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22 Sivan – Paths of Righteousness

Have you ever noticed how the Bible tells the same story over and again? I have. In fact, I’ve come to the conclusion that the Bible is essentially the same story told to us in different ways. The same themes are taught repeatedly, just though different biblical...

21 Sivan – The Power of the Tongue

It’s believed that, on this day, after making some disparaging remarks about her brother, Miriam was stricken with leprosy and removed outside the camp for seven days:      “So the anger of the Lord was aroused against them, and He departed. And when...

20 Sivan – One King, One LORD

It was on this day in 1967 that the Old City of Jerusalem was annexed and joined to the new city of Jerusalem. With that decision, for the first time in 2000 years, a united Jerusalem was placed under Israeli control. Since then, the world’s leaders have been trying...

19 Sivan – In One Accord

In Acts 15, we read how some believers in Jerusalem went to the believers in Antioch and told them:  “Unless you are circumcised according to the custom of Moses, you cannot be saved.” (Acts 15:1) With that statement they said, or at least inferred, that the...

16 Sivan – He Will Send His Angels

Tradition has it that on this day Jacob, having erected the monument at Gilead that constituted a covenant between him and Lavan, departed for Canaan. According to the Bible, as he did, he met a group of angels. It’s recorded in Genesis 32: So Jacob went on his way,...

15 Sivan – Poisoned By Bitterness

Do you know someone who has the need to be the center of attention? Someone who always has to be in the spotlight? Someone who, in their mind anyway, seems to know just a bit more than you do? Most likely, we all know people like that but what is it that makes them...

14 Sivan – When History Fails to Repeat

It was on this day in the 1st century that Jewish forces captured the Antonio Fortress in Jerusalem and, consequently, initiated the Jewish revolt against Rome. This revolt would eventually lead to the destruction of Jerusalem, the Temple and the scattering of the...

13 Sivan – Return To Him

In the previous devotion we spoke of how the world wants change while the Creator calls  for mankind to return to Him. Through the Scripture we understand that, repentance - to return - is the first step that leads to restoration. And as we shared previously, God...

11 Sivan – Patience Is A Virtue

John Wesley, founder of the Methodist denomination, once wrote in his diary:  “Let none think his labor is lost because the fruit does not immediately appear.” It’s human nature to be impatient, whether as a parent, in your job or in the ministry. We want things...

10 Sivan – Unity of the Faith

Believe it or not, Christians are facing situations, debates and a cultural environment that is very similar to what believers of the 1st century faced. In many ways we are reliving the 1st century. If that’s so, what can we learn from those 1st century believers? One...

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