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PSALM 28

A DESPERATE MAN WHO PRAISED GOD FOR DELIVERANCE Read all 9 verses of Psalm 28 then consider these reflections. The trials that came upon King David were not common place or trivial. David realized he was in the midst of … Continue reading

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PSALM 31

WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY? Please read Psalm 31 and consider the following reflections: Most people make good neighbors, but some neighbors are difficult to live with.  King David had neighbors who were the difficult kind. They treated David more … Continue reading

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GOD’S SPECIFIC COMMANDS AND DIVINE SILENCE

  When a pharmacist receives a “script” from the doctor he knows he cannot change the medicine the doctor specifically prescribed. Whether or not the pharmacist thinks he can improve upon the doctor’s prescription, or thinks changing the prescription would … Continue reading

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THE LORD’S CHURCH IN THE NORTHEAST U.S.

  One fifth of all the people who live in the United States live in the northeastern states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. It is almost 1,000 miles from Nashville, … Continue reading

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HE LOVED THE INDIANS OF NEW ENGLAND

Did you know the first Bible printed in America was not printed in the English language? It was printed in the Algonquin (native American Indian) language in 1663 by John Eliot, a Puritan minister who came to America from England. … Continue reading

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THE DAY OF THE LORD IS COMING!

“The great Day of the Lord is near –– near and coming quickly!” (Zephaniah 1:14). Zephaniah lived during the reign of Judah’s king Josiah (640-609 BC) –– over 2600 years ago –– and his words were spoked with urgency and … Continue reading

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IS YOUR GOD HOMELESS?

“My house remains a ruin” (Haggai 1:9) After the children of Israel returned to their homeland from Babylonian captivity, they faced stiff opposition from their neighbors and decided not to continue re-building the temple of God (read about it in … Continue reading

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