Monthly Archives: February 2015

Go Figure

Saturday, Feb. 28 “The Bible never once says ‘Figure it out’ but over and over it says ‘Trust God.’ He’s already got it figured out.”—Melissa L. Hunter-Moen. Thank you for this, Melissa. [Melissa is my cousin, twice removed, a delightful … Continue reading

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Humility Plus

Friday, Feb. 27 Here’s a quotation that relates to humility. “Rather than step on others to gain position, I need to be willing to be stepped on.” This goes the extra mile. Not only do we not seek a higher … Continue reading

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Is God Humble?

Thursday, Feb. 26 Is God humble? The Bible tells us to be humble. Humility is a common trait expected of all Christians. Normally, we think of God being a role model. Is He a role model for humility? Most of … Continue reading

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No Pity Parties

Wednesday, Feb. 25 Encouraging one another is good and it’s a bit rare. While we need wisdom, discernment, and godly guidance, we need to practice it more. Two main questions—when and how? When? Most of the time a person who … Continue reading

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Help Needed

Tuesday, Feb. 24 We are encouraged to encourage one another. There is a bit of a danger here. I can do it with a wrong spirit or attitude. People like to be praised and if I praise someone to make … Continue reading

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Psalm 23

Monday, Feb. 23 This event is told in John MacArthur’s book, The Master’s Plan for the Church, p. 135. I once read about an old pastor who had been forced to retire because the years of preaching had caused his … Continue reading

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No More Bonds

Sunday, Feb. 22 Gal. 5:19-21 is a litany of bad behavior. “The acts of the sinful nature are obvious; sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy; drunkenness, … Continue reading

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