Monthly Archives: February 2017

Even There

One of the recurring themes throughout the life of Joseph was that “the Lord was with him.”  In fact, that phrase appeared about half a dozen times just in Genesis 39 alone. I am particularly curious about the circumstances during … Continue reading

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Stirring the Pot

God couldn’t have been more clear.  The words leading up to the instruction should make our ears stand up to take in what’s next.  Of this list, Matthew Henry once wrote, “These things which God hates, we must hate in … Continue reading

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Keep the Heart Soft

God has something for all of us in His Word today; keep your heart open to hear from Him.  –Dave  (To receive these free daily devotions via email, subscribe at:  http://www.theteachableheart.com/blogs—daily-devotions.html. For more information about the ministry, visit:  http://www.TheTeachableHeart.com).

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If It Were Otherwise

If most of us had a Bible Institute and/or a Christian Publishing house named after us, we might have trouble fitting our head through the door!  Not so if with evangelist Dwight L. Moody. Moody was an uneducated, yet incredibly … Continue reading

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Sprinkled Clean

We were going through a fascinating series in the book of Exodus. When we got to the part in Chapter 24 where the Israelites affirmed their covenant with God, our pastor made an interesting point.  As part of their recommitment … Continue reading

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And God Knew

The good ole’ days had come and gone. Joseph had died, and the Pharaoh whom he’d served had passed off the scene as well.  The Hebrews had gained so much – both in possessions and sheer numbers of people.  The … Continue reading

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Failure to Disclose

I’d have a strong case. Technically, what I was told was true, and based on that information, I made the purchase.  But, I regretted it ever since – primarily because of what I was NOT told upfront. According to one … Continue reading

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