Tag Archives: Jewish law

January 1 – Acting On My Beliefs

Note: for a variety of reasons, I am changing the format of my devotionals. If you prefer the old format, see the links at the end. I’ll explain why before the links.  Genesis 4-6 Matthew 2 (New Century Version) “While Joseph thought … Continue reading

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December 1 – No Double Agents, Just a Dirty Little Kid With a Rock

Galatians 5:1-15; Lamentations 5; Psalm 147 Juan Pujol García, from Barcelona was what many would call a failure in life. He had changed career paths many times: from chicken farming to movie theater owner to owning a rundown hotel – … Continue reading

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November 28 – Living in the Spirit

Galatians 3:1-18; Jeremiah 51-52; Psalm 144 In football, it’s the “prevent defense” which usually doesn’t prevent anything. Or it’s the high-powered offense that’s ahead and suddenly does nothing but run the ball up the middle. Instead of following the old … Continue reading

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May 13 – Malicious Accusery

Acts 21:1-36; Judges 16; Psalm 42 Christians have always been plagued by “malicious accusery.” When Jesus stood trial, false accusations rang around the room. Stephen was stoned over false accusations. As Paul sought to honor his Jewish heritage by observing … Continue reading

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