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Monday: Afternoon Prayer


In the church calendar the long stretch of time between Pentecost and the beginning of Advent is known as ‘Ordinary Time.’ Inasmuch as we have celebrated to birth, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus and the subsequent descent of the Holy Spirit; so this time is often seen as representative of the long  809 more words


June 26 @ Leviticus 7-9

Leviticus 7-9 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He has cleansed us to serve Him in the priesthood

The soon return of the Lord was a daily conversation in my home when I was young.  617 more words

Daily Devotions

The Old Testament and Theology

Written by G. Ernest Wright, The Old Testament and Theology was published by Harper & Row in 1969 and explores the relationship that exists – and it most certainly does exist – between the Old Testament (OT) and the New Testament (NT). 1,373 more words

Book Review

Day 5: Genesis 13-15

I have to take a moment to apologize to the readers I have missed a few days. I am actually 3 days behind on the reading. 1,284 more words


Preservation and Trust in the Word

Through patience and comfort of the scriptures (Romans 15:4, Job 19:25-27)

Though we may face many struggles in this lifetime, and though at times we may stand alone without anyone to stand with us, we have this great consolation through preservation and trust in the Word, that at the end of all things we will see our Lord Jesus Christ.


G-d's House of Prayer and His House in Heaven

5Then the king of Assyria marched against the whole land; he came to Samaria and besieged it for three years. 6In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria captured Samaria. 1,995 more words


Isn't A Law Still A Law When It Ceases To Be A Law?

The manslayer laws are extremely useful in demonstrating the principles upon which the finite Torah argument is based. In order for the manslayer laws to be functionally valid, the context in which they exist must allow for two types of death: 317 more words