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She Ate the King’s Meat

This morning I read the first couple of chapters of Esther. Hovering over chapter two. And something about Esther strikes me — she ate the king’s meat. Esther and Daniel were contemporaries. Both Jews. Both taken from their homeland. Both … Continue reading

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A Faultfinder? Nope!

Most often when a Scripture “speaks to me”, if it’s not of God’s greatness or goodness, it’s a word to me of caution or correction. But this morning, as I continue to hover over God’s One-on-one with Job, I’m encouraged. … Continue reading

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Training Grace

Not unusual, in my circles, to talk of saving grace–the unmerited favor of God which leads men and women to repentance of sin, and deliverance from sin’s bondage, by faith in the atoning work of the Son of God through … Continue reading

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Incline Our Hearts!

The house is completed (1Ki. 7:51). The ark is brought into the Holy of Holies, placed under the wings of two massive gold cherubim, and the glory of God fills the place. So, what’s left to be done? Pray! And … Continue reading

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Our Arm Every Morning

Some thoughts about today’s reading in Isaiah from 2011 . . . shortly after everything had suddenly turned upside down around here. An encouragement to me this morning. Hoping for you as well. —————————– Sometimes you just need to call … Continue reading

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