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  • RNDL 11:47 on 2017-10-20 Permalink | Reply
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    If Christians spent HALF the time in Bible study and gospel proclamation that they devote to politics, sports, and entertainment, the church would be mature and would please God.

     
  • RNDL 11:41 on 2017-10-20 Permalink | Reply
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    If you can’t spell, do you know how to think? Inability with one leads people to wonder about the other.

     
  • RNDL 10:35 on 2017-10-18 Permalink | Reply
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    Have one of those days when every article and devotional speaks to you? Yup, today for me.

     
  • RNDL 09:41 on 2017-10-18 Permalink | Reply
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    Great introductory paragraph to a great article.
    “Joseph is one of the great characters of the OT. The story of Joseph is second only to Abraham in space. God never uses space in the Bible unwisely or without purpose. There must be worthwhile lessons in the life of Joseph.” —Wayne Holland

    http://mailchi.mp/19f4b7d0afe8/daily-droplets

     
  • RNDL 08:12 on 2017-10-18 Permalink | Reply
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    Remember the line “Water, water, and nary a drop to drink”? Here at my house now it’s “Food, food, and nary a bite to eat”!

     
  • RNDL 07:46 on 2017-10-18 Permalink | Reply
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    Can you pray this prayer? “The day when we live.”

    The day when we live

    Say amen at the end, if you can.

     
  • RNDL 08:40 on 2017-10-17 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: pattern, persecution   

    Very Important Point here about embracing persecution, by my friend Don R.

    Imitating the first-century​ church

     
  • RNDL 23:33 on 2017-10-15 Permalink | Reply
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    A biblical word/concept that lately is getting my attention: mercy.

     
  • RNDL 15:45 on 2017-10-15 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: silence, Struggles   

    “Have you ever felt that your personal struggle, temptation, or challenge is especially burdensome? Perhaps you feel your thorn in the flesh is unmentionable. You might consider it more shameful, embarrassing, or onerous than the burdens that others bear. You keep it to yourself, instead of letting other saints help you with it.”

    Which struggle would you swap yours for?

     
  • RNDL 14:22 on 2017-10-15 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Amos, make-believe, reality   

    “… complacent, uncaring sinners in a world of make-believe.” Comment on Amos 9.10 in 21st Century edition of New Bible Commentary. Not a few people still living in a make-believe world. May God help us see reality.

     
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