Monthly Archives: December 2018

Unchanging

Recently, while looking at the promise that God will never leave or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5), we stated that content helps us better apply that promise.  Today, we’ll look at another promise that is again best understood and applied when … Continue reading

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Endures Forever

Why not spend more time on what endures? (To receive free daily devotions via email, subscribe at:  http://www.theteachableheart.com/blogs—daily-devotions.html. For more information about the ministry, or to order the devotional books, visit:  http://www.theteachableheart.com/books.html).

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Small, Yet Significant

Note:  Today’s Teachable Moment was written by my late sister’s youngest son, Josh.  He and his wife (Taylor) recently had their first child (Caleb), making my parents great grandparents for the first time. It was Christmas Day and we had … Continue reading

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Enough

“Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” (Hebrews 13:5) It has to be one of the most comforting promises in Scripture.  The God of the universe is with us – today, tomorrow, and forever.  What joy and confidence … Continue reading

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Fall Forward

“Even if you fall on your face, you’re still moving forward.” (Victor Kiam) Perhaps like me, you smiled when you read these words.  I smiled because I’ve literally fallen on my face many times.  My most “spectacular face plant” was … Continue reading

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Dabble or Dive

I pray that your partnership with us in the faith may be effective in deepening your understanding of every good thing we share for the sake of Christ. (Philemon 1:6) Dabbling.  That’s how I’d describe my involvement in many activities.  … Continue reading

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Cantique de Noel

At the age of 8, he lost a hand to a shotgun accident.  As a result, he turned his attention to fields of work that would not require two hands, including poetry, journalism, and wine-making.  He would become well-known for … Continue reading

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