NOVEMBER 24, 2021 – Happy Thanksgiving Every Day

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Happy Thanksgiving Every Day

NOVEMBER 24, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverb 24:1 & 20 Be not thou envious against evil men, neither desire to be with them… 20 For there shall be no reward to the evil man; the candle of the wicked shall be put out.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    The riches of the world can entice anyone. You may think, “No, not me.” However, if someone came up with just the right offer, it could even be you. It is often not so much a desire to be filthy rich, just richer. It is not to have it all, just more. It is not to be the greatest, just better. What drives most people today is the thought of, “I just want a little more.” Most people today are a little better off than they were five or ten years ago. Yet, isn’t it funny, we still want a little more. The question then becomes, when does it ever end?

    Being successful, having things, even by the world’s standards, is not in itself a sin. However, falling into the trap of allowing our desires to take over to the point where we will do almost anything to get more, is when it becomes greed and sin.

    The Bible warns us against wanting so much that we end up following after or joining with sinful men to get it. Why? It is because their end will be destruction. In Prov. 24:20 it says, “For there shall be no reward to the evil man.”

    The world has little in common with you Christian. They desire to glorify self, while you should be glorifying God. Their desire is to lay up treasure here on earth, and yours should be to lay up treasures in heaven. They will compromise anything to get ahead; you should never be willing to compromise your testimony to get anything. They want people to help them get ahead in life; you want to help people get ahead in life eternally. They love man and what man can offer; you love God and all He offers. There is little you have in common except this, both of you have eternal life. One has chosen eternal life in heaven with Christ; the other by default choses eternal life in hell.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    As you make decisions which may seem very innocent on the surface, remember, what you decide today and whom you decide to do it with, may make a difference in your life, and the lives of others for years to come. Let’s be thankful for what God has given us today and be not envious of the world.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 24, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 28     /     Psalm 119:49-64     /     Proverbs 24     /     Colossians 1, 2

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Ezekiel 21-23           /        James 3

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NOVEMBER 23, 2021 – God Can Do Anything But Fail

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God Can Do Anything But Fail  

NOVEMBER 23, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Ezekiel 27:36 The merchants among the people shall hiss at thee; thou shalt be a terror, and never shalt be any more.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    If someone was to tell you someday the city of New York would one day be no more, you might find that hard to believe. If they said, Real Estate there would be worth less than one dollar per square mile you would probably laugh. You cannot buy a speck on the sidewalks of New York today for a dollar, much less a square mile. It would be hard to imagine because New York today is such a busy place. This city is a financial metropolitan, and the hub of great wealth all around the world. Globally people look in awe of New York and the stock markets there as world trading goes through the city and touches every continent on the planet. However, if God said it would be destroyed… it would be destroyed.

    Today’s verse was talking about a city called Tyrus or often referred to as Tyre. As New York is, so was Tyrus. It was the metropolis of that time. It seemed everything came into and flowed out of Tyrus. It was the greatest seaport around. It was thought of as way too secure in itself for anything or anyone ever to take it down. The city off the shore with a causeway from the mainland seemed untouchable. However, God said there would be a time when it would not only be destroyed, but uninhabited and fishermen would cast their nets there. Guess what, that is exactly what they do there today. Nothing has ever been rebuilt there. It is worthless property. No one wants it. Why, it is that way today because God said it would be so many years ago.
  

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  No matter what seems impossible for God, never doubt Him. He is always right. ALWAYS. If you doubt that He can save you from your particular sins, you are wrong. He says He can. If you doubt that He can get you through your struggles today you are wrong, He says He can. Trust in Him with all your heart. He is never wrong. NEVER! God can do anything but fail.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 23, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 27     /     Psalm 119:33-48     /     Proverbs 23     /     Acts 28

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
Ezekiel 17-20           /  James 2

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NOVEMBER 22, 2021 – Pray For Your Meal

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Pray For Your Meal 

NOVEMBER 22, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Acts 27:35 And when he had thus spoken, he took bread, and gave thanks to God in presence of them all: and when he had broken it, he began to eat.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  There is a sort of humorous little standard in our house about praying before you eat. If I catch anyone grabbing a sandwich or something and just sticking it in his or her mouth without praying first, I will ask, “Did you pray over that?” If the answer comes back, “No,” the next words they hear are, “you better pray, or you are going to be sick.” Well, I am pretty sure God will not make you sick for forgetting to pray for a sandwich or something, (but please do not tell my children, ok!).

    However, I do know there is a Biblical example for praying before we eat. Jesus gave thanks over the food at the last supper and before he feed the multitudes. He thanked His Father for the food He provided. Paul also gave thanks in front of all the prisoners and guards on the ship before he distributed the food to them.

    Besides the Biblical examples, there are other reasons to give thanks. It shows respect when we thank God for the food He supplied which we are about to eat. It causes us to pause in our schedule to remember God who is our provider of everything.

    Stopping to pray is also a powerful testimony in public. It reflects to everyone around your respect for the God you serve. I cannot remember the number of times I have prayed at a restaurant and someone walking by has said something like, “It was good to see you pray today, we do not see this so much anymore.”

    Giving thanks to God is simply the right thing to do. It is respectful to God. It is placing thanks where thanks are due, and it is a great testimony in your life and this world.
   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  When you get ready to eat today, take just a moment to thank God for His provision for you. No matter what you are eating, God has somehow provided it. Be a testimony for Christ. You do not need to wear a big banner that says I am a Christian. Just do what is right in the eyes of God.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 22, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 25-26     /     Psalm 119:1-32     /     Proverbs 22     /     Acts 26-27

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
Ezekiel 13-16           /      James 1

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NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2021 – Let Your Light So Shine

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Let Your Light So Shine 

NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverbs 20:27 The spirit of man is the candle of the LORD, searching all the inward parts of the belly.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Have you ever thought about how much light one little match can give off in a very dark room? On special occasions our church has had a candlelight service to highlight a special part of the service. Often, we have begun with the sanctuary dark and just one person lighting one candle and then passing that flame on to another, then another, and so on until everyone in the room has the candle they are holding burning brightly. However, in a dark room just one little match seems so very bright. With all the other candles ablaze, that one little match does not seem to carry such a glow. However, let everyone blow out their candles and then strike that match, and it seems to light every inch of the room. The brighter the room, the less the light of the match shows.

    So it is with our life. If we keep ourselves clean from the sins of this world and watch how we live our lives, the candle of the spirit does not seem to make a glaring show as God searches our hearts. However, let sin come into our lives and the brightness which has been burning as a candle of God’s character which He has placed in you seems dim, or even to have been blown out. It is during those times in our lives that the searching candle of God seems blinding bright as it searches our heart and finds darkness there.

    Sin blows out the candle of love as sin only thinks of itself and not others. Sin blows out the candle of peace as it causes uneasiness in our lives. Sin blows out the candle of joy as it robs from us the joy we once had when walking close to God and other believers. Sin causes our life to be dark, dreary, and lonely. Our verse in Proverbs 20:27 says the spirit of man is the candle which God uses to see into the heart of man and expose the darkness to drive it away. What does God see in you today?

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    As God searches your heart, will you allow Him once again to light up your life? Doing away with greed and selfishness and once again lighting the candle of love. Finding the peace and joy you once had and allowing God to light those areas of our life again. Let Jesus be the Light of Your Life.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 20, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 23-24     /     Psalm 118:15-29     /     Proverbs 20-21     /     Acts 25 

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
Ezekiel 9-12           /    Hebrews 13

 

WHAT TO DO ON SUNDAY:

    There will not be a Daily Devotion sent out on Sundays. Instead, we encourage you to attend your church and listen intently to what God has prepared in the heart of your Pastor. Write down all the scriptures he uses in that message, then when you get home re-read those passages for today’s reading. God has given to your Pastor exactly what He desires for you on that day.  

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 21, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
NO READINGS ON SUNDAY

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NO READINGS ON SUNDAY

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NOVEMBER 19, 2021 – What He Says, He Does

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What He Says, He Does 

NOVEMBER 19, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Ezekiel 22:14 Can thine heart endure, or can thine hands be strong, in the days that I shall deal with thee? I the LORD have spoken it, and will do it.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Sometimes what we say we will do, and what we actually do are two completely different things. It is not that we outright decided to lie to someone. We had no idea of the circumstances ahead of us. So, we occasionally make promises that are broken, leaving people discouraged with us. And yes, it happens to everyone. Everyone that is, except God

    God’s promises are sure. He knows the future completely, so He can make promises and not worry about latter circumstances. This is good. Then again, this can be terrifying. If you are today a born-again Christian, then this is wonderful. You are standing in the most secure place of all. All God’s promises of a blessed home in heaven are sure. No circumstances can ever change it. He will provide for your needs and take care of you as you follow and serve Him. All the promises toward you as a Christian are true, and they will all come true. On the other hand, if you are not saved and standing outside of the will of God, all the promises for you are just as sure.

    If God asked you the questions in today’s verse, what would your response be? “Can thine heart endure, or can thine hands be strong, in the days that I shall deal with thee?” Do you think you can stand against an almighty God on Judgment Day and somehow win against clear truths of your life? No friend, when God deals with you, He will deal with justice. You will be judged by your sin and found guilty. How can I say this for sure? God’s Word says so for sure, and as this verse says, if the Lord has spoken it, He will do it.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    There is good news if you do not know Christ as Saviour. You still can. Humble your heart, ask Him to forgive your sin, come into your heart, and be your Saviour. By faith believe on Jesus’ death and resurrection for salvation, and mean it, He will save you. Find a local Church and talk with the pastor about your decision. Friend, you just received many new promises that can never be broken. The Lord has spoken them, He will do them.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 19, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 22     /     Psalm 118:1-14     /     Proverbs 19     /     Acts 24

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Ezekiel 5-8           /    Hebrews 12

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Hebrews 2:12

NOVEMBER 18, 2021 – Where He Leads Me!

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Where He Leads Me! 

NOVEMBER 18, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Acts 23:11 And the night following the Lord stood by him, and said, Be of good cheer, Paul: for as thou hast testified of me in Jerusalem, so must thou bear witness also at Rome.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Have you ever wanted to begin a new project, start, or update a ministry, and then you run into someone who says; “NO, I do not think you ought to do that!” When asked why the response is similar to, “Well I just don’t, I do not like it.”

    How frustrating it can be for a Pastor or leader to hear well-meaning individuals share what appears to be childlike feelings. It seems there is a lack of prayer and absolutely no Biblical reasoning behind this type of response. How do you help someone understand the scriptural relevance of something if they are not in the scripture? If they operate on feelings, how can you show them the truth in the word? If God is directing you to do something and someone says, “No, I just do not like it,” what do you do?

    Prior to today’s verse, by about now in his service to the Lord, Paul must have felt this way. He finds himself in prison, facing possible execution, attacked on every side, and uncertain of what to do next. However, God came to him and said in essence, “You are not done yet; I have work for you to do in Rome.” Oh, how this must have brightened his day. Was he still being persecuted? Yes! Was he still incarcerated? Yes! Does he have any idea of how he is going to get out of this mess? Not really. Except, God said he was going to Rome. Therefore, he knew he was not done yet. They could now come at him with all their empty threats for he knew they could not kill him. Why, because God said, he was going to Rome. All he had to do is keep his eyes on God, follow His lead and he could not lose. God will win over man every time.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    Are you facing a struggle in life? Do you know that where God’s leading you are scriptural? Are you claiming the promises of His Word and not just your own feeling? If you can answer yes to these questions, then take heart. God is not through with you yet. Believe the promises of God and move forward, because Jesus Never Fails.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 18, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 21     /     Psalm 117     /     Proverbs 18     /     Acts 23 

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Ezekiel 1-4           /       Hebrews 11

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NOVEMBER 17, 2021 – Love Those Grandchildren

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Love Those Grandchildren

NOVEMBER 16, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverbs 17:6 Children’s children are the crown of old men; and the glory of children are their fathers.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Just get around any grandparent, mention their grandchildren and you will see a book full of pictures, and hear an hour’s worth of tales on how wonderful and how magnificent their grandchildren are. These children are able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, diapers, and all.

I joke about it, but the Bible told us centuries ago this was how it is supposed to be. “Children’s Children are the crown of old men,” (including also, gracefully aging women). Grandparents will talk more about the accomplishments of a 5-year-old in kindergarten than about their own children, even if their child is a rocket scientist who went to the moon.

Furthermore, it is a great blessing for parents who are fortunate enough, to be able to introduce their children to their grandparents. Grandma and grandpa have so many more exciting stories to tell, and often, more time to tell them.

My wife, our children, and I are extremely fortunate in that we had godly men to look to for examples in our lives. My father and my wife’s father were both wonderful examples of God-fearing men, (in addition to being the family jokesters on occasion,) before they passed into glory. We also had a third Fatherly example to look to as well, God, our Heavenly Father.

I count myself truly fortunate to have three Godly forefathers as examples to pass on to my children. Nevertheless, if I had only one, and if that one was God the Father, He would be enough. “The glory of children are their fathers.” I sure love all the fathers in my life.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    Have you introduced your children to their forefathers? They have wonderful stories to tell. Some of which are recorded in the pages of the Bible by our heavenly Father. Some stories are recorded in the hearts of those of us who know and love Him.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 17, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 20     /     Psalm 116     /     Proverbs 17     /     Acts 22

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Lamentations 3-5           /      Hebrews 10

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NOVEMBER 16, 2021 – What Do People See In You?

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What Do People See In You? 

NOVEMBER 16, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Psalm 115:17 The dead praise not the LORD, neither any that go down into silence.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    As a young boy growing up, my father was not one much to say, “Praise the Lord” aloud. He was not a hanky waving, amen yelling, hooting, and hollering type of a man. Instead, he lived a quiet peaceful life and was a Godly man in front of his wife, children, neighbors, co-workers, and friends. He was human and would slip from time to time. However, truthfully, I can remember very few of those times. The slip-ups were not what characterized his life. People who knew him while he was still alive would often say things like, “Your dad is a fair man,” or, “He is a good man,” and he was. Yet, toward the end of his life, as cancer began to take away the precious moments which he thought he was going to have in his older age, I began to see a change in him. He started saying, “Praise the Lord” more aloud as the days began to dwindle away. He became a lot more vocal about how God should receive honor for what He was doing for him in those last days. He was not trying to score any brownie points with God by doing so. He knew he did not need brownie points as his salvation was already secured in Christ. He was not trying to make a name for himself among those around him. He already had a good name from living a good life. So why did my dad become more vocal?

     Maybe today’s verse helps us to understand. I think he realized he only had a few more days, weeks, or months at best to praise God here on earth. The dead can leave a great testimony with the life they have lived. Nevertheless, someone needs to share that testimony. My dad was, is, and always will be one of my greatest heroes. Still, to the rest of the world he was just another factory-working person who went to church and lived a good life. Nevertheless, at the last, he shared what he wanted people to remember most. “Praise the Lord for all He has given to me.”   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    Has a Godly person you knew passed on? Be their voice of assurance to others. The dead can only speak through the voices of the living. They praise God in heaven every day now. Live your life today, so it will be a testimony tomorrow.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 16, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 18, 19     /     Psalm 115     /     Proverbs 16     /     Acts 21

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Lamentations 1-2      /     Hebrews 9

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NOVEMBER 15, 2021 – Act Or Fact?

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Act Or Fact? 

NOVEMBER 15, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverbs 15:8 The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the LORD: but the prayer of the upright is his delight.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  Religion is often filled with pomp and ceremony. Things must be just so, or we are not happy. Our religious acts of worship toward God are often glorious reflections of our love, adoration, respect, and worship of who He is in our life. I will in no way say that we should make little of our many means of worship. It teaches children and young Christians reverence to an Almighty Creator and the Lord of our life. Our means of worship helps us to refocus our lives and put God first again. These traditions of faith help us to have continuity with the churches of old in our forms of adoration toward the Father in Heaven. The only times these rituals become a problem are when the act of Religious Ceremony become the item of worship. For example, if taking communion is your worship to God, but then you never think of Him or live for Him in between these acts of worship, then the ceremony has become a problem. Why? Because, it has become your worship to God, and this is not worship. It is an act of obedience and love for Him. It is part of our way of expressing worship to the Lord. However, it is not worship.

    Worship includes your entire life. If you are living like the world and then believe somehow the act of coming to the communion table makes your worldly practices ok, there is a problem. As today’s verse says, “The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord.” No matter what this sacrifice is. Does your giving tithes and offering bring joy into your life because you love God and want Him to be able to reach others with your gift of love? Or do you feel like this is one more religious notch in my belt with God. God does not care about your sacrifice until you make the one most important sacrifice. Give yourself to Him. If you will lay yourself on the altar of sacrifice to the Lord, then everything you do, say, and think are filtered through who God is in your life. Then your prayers become His delight.
   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  Everyone wants to delight God. I mean who would not want to make God happy. Well, this verse tells you how you can do that. Live upright for Him. It is not about righteous ACTS it’s about Holiness.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 15, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 16- 17     /     Psalm 114     /     Proverbs 14-15     /     Romans 15-16

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NOVEMBER 13 & 14, 2021 – Get The Real Heal Deal 

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Get The Real Heal Deal 

NOVEMBER 13 & 14, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Ezekiel 13:3  Thus saith the Lord GOD; Woe unto the foolish prophets, that follow their own spirit, and have seen nothing!

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    You can hardly turn on the TV anymore without seeing some so-called TV Evangelist giving other real preachers a bad name. Why would I make such a claim? Well, it is because they often are claiming they have received extra revelations that are not in scripture. It is by claiming to have a word from God on someone’s healing. I never saw people in the Bible with telepathic revelations on others healing miles away. Jesus was the only one who knew the beginning from the end and could do so.

    I turned TV on the other day and there was a man begging for money, (like this surprises you, right…) with a table full of pieces of paper. There were hundreds of slips of paper where people had called in with a deep need, pledging “x” amount of dollars expecting a miracle from their so-called seed pledge. This TV charlatan said, “In a moment I will be laying my hands on this pile of prayer requests, and I hear in my spirit, (small “s” on purpose,) when I pray that millions of people are going to be healed all over the world.” Right behind the man making this claim was a large plate-glass window. Behind the window were operators on phone, taking prayer pledges. In the front row of these operators was a young woman answering phones with a huge white neck brace. If this man can heal people all over the world, why did he not heal the woman right behind him working for him? The reason is simple, he cannot heal people. Nor can I, or anyone else. God can, and still does heal and He never charged a person one dime to do so. Their faith was not tied to their pocketbooks. “Woe unto the foolish prophets…” When a man stands to preach the Word, make sure he is preaching God’s Word, not his own.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    People want to believe in something so badly they will often believe a lie. Do not fall for the fakes, fall in front of the Father. If you need healing don’t go to a coliseum, go to Christ. He still does heal people. In His time, in His way and by His will He still works wonders in the lives of His own. Put your faith in Him. Get the Real Heal Deal.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 13, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
Ezekiel 13 -15     /     Psalm 112-113     /     Proverbs 13     /     Romans 13-14

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
Jeremiah 49-50          /    Hebrews 7

 

WHAT TO DO ON SUNDAY:

    There will not be a Daily Devotion sent out on Sundays. Instead, we encourage you to attend your church and listen intently to what God has prepared in the heart of your Pastor. Write down all the scriptures he uses in that message, then when you get home re-read those passages for today’s reading. God has given to your Pastor exactly what He desires for you on that day.  

GOD TALKING TO ME:  NOVEMBER 14, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
NO READINGS ON SUNDAY

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
NO READINGS ON SUNDAY

The Scofield Study Bible  - Gen. Lea. Black

Living In His Word Ministries

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

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

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