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October 21 – 35 Prayers in the Bible – Job

Read Job 42:1-17 In the spirit of the new sermon series on prayer starting today at Grace Church, we will be looking at 35 prayers in the Bible over the next 5 weeks. Our writers will share with you these … Continue reading

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October 20: Jesus as the “Sun of Righteousness”

Read Malachi 3:18-4:6 These verses represent the last Old Testament words to be written.  More than 400 years of silence from heaven would follow these lines before God’s next recorded revelation to man as an angel announced the birth of John … Continue reading

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October 19: Jesus In a Furnace

Read Daniel 3:1-30 Look! I see four men walking around in the fire, unbound and unharmed, and the fourth looks like a son of the gods (v25). When Shadrach’s, Meshach’s and Abednego’s obedience to God led them straight into the middle … Continue reading

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October 18: Jesus as the “Branch of Righteousness”

Read Jeremiah 23:1-8 As Jeremiah penned these words, the once unified nation of Israel was divided.  There were the ten northern tribes who retained the name “Israel” and the two southern tribes called “Judah.”  But they had not only experienced something … Continue reading

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October 17: Isaiah Tells of Jesus

Read Isaiah 53:1-12 Israel was in a tight spot. They’d been exiled and held captive in a far away land. When they returned, they found their homeland in ruins. Jerusalem lay decimated from the conquest, and the people were beyond despair. … Continue reading

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October 16: Jesus, David’s Refuge

Read Psalm 16:1-11; Acts 2:14-26 This psalm begins with expressions of devotion, which may be applied to Christ; but ends with such confidence of a resurrection, as must be applied to Christ, and to him only.  – Matthew Henry When the Holy … Continue reading

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October 15: The Lord said to my Lord?

Read Psalm 110:1-7;  Mark 12:35-37;  Acts 2:32-37 As the second member of the Trinity, Jesus is God.  Being God, Jesus enjoys all of the amazing fullness of the Father and is one with the Father, and yet mysteriously is somehow separate from the … Continue reading

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