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To Know the Father

Saturday, October 21                  Jesus made a startling statement in John 14:7.  Speaking to his disciples just hours before his crucifixion, he said “If you really knew me, you would know my Father … Continue reading

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Faithful Workers

Friday, October 20                      Unfortunately, the positive pattern described in yesterday’s blog doesn’t always happen.  Human beings with their remnants of the sin nature still hanging around, are susceptible to making … Continue reading

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Tri-fold Purposes

Thursday, October 19                When a person comes face to face with God and understands his inability to qualify for heaven, he has to choose—between trusting God for his salvation or rejecting it.  To … Continue reading

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A “Guilty” Plea

Wednesday, October 18                    Mark 14:61-62.  When Jesus stood before his accusers, the high priest asked him point blank if he was the Messiah.  Jesus’ answer could not have been more direct.  … Continue reading

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Tuesday, October 17                     Vehement Believing Robert Murray McCheyne makes a comment that goes along with yesterday’s blog.  “Prayer does not so much consist of vehement pleading, as in vehement believing.”  The word “vehement” is equivalent to “fervent” in James 5:16.  … Continue reading

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Sharpen Those Tools!

Monday, October 16               Tools need to be sharpened.  The other day Elizabeth commented that she had a hard time cutting a banana skin with one of our paring knives.  I had noticed that, … Continue reading

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Problems in Prayer

Sunday, October 15                            Believing God is not limited to the salvation experience.  Belief (faith), is still necessary while we remain on this earth.  In a way, this … Continue reading

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