September 26 & 27, 2020 – Weekend Review

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Weekend Review

September 26 & 27, 2020


Proverbs 23:24

The father of the righteous
shall greatly rejoice:
and he that begetteth
a wise child shall have
joy of him.  

Work Week Devotions
Through the Book of Proverbs

      As you know by now, with WORK WEEK DEVOTIONS, we only publish our Devotional Thoughts on Monday – Friday. On Saturday we suggest you re-read the entire chapter we have been studying this past week, and if we will be going into the following chapter the next week, we encourage you to read that chapter as well.       

There are never Devotions on Sunday. 

Thank you for joining us as we
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Through Proverbs in 2020.

 

WEEK 38 – Day 6

     On Saturday, we suggest you re-read the Proverb we have written from this past week and the week to come.

Proverbs 23-24

WEEK 38 – Day 7

     Today we suggest you read and study whatever the Lord has laid on your Pastor’s heart. Whatever Scripture he uses for today’s messages were given to him by God for your specific needs.

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS

September 28, 2020  Matthew 10 – Matthew 12    Proverbs 23:33 – 35
September 29, 2020  Matthew 13 – Matthew 14    Proverbs 24:1 – 2
September 30, 2020  Matthew 15 – Matthew 17    Proverbs 24:3 – 6
October 1, 2020          Matthew 18 – Matthew 20    Proverbs 24:7 – 10
October 2, 2020          Matthew 21 – Matthew 23    Proverbs 24:11 – 12
October 3, 2020          Proverbs 23 – 24                   
October 4, 2020          No Passages Assigned  
 

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

September 28, 2020   Song of So. 1-4      Gal. 5
September 29, 2020   Song of So. 5-8      Gal. 6
September 30, 2020   Isa. 1-4                    Eph. 1
October 1, 2020           Isa. 5-7                    Eph. 2
October 2, 2020           Isa. 8-10                  Eph. 3
October 3, 2020           Isa. 11-14                Eph. 4
October 4, 2020           No Passages Assigned         

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

September 26, 2020   Ecc. 11-12                Gal. 4
September 27, 2020 No Passages Assigned

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September 25, 2020 – Who Hath Babbling And Sorrow?

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Who Hath Babbling And Sorrow?

September 25, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:29-32 Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? who hath contentions? who hath babbling? who hath wounds without cause? who hath redness of eyes? They that tarry long at the wine; they that go to seek mixed wine. Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his colour in the cup, when it moveth itself aright. At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    You hear people try to defend every imaginable sin and use the Bible to do so. I have heard otherwise reasonable people try to defend the drinking of alcohol by saying “the Bible talks of drinking, so it must be ok.” Well that is true; the Bible does talk of drinking. It also talks of crucifixions, are you interested in one of those? It speaks of being whipped until left for dead, anyone up for that. Just because the Bible speaks on a subject does not mean it endorses the use of it unless it says so, or the scripture in its entirety says so.  

    Some have said, “Well I am not getting drunk when I drink.” Then why do you drink? The common answer is, “to be sociable.” You mean to tell me the crowd you run with would not find you sociable if you did not have a drink in your hand. Maybe you are hanging with the wrong crowd then.

    The Bible is clear here on what it thinks of drinking. It paints a perfectly accurate picture. It says look not at the wine, “when it moveth itself aright.” Do you know when that happens? It is when juice is fermenting. It is when it is purposefully turned into an alcoholic drink by adding things to it.

    Next, how does the Bible describe people who will not heed the warning? It says they are troubled, sorry, problem ridden, babbling, falling down, and drunk. Hum, are these the words
you want people to use when they describe you? I PRAY NOT!

    Alcohol is a killer both physically and spiritually. It ruins homes, careers, lives, and testimonies. If you want to be sociable, be sociable with God and His Word first.


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    Finding scripture to justify sin is hard. You must be willing to turn a blind eye to the rest of the book to do so. Let’s not try to make sin ok. Instead, let us make our life ok in God’s eyes.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 25, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Matthew 6 – 9     /   Proverbs 23:29-32

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Ecc. 9-10    /   Gal. 3

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Dr. Franklin J. Senters Th.D.
Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

September 24, 2020 – Son, Give Me Your Heart

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Son, Give Me Your Heart

September 24, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:24-28 The father of the righteous shall greatly rejoice: and he that begetteth a wise child shall have joy of him. Thy father and thy mother shall be glad, and she that bare thee shall rejoice. My son, give me thine heart, and let thine eyes observe my ways. For a whore is a deep ditch; and a strange woman is a narrow pit. She also lieth in wait as for a prey, and increaseth the transgressors among men.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

  Solomon cries out to his son, “give me thine heart, and let thine eyes observe my ways.” He then warns him of how the world is as a whore who has no thought for you, or for your well-being. Society in general only wants what it can get from you and will then cast you aside. Following the world and its lifestyle, is to wander into a deep ditch.

    The unsaved world, like the strange women, will not stand by you to the end. They truly don’t care about you or your future. For them, there is not eternal hope, so they live for today and let eternity worry about itself. However, eternity is also now. Right now, today is one of the days of your eternal life.

    Solomon is saying, son, follow my lead, away from the world and its selfish desires. Give me your heart my child, I promise not to break it as they will. Son, I love you and will be an example you can watch throughout your life. Watch me and I will lead you to life everlasting. Son, I will lead you to the one who loves you even more than me. I will lead you to God.

    Oh, that the fathers of today, of whom many are AWOL, would stand up and be the example their young children need. The world today, more than ever before is calling out to them. With the aid of electronic media and its instant gratification of the senses it lures them in with physical enticements, riches, and popularity, saying we love you, come follow us. The world is trying to steal their hearts, and when they do, it will cost them their very soul. They will destroy and discard them like yesterday’s rubbish. What these children would really like to hear is a father saying, children I love you more than the world ever can. Fathers, walk with God and lead your families to a better life.
     


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    Men, you do not need to find a “program” to lead your family. A man who fears the Lord can do a great job by simply following God’s Word. You need to stand up and cry “son, give me your heart.” Then, treasure that heart as pure gold.


GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 24, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Matthew 1 – 5     /   Proverbs 23:24-28

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Ecc. 7-8           /     Gal. 2

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Founder and Executive Director
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September 23, 2020 – Who’s Running This Anyway?

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Who’s Running This Anyway?

September 23, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:20-23 Be not among winebibbers; among riotous eaters of flesh: For the drunkard and the glutton shall come to poverty: and drowsiness shall clothe a man with rags. Hearken unto thy father that begat thee, and despise not thy mother when she is old. Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

     What happens to a ship if the captain lets go of the wheel? What happens in a car if you sit back and do not drive, but just press on the gas? How many safe landings do you think a plane would make if the Pilot and Co-Pilots were to go back and sit with the passengers during landing? What happens to a life that is lived with no one directing it and no one in control? 

     The answers to all these questions are the same, there is going to be a disaster. The ship will sail off course and end up where it did not want to be. The car will swerve out of control, destroying itself and most likely others around. The plane will take a nosedive killing everyone aboard. In addition, a life lived out of control will lead to a certain catastrophe.

     This is a life that says eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die. To some degree, we all feel this statement is true. We are all going to die, right? The answer is NO! We must eat to sustain life and we must sleep to rest our body. However, we must also obey and surrender our life God so we will never die.

     Our Christian life is all about control. We need to sleep, but not be lazy and not work. We need to eat, but not to the neglect others at the table, or to the point we cannot move to do the Lord’s work. We should enjoy life, not as those who numb it with alcohol, but as those who love and enjoy the life God has given us. As believers we never die. Our fleshly bodies may go in the grave, but our soul will live eternally in glory. Living out of control and without God not only puts the body in the grave, but you face a second death, which is an eternity away from God’s love. At the second death, you have lost all control eternally.


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

So, what is the difference? It is control. A life lived in a manner pleasing to God is a life lived in control. The question now is who is in control? Give your life to Jesus and let Him be in control.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 23, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Zechariah 11 – Malachi 4     /     Proverbs 23:20-23

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  Ecc. 5-6    /  Gal. 1

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September 22, 2020 – The Credit Trap

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The Credit Trap

September 22, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:17-19 Let not thine heart envy sinners: but be thou in the fear of the LORD all the day long. For surely there is an end; and thine expectation shall not be cut off. Hear thou, my son, and be wise, and guide thine heart in the way.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    It is easier than ever to get credit cards now days. Many credit card companies call, write, text, or in some way entice us, wanting us to use their cards. Why are they so interested in us using these little pieces of plastic? It is because they know, the average person will run up more bills on these accounts than they can pay back in a month’s time. This is especially true during the Holiday Seasons. Then when the accounts are not paid by month’s end, they get to charge you interest. 

    Many people paying payments to credit card companies are barely covering the interest monthly. Some are still paying off last year’s Christmas, while charging ahead into this year’s holiday debt. Once someone is caught in this high interest nightmare, it often seems impossible to get out. However, is that what they tell you in their promotions? Do they say, “Hello we are offering you credit at an outrageous interest rate so you can buy whatever you want and pay us monthly for it until you die?” Well of course they do not say that. They tell you all about the benefits and the low interest for the first three months.

    Why do people often get themselves in this situation? Envy! Many times, it is because people see what the world has and they want it, even if they do not need it. Our verses today refer to this very thing. “Let not thine heart envy sinners… For surely there is an end.”  The Answer is in this verse as well. It says, “but be thou in the fear of the LORD all the day long.” To fear God is to honor and trust His ways. The rewards in life will be greater than anything purchased on credit can buy. That is when you will really discover your possibilities.

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    I know some who say Christians are not to be in debt at all. For many today this seems impossible. Nevertheless, being a good steward of what God entrusts us with means at least keeping our debt to a minimum. Give people your time and love this coming Holiday Season. If that is not enough for someone, should you be buying them expensive gifts? Let’s not owe our life to the world. Why should we since we gave our life to God.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 22, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Zechariah 1 – 10     /   Proverbs 23:17-19

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Ecc. 3-4    /   2 Co. 13

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       “Getting people into the Word of God…
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Dr. Franklin J. Senters Th.D.
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Hebrews 2:12

September 21, 2020 – Say Something Nice For Once

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Say Something Nice For Once

September 21, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:14-16 Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell. My son, if thine heart be wise, my heart shall rejoice, even mine. Yea, my reins shall rejoice, when thy lips speak right things.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

  It seems at times that we as parents and grandparents hear many more negative than positive things about our children and grandchildren. Whenever they may do or say the wrong things, people are very quick to point out their faults.

    I have been accused over the years of getting upset when I hear bad things about my children. In most cases, those people might do well to know that I do not get upset about hearing if my children or grandchildren have misbehaved. The fact is I am just tired of always hearing it from them. Some people never want to say a good word about you or your family. This is especially true if you are part of the Pastor’s Family. People seem to find some kind of pleasure in pointing out all the negatives they can find. Do I defend my children to others more than I should? I do not believe so. I love them, and I am going to be their greatest cheerleader. I have corrected them as is necessary, even still today, after they are grown and out of the house. Nevertheless, I will stand up before the world for them in defense of their honor as well.

    On the other hand, if you want to see an old man beam with joy, come tell me about a positive thing my children or grandchildren have done. There is nothing like hearing they have done something, which people have noticed as good.

    Solomon was saying the same thing to his son. He said, my heart would rejoice if you do and say the right things in life. John said this as well about his spiritual family in 3 John 3, 4 when he said; “For I rejoiced greatly, when the brethren came and testified of the truth that is in thee, even as thou walkest in the truth. I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.” Everyone loves to hear good things about their family. Everyone!


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    Would you like to make your Pastor happy this week? Find one thing about his family that you can complement them on and tell him. Would you like to make God, your heavenly Father happy this week? Do the same thing when talking to others about His children, the church. He is listening you know!

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 21, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Habakkuk 1 – Haggai 2     /   Proverbs 23:14-16

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Ecc. 1-2    /   2 Co. 12

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Hebrews 2:12

September 19 & 20, 2020 – Weekend Review

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Weekend Review

September 19 & 20, 2020


Proverbs 23:12

Apply thine heart unto
instruction,
and thine ears
to the words of knowledge.

Work Week Devotions
Through the Book of Proverbs

      As you know by now, with WORK WEEK DEVOTIONS, we only publish our Devotional Thoughts on Monday – Friday. On Saturday we suggest you re-read the entire chapter we have been studying this past week, and if we will be going into the following chapter the next week, we encourage you to read that chapter as well.       

There are never Devotions on Sunday. 

Thank you for joining us as we
journey together
Through Proverbs in 2020.

 

WEEK 37 – Day 6

     On Saturday, we suggest you re-read the Proverb we have written from this past week and the week to come.

Proverbs 22-23

WEEK 37 – Day 7

     Today we suggest you read and study whatever the Lord has laid on your Pastor’s heart. Whatever Scripture he uses for today’s messages were given to him by God for your specific needs.

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS

September 21, 2020  Habakkuk 1   – Haggai 2          Proverbs 23:14 – 16
September 22, 2020  Zechariah 1   – Zechariah 10  Proverbs 23:17 – 19
September 23, 2020  Zechariah 11 – Malachi 4        Proverbs 23:20 – 23
September 24, 2020  Matthew 1:1 – Matthew 5        Proverbs 23:24 – 28
September 25, 2020  Matthew 6    – Matthew 9        Proverbs 23:29 – 32
September 26, 2020  Proverbs 23 – 24                   
September 27, 2020 No Passages Assigned  
 

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

September 21, 2020   Ecc. 1-2           2 Co. 12
September 22, 2020   Ecc. 3-4           2 Co. 13
September 23, 2020   Ecc. 5-6           Gal. 1
September 24, 2020   Ecc. 7-8           Gal. 2
September 25, 2020   Ecc. 9-10         Gal. 3
September 26, 2020   Ecc. 11-12       Gal. 4
September 27, 2020 No Passages Assigned


THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

September 19, 2020    Pro. 30-31  /    2 Co. 11
September 20, 2020    No Passages Assigned    

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Hebrews 2:12

September 18, 2020 – Can You Really Have It All?

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Can You Really Have It All?

September 18, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:10-13 Remove not the old landmark; and enter not into the fields of the fatherless: For their redeemer is mighty; he shall plead their cause with thee. Apply thine heart unto instruction, and thine ears to the words of knowledge. Withhold not correction from the child: for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

      In America, we are taught if we work hard and long, we can have anything we desire. This is partially true, and partially a lie. If you work for several hours in the day and are diligent in your endeavors, you can often advance within the company for which you work. The money earned from that position would allow you to buy many of the toys the world dangles out in front of us. However, you cannot have everything.

    You can never get those hours back that you put in to earn that money. I live in west Michigan near the lake. I cannot tell you the number of people I have seen who have worked hard to buy a nice boat to take their families out on. Then it stays parked all summer long because they are too busy working to pay the slip rental, and upkeep to be able to take their family anywhere.

    Our wisdom tells us to get all we can, can all we get, sit on the can, and poison the rest so no one else gets any. God’s Word tells us to use another’s wisdom. One that is higher than our own, God’s wisdom.

    I am not implying a person should not work to support their family and life. The Bible is very clear that if a man does not work, he should not eat. In other words, everyone should pull his or her own weight to the best of their ability. However, what God is teaching us here is that our job should support our life and family. Our job should not be our life away from family. We need to be there to both correct and cuddle with our children while we still can. “Apply thine heart unto instruction.”

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    As you prepare for today, ask yourself, how is what I am doing today showing my family that I’m using good financial and time management skills with them in mind? They need to feel financially stable, loved, and emotionally secure. Trust in the Lord and lean not on your own wisdom. Let Him direct your paths. Life’s more enjoyable with God in control.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 18, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Micah 5 – Nahum 3     /   Proverbs 23:10-13

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Pro. 28-29    /   2 Co. 9-10

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                               … and the Word of God into people.”

Dr. Franklin J. Senters Th.D.
Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

September 17, 2020 – You’re In Control

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You’re In Control

September 17, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:7-9 For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee. The morsel which thou hast eaten shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy sweet words. Speak not in the ears of a fool: for he will despise the wisdom of thy words.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    Those of us who have had to diet to maintain our weight know all too well the temptations of food. Yet our well-meaning friends, thinking somehow they’re doing us a favor by giving us permission to eat, say things such as, “Go ahead and eat it, you deserve it,” or “Let’s worry about our diet tomorrow, today we’ll just eat.” Sometimes we are strong enough in the moment to say, “No.” Yet at other times, and probably way too often, we give in to our desires and eat just whatever is put before us. Knowing all the while in the back of our mind how hard it will be to make up for what we have just eaten, we do it anyway.  

    Why do we do that? We do it because it is our nature to want to live for today and self-gratification. It’s not that we cannot ever have those days, we can. However, they should be prepared for, planned on, and then enjoyed with no remorse. It is those unexpected days that hurt us most.

    Have our goodhearted friends carefully thought of our total well-being when they say, “Go ahead?” Well, not really. We must remember, they are not intentionally trying to hurt us. The fact is it is easier for them to want to see us happy now than to figure out what it will do to our heath and self-esteem later. Many times, after the friends have all gone and we are left alone with our convicting thoughts and over-filled stomach, we are actually miserable. What it all boils down to is this; we are the only ones who can control any of our actions and ourselves.

    Life as a believer is often the same way. People in the world who do not know Christ as Saviour tell others, “live for today, life is too short to be miserable.” However, living for today with no eternal plans will cause them to miss the greatest joy of all, eternal life with Christ. Jesus has a plan for today, which you can enjoy now, and if you will trust in Him, an eternal future that is even better. Which plan of life sounds best to you? In the end, you must choose.


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    Life is too short not to enjoy it. However, living life without Christ is not joy. In fact, He said I came that you might have life more abundantly. Christ brings real life, real joy, and a real plan for the future. Choose Christ.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 17, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Jonah 1 – Micah 4     /   Proverbs 23:7-9

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Pro. 26-27    /   2 Co. 8

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Living In His Word Ministries

       “Getting people into the Word of God…
                               … and the Word of God into people.”

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

September 16, 2020 – Bags Full Of Money And Grain

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Bags Full Of Money And Grain

September 16, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 23:4-6 Labour not to be rich: cease from thine own wisdom. Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that which is not? for riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven. Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats:

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    In Aesop’s Fables there is a tale of two mules, both well laden with packs and trudging along. One carried bags filled with money, the others mules’ sacks were weighted with grain. The mule carrying the treasure walked with head erect, as if conscious of the value of his burden. He shook and tossed up and down to sound off clear-toned bells fastened to his neck. His companion however followed with a quiet and easy step. 

    Suddenly, thieves rushed upon the owners of the mules from their hiding-places. In the scuffle with the men, the mule carrying the treasure was wounded with a sword. The robbers greedily seized the treasure from the mule while taking no notice of the grain. The mule, which had been robbed and wounded, complained of his misfortunes. The other mule replied, “I am indeed glad that I was thought so little of, for I have lost nothing, nor am I hurt with any wound.”

    It is often true, the more wealth we seem to have, the more problems we also obtain. Money has never been a source of happiness. With it always come problems and responsibilities.

    The humble life may seem to have little appeal to most. However, in the simplicity of life there can be contentment. A life filled with joy and peace that the wealthy of this world may never know.


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    The world would have you believe that to have joy you need their riches. To have real joy in life however, you need riches from above. A wealth beyond what man can ever imagine or manufacture. Thank God today for His riches toward you in all that you have. Especially if you have His Son as your Saviour.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  September 16, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Amos 4 – Obadiah 1     /   Proverbs 23:4-6

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Pro. 24-25           /     2 Co. 7

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

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