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Daily Devotionals: (3rd Aug.) The False Promises of Sin. Pt. 2

Reading: Genesis 3:4-5

Continuing on from the previous part, we are still considering the destructive course that ensues by following the false promises of Satan. The first promise that Satan made to Eve was impunity: he said there are no consequences to sin. 289 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (2nd Aug.) The False Promises of Sin. Pt. 1

Reading: Genesis 3:1-24

The promises of Satan are not what we often call “empty promises”; they are filled with the most venomous poison. He promises life and gives death. 300 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (1st Aug.) Satan: The Great Deceiver

Reading: Genesis 3:1-24

Satan is man’s greatest enemy; he is a liar par excellence and the destroyer of souls. If he loses a soul to grace he will work at destroying the life. 288 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (31st July) Christ and His Unending Zeal

Reading: “For the zeal of thine house hath eaten me up; and the reproaches of them that reproached thee are fallen upon me.” Psalm 69:9… 304 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (30th July) Cared For!

Reading: 1 Peter 5:7

At the time Peter’s letter was written there were very few in the world that had any real interest in the followers of Christ. 417 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (29th July) Tried but Loved

Reading: 1 Peter 4:10-11

It’s impossible to read Peter’s doctrinal and dynamic epistle and not be struck by the fact that he sought to encourage, comfort, and minister to believers who were going through a time of incredible suffering! 470 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (28th July) Using Our Gifts

Reading: 1 Peter 4:10-11

Every person that is in union with Jesus Christ has a spiritual gift given by the grace of God. The words at the start and at the end of 1 Peter 4:10 are closely connected: “As every man hath received the gift” and “the manifold grace of God.” These words simply mean that the gift a believer possesses (whatever that may be) is one which he has received by the grace of God. 361 more words

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