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About harleynd

I completed my second year at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana this year where I will earn my Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies and Biblical Studies in May 2015. This summer I am at home working at Grace Church in Wooster, Ohio as Spiritual Growth/Grace Groups Intern.

July 1: The New Deal

Read Hebrews 9:1-28 The day my parents replaced my twin bed with a full-sized one was a great day! The twin was fine for the time-being, but my feet were starting to hang over the end. I didn’t realize quite … Continue reading

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June 28: Can I Lose My Salvation?

Read Hebrews 6:1-20 If anyone ever feels like they’ve learned enough to figure God or the Bible out, I encourage them to read the book of Hebrews, specifically this chapter. Hebrews 6:4-6 are some of the most difficult verses in … Continue reading

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June 26: Entering God’s Rest

Read Hebrews 4:1-16 Some of the most popular responses to, “How are you doing?” are, “Busy!”, “So busy!”, or “Crazy busy!” We often feel sinfully lazy if not busy and use a response like these to earn approval for productivity … Continue reading

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June 18: Be Holy

Read Leviticus 19:1-20:27 “Be holy, for I am holy.” This, the resounding theme of the book of Leviticus, is found in these two chapters three times (19:2, 20:7, 26) and is the inspiration behind the title of this devotional series. … Continue reading

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June 17: It’s in the Blood

Read Leviticus 17:1-18:30 If you have a preference for medium-rare steak, you should be thankful that believers are no longer under the Levitical law. However, the principle behind the law against the eating of blood still trickles into the lives … Continue reading

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June 12: Your Consecration

Read Leviticus 8:1-36 Have you ever been to a high school graduation? Nearly the whole town comes out to see students be ceremoniously declared adults, in a sense. I remember my own two years ago. It’s a big deal when … Continue reading

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June 9: Love the Lord With All Your Fat, Kidneys and Liver

Read Leviticus 3:1-4:35 Was that strange? This may all seem like a lot of gruesome details unnecessarily repeated. Whenever words are repeated this much in the Bible, however, there has to be a significance and purpose beyond repulsing the 21st … Continue reading

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