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April 8 Read Ezekiel 21 When you think of Jehovah, what image comes to mind? After reading this chapter, it will probably be that of a warrior with glittering sword in hand, ready for battle. The Lord does not only sit on a throne in heaven governing all things; he is also the commander of […]

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February 8 Read Jeremiah 27 In this chapter, we read that the kings of the surrounding nations sent ambassadors to meet with King Zedekiah to form an alliance against Nebuchadnezzar. But God sent Jeremiah to them with a sobering message to squash out the false confidence that this potential alliance brought. No army could save […]

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December 8 Read 2 Kings 19 Even though Rabshakeh was no longer in Jerusalem, he continued to attack the nation of Judah by sending a threatening letter to King Hezekiah (vv. 8–13). Hezekiah’s proper response to this intimidation was to bring the matter before the Lord. Take another look at Hezekiah’s prayer in verses 15–19. […]

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November 8–Read Hosea 7 A number of weeks ago we had a sermon about the sin of adultery, which the prophet says Israel is guilty of in Hosea 7:4. The sins of adultery and idolatry are quite related, as idolatry is committing spiritual adultery. Our pastor approached this commandment from the positive viewpoint of the […]

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October 8 Read Micah 4 After prophesying in chapter three about the terrible judgment that was going to come upon the wicked, corrupt leaders of the nation, here Micah shifts his focus to the glorious kingdom that will be established for God’s people when Jesus comes again. In this glorious kingdom, everyone will know the […]

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August 8 Read 1 Kings 20 After defeating the Syrians, Ahab ignores God’s decree to kill Ben-Hadad and instead makes a treaty with him. We do not know the exact motive of Ahab here. Perhaps he thought that a friendship with Ben-Hadad would secure an alliance with Syria against common enemies, such as Assyria. But […]

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Seeking the Lord in the Morning

What is the first thing that you reach for in the morning? Do you immediately pick up your phone to check social media? Do you look at your work or school emails and start thinking about all the tasks you need to complete? Do you grab your running shoes and head out for some exercise? […]

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