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Time Well Spent (Apr 23)

April 23
Time Well Spent

Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalm 59:1-5 | Judges 1:1-2:9 | Luke 21:29-22:13 | Proverbs 13:24-25

Today’s Scripture Focus: Luke 21

Each day Jesus was teaching at the temple, and each evening he went out to spend the night on the hill called the Mount of Olives, Luke 21:38 and all the people came early in the morning to hear him at the temple. 281 more words

ALL IS NOT LOST

Several years ago, The Saturday Evening Post ran a cartoon showing a man about to be rescued after he had spent a long time ship-wrecked on a tiny deserted island. 276 more words

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We Are So Weak

Ray Comfort tells a story in one of his books that goes like this: A man leaned over to a woman seated next to him and asked, ‘Would you go to bed with me for a million dollars?’ The woman answered, ‘I would think about it.’ He then asked, ‘Would you go to bed with me for one dollar?’ She widened her eyes and said indignantly, ‘What kind of woman do you think I am!’ He replied, ‘We’ve already established that. 222 more words

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April 23 - The Persecutor Turned Preacher

Acts 9:26-43; Joshua 5:2-6:27; Job 23

Things must have been tense for the people of the church in Jerusalem. Saul was back in town. Saul, who had kicked down doors and carried followers of Christ off to prison. 345 more words

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As For Me and My House (Apr 22)

April 22
As For Me and My House

Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalm 58:1-11 | Josh 24:1-33 | Luke 21:1-29 | Proverbs 13:20-23

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HAVE YOU LOST YOUR TICKET?

The story is told about Albert Einstein, the brilliant physicist of Princeton University in the early 20th century. Einstein was traveling from Princeton on a train, and when the conductor came down the aisle to punch the passengers’ tickets, Einstein couldn’t find his. 416 more words

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April 22 - Correcting God

Acts 9:1-25; Joshua 3:1-5:1; Job 22

“Uhm, God? Do You really understand what You are doing?” Oh, come on, you know you’ve asked that question before. 288 more words

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