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Daily Bible Reading – Matthew 21 – Audio Version Here

Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening – Monday, April 27, 2015 – Audio Version Here

Morning…

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Charles Spurgeon's Morning And Evening Devotional

Not Forgotten

There is a tradition among the members of all four branches of the military. When ambulances or airplanes carrying wounded military personnel stop to load or unload their precious cargo, everyone in the area lines up to honor, reach out, and encourage the fallen. 270 more words

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Life as we know it...

Read Job 14

Focus on verse 1-2

In the grand scheme of things, the truth can be a little harsh. When I consider my life as it fits into world history, Job’s assessment of life is accurate when he describes it as “few of days and full of trouble.” He then compares human life to that of a flower that briefly blooms and then withers and disappears. 240 more words

Daily Devotional

Daily Bible thoughts 864: Monday 26th April 2015: Philippians 4:4 -9

Philippians 4:4 -9

In a French lesson, at school, we read a story entitled ‘the naïve peasant.’ It was about a simple man who was walking down a lane, carrying a heavy pack on his back. 471 more words

Daily Bible Thoughts

God has so many things for us in this day that we must be ready

God has so many things for us in this day that we must be ready.

-Smith Wigglesworth-

Lukas 14:17

Menjelang perjamuan itu dimulai, ia menyuruh hambanya mengatakan kepada para undangan: Marilah, sebab segala sudah siap. 43 more words

DAILY DEVOTIONAL

Time To Change

A time to kill, and a time to heal;
a time to tear down, and a time to build.

Ecclesiastes 3:3

Change is difficult for me, especially when my established routines prove to be helpful to all concerned. 133 more words

Devotionals

OPEN HEAVENS DAILY DEVOTIONAL. MONDAY 27 APRIL 2015. THEME : THE BENEFITS OF SALVATION II.


MEMORISE : And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head
over all things to the church, which is his body, the fullness of him that filleth… 729 more words

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