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KEEPING THE LAW

June 4, 2019

I am always amazed how some believers are quick to judge and criticize others.  For some reason they feel as though they are perfect and without fault, but the reality is none of us are perfect, nor can any of us keep all of the Laws.  We may well be…

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GOD’S FAVOR

June 3, 2019

I strongly believe that every believer ought to seek God’s favor, draw as close to Him as humanly possible, and commit his or her life to Him. Our lives should be an expression of our love and devotion to Him.  When one has God’s favor, he or she has incredible…

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WE FALL SHORT

June 2, 2019

Today’s devotion is entitled “We Fall Short”.  Notice it does not say I fall short or they fall short, but we fall short.  “We” includes me and everyone reading this devotion.  In fact, it also includes those who do not read this devotion, as well as those in various congregations.…

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BOASTING ABOUT CHRIST

June 1, 2019

Hosting the early Morning Prayer line at 6:00 a.m. has truly been a moving experience. We begin each morning giving God thanks and acknowledging His goodness.  Many of our callers share their testimony about the power and might of God.  They boast about Christ and all that He has done…

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LIFTING OUR EYES TO THE LORD

May 31, 2019

On February 16th, my heart was filled with grief as I read the accounts of a tragic accident.  According to the newspaper reports, a school bus was involved in an accident with a truck in New Jersey.  There were a number of children on the bus who sustained injuries and…

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GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD

May 30, 2019

A few years ago, I went to the fiftieth reunion of my junior high school class.  I was glad to see so many of my former classmates.  We had a wonderful time reflecting upon those blessed days.  Life had taken us through many journeys.  As I gazed through the yearbook,…

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