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Our Daily Bread Ministries Quotes (Author of Our Daily Bread - January / February / March 2019)

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Travel to King David's Jerusalem (Episode 1)

Our Daily Bread Devotional

During the interview process for my entry-level position, I learned that the company did not place high value on work experience. Instead, personal qualities such as the ability to solve problems creatively, exercise good judgment, and work well with a team were more important. The company assumed new workers could be taught the necessary skills as long as they were the kind of people the company was looking for. Our church experienced an agonizing loss when Paul, our gifted worship minister, died at the age of thirty-one in a boating accident. Now there would be another grave near the small graves of these little ones. The life-crushing crisis this family experienced hit those who loved them like a knockout blow to the head. David was no stranger to personal and family crises.

I do, however, miss the print editions because I like to run my fingers through the glossy pages and cut out my favorite recipes. I also have a digital edition of the Bible on my reading device. But I still have my favorite printed Bible—the one I have underlined and read many times. The best place for His Word lies deep in our souls. I pray that God will help us store His Word in the best place possible—our hearts. They could readily determine their latitude north or south of the equator by the length of the day or height of the sun.

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What God Looks Like, August 5-9, 2019

During a discussion of The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, a teenager said he prefers his stories in books rather than movies. Each one traveled a road of difficulty and doubt, yet chose to obey God. How easy it is to rush through our Bible reading without pondering the people and events in the text. Charles W. In , he compiled selections from books of history, science, philosophy, and fine art into fifty volumes called The Harvard Classics.

After getting him there one day, I foolishly let him off his leash. He sprinted home, back to his place of safety. That experience reminded me of a man I met on a plane, who began apologizing to me as we taxied down the runway. During the interview process for my entry-level position, I learned that the company did not place high value on work experience. Instead, personal qualities such as the ability to solve problems creatively, exercise good judgment, and work well with a team were more important Our church experienced an agonizing loss when Paul, our gifted worship minister, died at the age of thirty-one in a boating accident.

There was a time when the opinion of an expert in any field was taken as correct and final. But today we often seek the advice of many professionals until we find the one we think is best. This has given us many valuable benefits. But when we are looking for answers about our eternal destiny, only one opinion matters. God has the final answer. In Acts , Peter boldly declared that Jesus is the only name given by God through which we can be saved.

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  1. Jezabel G. says:

    Daily encouragement and inspiration to draw closer to God each day.

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