Friday, Feb 28, 2020

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Desperate Times Call for Desperate Worship

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 74 Once again, I encourage you to read the Psalm in its entirety and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to you directly through His Word. We have covered a number of Psalms attributed to David, and...

The Loving Father, the Righteous Judge

Today's Scripture Lesson: Psalms 50 As always, I encourage you to open your Bible and read the passage on your own. In our last study, we talked about how the Psalms are a mirror for the soul. The mirror is dull,...

Are You Toiling With Obligation or Rejoicing in Relationship?

Today's Scripture Lesson: Psalms 39, 44 Today, we continue our study of the Psalms. We will be looking closely at Psalms 39 and 44. These two Psalms are attributed to David (39) and the Sons of Korah (44). (If you...

The Potency and Totality of Worship

Today's Scripture Lesson: Psalms Chapters 10-13 Growing up in a Christian family, being the son of a minister, attending services at various churches and different denominations, and moving to several different towns and cities, I’ve had numerous opportunities to see...

Experiencing God’s Faithfulness with Faith and Belief

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Ezra Chapters 1-3, Haggai 1-2, Zechariah 1-3  In a previous Bible Study To Go article, we took a look at Ezra and the story of the exiles returning to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. Today, let's continue looking...

Distracted by Destruction: Staying Focused on Who God Is

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Ezra Chapters 2-3  As a bit of a history buff, two of the books from the Bible I enjoy reading are Ezra and Nehemiah. A good number of scholars believe these two books are two halves of...

Seeking the Treasures of Lady Wisdom

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Proverbs 8 Proverbs is an interesting word. It’s the title of a book from the Bible, but we also hear it used when speaking of eastern religion. Confucius is known for doling out wisdom in the form...

When Justice Blinds Us to God’s Covenant

Today's Scripture Lesson: Genesis 34 The Converted Con Man Genesis 34 finds us in about the midway point of the story of Jacob. If you’ll recall, Jacob managed to swindle his brother, Esau, out of his birthright for a bowl of...
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