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Courage and Resolve

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “And now I am bound by the Spirit[f] to go to Jerusalem. I don’t know what awaits me, except that the Holy Spirit tells me in city after city that jail and suffering lie ahead.” Acts 20:22,23 NLT From the time of his conversion to his death, Paul the Apostle faced opposition and(…)


The Unstoppable Gospel

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY….  “Meanwhile, the word of God continued to spread, and there were many new believers.”  Acts 12:24 NLT This verse and ones like it are the key verses in the Book of Acts. In Acts 6, 12 and 19 you will read similar declarations. They all take place after some event that would(…)


The Joy of Generous Giving

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “Men and women, don’t prepare any more gifts for the sanctuary. We have enough!” So the people stopped bringing their sacred offerings. Their contributions were more than enough to complete the whole project.” (Exodus 36:6,7 NLT) I recall a comment by a preacher about giving that wasn’t necessarily motivating but carried a(…)


Piety and Paganism

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “The people got up early the next morning to sacrifice burnt offerings and peace offerings. After this, they celebrated with feasting and drinking, and they indulged in pagan revelry.” Exodus 32:6 NLT As I once again was reading this account, the stark contrast in this verse that is easy to gloss(…)


Power Versus Respect

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY….  (Now the Lord had caused the Egyptians to look favorably on the people of Israel. And Moses was considered a very great man in the land of Egypt, respected by Pharaoh’s officials and the Egyptian people alike.)  Exodus 11:3 NLT This parenthetical sentence in the Exodus story would be easy to overlook.(…)


The God on Our Side

For the past couple of weeks, I have been involved in some outpatient therapy back at Northern Colorado Rehabilitation Hospital. Randy, the PT, I am working with is very knowledgeable and helpful to let me know that needs to take place for me to see progress with my walking. My challenge is remembering what to do(…)