The Man in the Pictures

A Devotion Based on John 2.1-25. Jesus is not a timid soul who did not know what it means to enjoy life. It’s the other way around: the Jesus we know from the Bible is the most alive person who ever walked this earth.

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Spiritual Blindness

A Devotion Based On John 9:1-41
This chapter talked about one of Jesus’ healing stories. A man born blind was healed by Jesus publicly and it took place on the Sabbath. Interestingly, much of the focus was not on the miraculous event itself but rather on the Pharisees’ reactions to the healing on Sabbath - as they were sort of the police of Jewish laws and traditions, and the arguments emerged from it, over Jesus’ authority, identity and origin.

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Is Ignorance Bliss?

When we first become “born-again” Christians, we were on-fire, eager and excited, ready to show the world and share the Gospel. Those are never the problem, we should always be passionate bringing the Good News to the everyone around us. The problems begin when we start looking down on others, ridicule, say what we want to say before we understand the situation and context, without wisdom. Right there and then, instead of being a witness of God’s love, we become a hindrance and a stumbling block.

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A Miserable Prophet

A Devotion Based on Jonah 3.1-4.11. When you follow Jesus, you must be ready to go where he wants you to go. That's not optional. Your choice is either to go with a joyful heart or be miserable about it. Make the right choice.

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Our Creation Mandate

When we close our minds to these climate change research just because we disagree with the religious, political, and lifestyle choices of these scientists, then we have failed fulfilling both the Creation Mandate and the Great Commission. If we are truly serious about taking care of the planet God has given us, and if we are also serious about turning lost ones into disciples, then we must be able to overcome our prejudice.

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Gentle Answers

When others come with provoking questions that test our faith or our position on certain current events, let us explain our conviction in the Lord with gentleness and respect. I do believe that our gentle and respectful answers would invite others to more conversations. Conversations that can lead to opportunities for us to share about the love, hope, forgiveness and redemption found in Christ Jesus.

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First Thing First

When we are asked by others to help them distinguish between right or wrong, then we will help them judge what is right and what is wrong. But we won’t judge with our own limited knowledge and opinion, but instead we will always seek the will of the Father through his word.

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Love Is The Answer

A Devotion Based on Luke 5.27-32
Think about this: how can we be transformed unless we are surrounded by community who loves Jesus and support us? How do we expect people to change if we don’t even accept them in church and love them like Jesus does? Where and how can they be transformed except by God’s grace among God’s people in his church?

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Little Watchers

A Devotion Based on 2 Peter 2:1-3

It is okay to tell kids that you don’t know. That’s not a big deal. What is dangerous is when you, as their parent and as their teacher, fail to live your life according to what you teach them from the Bible. When kids see you as hypocrites, they will most likely leave the church when they become adults.

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