September 2017 Archives

I Delight

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Today's reading: Psalm 40:1-17

Psalm 40 is rich with lessons and specific examples about living for and serving God. But it was the broader message of verse 8 that spoke to my heart today.

"I delight to do your will, O my God; your law is within my heart" (Psalm 40:8, ESV).

One of the things I regularly do is tell God that it's my desire to follow Him and do His will. Starting each day with this prayer helps me get my thinking focused on serving God and going in the right direction.

How often do you tell God that it's your heart's desire to follow Him and do His will? Is it your practice to ask Him to show you what His will is for your life? Tami

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Important History

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Today's reading: Joshua 12:1-23

Joshua 12 gives us a historical summary of the battles of the Israelites under Moses and Joshua along with the corresponding kings and lands that were overtaken and defeated.

The process of the Israelites taking over the Promised Land was not a quick or easy one. What does that tell us about what we should expect as we navigate and move forward in life? How does reading a historical summary or synopsis of the many battles required of Israel impact your perspective about life challenges and encountering difficulties as you serve and work for God? Tami

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Solid Promises

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Today's reading: Joshua 11:1-23

NOTE: The details we're given about the battles Israel engages in as they move into the Promised Land are violent and brutal. They are difficult to read and certainly difficult for us to understand. So as you read, keep in mind that this was a different time in history, it was a very different culture and that God's ways are not like ours.

Upon Israel's defeating of the southern kings and armies, the northern kings rally together to fight the Israelites. Their combined armies were massive in number and in strength ("their horses and chariots, they covered the landscape like the sand on the seashore" (vs. 4)). The Lord speaks to Joshua and tells him not to be afraid of them because "by this time tomorrow, I will hand all of them over to Israel as dead men" (vs. 6). With their focus fully on following God, the Israelites engage in brutal warfare with these armies. God fulfills His promise to Joshua, giving Israel victory over the entire northern region.

When you encounter a situation or circumstance that looks like it's insurmountable (financial problems, relationship struggles, health concerns, emotional problems, work conditions, etc.), how easy or difficult do you find it to trust God? Based on what we've read thus far in Joshua, how should we respond? When you read the Bible, do you believe and then claim the promises you read in God's Word? Tami

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Miraculous Fight

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Today's reading: Joshua 10:1-43

Joshua's hasty and careless decision to make a treaty with the people of Gibeon, now puts the Israelites in the difficult position of being called on to defend Gibeon from a massive attack from the kings of the surrounding areas. The Lord tells Joshua "Do not fear them, for I have given them into your hand. Not a man of them shall stand before you" (vs. 8). Trusting God, Joshua marches all night to engage in battle. As the Israelites arrive at Gibeon, God intervenes, causing panic among the opposing warriors and hurling down large hailstones from heaven. Needing more time to defeat the opposing armies, Joshua prays to God in front of all of Israel, "Let the sun stand still over Gibeon, and the moon over the valley of Aijalon" (vs. 12). The Lord answers Joshua's prayer, with the sun staying in the sky for an entire day "for the Lord fought for Israel" (vs. 14, ESV).

What's one example of how being careless with a decision (not seeking God but relying on your own feelings and understanding) ended up being a detriment to you at a later date? What does the treaty with the Gibeonites reveal about how seemingly small compromises can have BIG consequences? When has God fought for you (identify one example)? Do you pray for miraculous things? Why or why not? Is there an area in which you need to pray for a miracle today? Tami

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Our Honorable Word

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Today's reading: Joshua 9:18-27

After learning of the deception of the Gibeonites, the Israelites travel to the cities of Gibeon to confront their neighbors. The people of Israel are disgruntled about the treaty, but Joshua and his leadership team make the decision to honor the oath they had taken in front of the Lord. So rather than attacking, they meet face-to-face with the Gibeonite leaders and Joshua imposes on the Gibeonites the task of being servants to the Israelites as cutters of wood and drawers of water.

When someone takes advantage or wrongs you, how do you tend to respond? Is it your practice to meet with and address the offender? What does choosing to honor our word or uphold the terms of a contract or agreement (even if we've received the short end of the deal) convey to others about us as followers of Christ? What's one thing you noticed or learned about resolving conflict from this account? Based on this passage, what value would you say God places on promises and oaths? What does God expect of us when we choose to enter into a covenant or contract? Tami

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Consulting God

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Today's reading: Joshua 9:1-17

After Israel's victory over Ai, the kings of the surrounding areas are filled with fear and draw together in preparation for war. But the people of Gibeon choose a different approach. Instead of joining with the group and readying themselves to fight, they turn to deception as a means of protection. Purposefully armed with worn-out clothing and supplies and old, dry food, ambassadors from Gibeon travel to Gilgal where they lie to Joshua about who they are and from where they have come. They then ask for a peace treaty with Israel. Without consulting the Lord, Joshua makes a treaty only to discover three days later that he had made a covenant with the very people God had instructed the Israelites to drive out from the land.

When or in what type of situation are you most tempted to take action without consulting God? What does Joshua's example show about the dangers of developing an over-confident attitude, becoming prideful and/or losing our focus after a victory or experiencing a high point? Based on this account, why is it important for us to do homework (verify details, check into someone's story, secure references) when we're making a decision about partnering with another person informally or formally like when we sign a contract or enter into a business arrangement? Tami

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Leaning In God

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Today's reading: Psalm 40:1-17

"I waited patiently for the LORD; he inclined to me and heard my cry" (vs. 1).

The Bible is full of verses, passages and examples where we're either told or we see that God hears our cries, requests and prayers. Psalm 40:1 would be one example of this. I've always thought of God as hearing my prayers, but I hadn't given much thought to how God hears and listens.

When we're talking with another person and we're interested in them and what they are saying, what do we naturally do? We lean in, incline or turn toward the person, right? That's the picture David puts before us in Psalm 40. What an encouragement to know that God is attentive to us, and that He is actively leaning forward, taking in every single one of our words!

Do you think of God, and approach Him, as an active and involved listener? What impact does knowing that God is actively listening have on your prayers? Are you inclining toward God as you listen for His responses? Tami

Aware and Productive

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Today's reading: Psalm 39:1-13

David's request for God to make him aware of the brevity of life is a good one (vs. 4). I say that because for a lot of years, I didn't give much thought to how long I would live, or more importantly, how I was serving God with the time I had left. At some point (around ten or so years ago) when I committed to consistently spending time in the Word and my relationship with God took on a healthy growth pattern, my thinking in this area shifted. For that I am thankful because as I write today, my top priority is serving God fully with the amount of time He has allotted to me. My goal is to live each day to the fullest as a representative of Christ.

How often do you think about the time you have left on earth and how you are using that time to serve God? Where would you rank yourself on a scale of 1-10 when it comes to being productive for God with your time? What can you start doing this week to increase that number? Tami

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God's Word-Out Loud

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Today's reading: Joshua 8:30-35

After securing victory over Ai, Joshua builds an alter for a peace and burnt offering where the Israelites renew their commitment to God. Joshua then reads to the entire assembly--Israelites of all ages and those who had joined them along their journey--every single word of God's commandments that had been given to them through Moses.

Why is it important to renew our commitment to God from time to time? Based on this account, how essential is it for us to know and understand God's instructions to us in the Bible, and to regularly spend time with God in His Word? How does reading Scripture out loud benefit, impact and/or help us? Tami

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Round Two

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Today's reading: Joshua 8:1-29

Round two with the city of Ai brings a very different outcome than the first time the Israelites attacked. With God now at the helm and Israel's focus completely on Him, Ai is thoroughly defeated. And not only are the Israelites victorious, God also gives them the livestock and spoils of the city as plunder for themselves (vs. 2). What a contrast between this attack--with God directing and leading--and the first attack where Joshua and the people moved without seeking God's input and direction and were relying on their own strength.

What does the second attack of Ai show about God's forgiving nature, His great love for us as His children, His incredible provision when we choose to wholeheartedly follow Him? What impact does having a "clean slate" with God (no unconfessed sin) have on our attitude, motivation and service? Tami

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Difficult Lessons

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Today's reading: Joshua 7:1-26

Despite Joshua's explicit command to "not take any of the things set apart for destruction" (Joshua 6:18), certain people violated his directive. Unaware of this disobedience, Joshua sends men to Ai to spy out the land. Upon return, the men report that only a few thousand men are needed to take the city. Without consulting God, Joshua deploys 3,000 warriors, but instead of victory, Israel suffers an embarrassing defeat. The Israelites were then "paralyzed with fear" and "their courage melted away" (vs. 5). A distressed and doubting Joshua complains to God only to discover that the defeat was the result of sin connected with Jericho. God then commands Joshua to resolve the situation in what seems like a harsh manner as we read this passage with our grace-filled understanding of today.

What does this passage reveal about the temptation that money and possessions present? What are some ways we can guard against and combat the powerful pull of money? Is it your habit to consult God before making important decisions? When or in what type of situations are you most likely to take action without inquiring of God? What does this account show about God's desire for us to be fully committed to Him, living rightly and with a pure heart? What does it show about consequences when we sin? How does consistently being in God's Word help us keep our focus on God and proper living? Tami

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Unconventional Ways

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Today's reading: Joshua 6:1-27

After crossing the Jordan and observing Passover in Canaan, God speaks to Joshua about attacking and taking possession of the city of Jericho. The Lord tells Joshua point blank that He has given (past tense) the city and all its inhabitants into the hand of Israel. He then conveys the details of His plan of attack to Joshua. The battle plan is extremely unusual, to say the least, but Joshua and the Israelites follow it precisely. At the end of the seven--day march, Jericho is no more and the Israelites are in possession and control of the land.

Why do you think God chose the process of marching around Jericho for seven days before giving victory to Israel? Why was it important to specifically follow God's detailed process? How can (and have) shortcuts hurt you? What does the unconventional attack on Jericho reveal about God's way of teaching, growing and leading us? How willing are you to wait on God's timing? Think of a time when you chose to be patient and wait on God. What was the outcome? How did you see God move and provide? Do you find it difficult to take action when God's plan doesn't seem to make sense to you? Tami

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Today's reading: Joshua 5:1-12

After our reading and considering Psalm 38 and its focus on confessing sin over the weekend, the message that came across to me as I took in God's instructions to Joshua for this new generation of Israelites was again, that consequences follow disobedience. The original group of Israelites who were captives in Egypt and freed by God through Moses were disobedient and disrespectful to God. The result was that they wandered in the Sinai desert for 40 years (A pretty miserable place, by the way. I've been there and actually got to "wander" through it for an afternoon which was all the time there I wanted.), and they lost out on experiencing the joy of seeing or entering the Promised Land. Additionally, their sinful attitudes and actions not only impacted their lives, but also impacted the next generation. So this passage was a good reminder for me of the importance of every choice I make, and especially those that have to do with following God's instruction, direction and leading.

What are some things you do that help you be sensitive and obedient to God's instruction and leading? How often do you talk with God about understanding and following His plan for your life? Tami

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Regular Confessing

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Today's reading: Psalm 38:1-22

In addition to being drawn to the way David so powerfully describes the impact of unconfessed sin, I also like the example he provides for us of candidly talking with God and asking Him for forgiveness when we have sinned. God knows everything about us--EVERYTHING--our actions, our thoughts, our words. Our sin and the consequences that follow are not a surprise to Him ("my sighing is not hidden from you" (vs. 9)). So the sooner we confess and ask for forgiveness, the better.

"I confess my iniquity; I am sorry for my sin" (vs. 18).

Is it your practice to regularly seek forgiveness from God? What's your experience been with asking God for forgiveness immediately after an offense versus waiting until sometime later? What are the benefits of keeping a short account with God when it comes to asking for forgiveness? Tami

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Serious Effects

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Today's reading: Psalm 38:1-22

Throughout Psalm 38 David describes, with vivid imagery, the negative impact that unconfessed sin has on our lives. The message is clear. When we choose to sin there will be consequences--spiritual consequences (our relationship with God is hindered), physical consequences ("no soundness in my flesh" and "no health in my bones" (vs.3)) and emotional and mental consequences ("I groan because of the tumult of my heart" (vs. 8)).

What is one thing you noticed about the effects of sin from Psalm 38? When and how have you experienced the impact of unconfessed sin? What happened when you came clean with God (like David did in verse 18)? Tami

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Today's reading: Joshua 4:1-23

God's final instruction to Joshua as the Israelites crossed the Jordan River was for the Israelites to erect a twelve-stone memorial so that the present-day Israelites and the generations to follow would have a tangible reminder of the miracle God performed on their behalf. "This is where the Israelites crossed the Jordan on dry ground" (vs. 22).

Why are spiritual memorials (things that help us remember how God provided and/or moved on our behalf) important? Do you have any spiritual memorials (whatever that may be) to help you remember things like God's goodness or faithfulness through a difficult situation, your salvation, baptism, baby dedication, marriage vows? Do you make it a point to tell others, and particularly children, about God's greatness and what He has done for you? Tami

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Stepping In

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Today's reading: Joshua 3:1-17

Upon the return of the two spies, Joshua and the Israelites move forward to the banks of the Jordan River. God then directs Joshua to command the priests to carry the Ark of the Covenant into the Jordan and to stop there (vs. 8). The priests do as they are commanded, and as soon as their feet touch the flood level water, the river ceases to flow which allows all the people to cross over to a place near Jericho on dry ground.

What does this account show about the relationship between having faith and taking action? What step(s) is God asking you to take in faith as you move forward with Him? Tami

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Unusual Provision

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Today's reading: Joshua 2:1-24

Joshua sends two spies to scout out the land across the Jordan. The men are detected as they enter the city of Jericho, but a prostitute named Rahab helps them avoid capture. She tells the spies "I know that the Lord has given you this land," (vs. 9) and then hides them in her roof in exchange for a guarantee of safety for her and her family when the Israelites attack the city.

The details of the account of the spies sent across the Jordan seem unlikely and unusual to us, but not to God. What a wonderful picture Joshua 2 provides of how God works in and through situations, choosing to use many people, things and circumstances that are out of the ordinary realm for us to accomplish His purposes and provide for and encourage us in the process.

Think back over the past year. What's one example of God watching over and providing for you in a way you didn't expect? Who has God used to encourage you in a stressful or difficult situation? Are you in the habit of looking for and recognizing God's provision or encouragement and then thanking Him for it? Tami

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At His Word

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Today's reading: Joshua 1:10-18

After receiving the charge to be strong and courageous, Joshua takes God at His word. He embraces his new role as the leader of the Israelites, and doesn't waste any time in moving forward. Upon hearing from God, Joshua calls the officers of Israel together and informs and instructs them about moving forward to take possession of the land across the Jordan. He then commands the tribes that have already received land to assist in this mission. With his eyes set on God, Joshua was confident and authoritative and Israel received and adopted him as their leader.

Is it your tendency to take God at His Word? What situation or circumstance do you need to trust God with today? What does Joshua's command to the tribes of Reuben, Gad and the half-tribe of Manasseh show us about family helping family, and working together as a team with other followers of Christ? Tami

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Promoted with Backing

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Today's reading: Joshua 1:1-9

The opening verse sets the scene for the Book of Joshua. Moses has died and Joshua, Moses' right hand man, receives a promotion from God. He is now the new leader of the Israelites, a massive group of men, women and children. I can only imagine how Joshua must have felt taking on such a monumental task. But God didn't simply promote Joshua and then leave him to find his own way. He backs him up, providing words of reassurance, encouragement and guidance. God tells Joshua that He will always be with him and then gives Joshua the charge to be "strong and courageous" as he keeps his focus on God's Law and lives in alignment with it.

In what area(s) could God be calling you to "arise and go" or "arise and do" as you serve Him? How does focusing and meditating on God's Word help you "be strong and courageous"? What does this passage reveal about God's character? Tami

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Patience in Waiting

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Today's reading: Psalm 37:1-40

God's timing is always perfect. I know this and I've experienced it numerous times, yet I still wrestle with this fact when my timing doesn't seem to line up with God's--especially when my circumstances are not so desirable. So David's repeated reminders of God's faithfulness and our need to wait and be patient, drew my attention. The clear message found in verse 5 spoke loudly to my heart.

"Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act."(emphasis added)

What's one thing you noticed about God's timing and/or waiting from Psalm 37? Was there a particular phrase or verse that encouraged you to be patient and wait expectantly for God to move? How have you experienced God's faithfulness when you've chosen to patiently wait on His timing? Tami

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Wise To Do Good

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Today's reading: Psalm 37:1-40

As a former litigating attorney, I enjoy the structure of Psalm 37 and the way it reads. David puts before us an essay of sorts (in poem form) that logically lays out the benefits of following and serving God (doing good) contrasted with examples and warnings about what happens and what to expect when we choose not to live for God.

"Better is the little that the righteous has than the abundance of many wicked. For the arms of the wicked shall be broken, but the LORD upholds the righteous" (vs. 16-17).

If someone asked you why they should follow God and do good, how would you respond based on this Psalm? When have you experienced or observed what David describes? How might you use this Psalm to share God's love and message of salvation? Tami

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Asking Eyes

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Today's reading: Psalm 119:17-24

When you read God's Word, do you want and expect to learn as much as possible from it? I'm guessing your answer is like mine--"Yes!" So what's a good approach to make this happen? Psalm 119:18 gives us a wonderful answer and example. The psalmist clearly loves God's Word and desires to know and understand it more and better. So as he readies himself to take in God's Word, he specifically asks God to help and guide him.

"Open my eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of your law."

Is it your habit to ask God to "open your eyes" before you read your Bible? Why is this important? Read Psalm 119:17-24 again, but this time pray and ask God to open your eyes to something you didn't see or understand before. I'd love to hear the outcome. Tami

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Today's reading: Psalm 119:1-8

I am a lover of the Bible, which is why I find myself turning to Psalm 119 often. Because it's all about God's Word. This lengthy chapter (it's actually the longest chapter in the Bible with 176 verses) is filled with encouragement and instruction to take in God's Word and then put it into action in our everyday lives.

The first stanza of Psalm 119, titled Aleph, sets the tone for this chapter. Every single verse focuses on God's Word and our living according to it. In my Bible, I've circled the words used in each verse that represent God's Word.

  • Verse 1: law of the Lord
  • Verse 2: his testimonies
  • Verse 3: his ways
  • Verse 4: your precepts
  • Verse 5: your statutes
  • Verse 6: your commandments
  • Verse 7: your righteous rule
  • Verse 8: your statutes

The message I came away with from this opening stanza of Psalm 119: God's Word must be the foundation for my life!

Identify what stood out to you the most about God's Word from Psalm 119:1-8. Based on this stanza, what are the benefits of knowing and keeping God's commandments? What does this passage reveal about our need to read and study the Bible? Tami

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1 Timothy Wrap

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 1-6

Thanks for spending the last couple of weeks reading through 1 Timothy with me considering Paul's words instruction and encouragement to his fellow worker, Timothy. One of my favorite things about this Book is the care Paul takes to be precise and detailed with his instructions to Timothy. Paul is truly an engaged mentor, not to mention a pretty amazing friend, to Timothy. What an example for us about being a mentor as well as a mentee as we navigate life.

For our final day considering 1 Timothy, identify at least one lesson or message God showed you, impressed on your heart, or revealed to you for the first time. What was the most significant thing you took away from Paul's instruction? Tami

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Doing Good

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 6:17-21

As Paul closes his letter to Timothy, he once again raises the issue of money, this time focusing on Christ-followers who are rich because they have earthly wealth and possessions. A specific caution is given for this group to resist the pull of money, paired with the directive to keep their focus on God-doing good, being rich in good works and being generous and ready to share.

What does this passage reveal about how God values our doing good? What does being "rich in good works" mean to you? Would the people you spend the most time with (family, friends, co-workers) describe you as someone who is generous, ready to share and eager to do good things? Tami

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All In

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 6:11-16

If you need a little motivation, what Paul has to say in 1 Timothy 6:11-16 should give you a boost. As I read this passage, I tried to imagine Paul delivering this message to me in person. The picture that came to my mind was an energetic, motivated speaker focused entirely on encouraging, charging and challenging his audience to embrace living for God to the full! By the time I reached the end of these few verses, Paul had me saying Yes, Lord! I want to be all in for You!

How did Paul's words impact and motivate you? What does it mean for you to "Fight the good fight of faith," and "Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called"? Tami

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Steadfast

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Today's reading: Psalm 36:1-12

"How precious is your steadfast love, O God!" Psalm 36:7

Over and over throughout the Psalms we see the phrase "steadfast love" referring to God's love for us. I understand the word steadfast, but looked it up in the thesaurus to see some of the other descriptions for this word. Here are a few of the words I saw: unwavering, committed, dedicated, unswerving. I then went back and read verse 7 a number of times inserting each of these words in place of the word steadfast to give me an even better feel for God's great and amazing love. It was a fun and helpful exercise, and I invite you to try it.

How have you experienced God's steadfast love? What did you take in about God's love from Psalm 36? Tami

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Beforehand Trust

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Today's reading: Psalm 35:1-28

One of the reasons I enjoy the Psalms is because we get to see the candid manner in which the writers talk with God. That's exactly the case with David in Psalm 35. Holding back nothing, David pours out his heart, imploring God to deal with the people who are mistreating him and set on repaying his good deeds with evil. My favorite thing about this psalm is the "before the fact" trust in God David demonstrates. In his asking, he is already confident that God will act on his behalf.

When you ask God for help, to what extent is trust part of your equation? What did you learn or notice from David's example? Tami

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Content

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 6:1-10

1 Timothy 6 is one of a number of passages in the Bible that warn us about loving money or riches. It's a reminder that never gets old or out of date, because as long as we are living on this side of heaven, money/riches/wealth will be an ever present temptation that carries with it some serious consequences. Paul knows this, so after urging us to have a mindset of contentment, he issues these strong words of warning.

"But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction. For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evils. It is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many pangs" (vs. 9-10).

On a scale of 1-10, how content would you say you are with the money and possessions you have? In a typical week, how much time do you spend thinking about money and possessions? What are some things that help you keep a proper perspective when it comes to making and having money? Tami

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Hi, my name is Tami Weissert, the P4 facilitator and the "voice" behind the blogs. I'm passionate about helping people grow spiritually and actively encourage Bible engagement through conference speaking and writing. I also served as co-host of the Back to the Bible radio program for over 8 years. A little about me. I'm married to Jeff, and we love scuba diving, playing with our 3 dachshunds and going to Husker football games. I also love growing orchids, singing and Diet Pepsi. I hope you'll join in the conversation as we read the Bible and grow together.

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