The inclusion of the book of Job in holy Scripture reminds us clearly that the prosperous are not always blessed, that Satan does have leave from time to time to strike terror into the lives of the Lord's people, and … Read more
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Worldwide MinistrySunday, September 25, 2022 – In Asia — Please pray for me as I seek the next place of ministry working with my S people. I hope to work in an urban setting. Thank you for all your prayers over the years of ups and downs. It's a pleasure to be in God's work together. Pray for the continuing translation of the Bible into the S people's language. Pray for the S people to continue to grow in faith and give glory to God.
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Today's Verse1 John 2:1 – My dear children, I write this to you so that you will not sin. But if anybody does sin, we have one who speaks to the Father in our defense — Jesus Christ the Righteous One. (NIV)
Today's Daily Manna2 Chronicles 32:7a – Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or dismayed. (ESV)
- 1 - Our public domain music is courtesy of The Cyber Hymnal™ – www.hymntime.com/tch
2 - Today's Bible Reading and Daily Manna are provided by the Canadian Bible Society.
3 - The One-Year Bible Reading Plan is from bible-reading.com ©1996-2006 by Michael Coley and used by permission.
4 - The Two-Year Bible Reading Plan is from the Cambridge Daily Reading Bible ©1995 Cambridge University Press and used by permission.
5 - Today's Verse is based on Verse of the Day.