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WHAT KIND OF HABITS ARE you creating during this time? I know this is a difficult season for all, our lives have changed drastically, our children’s lives have changed; but God doesn’t change and there’s things He requires of you. Humans are creatures of habits and what you do during this time can create good…

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DO YOU DESPISE GOD? Despise translated as, “to regard as unworthy of one’s notice or consideration.” Before you answer, let me expound: do you act as if He is unworthy of your consideration and speak of Him as if this were so by not praying and seeking His guidance, but going your own way and…

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CAST INTO THE FIRE. The furnace was not a test of faith; whether or not to bow down to an idol was the test. The three young Jewish men passed the test and were thrown into the fire because of their faith. It was the OT prophet’s unswerving loyalty to God that caused him such…

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SELF-RIGHTEOUS MUCH? Self-righteous defined: characterized by a certainty, especially an unfounded one, that one is totally correct or morally superior. Synonyms for the self-righteous man are: smug, sanctimonious, self satisfied. I’m very leery of people who accuse of others of wrong doing and how they have been wronged by those people. Pay attention. The self-righteous…

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REVELATION-REPENTANCE-REVIVAL- rejoicing. Many of the returned exiles during the rebuilding of the temple and city wall no longer understood Hebrew. So, a group of dedicated men helped the exiles to understand the law and to apply it to their lives. “So they read distinctly from the book, in the Law of God; and they gave…

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“THANKS”, IS A FREQUENT WORD in the OT, Hebrew “todah”. It is most often used in connection with joy, praise and song; expressing thanks for who God is and for His wondrous deeds of supernatural power. Under the law, the fellowship offerings were most often a todah, a sacrifice of thanksgiving. In Ezra 10:11, “make…

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