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Christmas Devotion- Day 12

Christmas Devotion- Day 12

And Wonders of His Love The Webster's dictionary describes Wonder as something or someone that is very surprising, beautiful, amazing, etc. All through the Bible, we see the wonders of His love for us, How He saved us while we were still sinners (Romans 5:8), He made us alive with Christ (Ephesians 2:4-5), we are called the Sons and daughters of God (2 Corinthians 6:18). The list goes on and what is so amazing is that He created us to fellowship with Him, to be His family. The Father knew that He would have to redeem us, but he loved...


Christmas Devotion- Day 11

Christmas Devotion- Day 11

And Makes The Nations Prove The Glories of His Righteousness      The definition of the word prove is to demonstrate the truth or existence of something by evidence or argument. Jesus told us to go into all the world and preach the good news (Mark 16). In this song and in scripture, the nations are typically a reference to the different people groups around the world, not necessarily their government, as we often think of it today. As the good news of the free gift of righteousness apart from works (Romans 5:17 and 3:28) spreads through the earth, it bears...


Christmas Devotional- Day 10

Christmas Devotional- Day 10

He Rules The World With Truth and Grace     The Word became flesh and dwelt among us! In John 1:1, it says, "In the very beginning was the Word, the Word was with God, and it was God." Think about it Jesus was the actual Word of God, full of glory, demonstrating the Father's love to us. Mary even said to the Angel concerning conceiving the messiah, "Let it be according to your word," she watched as that Word she received grew inside her until she held the Word made flesh. Wow, How powerful is the Word, and what a...


Christmas Devotion- Day 9

Christmas Devotion- Day 9

Nor thorns Infest The Ground: He Comes To Make His Blessings Flow Far As The Curse Is Found. Following the theme of the previous verse—we know that all of creation was subjected to the curse of sin. This earth, as beautiful as it is, doesn’t operate as it was originally designed. It’s worth noting that God didn’t curse the earth; mankind did through their disobedience. What we see now on earth and in the lives of people is not the will of God. The will of God was seen in the life of Jesus, when people were healed and set free. Christ...


Christmas Devotion- Day 8

Christmas Devotion- Day 8

No More Let Sins and Sorrows Grow Since the fall of mankind, sin and all its consequences have reigned in the earth. People were born into a situation that they could not escape. They were slaves to a sin nature, and apart from the Jewish nation, there was no one with access to God. Even inside of the nation of Israel, the Law was the method of relating to God for that time. The Bible clearly shows that the Law actually increased mankind’s awareness of sin (Romans 3:20). In a sense, it gave life to (Romans 7:9) and made obvious...

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