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Daily Thoughts from Exodus: Taking Law into Our Own Hands

“Whoever strikes a man so that he dies shall be put to death. But if he did not lie in wait for him, but God let him fall into his hand, then I will appoint for you a place to which he may flee. 854 more words

Old Testament

The Conservatory Rejection Letters: How My Faith Improved My Performance

“Things are looking up, oh finally! I thought I’d never see the day when you smiled at me… I’d never trade it in, ’cause I’ve always wanted this and it’s not a dream anymore… it’s worth fighting for.” 1,757 more words

Conservatory Rejection Letters

Bible Accuracy 2

Let’s continue to read that Moses wrote many of the first books of the bible.

Deuteronomy 31:9  Moses wrote down this law and gave it to the priests. 117 more words


Archaeology and the Bible: Part two

Archaeology has confirmed the reliability and historicity of the Bible time and time again, and this is what we’d expect if the Bible really were God’s word and revelation. 1,159 more words

The Instructions Done

It’s amazing to see Moses reporting in detail the process and products which were completed. It is Moses evaluating and reporting his findings to God. It also shows Moses being accountable for the task assigned to him. 228 more words


The Misplaced Priorities

Today we see a promise keeping God but His presence in our lives depends on the attitude of our hearts. This is the God of the universe talking full of love and full of hurt. 169 more words