Monday, December 22nd 2014

A Picture of Humility – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for August 28, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by Bill Crowder. ************************ During the Easter season, my wife and I attended a church service where the participants sought to model the events that Jesus and His disciples experienced on the night before He was crucified. As part of the service, the church staff members washed the feet of some of the church volunteers. As I watched, I wondered which was more humbling in our day—to wash another person’s feet or to have someone else wash yours. Both […]

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Memory Loss – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for August 24, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by: Dennis Fisher. *********************** Sometimes when we face times of trouble, we may get spiritual amnesia and forget the grace of God. But a good way of reestablishing a thankful heart is to set aside undistracted time and deliberately remember God’s past provisions for us and give thanks. When the children of Israel found themselves in a barren, hot desert, they developed memory loss about the grace of God. They began to wish they were back in Egypt, enjoying […]

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Holy, Holy, Holy – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for August 10, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by: Julie Ackerman Link. ******************** “Time flies when you’re having fun.” This cliché has no basis in fact, but experience makes it seem true. When life is pleasant, time passes all too quickly. Give me a task that I enjoy, or a person whose company I love, and time seems irrelevant. My experience of this “reality” has given me a new understanding of the scene described in Revelation 4. In the past, when I considered the four living creatures […]

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Divine Perspective – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for July 27, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by Poh Fang Chia. ************************** Jason took a trip to New York during spring break. One afternoon he and some friends piled into a cab and headed for the Empire State Building. To Jason, the ride on the ground seemed chaotic and dangerous. But when he got to the observation deck of the skyscraper and looked down on the city streets, to his amazement he saw order and design. What a difference a change in perspective made! Habakkuk learned […]

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