Monthly Archives: March 2020

11 Days or 40 Years?

As Moses began to retell the story of Israel’s exodus out of Egypt and their time at Mt. Sinai, he threw in this important detail: Now it is ordinarily an eleven-day journey from Horeb to Kadesh Barnea by way of Mount Seir. (Deuteronomy … Continue reading

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Faith, Action, and Love

He was one of the few people who amazed Jesus.  And by all accounts he was an amazing guy who had the respect and admiration of everyone.  Was he one of the disciples?  No.  One of the Jewish leaders?  No.  … Continue reading

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Praiseworthy Protection

Lord, we praise you today for Your hand of protection over us!   (To receive free daily devotions via email, subscribe at: https://theteachableheart.com/classrooms-%26-devotions. For more information about the ministry, or to order the devotional books, visit: https://theteachableheart.com/books.)

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The Real Danger

As their king, David had an important part to play in keeping God’s people safe.  Just like today, Israel was surrounded by hostile enemies, and Jerusalem’s walls required constant guarding.  As their leader, David was aware of the threats from … Continue reading

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A Breath of Life

There will undoubtedly be countless stories which emerge following the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic.  But perhaps none will be better than that of Don Giuseppe Berardelli.  Berardelli was a 72 year-old priest serving a parish in Casnigo, Italy.  As one of … Continue reading

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Not a Blind Faith

Perhaps you’re familiar with the accounts of how the disciples readily dropped everything and followed Jesus.  And certainly they set a wonderful example of willingness to make the pursuit of Christ a top priority. However, recently I reread Jesus’ calling … Continue reading

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Fill in the Blank

As a student, I loved “fill in the blank” test questions.  They were as easy as they came!  Yet there is one fill in the blank question that far too many people miss – and miss with serious consequences.  It … Continue reading

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