Mon – Jan 30

Exodus 1-3; Galatians 5 Gal 5 In verse 19, Paul talks about the “acts of the flesh”, while in verse 22, he talks of the “fruits of the Spirit”. The acts of the flesh are just that. Acts or actions. Things we do when we choose to live in the flesh. Actions that we engage […]

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Mon -Jan 23

Gen 41-42, Mark 16 There are few people with more reason to be angry, or to hold a grudge than Joesph. These people were his brothers, but they were also the ones he had begged for his life. Giving grace is hard enough in an average day. We tend to hold on to grudges for […]

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Mon -Jan 16

Genesis 28-29; Mark 11 In verses 23-25, Jesus tells the disciples that if they believe with their whole heart what they pray for, it can be done for them. What we believe in prayer, we must believe with our whole heart.  It is inconsistent to pray that we believe through God all things are possible, […]

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Fri -Jan 13

Gen 26-27 Mark 10 Esek, Sitnah, and Rehoboth Contention, Hostility, Open spaces (the Lord’s blessing) Isaac was a powerful man.  He could have easily taken that first well, and been done with digging. Issac was a peaceful man, and more importantly, a Godly man   In  chapter 26, God tells Issac to go where  He […]

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Mon -Jan 9

Gen 16-18, Mark 6 Choices Ishmael must have lived in turmoil wondering where he belonged.  Especially once Issac was born.  One could hardly blame him.  It wasn’t like his father actually loved his mother. She was a means to an end. I imagine a young boy trying to figure out where he belonged. Constantly trying […]

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Wed -Jan 4 pt 2

Mark 3 Good Morning, In verse 13, and 14, Jesus chose His disciples.  He chose 12.  The number of tribes in Israel.  Continuing to keep the correlation between the Old Testament and the New. He choose sinners, and men who worked hard to take care of their families. Not rich men, or scholars.  He choose […]

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