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Friday, May 20 – 1 John 1:7

The Word says “purifies” – not will purify. There are so many who think that they may be forgiven instead of living because they have been forgiven. Forgiveness is a present thing – the privilege for this day, a joy for this very hour. The moment we came to faith by the power of the […]

Thursday, May 19 – Jeremiah 2:18

By his miracles and through his power God had proved himself to be worthy of Israel’s trust and devotion. Yet time and time again they forsook the one true and living God and followed false gods and idols. In these verses he describes it as an analogy: “Why do you leave the clear waters here […]

Wednesday, May 18 – 1 Corinthians 1:30

The mystery of sanctification is that the perfection of Jesus Christ is imparted to me, not gradually, but instantly when by faith I am made a new creature, created in Christ Jesus to do good works. Sanctification does not mean anything less than the holiness of Jesus being made manifest in me and through me. […]

Friday, June 19 – 1 John 3:18

It’s been said that “talk is cheap.” There’s some cases where I would totally agree with that! When talk isn’t backed up by action, it’s cheap, maybe even worthless. If I say I love my wife, but I treat her like dirt, that’s cheap talk. There are other cases where I would totally disagree with […]

Thursday, June 18 – Psalm 141:3, 4

This prayer God gave through his servant David 3000 years ago applies to us more than ever today, “Set a guard over my mouth, O LORD; keep watch over the door of my lips. Let not my heart be drawn to what is evil, to take part in wicked deeds with men who are evildoers; […]

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