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Continue Earnestly In Prayer: Colossians 4:2

Continue earnestly in prayer, being vigilant in it with thanksgiving; Colossians 4:2 

Do you wonder why Paul has to tell the church (us) to continue earnestly in prayer? 1,039 more words

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The Story by Max Lucado and Randy Frazee

Recently I was in a Christian bookstore and saw near the register a large column of books artfully arranged to draw the attention of shoppers. Having done its job of attracting my attention, I picked up one of the books and read the title –  764 more words

Welcome to Truth for Daily Living

Welcome to T4DL! The daily devotionals are designed to help you engage with God’s word but also to connect it to your daily life. Each post is updated daily at midnight (PST) Monday to Friday, while Saturday is used for review or catch up and Sunday is prayer day. 258 more words

*NEW* Genesis Key Word Symbol Sheets

It’s that time of year when school is starting back in most communities, and it is also the time when weekly Bible studies are starting back after the summer hiatus. 195 more words

Inductive Bible Study

Jonah's Tree

The short book of Jonah “struck” me this time through.  Here are some thoughts, aided by the ESV Study Bible (be sure to get to the end, where God gets sarcastic). 632 more words


Just and Fair: Colossians 4:1

Masters, give your bondservants what is just and fair, knowing that you also have a Master in heaven. ~ Colossians 4:1

Just and fair.

With God we don’t want justice and fairness because it means we would receive punishment for sin. 489 more words

Bible Studies

How To Do An Inductive Bible Study

Last weekend at our men’s group meeting, one of the guys led an inductive Bible study on the first chapter of Colossians. It’s been a while since I’ve done an inductive Bible study, but this proved to be a simple and effective way to study the Bible. 440 more words

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