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Recent Devotionals

Daily Devotional-June 7

June 7, 2020 The book of Proverbs is a collection of short sayings in the Old Testament meant to instill wisdom in God’s people. As we read, it is important to remember that a proverb is a statement which is generally true in principle, not a universally true promise. Let’s dig into the Word together and allow the Lord to…

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Daily Devotional-June 6

June 6, 2020 The book of Proverbs is a collection of short sayings in the Old Testament meant to instill wisdom in God’s people. As we read, it is important to remember that a proverb is a statement which is generally true in principle, not a universally true promise. Let’s dig into the Word together and allow the Lord to…

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Daily Devotional-June 5

June 5, 2020 The book of Proverbs is a collection of short sayings in the Old Testament meant to instill wisdom in God’s people. As we read, it is important to remember that a proverb is a statement which is generally true in principle, not a universally true promise. Let’s dig into the Word together and allow the Lord to…

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Daily Devotional-June 4

June 4, 2020 The book of Proverbs is a collection of short sayings in the Old Testament meant to instill wisdom in God’s people. As we read, it is important to remember that a proverb is a statement which is generally true in principle, not a universally true promise. Let’s dig into the Word together and allow the Lord to…

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Navigating Your New Normal

Navigating Your New Normal: Day 6

May 17, 2020 In Nehemiah 12 and 13 we see the climax of the narrative which begins in the book of Ezra. In chapter 12 the names of the Levites who had returned from exile are listed, and the author describes the dedication of the newly completed wall. It is a scene of rejoicing and…

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Navigating Your New Normal: Day 5

May 16, 2020 These two chapters of the book of Nehemiah can seem like one big list of names, places, and laws which don’t have much relevance to us today. However, if we dig a little deeper to see what the author of the book is trying to communicate through these things, we see that…

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Navigating Your New Normal: Day 4

May 15, 2020 In Nehemiah 8-9 we see the people of Israel gathered together to hear the Law of the Lord read out loud. As the Scripture is read publicly by the scribe Ezra, the people respond with great mourning and sorrow. As they encountered the Word of God and heard his commandments spoken and…

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Navigating Your New Normal: Day 3

May 14, 2020 In the reading for today, we see that even though Nehemiah had a work to do and was very focused on the job at hand, he was sensitive to the needs of the people around him.  People in need were crying out to him in misery. They had fallen prey to nobles and…

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Navigating Your New Normal: Day 2

May 13, 2020 Chapters 3-4 records the many names of the people who worked on the wall of Jerusalem and construction details. We are also told that the foreign people in the land were very angry that the Jews were rebuilding the wall and strongly opposed them.  A city without a wall was a city…

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Navigating Your New Normal: Day 1

May 12, 2020 Has God ever given you a burden about something and you either didn’t know what to do or lacked the power and resources to do something about it? Nehemiah was an Israelite living in exile in a foreign land.  He grieved for his people and homeland that was in total disarray over…

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Rhythm (21 Days of Prayer)

RHYTHM: DAY 21

May 10, 2020 In this psalm David expresses a broad range of emotions to the LORD: he celebrates God’s deliverance, praises God for his…

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RHYTHM: DAY 20

May 9, 2020 Psalm 38 is a psalm of confession, repentance, and petition. David describes the sorrow, pain, and suffering he is experiencing as…

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RHYTHM: DAY 19

May 8, 2020 Love is one of the most misused and misunderstood words in the English language. For some it means some kind of…

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Holy Week (April 2020)

John 12:37-50

April 7, 2020 We’ve just finished up reading through the Gospel according to Mark. Now, we’re going to walk through the events of the Passion…

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John 13:1-20

April 8, 2020 We’re going to jump ahead and get a glimpse into a scene from Thursday of the Passion Week. In the Gospel…

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Mark (March 2020)

Mark Chapter 1

Day 1: March 22, 2020 Mark’s gospel begins with an action-packed sequence of events! In only 13 verses the narrative moves from the ministry…

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Mark Chapter 2

Day 2: March 23, 2020 In this passage, we see: Jesus moving to forgive sins and heal in response to faith (v.1-12)Eating with the…

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Luke (December 2019)