Daily Devotional 7-13-17

Posted by on Jul 13, 2017 in Daily Devotional, General

Volume 16, Number 27                               July 13th, 2017 Dear Bill, This is a weekly devotional from Al Baker. It is sent out every Thursday morning. You are receiving this e-mail because you signed up or requested to be added to the e-mail list. You can also view the archive of this devotional here. FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITS volume 16, number 28, July 13, 2017 “. . . the spirits of the righteous made perfect.” -Hebrews 12:24  What...

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Daily Devotional 7-12-17

Posted by on Jul 12, 2017 in Daily Devotional, General

Word on Wednesday – by John Mason ‘Trustworthy’ – July 12, 2017 Daniel then said to the king, “O king, live forever! My God sent his angel and shut the lions’ mouths so that they would not hurt me, because I was found blameless before him; and also before you, O king, I have done no wrong.” (Daniel 6:21,22). Many New Yorkers, together with many in the West, follow a fashionable mantra: ‘All religions are the same’. This popular form of pluralism seems to...

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Daily Devotional 7-11-17

Posted by on Jul 11, 2017 in Daily Devotional, General

I Saw a Sinner, Jesus Sees a Saint By Joel A. Hess – I saw an old man, wrinkled and worn, tired of dialysis and the smell of urine and medicine. Jesus sees a saint, brand spanking new, and the sun casting a shadow behind him. I saw a young girl, ashamed of the day she let them kill her child, hoping no one finds out. Jesus sees a saint. You can’t convince Him otherwise. It’s as if she’s done nothing wrong. I saw a fella who just a couple of days ago said for the...

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Daily Devotional 7-10-17

Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 in Daily Devotional, General

Reverend Dr. Samuel Miller (1769-1850) on the Unity of the Church Portico, Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary. In this age, called the Secular Age, by Canadian philosopher, Charles Taylor, the Church of our Lord Jesus Christ must, by pure force of defense from the many antagonists (which, also, shakes immature believers and those, for instance, who have been wounded by the sins or failures of mortal men within the Church), increasingly seek tangible, faithful...

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Daily Devotional 7-9-17

Posted by on Jul 9, 2017 in Daily Devotional, General

Theological Ambassador Part II – France JULY 10, 2017 ~PASTORKOCH By Scott Keith – A Recap The Reformation was firmly ensconced in the German lands and began to move to other countries. It even reached France. In 1534, Melanchthon was invited to France to defend the Lutheran position to King Francis, who seemed to favor the Reformation. Melanchthon responded that he would do what was within his power for the sake of true religion (CR: 2, 739). Melanchthon expressed a...

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