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A heart inspired: Devotional Commentary for December 9-15

This is the season of our Savior's birth: the record of His First Coming, the beginning of the fulfillment of the Promise of Redemption. It is a familiar story. We know the main events and recall major occurrences. But at times, we miss significant details which seem less momentous but very important. Here is a passage from Luke's record, reflecting Mary's response to God's Favor upon her. Luke 1:46-55…

content in God's Will: Devotional Commentary for December 2-8

This is the season of our Savior's Birth: the record of His First Coming, the beginning of the fulfillment of the Promise of Redemption. It is a familiar Story. We know the main events and recall major occurrences. But at times, we miss significant details which seem less momentous but very important. Here is a passage from Luke's record in which we observe the Power of God's moving touch at work,…

Puzzled yet believed: Devotional Commentary for November 25-December 1

This is the season of our Savior's Birth: the record of His First Coming, the beginning of the fulfillment of the Promise of Redemption. It is a familiar Story. We know the main events and recall major occurrences. But at times, we miss significant details which seem less momentous but very important. Here is a portion from Luke's record, publicly declaring the First Coming of the Messiah: Luke 1:26–38…

Still lunchtime? Devotional Commentary for November 18-24

John 4:20-26 (NASB) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. 4:20 "Our fathers worshiped in this mountain, and you people say that in Jerusalem is the place where men ought to worship." After having acknowledged Jesus as a Prophet, the Samaritan woman attempted to advance a different line of…

Heard, listened, and saw: Devotional Commentary for November 11-17

John 4:15–19 (NASB) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. 4:15-19 15The woman said to Him, "Sir, give me this water, so I will not be thirsty nor come all the way here to draw." 16He said to her, "Go, call your husband and come here." 17The woman answered and said, "I have no husband."…

Toiling in Samaria? Devotional Commentary for November 4-10

John 4:3–14 (NASB) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. 4:3-6 3He left Judea and went away again into Galilee. 4He had to pass through Samaria. 5So He came to a city of Samaria called Sychar, near the parcel of ground that Jacob gave to his son Joseph; 6And Jacob's well was there. So…

What moves your heart? Devotional Commentary for October 28-November 3

Luke 15:25-32 (GW) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. This is the story of the prodigal son, his forgiving father, and his judgmental elder brother. Here is how the story concludes as Jesus tells it in Luke 15:25-32. 15:25-32 25“His older son was in the field. As he was coming back to…

When it seems it's over: Devotional Commentary for October 21-27

Luke 15:17-24 (GW) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. This is the story of the prodigal son, his forgiving father, and his judgmental elder brother. This is how Jesus continues to tell the story in Luke 15:17-24. 15:17-24 17“Finally, he came to his senses. He said, ‘How many of my father’s…

Restless at heart: Devotional Commentary for October 14-20

Luke 15:11-16 (GW) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. This is the story of the prodigal son, his forgiving father, and his judgmental elder brother. This is how the story begins as Jesus told it in Luke 15:11-16. 15:11-16 11Then Jesus said, “A man had two sons. 12The younger son said…

Through the Eyes of Christ: Devotional Commentary for October 7-13

Romans 14:14-18 (NASB) This is the Word of God. May the Spirit of Truth give us Wisdom and Insight to receive what has been conveyed through His Word by His Inspiration. 14:14-18 14I know and am convinced in the Lord Jesus that nothing is unclean in itself; but to him who thinks anything to be unclean, to him it is unclean. 15For if because of food your brother is hurt, you are no longer walking…

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