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Friday Devotional- Jesus in the Books of 1&2 Kings: The Promise Keeper

The river of society has a current that’s flowing fast and furious. We can feel it pulling us down at times. Just think of the pull we’re feeling right now with the riots and coronavirus stuff going on. With all its political pull, with the elections coming up, it’s crazy. It’s pulling our society downward with all its might. It would be much easier to just give in and float along with the current, right? But God calls us to fight against that current, to swim against the flow with everything we have. It may not be easy for us, and we may feel like we’re swimming alone, but we definitely know it’s the right thing to do. In the Books of Kings, we read of many rulers who go with the flow. It might even be said that they actually add to the downward pull, just like our leaders can do. They openly sin, serve and worship other gods, and really don’t care one way or the other what is right, or what people think.

Sand in and Hour Glass - The End

Tuesday Truth - Everything Eventually Ends

Everything eventually ends - sometimes we long for something to be over, like a trial, health crisis, or a pandemic. Other times we wish things could stay just as they are forever, a beautiful day, a special event, a moment we wish we could freeze. Events shape us and change us and we're meant to be different afterwards.

Individual candles lit in a dark room

Monday Mission - Spread the Light

How can you be a light during this time in history? So much violence, pain, suffering, sickness and loss and yet God is at work and he wants us to continue working to spread the light and hope of Christ to those around us.

Friday Devotional- Jesus in the Books of 1 & 2 Samuel: King of Kings

These books are called Samuel, not because he’s the author, but because he’s the one that God directed to anoint the first two kings of Israel, Saul and David. The books talk about who these two kings were, how they ended up on the throne, and how they did while leading. But in truth, the books are really about the Ultimate King. We see who God is, what He does, and what life is like with Him or without Him. These books are honest about sin and society, and full of hope and salvation.