Resharpen 2020

“ Using a dull ax requires great strength, so sharpen the blade. That’s the value of wisdom; it helps you…

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Faithful Family & Friends (DAY 212)

We must be careful how we speak to and about one another ESPECIALLY in church. The church is a place of life, but when members gossip, lie and become hypocritical judges it turns the environment into a dysfunctional unproductive place. God’s desire is that we work in harmony,  be fruitful, multiply, and that starts with the “ fruit of our lips”(Proverbs 18:20). Faithful family and friends will always speak God’s words faithfully, and build each person up according to their needs as Ephesians 4:29 instructs us to do. “ Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.” Ephesians 4:29 (NIV)

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No More Recorded Word in 3D Post

Why? I  don’t have the setup to do this in quality every day. It takes a lot of time and…

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Divine Authority (Day 211)

Have you ever been terrified of earthly authority? Paul tells us in Romans that we don’t have to be terrified of any authority. To be terrified means to have extreme fear that it paralyzes you from taking good action. Paul out of all people could have had reason to fear the authority because he knew their corruption. But even in this, he recognized God has the sovereign authority, and respected authority.  Psalms show us our success depends on God. In Psalm 89, the songwriter identifies God as the one who has brought about the enemies, and God is the one who causes his defeat. This is a strong reminder that our success isn’t determined by the earthly authority, but by the ultimate authority in heaven. We are to fear God, and always do what right in His eyes.

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Chronicles of God’s Goodness (DAY 210)

Today’s Reading: Psalm 89:30-37 Romans 11:33-12-21 1 Chronicles 6:1-81 Summary As we read through today’s passages we learn of God’s…

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