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Morning Devotion: Be a hero

We’re all wired to be heroes.

Not like with the movies and the recurring rescues from beasts or thugs or natural disasters, but with real-life crisis threats. 309 more words

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Morning Devotion: Do your co-workers know?

Jesus said, “By their fruit, you will recognize them.” (Matthew 7:16 NIV)

Anybody can tell the difference between an apple tree and run-of-the-mill maple shade tree. 332 more words

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Morning Devotion: Dead wood

If you have a flowering bush by your front door, do you want people to see several dead branches prominently visible as they come to visit you? 258 more words

Testimony

Morning Devotion: Check the herd

Ancient Israel was largely an agrarian society so it’s no surprise that King Solomon wrote often about agriculture.

A passage from today’s devotional reading was directed at managing livestock but the principle applies in all areas of our lives. 292 more words

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Morning Devotion: The power of pruning

Fruit trees do better when they’re pruned.

Gardens do better when weeds are pulled.

And vehicles get better gas mileage when unneeded weight is removed. 401 more words

Grace

Morning Devotion: Walking well

I need to pray for more wisdom and humility so that I’ll walk like Enoch.

Here are the messages from Hebrews 11:5 and Genesis 5:23-24 that explain why: 149 more words

Testimony

Richard Owen Roberts: Rethinking God Biblically and the Significance for Personal Holiness

Session 4 — Richard Owen Roberts: Rethinking God Biblically and the Significance for Personal Holiness, from the Behold Your God National Conference

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