Daily Devotion

In the New Testament Church's public worship, it was apparently customary for worshipers to lift their hands and offer prayers aloud ( Acts 4:24-31 ). He who prays must stretch forth holy hands. The early Church took over the Jewish attitude of...

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Seven years before Paul wrote this letter, he warned the Ephesian elders that false teachers would try to distort the true message of Jesus (Acts 20:29). Now that this was happening, Paul exhorted Timothy to confront them boldly. This young pastor...

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Luke introduces "Mary who was called Magdalene." She was from the area called Magdala and had been delivered from seven demons. But most importantly, she was a devoted follower of Jesus. This Mary is known for her devotion and love for Jesus. Her...

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"Rebellion" literally means "departure," "falling away," or "abandonment," will occur. In the last days, many within the professing church will depart from Biblical truth. Both Jesus and Paul paint a dismal picture of the condition of much of the...

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2 THESSALONIANS 2:1-12 This is undoubtedly one of the most difficult passages in the whole New Testament because it is using terms and thinking in pictures that were perfectly familiar to those to whom Paul was speaking but are utterly strange to...

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1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 We shall not fully understand the New Testament pictures of the Second Coming unless we remember that they have an Old Testament background. In the Old Testament, the conception of the Day of the Lord is very common; all the...

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