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TODAY’S DEVOTION

My determined purpose is that I may know Him. (Philippians 3:10 AMP)

The Supreme Ambition

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  • Verse of the Day

    Thoughts on Today’s Verse… When someone wanders from God’s path, let’s not take their rebellion frivolously. God has given us the tremendous blessing of carrying on the work of our Savior, Jesus, who came to seek and save the lost (Mark 10:45; Luke 10:10). Jesus calls us to help the wayward return home to the Savior […] More

  • The Supreme Ambition

    There are few words in his writings which reveal how committed to the Lord Jesus this man was. The whole context is one consummate outpouring of his heart to the One whom he said had “apprehended” him, and he focuses all in a brief half sentence: “That I may know Him.” The impressive thing about […] More

  • Verse of the Day

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    Today’s VerseFaith comes by hearing the pure message of truth in the Word of God, the gospel of our salvation. And Paul rejoiced that when this group of Christians HEARD this message of truth, they BELIEVED, and when they believed they were immediately SEALED with the promised Holy Spirit. The moment that a sinner believes […] More

  • Spirit-motivated Surrender

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    When the Spirit of Christ has the hungry heart prepared, there will be surrender. No struggle; no questions. “We reason when we ought to repose; we doubt when we ought to depend. Confidence in our Father’s love is the true corrective in all things.” “For I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that […] More

  • Verse of the Day

    Today’s Verse The writer of Hebrews often directs the gaze of those who read his epistle, to words and wisdom in the Old Testament as a warning to avoid their mistakes. The counsel in Proverbs 3 is to accept that chastening rod of God, for as an earthly father corrects his son, so our Heavenly […] More

  • Gain Through Loss

    As far as our Father is concerned, the early and middle years of the Christian life have to do primarily with our spiritual development. Maturity must underlie all abiding effectiveness. Most of our service during this time is learning how not to do it. “ “Incalculable harm has been done to the deeper spirituality of […] More

  • Service to God, Standards of Good

    Threefold LifeThe Christian life is a three-fold experience – three phases, planned by the Trinity. 1) Salvation : 2) Sanctification : 3) Service.  FIRST: we come to Christ for salvation. Our sins are forgiven. We are born from above and become a new man. He becomes related to US.  SECOND: we live in Christ for sanctification.. to […] More

  • Verse of the Day

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    Thoughts on Today’s Verse… As Christians, we are not called to isolate ourselves from culture. We are not called to be hermits detached from the lost world around us. Instead, we are to recognize that we are in this world of darkness to live as light — not as little candles tucked away in some […] More

  • Filled With God’s Fullness

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    The spiritual person judges all things, but is himself to be judged by no one. (1 Corinthians 2:15 ESV)   We have to continually ask the question: “Is Christ everything in this matter, or am I wanting my own way? Am I allowing my own feelings, desires and likes to dominate or is Christ everything? […] More

  • Verse of the Day

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    Thoughts on Today’s Verse… Living with urgency doesn’t mean living recklessly. It means living with holy abandon to honor God and with a holy passion to make each moment count for righteousness while knowing that we are at war against the evil powers (Ephesians 6:10-12). That means we must be intentional about our choices, taking […] More

  • The Essential Nature of the Christian

    What is the believer? In God’s sight the believer is one in whom Christ is implanted, and God never looks at Christ in a limited way. He always looks at Him in an absolute way, and when Christ is implanted at the beginning of our life it is not as though God implanted Him in a fragmentary way. […] More

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