Monthly Archives: June 2015

Where have I heard that voice before? –part 1

The Word for today: 1 Samuel 2 Over the next couple days, I’m going to write about the concepts of voice and influence. But first, in order to consider scriptural voices, I’m going to have to hush up and let … Continue reading

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the hinges and the Door

The Word for today: 1 Samuel 1 Samuel. The only person in the Old Testament who was at one and the same time a prophet (1 Samuel 3:20) a priest (1 Samuel 7:9) and a judge (1 Samuel 7:6, 15). … Continue reading

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don’t leave your best dress in the closet

The Word for today: Ruth 4 Every now and then we come across a Bible verse that stands for something much larger than what it seems to be saying. One of those verses is Ruth 3:3: Wash yourself therefore, and … Continue reading

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a preview of the Redeemer

The Word for today: Ruth 3 Our reading schedule gave us only two days in the book of Ruth. But we could not begin to do justice to this great romance in such a short time. Therefore we borrowed some … Continue reading

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handfuls of purpose

The Word for today: Ruth 2 And when she rose up to glean, Boaz commanded his young men, saying, “Let her glean even among the sheaves, and reproach her not: And let fall also some of the handfuls on purpose … Continue reading

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