Monthly Archives: August 2020

The Hand of the Lord (Aug 8)

Ezra was clearly a man devoted to the Lord and his word, and therefore, the hand of the Lord was upon him. Continue reading

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The Eye of God (Aug 7)

“For the eyes of the Lord range throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him” (2 Chronicles 16:9). Continue reading

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Nursery Duty (Aug 6)

August 6 Nursery Duty Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalms 84:1:4 | Ezra 3:1 – 4:24 | 1 Cor. 2:6 – 3:4 | Proverbs 20:24-25 Today’s Scripture Focus: 1 Corinthians 2:6- 3:4 “But as for right now, friends, I’m completely frustrated by … Continue reading

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The Foolishness of Brilliance (Aug 5)

Many of the greatest minds of history have found their revolutionary ideas to be rejected initially because they seemed to be foolishness. People just couldn’t understand. Continue reading

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Plastic Prayers Make Plastic Churchgoers (Aug 4)

August 4 Plastic Prayers Make Plastic Churchgoers Today’s Scripture Readings:  Psalm 83:1-8 | 2 Chronicles 35:1 – 36:23 | 1 Corinthians 1:1-17 | Proverbs 20:20-21 Today’s Scripture Focus: Psalm 83 “God, don’t shut me out; don’t give me the silent … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace (Aug 3)

Grace truly is amazing. If it can find and change a man like Manasseh, there might be hope yet for you and me. Continue reading

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The Mountaintop (Aug 2)

The crisp, cool air blows through your hair as you as gaze upon the majestic beauty of other mountain peaks. You are above them all. You are on the mountaintop. It’s an exhilarating place to be, a dangerous place. It was quite an adventure to get there and even more difficult to stay there. Continue reading

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Blessing Instead of Bleeping (Aug 1)

Every malicious word, every tasty snippet of gossip, every venomous, sarcastic comment (humor is great, but even some humor wounds), every word that is judgmental, every hasty, angry word: each one, a curse. Continue reading

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