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But God Does

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The man was transported by helicopter from the local hospital to one that could provide better care. The close-knit family raced to support his wife of 60 years and to wait on the diagnosis. Able to speak, yet unable to move his legs or raise either arm, the doctors told him that his condition was ...

Nehemiah: The Obedient Rebuilder

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Nehemiah modeled an example of obedience to God. Nehemiah prayed. When I heard these things, I sat down and wept. For some days I mourned and fasted and prayed before the God of heaven. — Nehemiah 1:4 Nehemiah was so emotionally distraught about the condition of the people of Judah and ...

King Jesus

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Jesus left the glory of heaven and entered the world as a child in a stable. He lived as a man and worked as a carpenter. He revealed God’s character. He exemplified God’s love. He displayed God’s power. He got tired. He healed. He was angered. He prayed. He reasoned. He ...

Godliness and Contentment

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This devotional was originally posted on April 18, 2014. Imagine the apostle Paul walking the streets of Ephesus, passing beggars in the street and sharing the gospel message. Picture him engaging the wealthy elite in the libraries and temples of the city regarding the teachings of Jesus, arguing ...

Good Living

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He went on from there and entered their synagogue. And a man was there with a withered hand. And they asked him, “Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath?”—so that they might accuse him. He said to them, “Which one of you who has a sheep, if it falls into a pit on the Sabbath, ...

Lift Up Your Eyes

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At work last week I walked from a back office, where I was preparing payroll, to a front office, where I was running two reports, to answer a call on my office phone, while using my cell phone to respond to text messages and emails, when a coworker stopped me to ask a work-related question. I had ...

Get in the Yoke

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Anxiety is a relentless, destructive force. Whether it's the continual weight and fear of an anxious soul or the dart-like pangs of panic attacks, worry can be debilitating. It saps our zest for life and damages our relationship with the Lord and those around us. A recent survey I took showed ...

A Better Day Is Coming

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The middle school teacher leaves her classroom with clear instructions to read the assigned chapter, answer the questions at the end, and keep the noise to a minimum. She says she will be back shortly. What happens next in the classroom is predictable. A few students do as they are told. Some ...

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