May 22 & 23, 2021 – You ALMOST Got Me

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You ALMOST Got Me 

MAY 22 & 23, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Acts 26:28 Then Agrippa said unto Paul, Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Picture with me if you will a man working out in the yard or maybe on something in the garage. He has almost finished with his project when his wife yells out, “are you done yet?” Now I know that her asking really does not change anything, but for some reason it seems to cause a big disturbance in his train of thought on what he is doing. He yells back, “I’ll be done in a few minutes.” “When?” she asks. “In just a minute,” he replies. Then the magic words that makes him want to hurry and finish. “Well dinner is almost ready.” Almost ready! Not quite ready, but close. This means in just a little bit it will be completely ready and he definitely wants to be there. The word “almost” seems to give him, not much, but at least some time.

    King Agrippa said to Paul, “thou ALMOST persuadest me…” Almost. He is not completely persuaded, but close. What kept the king from being persuaded completely? Could Paul possibly have said anymore? I doubt it. Could the Holy Spirit have moved any more in the Kings heart? Probably not. Almost is close, but not close enough. King Agrippa may have thought to himself; I have a little more time.

    Almost is where most people live today. I am almost ready to be saved. Almost ready to give up this lifestyle. Almost ready to turn my life over to Christ. ALMOST…but not quite, because I think I may have just a little more time. It has been said that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. People almost made it, almost got saved… almost!

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    Almost is a great word for salvation. However, you must divide it up for it to work. You see ALL is the MOST you can give to the Lord. That is just what He wants. If you give him your ALL, He will make the MOST of your life.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  May 22, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
2 Samuel 3-5     /     Psalm 118     /     Proverbs 22-23     /     Acts 25, 26

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
1 Kings 8           /    John 5:28-47

 

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:  May 23, 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

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                               … and the Word of God into people.”

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

MAY 21, 2021 – They Did It First!

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THEY DID IT FIRST!

MAY 21, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverbs 21:1-2 The king’s heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will. Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the LORD pondereth the hearts.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Excuses, what are they? I had a friend at our church that has since gone home to be with the Lord, who continually told me the definition of an excuse was “the skin of a reason stuffed with a lie.”

    I am certain that we have all made up an excuse at one time or another. Instead of being completely honest with someone, we rather tell a part truth. Sadly, we sometimes make up excuses and rehearse them to our self. It often will begin when you start to wonder, should I be reading this, watching this, or listening to this? Should I be going there, hanging out with them, or even talking this way? Should I be drinking this, taking this, or smoking this? What is the excuse we give to our self? Well, it may be, “l saw Mr. or Miss Christian doing it, so if it is ok for them, it must be ok.” We begin to make excuses for our life, yet inside we have a funny feeling, and we know something is not right. However, we have tried to convince ourselves if God will let them get by with it, He is sure to do the same for me.

    Did you ever stop to think; maybe they are watching you and thinking the same thing? Maybe they are judging their life by what they see you doing.

  The Bible says that man will find a way to make everything they do seem ok in his own eyes. God, on the other hand, looks on your heart. He knows what you know deep down inside. He knows of the feeling you have knowing this is wrong or right. Do you know why God knows? He put that feeling there to help you make right choices.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    I heard a while back a phrase that helps me occasionally. It said, “If in doubt, don’t.” We should all operate under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and Gods Word and not according to someone that we might see at church or at work. Let us be an example of Christ, and for Christ.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 21, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
2 Samuel 1, 2     /      Psalm 117     /     Proverbs 21     /     Acts 24

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
1 Kings 6-7            /    John 5:1-27

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

May 20, 2021 – What Has He Done For You?

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What Has He Done For You?  

MAY 20, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Psalm 116:8  For thou hast delivered my soul from death, mine eyes from tears, and my feet from falling.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  Sometimes as a Pastor, I will be sharing the gospel with someone and he or she will ask, “What has this God ever done for me?” In their sinful condition, I can understand how they might feel this way. However, if they could ever see what He has done for those who have put their faith in Him, and what He will give to them if they accept His free offer of salvation, I do not see how they could turn Him down.

  Our verse today kind of sums it all up. He has forever released us from the sting of death. Until the day in which God sends Christ back to rapture the church, we will all have to face the time when we stop breathing and our body is laid to rest. However, that is not the sting of death. When something stings, it hurts. When we go from earth to heaven there will be no pain and suffering, just joy and, well, heaven. On the other hand, without Christ as your Saviour, you will experience the sting, the pain, and the torment of hell for eternity.

  He also says He will never leave believers who are in Christ, nor forsake them. He will forever walk with them. Here on this earth as we travel through life, and from here to heaven as we are translated to Him. Forever, He will never leave me. The unsaved however will be separated from the love of God for eternity at the moment of death.

  The Bible says He will wipe all the tears from my eyes, FOREVER. The lost however will cry out for eternity.

    Therefore, here is the question, “What has He done for YOU?”   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  Looking forward to heaven is only part of the joy of knowing Jesus. Living for Him and with His Holy Spirit within us here on earth, is also rewarding today.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 20, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 30, 31     /     Psalm 116     /     Proverbs 20     /     Acts 23

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
1 Kings 3-5           /  John 4:40-54

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Hebrews 2:12

MAY 19, 2021 – Woops! Did I Do That?

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Woops! Did I Do That?

MAY 19, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

1 Samuel 28:6 And when Saul inquired of the LORD, the LORD answered him not, neither by dreams, nor by Urim, nor by prophets.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

     Ever play follow the leader? You were to follow right behind and do what the person in front of you is doing. The person in the very front makes up what is supposed to be done for the entire group. Imagine that you were in the middle of the line and you kept jumping out of line, doing your own thing, and not following what the leaders before you were doing. All the people who were behind you did what you had done and not what the leaders who were before you were doing. However, their disobedience was because of you, not the real leader. Suddenly, the one leading just stops. No movement at all. Now what? You say, “Ok, I will do what you say.” However, the leader refuses to move. Not left, right, forward, or back. You yell, “OK I will do what you do,” but the leader seems not to listen. The leader is still there and can hear you. Still, you cannot make them respond because you have disrupted too many times and they will not move.

    That is somewhat how things were with Saul. He had been disobedient so many times, God finally said, I am not listening to you or responding to you anymore. What a terrible feeling this must have been for someone like King Saul who relied on God’s direction for success in leadership.

    It is the same in our lives today. Psalm 66:18 says, “If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me:” God will often not listen until we repent from sin and ask for forgiveness. He can hear us but will refuse to respond until we begin to obey. What a terrible place to be in for someone like you and I who rely on God’s direction for success in life and for those who are following behind us.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    In 1 John 1:9 it says, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” We need to ask God to forgive us of anything that might stand between us and Him. Then we can let God lead again.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 19, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 28, 29     /     Psalm 115     /     Proverbs 19     /     Acts 22

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
1 Kings 1-2           /    John 4:1-39

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                               … and the Word of God into people.”

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

MAY 18 2021 – Get Fired Up Again

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Get Fired Up Again 

MAY 18, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Acts 21:19 And when he had saluted them, he declared particularly what things God had wrought among the Gentiles by his ministry.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    What exactly was Paul doing here? He was doing what other Missionaries have followed the example of and have done for years. Coming back to the churches and reporting what God had been doing on his Missionary journey. I believe if he could have, Paul would have shown slides or maybe splashed a video up on the wall had they been available. If he could have, he would most likely have left prayer cards. I can only imagine how fast every single member would have taken one home with them. The next verse says, “And when they heard it, they glorified the Lord.” They were excited to hear what God had done through Paul, and through them.

    Part of the reason I believe that many people do not get excited anymore is because they have lost the excitement and concern for missions. Missionaries come and go, and well, truth be told, we are busy with our own lives and just do not seem to make time to care anymore. Do you want to care again? Really? If you are not serious then this will not work. However, if you really want to get excited about missions again, INVEST IN MISSIONS. You know, it is the whole, “Where your treasure is…” thing.

    •   Invest prayers in mission families as they minister on your behalf.

    •   Invest time to help keep them and their mission field before your church.

    •   Invest financially so they can continue to do the work God has called them to do.

  If you will invest in Missions, I guarantee when they come back, you will want to know what has been happening with your investment.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    You will never get as great a return from any investment as you will in the Lord’s work. Ask God today to put a passion in your soul for His Ministry.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 18, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 26, 27     /     Psalm 114     /     Proverbs 18     /     Acts 21

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
2 Samuel 23-24            /    John 3

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

May 17, 2021 – Following The Light

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Following The Light  

MAY 17, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Psalm 112:7 He shall not be afraid of evil tidings: his heart is fixed, trusting in the LORD.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  I recall one time taking a flight from Jacksonville, Florida into Chicago’s O’Hara Airport and from there to Grand Rapids, Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford Airport. It was evening by the time I was ready to land at my final destination and very dark. On the last leg of my flight, I was riding in the front seat of a smaller plane. The cockpit door was open so I could see exactly what the pilots were able to see. Over Lake Michigan, it was total darkness. Then, as we began to get closer to the shores of Michigan, I started to see a little light off in the distance. The closer we got to the airport, and the city of Grand Rapids, the brighter the light was getting. Then, as I looked ahead, I could see two rows of lights, which would guide us to a safe landing at our destination and once again back onto solid ground. The tower told the pilots how to approach these lights, what the weather was like, and helped them maneuver to the runway. The closer to the ground we got, the brighter the lights became. Finally, we were on the ground and safe.

  The Bible to me is very much like those runway lights. As long as I keep the light of God’s Word in view, aim my path toward it, and follow the leading of the Holy Spirit, I know I am going to be all right. Refuse to listen, and I am in trouble. If I think the lights are misleading and go my own way, I will end up on unstable ground. However, if I will watch The Light, Trust in the High Tower, eventually He will help me land on streets of Gold.
   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  In John 8:12 Jesus said “… I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.” The Light of LIFE. Head toward the Light. JESUS! Trust in the LORD. He will guide you safely Home.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 17, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 23 -25     /     Psalm 112-113     /     Proverbs 17     /     Romans 15-16

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
2 Samuel 21-22           /       John 2

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

May 15 & 16, 2021 – Just Between Us

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Just Between Us 

MAY 15 & 16, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

1 Samuel 20:42And Jonathan said to David, Go in peace, forasmuch as we have sworn both of us in the name of the LORD, saying, The LORD be between me and thee, and between my seed and thy seed for ever. And he arose and departed: and Jonathan went into the city.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    Jonathan has said to David, “The LORD be between me and thee.” What did this mean? Do you see this as if God were now standing between them as a sort of invisible boundary line between them during their new separated living arrangements from this point on? Well friend, it is just the opposite. The LORD has become their only connection in which to recall and intercede for one another. No phones, no telegraph, or e-mail. Their only connection to one another was through the LORD.

    With travel so easy today and people moving about so much, we have many Christian friends who have moved away. Yet, in our thoughts and prayers for them, they are as close as our Saviour is. They may move from your area. They might be gone for long spans of time. Nevertheless, with the LORD as our connection, they are never far away.

  Have you ever walked into a church in which you have never been in before, maybe while traveling or a business trip, and almost immediately you felt at home? That is the connection of the LORD. A connection between you and another believer you have never met. It is the Holy Spirit binding hearts together. This is the same binding God uses over miles. The Holy Spirit in each of you is the same Holy Spirit in both of you. A connection that cannot be undone.

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    As you go through this day, think of an old Christian Friend who has moved or has been gone for a while. Maybe a Sunday School Teacher, Pastor, Christian Leader, Missionary, or Evangelist who you have not seen in a while. Maybe it is a Christian acquaintance from a former workplace, or someone from a school who you have not seen or heard from. Take them to the LORD today. Enjoy your time together in Him as you find the Lord… “Between Me and Thee.”

GOD TALKING TO ME:  May 15, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 20-22     /     Psalm 111     /     Proverbs 15-16     /     Romans 13-14

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
2 Samuel 19-20           /    John 1:35-51

 

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:  May 16, 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

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       “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

MAY 14, 2021 – It’s Just A Comma

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It’s Just A Comma 

MAY 14, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Romans 12:1-2 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

    The bible says that not one jot or tittle written within it will ever go undone. This means they must be important. So, what is a jot and tittle? A jot is the tenth and the smallest letter written in Hebrew. It is written above the line and would look similar to an apostrophe in the English. A tittle is an even smaller defining mark or stroke on a letter in Hebrew. To change or omit either, completely changes the meaning of the words written.

  Today, I want to point out a mark used in the English language. It is neither a jot nor a tittle, but a comma which some people may miss. It is in the first verse of Romans 12 between holy and acceptable. Look at the verse again. Do you see it now? Without the comma some may read this as if it were to say, “wholly acceptable.” This would mean completely acceptable. We do need to be completely acceptable. However, reading it this way does not define how to become acceptable. With the comma in the proper place, it says that first we must be Holy. This means we are to be set apart for God’s use. We must first be willing to be set apart from the worldly desires and lusts. Also, set apart unto God. To be used of Him as He desires. If we will give our life over to God, then we will be acceptable or pleasing unto Him. The next few words in this phrase tell us why. This is because it is the reasonable thing to do. We must realize, this is the only reasonable thing to do for our God who sent His Son to die for us and has blessed us with all spiritual blessing

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

    Are you still not sure how to be holy, and acceptable? That is why verse two is there. God does not want us to wonder how to figure this out. Just read the second verse and it will all be clear. It is by a renewed mind transformed by God’s Holy Word.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 14, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 18, 19     /     Psalm 110     /     Proverbs 14     /     Romans 11, 12 

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2 Samuel 16-18           /  John 1:1-34

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

May 13, 2021 – What Makes You Rich?

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What Makes You Rich? 

MAY 13, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Proverbs 13:7 There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing: there is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great riches.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  Oh, to be RICH! To have all the money you would ever want. If we are honest, this seems like the dream of most people today. Admit it, we all want to be financially secure. To be able to do whatever we want, and to go wherever we would like to go. However, there is a difference in financial security, and the overwhelming desire to be rich. We often find people with lots of money, are not really happy. Let them get deathly ill, they would trade everything for a few more days of life.

  Verse 7 could be read a couple of different ways. “There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing.” You might see this as a person who has attained all the wealth they might want, but in the process, they have forgotten family, friends, and God. Now, even with all this wealth, they are empty inside. Then again, you may read this as someone who has very little financially, however they have made themselves rich with a fine family, a love for God, and great Christian friends, and yet the world sees them as having nothing.

  Verse 7 also says, “There is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great riches.” Some people who have money, live simple lives. Not flaunting a God given abundance financially but using it as God would intend them to. No one around them knows of their wealth. Then there are also people who choose to live amazingly simple lives, they are never desiring much in this world, and yet they are rich in family, and have a rich inheritance with God.

  The question is, “What makes you RICH?” If it is money, then you are actually very poor. What really matters in life are relationships. Relationships with family, and friends are important, however the most important relationship is the one you have with God. If you have that, you are wealthy indeed!
   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  This would be a great day to call and renew a relationship. It would also be a great time to call on God and keep that relationship on track. If you never had a relationship with God, He is waiting to start one. Then you can say, “I am RICH.”

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 13, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 17     /     Psalm 109:14-31     /     Proverbs 13     /     Romans 9, 10

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
2 Samuel 14-15         /  Luke 24:36-53

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

May 12, 2021 – You re Not Going To Believe This

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You Are Not Going To Believe This 

MAY 12, 2021

KEY FROM GOD’S WORD:

Psalm 109:2 For the mouth of the wicked and the mouth of the deceitful are opened against me: they have spoken against me with a lying tongue.

THOUGHT ON GOD’S WORD:

  Don’t you just hate it when people lie? They just cannot seem to tell truth. No matter how hard they try, they always seem to stretch the truth to a point where hardly anyone could possibly believe them. Then when they do tell the truth, no one does believe them.

  What seems even worse is when they begin to lie about you. They might tell only half-truths or exaggerate the truth. It seems almost unbelievable that they would do such a thing. Suddenly, you find yourself wanting to get even, to hurt them back. Well, I am going to tell you how to do just that. Prepare to get even with these people.

   First, live a separated life. What is a separated life? It is a life in which, it is hard to find fault. One separated from the world and their sinful ways. Separated to the Lord and His heavenly ways. Then no one who truly knows you would ever believe the lies someone else would tell and it is going to look bad on them.

    Second, take it to the Lord. Do not try to get even, get back, or get over on someone. Let God handle it. He knows both you and them far better than you do.

   Finally, pray for them and invite them to church. If you genuinely want a liar to quit lying, they will need to have a change of heart, not just a change of mind. The best way to get rid of an enemy is to make them your friend.
   

CARRYING THAT THOUGHT THROUGH THE DAY:

  Could you imagine if someone were to say right up front when they first begin to tell stories on you something like, “You know so and so, that Christian, well you are not going to believe this but…” Did you hear it? Are you laughing? First, they have labeled you as a Christian, and then told the other person what was going to happen. “You’re not going to believe this…” and because of your life in Christ, well, they won’t.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  MAY 12, 2021

THROUGH THE BIBLE ACCELERATED READING  (O.T.-1/N.T. & PS.-2/Prov.-Monthly)
1 Samuel 15, 16     /     Psalm 109:1-13     /     Proverbs 12     /     Romans 8

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
2 Samuel 11-13           /     Luke 24:1-35

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

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