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I don’t know of any place in Scripture that so concisely outlines the salvation we have in Jesus Christ as 2 Timothy 1.12 and the surrounding texts.

Here Paul shows us that faith entails action. It’s not just some form of intellectual assent – nodding agreement to doctrinal truths. Salvation engages us in every aspect of our lives, so that we take up a journey into Christlikeness day by day.

God promises that if we will seek Him for revival, daily and together with others, He will do great things and mysteries the likes of which we've never seen. These readings can help you work into a daily regimen of praying for revival. Download and share these readings with as many people as you can.

The book of Deuteronomy consists of a series of messages Moses delivered to the people of Israel, east of the Jordan River on the plains of Moab.

These are Moses’ last words, and they are powerful. He begins with a brief history lesson, because he is speaking to a new generation of Israelites, many of whom were born during the years of wandering in the wilderness. Moses needed to make sure they understood both the promises of God and the mistakes of their forebears, before he turned the reins of leadership over to Joshua.

When Nebuchadnezzar moves the temple treasures into the temple of his God, he makes it all about who is God, instead of about his personal wealth. Good. The battle is now joined. Next, he tries to erase the captives’ culture by changing their names. But their personalities are unchanged. There will be conflict.

We see with more than just our eyes; we see with our minds. Christians have a different mindset. This allows them to see things non-Christians don’t see — God’s hand in things, His purposes, His kingdom. Through the examples of Paul and Silas, Ananias, Simon the sorcerer, and Martha, we explain the difference between regular eyesight and seeing with Christian eyes.

Why is the world so troubled? Why are people so angry and distressed? Why is there so much sorrow, sadness, violence, want, confusion, and despair? Jesus explains it all, because Jesus is the Explanation for life as it should be – life filled with peace, joy, goodness, kindness, and love.
Read the Gospel of John and discover for yourself how Jesus can be your Explanation as well.

The Christian’s highest calling and privilege is to know Jesus Christ. To know Jesus is to know God the Father, and thus to know eternal life in Him.

Jeremiah was the last prophet of God before the fall of Jerusalem to Babylon. His message is urgent, uncompromising, and pointed. It threatens judgment from God, and it promises a new day of covenant renewal and blessings.

What do shepherds do? What can we learn from faithful shepherds in the past? This free morning-and-evening reader can help you improve your skills as a shepherd of the Lord's flock.

The view from here is awesome - Jesus, filling the world with Himself, through the likes of you and me.

Our unseen, heavenly vision plays out in daily obedience and love.