

The word “submissive” is often viewed as positive or negative based on our personal experience. It is nice having someone serve us submissively, but serving someone else submissively is hard

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