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Two Guilty Verdicts

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 28 "And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil" (Jn. 3:19). Some parade their evil deeds publicly by embracing and even applauding sin, while others cloak their evil deeds under the guise of respectability and religion. Jesus reveals the sinfulness of both categories. Nicodemus comes to Jesus under the cover of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 28
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The Last Adam

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 27 The first Adam was created in the image of God from the dust of the earth. Once formed by God, he was filled by God, "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being" (Gen. 2:7). Adam was placed in a perfect environment (the garden) and given a prohibition and a wife by God. His faith in God was tested when the serpent... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 27
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Assessing Faith, Evaluating Ministry

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 26   John the Baptist was a fireball of a preacher with an unusual ministry. The Gospels provide a number of details regarding John and his ministry: John the Baptist was rough around the edges , "Now John was clothed with camel's hair and with a leather belt around his waist, and he ate locusts and wild honey" (Mk. 1:6). John the Baptist baptized Jesus and witnessed the opening of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 26
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God and Government

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 25 "And it came to pass in those days that a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This census first took place while Quirinius was governing Syria. So all went to be registered, everyone to his own city. Joseph also went up . . . to be registered with Mary" (Lk. 2:1-5a). God's strategy becomes apparent in the movement of the empire, as He moves His people into... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 25
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Two Announcements That Shape History

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 24 God breaks four hundred years of silence when the angel Gabriel appears to an old priest named Zacharias. The angel informs Zacharias that his prayer-that his barren wife would bear a son-prayed many years earlier, has been heard, "Do not be afraid, Zacharias, for your prayer is heard; and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John . . . He will also go before Him in the spirit and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 24
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Un-sanitized Book, Unvarnished Truth

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 23 Biographers and historians often sanitize the lives of those whom they write about, leaving out salient details that mar a person or people's legacy. God does not. The Bible chronicles the nations of Israel and Judah, and the picture isn't pretty. Rebellion, idolatry, gross sexual immorality, oppression, and family and communal brokenness are revealed in all their ugliness. Israel and Judah function as a... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 23
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Final Words

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 22 Malachi, the last of the Old Testament minor prophets, proclaims a final message--and it isn't pretty! Malachi addresses the remnant that has returned from Babylon to rebuild Jerusalem and her temple. Though they have accomplished their goal, over time their hearts have drifted away from the LORD. Malachi thus calls them out for their failure to return to Him. The book of Malachi may be divided into seven... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 22
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Leaders and Their Advisory Council

  The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 21 "Now these are the priests and the Levites who came up with Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, and Jeshua: Seriah, Jeremiah, Ezra" (Neh. 12:1). Zerubbabel, the grandson of Jehoiachin, Israel's king taken into captivity and jailed for 37 years, leads Judah during the time of the return from the Babylonian exile. He leads the first group of captives back to Jerusalem in 538 BC and begins... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 21
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Bible Literacy and Spiritual Health

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 20 Ezra gathers the entire congregation together and reads to them from the Book of the Law every morning for seven days. They weep as they process what they hear. Nehemiah points out that it is not a time to weep, but to celebrate, because they “understood the words that had been made known to them” (Neh. 8:12). A fews weeks later, the leaders gather together to consecrate themselves to the LORD. They... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 20
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Vacation Bible School for Adults

  The One Year Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 19 "So Ezra the priest brought the Law before the assembly of men and women and all who could hear with understanding on the first day of the seventh month. Then he read from it in the open square that was in front of the Water Gate from morning until midday, before the men and women who could understand; and the ears of all the people were attentive to the Book of the Law" (Neh. 8:2-3). For many... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 19
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God's Work and Workers Attract Opposition

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 18 "Now it happened when Sanballat, Tobiah, Geshem the Arab, and the rest of our enemies heard that I had rebuilt the wall, and that there were no breaks left in it . . . that Sanballat and Geshem sent to me, saying, 'Come, let us meet together among the villages in the plain of Ono." But they thought to do me harm" (Neh. 6:1-2). God's work always attracts opposition, as do God's... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 18
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Nehemiah, A Career Changer

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 17 As a cupbearer, Nehemiah holds one of the most trusted positions in the king's household. The cupbearer is required to taste the king's wine, to make certain that it has not been poisoned by politically ambitious traitors. News from Jerusalem prompts Nehemiah to consider giving up this important position-to make a career change. His brother who has just returned from Jerusalem informs him about the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 17
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A Restored People

  The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 16 Seventy years in captivity have taught God's people two difficult lessons: There is no God but the Creator God and Sovereign Lord, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Captivity cures Israel of idolatry. Bible literacy and obedience are crucial to spiritual vitality. Captivity heightens the need for Bible literacy. Ezra, who can trace his lineage to Phinehas, Eleazar, and Aaron, is well... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 16
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Small Men in High Places

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 15 The book of Esther provides a peek into the lives of the exiles nearly one hundred years after they go into captivity under the Babylonians. Esther's story demonstrates God's care for those who remain in captivity instead of returning to Judah. The Jews in captivity are subject to the culture and laws of the land. Because of her beauty, Esther is taken into the harem of King Ahasuerus, and her guardian,... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 15
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God's Covert Activity

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 14 God works below the radar. Behind enemy lines. According to His time table. For His glory. He spoke to Adam and Eve regarding a Seed who would crush the head of the serpent. Who knew that Cain's murder of his brother Abel would not prevent the advent of the promised Seed? He spoke to Noah and instructed him to build an ark for the saving of His household. Who knew that through Shem would come the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 14
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A Night of Vision, A Ray of Hope

  The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 13 Zechariah is a Levite, born to captives in Babylon. He was part of the first wave of Jews who returned to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. His name means "Yahweh remembers." It is to Zechariah that God gives eight visions in one night: The vision of the riders among the myrtles (1:7-17) The vision of the four horns and the four craftsmen (1:18-21) The vision of the surveyor with the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 13
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When Work Attends Church

The One Year Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale), September 12 A rebuilt altar, temple, and city require a rebuilt people. Zechariah reminds the exiles of the behavior of their forefathers, "But they refused to heed, shrugged their shoulders, and stopped their ears so that they could not hear. Yes, they made their hearts like flint, refusing to hear the law and the words which the LORD of hosts had sent by His Spirit through the former prophets. Thus great wrath came from the LORD of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 12
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Connecting the Dots

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 11 More than eighteen years have passed since Zerubbabel had led the first wave of returnees to Jerusalem. They have built an altar to the Lord and have begun rebuilding the temple. After some months of opposition, they cease building the temple and concentrate on building their own houses and establishing their lives. Sixteen or so years later, the prophet Haggai enters the picture and addresses the incomplete temple-and it... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 11
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Seeing the End of the Story

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 10 No one knows how time will end except the One who lives outside of time. He sees the beginning and ending of time. Genesis 1 and 2 record the beginning of time, and the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ records the end of time. During the Captivity Era, the Lord brings Daniel into His confidence regarding the end of time. Daniel describes the invasion of Israel and earth's final wars: "At the time of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 10
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Decision-making During Dark Days

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 9 Apparently, some of the exiles who return to Israel, including the sons of three priests (Habaiah, Koz and Barzillai - Ezra 2:61), cannot verify their lineage, so they are excluded from the priesthood and prohibited from eating "the most holy things till a priest could consult with the Urim and Thummim" (Ezra 2:63). Captivity has taught the people hard lessons about doing things their own way. Serving as priests... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 9
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God Unlimited

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 8 Where God gives a promise, He commits His resources. God promised Jeremiah that after seventy years He would bring Judah back to their land. Seventy years have passed, and God is moving to keep His promise. Each movement of God reveals a truth about God. God moves the heart of Cyrus king of Persia, a pagan king, to cooperate with His agenda, "Now in the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, that the word of... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 8
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Revelation: Light in the Darkness

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 7 Without the promises (revelation) of God man would live without hope. To Adam and Eve, God reveals a glimmer of the future when He promises that the serpent's seed will be destroyed and when He slays an innocent animal to cover man's nakedness. To Noah, He reveals a coming global flood and the way of escape. To Abraham, He reveals a great people, nation, and land, along with a future enslavement and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 7
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Two-banked People

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 6 Life as you know it is over. You, your household, friends, and neighbors have been taken into captivity. Your city has been destroyed, along with its temple. Your "Life is good" t-shirt has been turned inside-out. Life is hard. What about the promises that God has given to Abraham, his descendants, and the land? God hasn't left Ezekiel without hope. Ezekiel reads Jeremiah's letters to the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 6
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God's Standards for Ministers

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 5 "They shall enter My sanctuary, and they shall come near My table to minister to Me, and they shall keep My charge" (Ez. 44:16). Back in the day, when Jeroboam led the ten tribes in their rebellion against King Solomon's successor, he established a new religion with new gods and new priests. The LORD had established the Levites as priests to serve in his temple. They had to wear special garments, and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 5
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Seeing Afar

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 4 Things will not always be as they are today. Fourteen years after the destruction of Jerusalem's temple Ezekiel has the privilege of seeing in detail what no other man has seen--the Millennial Temple (Ez. 40:1). This temple or sanctuary symbolizes God's presence among His New Covenant people during the 1,000 year reign of Christ on earth. No detail is hidden from Ezekiel: God gives meticulous... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 4
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A Proud King and Demotion Day

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 3 King Nebuchadnezzar's ego is bigger than Steve Jobs's (Apple), his worldwide fame greater than any US president or world leader, and his confidence more pronounced than Mohammad Ali's. He becomes so puffed up by his exploits that the doors of the royal residence have to be widened to accommodate his big head, "Is not this the great Babylon I have built as the royal residence, by my mighty power and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 3
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Leaving a Legacy

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), September 2 Men who fail morally leave just as much of a legacy as those who live nobly. The chronicler highlights the legacy of the Jacob's sons. In 1 Chronicles 5 he mentions: Simeon's military exploits Reuben's defilement of his father's bed and a descendant who is given the name "Baal" The unfaithfulness of the children of the half tribe of Manasseh In chapter 6 the chronicler... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 2
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When God Gets a Bad Rap

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NJKV (Tyndale, 2013), September 1 God often gets a bad rap from those who only see His response to man's rebellion. They quickly point our God's anger and retribution as "flaws," but downplay or ignore man's pride and rebellion. They evaluate Him based on their limited understanding of the story and find Him lacking. God had chosen Israel as the people through whom He would "bless the nations," through whom He would... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Sep 1
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None Left Behind

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 31 Ezekiel's deportation to Babylon precedes the destruction of Jerusalem and her temple by eleven years. Ezekiel's fear of God does not prevent his being carried off with 3,000 others to Babylon. His captivity is therefore providential--God has sovereignly positioned him in a refuge camp at the banks of the the river Kebar. There God shares His perspective with his refugee priest. It is there, also, that Ezekiel... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 31
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Out with the Old, In with the New

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 30 Jeremiah and Ezekiel both introduce New Covenant components in their messages: "But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the LORD: I will put my law in their minds, and write it on their hearts; and I will be their God and they shall be My people" (Jer. 31:33). "I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will take the heart of stone... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 30
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Gender-neutral Rebellion, Idolatry, and Judgment

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 29 Both the men and women of Judah rebel completely against God, "Then all the men who knew that their wives had burned incense to other gods" (Jer. 44:15, emphasis added). They presented a unified front in their rebellion: " all the women who stood by, a great multitude, and all the people who dwelt in the land of Egypt, in Pathros, answered Jeremiah, saying: 'As for the word that you have spoken to ... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 29
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God Responds to Apathy and Exploitation

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 28 Judah is to be blamed for her own destruction. Judah has been warned repeatedly that her continued rebellion and idolatry will bring about her destruction. She refuses to repent; therefore God raises up the Babylonians to destroy the temple and take Judah into captivity. The Edomites, Judah's distant cousins, are not responsible for Judah's spiritual infidelity, but they are responsible for exploiting... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 28
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Knowing God and Ministry "Failure"

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 27 Jeremiah wouldn't have made it behind the "celebrity" pulpits of today's churches. Nor would he have been invited on anyone's talk show. His was not a message for itching ears; no publisher would have been interested in publishing his writings. Nope. Jeremiah was God's man during the darkest period of Israel's history. It wasn't popular. And it wasn't easy! Jeremiah is incarcerated... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 27
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God's Undercover Agent

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 26 Just as governments place operatives undercover, so the Lord places His operatives undercover to work on His behalf. Ebed-Melech is an unlikely candidate, from man's point of view, but not from God's. The king's irate officials had thrown Jeremiah into a deep well that was mostly mud because they had rejected God's word through him. He was rescued by Ebed-Melech. Ebed-Melech is a Cushite, a North... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 26
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The King Behind the Puppet Ruler

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 25 The tiny nation of Tyre touched the world through its shipping yards, "Tarshish was your merchant because of your many luxury goods. They gave you silver, iron, tin, and lead for your goods. Javan, Tubal, and Meshech were your traders . . . those from the house of Togarmah traded for your wares . . . the men of Dedan were your traders . . . Syria was your merchant . . . Judah and the land of Israel were your... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 25
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God's Stubborn Love

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 24 God's stubborn love for His people continues in spite of Israel's chronic rebellion. As they face their final deportation, the LORD promises only good toward Israel once their seventy years of exile are complete. In Jeremiah 32:36-44 and 33:1-26, God makes at least twenty-three "I will" statements of determined goodwill toward His people: He promises to "gather them out of all countries"... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 24
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Ruler of the Nations

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 23 In 586 BC, the king of Babylon invades Jerusalem, the capital of the kingdom of Judah, and takes many of the Jews captive to his capitol city in Babylon. In the midst of this turmoil, God raises up and speaks through prophets to lead His people. Among the captives of Babylon, Ezekiel prophesies about God's return to His people. In the royal courts of Babylon and, later, Persia, Daniel prophesies about the... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 23
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Pride and Idolatry

  The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 22 In the beginning, God creates man in His image, gives him dominion over the world, and walks with him in the cool of the day. Sadly, Adam and Eve choose the fruit of the forbidden tree over union with God. Since that day all humanity struggles with unfaithfulness to God—spiritual adultery. One commentator even describes this behavior as spiritual nymphomania—uncontrollable and excessive... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 22
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A Blended Family, A Ruined Land, And Shiloh

  The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 21 God has called Abraham’s descendants to be a distinct people with whom He can dwell, and He has given them a well-developed land filled with houses and plowed fields. They have chosen, however, to blend in with the people and nations around them and to defile the land with idolatry and sexual sin, “We will be like the Gentiles, like the families of other countries, serving wood and stone” (Ez.... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 21
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Assuming Personal Responsibility

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 20 Perhaps the most common rationale this generation employs for their wrong actions and ungodly attitudes is that their parents were too __________ (choose one or more: selfish, indulgent, violent, passive, bitter, nice, religious, atheistic, hypocritical, sincere). In other words, this generation would be righteous were it not for their parents. The Word of God, however, rejects this argument. God's Word says that... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 20
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Life Is Good--Maybe, Maybe Not

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 19 "Look, this was the iniquity of your sister Sodom: she and her daughter had pride, fullness of food, and abundance of idleness; neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy. And they were haughty and committed abomination before Me; therefore I took them away as I saw fit" (Ez. 16:49-50). Pride, prosperity, abundance of free time, and hardness toward the plight of others create a powerful... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 19
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Conformity to the World

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 18 "And you shall know that I am the LORD; for you have not walked in My statutes nor executed My judgments, but have done according to the customs of the Gentiles which are all around you" (Ez. 11:12). James, the half-brother of Christ, equates world-conformity to hatred of God, "Adulterers and adulteresses! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God?" (James 4:4). The... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 18
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Seeing What God Sees

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 17 There are no real secrets. Nothing is hidden from God. What goes on behind closed doors is open to the eyes of God. He sees. He knows. He exposes. And He judges--"And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give an account" (Heb. 4:13). God gives his prophet, Ezekiel, a peek into what He sees going on inside the temple in... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 17
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Taking Ownership of the Lost

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 16 God holds those who know the truth accountable to proclaim it. He holds those who hear the truth responsible for their response. God describes Ezekiel's ministry as that of a watchman, "Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the house of Israel; therefore hear a word from My mouth, and give them warning from Me: when I say to the wicked, 'You shall surely die," and you give him no warning, nor... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 16
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Refugee Ministry

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 15 Ezekiel, whose name means "God strengthens," has been trained in Jerusalem for the priesthood, but he ends up in captivity before he can begin serving. God uses him to prophesy, instead, to those in exile. His is a refugee ministry. Ezekiel faithfully serves as God's refugee minister and watchman for more than twenty years. Over the course of those years, the LORD has him do some strange things. Before... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 15
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God's Battle Ax

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 14 No man or nation is completely free to do as he or it wills. The fall of man has so short-circuited the wiring of individuals (and thus cultures) that every person or nation-left to him- or itself-will choose evil over good. Men choose evil out of the evil of their hearts, and those same men, elevated to positions of power, use their power for evil on a national scale. Over the centuries, Hittites, Assyrians, and... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 14
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The Latent Power of Jealousy

The One Year Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 13 God judges nations in relation to their treatment of Israel, "For the Day of the LORD upon all the nations is near; as you have done, it shall be done to you; Your reprisal shall return upon your own head" (Obadiah 15). The final chapters of Jeremiah describe God's judgment of the Ammonites, the Edomites, the nation of Damascus (Arameans/Syrians), the Elamites, and the Babylonians. The Ammonites descend... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 13
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Jeremiah 29:11 in Context

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 12 Context always dictates interpretation, and interpretation determines application. Therefore, to correctly apply Jeremiah 29:11, "'For I know the thoughts that I think toward you," says the LORD, 'thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope,'" one must know the verse's context. A few years earlier, 10,000 people from Jerusalem were taken captive to Babylon.... Read More
Posted by Iva May at Aug 12
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A Nation Running Out of Time

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 11 Judah's days as a nation are numbered. King Jehoiachin, his family, and 10,000 of his people have been "hurled out" of the land and taken prisoner to Babylon. While the remnant under Zedekiah think that they have experienced a reprieve, in truth the nation has less than a decade to live. The LORD foretells of a coming Seed in the Creation Era . He promises Abraham a great nation in the Patriarchal... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 11
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The Heart: A Defective Gauge of Right and Wrong

The One Year® Chronological Bible , NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), August 10 Contemporary wisdom asserts that the best option in decision-making is to "trust your heart" or "let your heart be your guide." This viewpoint is as incorrect as it is pervasive. Why? Because the heart and its thoughts are defective. The heart is like sundown, unable to dispel darkness as the sun sinks below the horizon. Truth is like the rising sun at daybreak that dispels the darkness of night. The... Read More
Posted by Blog Archive at Aug 10
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