March 2020 Archives

God's Useful Word

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NLT)

2 Timothy 3:16-17 is a foundational passage for me. I frequently read it because it reminds me of the precious and valuable gift that God's Word is to us. It also reinforces how important it is to be intentional about filling our minds with God's true and perfect thoughts.

"All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17 NLT).

Do you view the Bible as a gift from God to you? How have you experienced what Paul sets out in this passage with regard to your own spiritual journey—realizing what's true and what's wrong from spending time in God's Word, and being motivated and equipped to do good things for God through engaging scripture? Tami

Living Godly

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 3:10-17

When we choose to live a Godly life, we will encounter and experience difficulty.

"Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted" (vs. 12).

But as Christ followers, we have the power of God in us and God's Word at our fingertips to help us stand strong as we live out our faith and represent Christ to the world around us.

Based on this passage, how would you describe the importance of God's Word to a new believer or someone who doesn't yet know Christ? What did you learn about God's Word from 2 Timothy 3:10-17? Tami

About God

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Today's reading: Psalm 90:1-17

Yesterday we looked at Psalm 90 for its example of how to approach God in prayer. But this psalm is also filled with information about God and our relationship with Him. So today let's read through Moses's words in this prayerful song again, this time intentionally looking for information we can learn about God and our relationship with Him. Ask God to show you something new, and then take your time reading and considering each verse.

What are some of the things you learned about God from Moses's prayer? What one detail, specific phrase, or verse drew your attention most, and why? Tami

Prayer Structure

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Today's reading: Psalm 90:1-17

Psalm 90 is a prayer by Moses, a man who had an exceptionally personal and close relationship with God. What a privilege it is to see an example of how this Godly man approached and dialogued with God through prayer. One of the things I noticed right away is how in the first half of this prayer, Moses recognizes God for who He is—all-powerful, all-knowing, loving, not bound by human time, and present at all times. It's only after telling God what he knows about Him that Moses then turns to his requests—asking God to satisfy the people with His constant and steadfast love, to make them rejoice and be glad, to let His favor be upon them, and to establish the work of their hands.

How does telling God what you know about Him help you get perspective? What impact does praising God as you begin your prayers have on your attitude and ultimately how and what you communicate with God? Tami

Acting Oppositely

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 3:1-9

If I didn't know better, I'd think Paul had the 21st century in mind as he wrote 2 Timothy 3:1-9. His words so accurately depict the general attitude and mindset of the world today. While Paul gives us information about what to expect with regard to end-times, he also puts before us, quite clearly, an example of the mindset and behaviors God doesn't want to see in us or coming out of us as believers.

Wouldn't it be nice if these types of sinful behaviors were no longer part of our lives once we received Christ as our Savior? Unfortunately, that isn't the case. We all still have that sin nature in us, and it's constantly warring against our desire to do what's right and good. And oh the allure of that subtle and sinful inner voice that tells us life should be all about us and whatever we want (Romans 7:14-25).

Take a look back over Paul's list of behaviors and identify one or two areas you have a propensity to stumble in (for me it's pride and self-centeredness). Do a little self-assessment to see how you're doing. Then ask God to help you resist the temptation to slide back into that particular behavior and to avoid the others in this list. Tami

Servant Living

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 2:22-26

Being the Lord's servant requires wisdom combined with action in a variety of ways and areas. The message points I took away from today's verses are:

  • We must be committed to pursuing good things.
  • There will be times when we need to endure and be patient.
  • There will be times when we need to avoid certain people and circumstances.
  • We must be ready and willing at all times to lovingly teach and correct others.

Paul issues a pretty tall "to do" list in these few verses, but it's a list I'm willing and eager to tackle, one step and one day at a time. Will you join me?

What does being the "Lord's servant" mean for your personally? What area(s) do you most need to work on from today's passage? Tami

Today's reading: 2 Timothy 2:14-19

As he did in 1 Timothy, Paul once again cautions Timothy about false teaching and the problems surrounding people who aren't following or speaking God's truth. Rather than engaging in arguments with these people, Paul instructs us to keep our focus on God and live well before Him, giving us the specific call to be "rightly handling the word of truth" (vs. 15). I like how this passage reminds us that God's Word is absolute truth and will never lead us down a wrong path.

For us to live justly, correctly, and properly, God's Word must be front and center in our lives. And in order for us to "rightly handle" God's truth, we have to be familiar with it. That means we must be intentional about spending time with God in His Word and that our mindset should be one of learning when we read our Bible. It also means that we need to be attending a Bible-teaching church where we can regularly receive sound instruction and spend time with other Bible-believing Christ followers.

What are you currently doing to fulfill Paul's call to be an approved worker who rightly handles God's truth (vs. 15)? Is it your practice to regularly spend time with God in His Word? Do you ask God to reveal His truth to you as you take in His Word? Tami

Today's reading: 2 Timothy 2:20-21; Psalm 51:10-13

Rather than finishing out the remainder of chapter 2, I decided to focus on only two verses today because of the way I was drawn to Paul's words about being an honorable vessel. I must have read this passage five or more times, and each time I got a little more excited and motivated. My thoughts were, I want to be that honorable vessel! I want to be used by God! I want to be ready for every good work He has for me!

When I finished reading, I sent up a prayer to God asking Him to help me be an honorable vessel and letting Him know that I am ready for Him to use me today.

"Therefore, if anyone cleanses himself from what is dishonorable, he will be a vessel for honorable use, set apart as holy, useful to the master of the house, ready for every good work" (vs. 21).

What encouragement did you draw from this short passage? Is it your desire to be set apart for God, useful to God, and ready for every good work He has for you? Tami

Create in me a clean heart.

Good Soldier

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 2:1-13

As part of his instructional letter to Timothy, Paul urges Timothy to stay focused on and diligent in his work for God, urging and charging him to be a "good soldier." Paul then uses the examples of an athlete and a farmer to further highlight the directive of living rightly and fully devoted to Christ.

One of the things I like about these verses is the familiar imagery and examples Paul uses to help Timothy (and us) have a better understanding of what God desires for us as we live for Him. As I'm sure they did for Timothy, Paul's words encouraged and motivated me. When I finished reading this passage my immediate thought was: "I want to be the best worker (soldier) for God possible!"

What's one thing about serving God that stood out to you from this passage? Do you think of yourself as being a "soldier" for God? What does being a "good soldier" mean for you personally? Tami

Remarkable God

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Today's reading: Psalm 89:5-18

Ethan the Ezrahite's petition to God in a difficult time is a good example that we can draw on as we encounter and go through difficult times. I especially liked how as part of recognizing who God is and praising Him, Ethan spends quite a bit of time describing God and His greatness--looking to Him as the Creator of all things and a God who is powerful, mighty, faithful, and just.

What are one or two things you learned or noticed about God from the psalmist's descriptive words in verses 5-18? What stood out to you the most about God from this psalm and why? Tami

Glorify First

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Today's reading: Psalm 89:1-52

Ethan the Ezrahite is the writer of Psalm 89, and as he begins his prayerful song, we see a praising and glorifying of God. But what we discover as we read through the remainder of this psalm is that circumstances for Ethan and those living at this time aren't good. That being the case, he is calling out to God asking Him for help and to take action in a distressing situation.

So often when we find ourselves facing trouble or when we're in distress, our prayers consist primarily of pleas for help and appeals to fix our situation with little or even no praising, thanking or recognition of God for who we know He is (our faithful, loving Father). So these opening verses serve as a good reminder and example of our need to recognize and glorify God--FIRST--before we ask Him to watch over, guide and provide for us in and through every circumstance.

How does starting out your prayers with thanksgiving and praise impact your attitude, thinking, and ultimately the requests you put before God? Tami

Pass It On

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 2:1-2

This week I started a Bible study group with three other women. We're doing a study called Dancing with God: Finding Joy in Following His Lead by Dr. Tony Beckett. The original plan was for us to meet up each week and spend time discussing the lesson and its corresponding scriptures. But because of all the concerns and changes being implemented as a result of the coronavirus, we opted not to meet face-to-face and instead connect via conference call. As an extrovert who craves personal interaction, I wasn't sure how this was going to go. But I have to tell you that it was a wonderful hour and a half for me. I came away feeling refreshed and encouraged. To conclude our study time, we agreed to seek God and ask Him how He wants each of us to help others with our actions and words during this time of uncertainty in our country.

All that to say, as I sat at my kitchen table this morning reading 2 Timothy 2 in preparation for writing this blog post, Paul's directive to Timothy—to make sure to pass on to others the good news message he had heard Paul speak many times—stood out more than normal to me.

Not being able to meet with people face-to-face right now doesn't mean that we should hunker down and go silent. Now more than ever people need to hear about God's love and the peace we can have as a result placing our faith and trust in Christ. That means we need to be extra intentional about delivering words of life, hope, encouragement, comfort, and peace. And as we show God's love (via phone calls, texts, messenger, social media, etc.), it will serve to encourage us too. Tami

Today's reading: 2 Timothy 1:8-18

The world today wants us to feel uncomfortable, ashamed, and embarrassed because we have chosen to follow Christ. I have a heavy heart about our nation's growing negativity and its rejecting attitude toward Christianity, which seems to have accelerated over the past few years. But as I contemplate God's Word, I'm reminded that it's nothing new for God's message of love and salvation to be met with much resistance. Regardless of the spiritual atmosphere, we must be bold about Christ. So I was thankful for Paul urging to Timothy to stand firmly on his relationship with God and to continue to confidently and boldly proclaim Christ through his testimony.

"But I am not ashamed, for I know whom I have believed, and I am convinced that he is able to guard until that day what has been entrusted to me" (vs. 12).

Are you able to say like Paul, "I am not ashamed of Christ"? How do the people at your school, those you work with, your neighbors, and your family members know that you are a follower of Jesus? What helps you not shrink back when it comes to representing God to others? Tami

Active in Growing

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 1:5-7

Whenever I read the first few verses of 2 Timothy 1, I'm drawn to the unique wording Paul uses in verse 6 to encourage Timothy. He tells him to be focused on and active about growing his relationship with God and, in turn, reaching out and impacting the world around him as a representative for God.

"I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God."

If you look up the word "fan" in the thesaurus, some of the synonyms you'll find are stimulate, provoke, increase, fuel, and encourage. So I reread verse 6, substituting each of these words in place of the word "fan." This little exercise helped me understand and embrace the prompting to be active even better.

How are you fanning—stimulating, provoking, increasing, fueling, encouraging—your relationship and walk with God? How does actively and intentionally pursuing a growing relationship with God impact your desire to share Christ with others? Tami

Tell Generations

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 1:5; Psalm 78:1-8

The first few verses of 2 Timothy 1 contain a number of lessons and truths for us to consider. One of these is found in verse 5.

"I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice and now, I am sure, dwells in you as well."

Timothy learned about faith and having a personal relationship with Christ from his mother and grandmother. This single sentence from Paul's letter delivers such an important message—that we must be diligent about telling our children, grandchildren, and other family members about Jesus, salvation, and faith.

The world around us boldly proclaims that our lives are all about us. It tells us that we are the most important, that we should be known, and that we deserve it all because we are the god of our lives. It's an enticing message that resonates with the self-centered, sinful nature that resides inside each one of us. That's why we cannot afford to be reserved or shy about sharing Christ and modeling a God-centered life to everyone in our family, especially to our children and grandchildren.

Growing up, I can't remember a time when my parents weren't telling me about Jesus and modeling what living for Christ looked like. Because of their example and what they regularly and consistently shared with me, I wanted to have my own relationship with Jesus. When I was eight, my mom helped me say a prayer to invite Jesus into my heart. My sweet mama is now in heaven, and I am forever grateful for her and my dad's diligence in telling the next generations (me and my siblings and then their grandchildren) about Jesus and His love for and desire to have a relationship with me.

Will you join me in telling the generations (in and outside of your family) about Jesus? Wouldn't it be awesome if your words changed a life for eternity today? Let's be diligent in sharing the message of God's love boldly and broadly! Tami

Prayer Warrior

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Today's reading: 2 Timothy 1:1-7

One of the things that stands out to me about Paul is how he truly was what I call a prayer warrior. Constant and fervent praying was his norm. So it's no surprise that he calls for and encourages us to do the same throughout his many letters. From Paul's writings, we see that an extensive portion of his prayer time was dedicated to praying for others—his friends and those to whom he had ministered.

Our lives are filled with challenges, and that can often result in our prayers being primarily self- or family-focused—asking God for personal help, healing, fixes, or safety. And while there's nothing wrong with bringing our personal requests to God (in fact, God wants us to do this), our prayers should also include the needs of others, especially our brothers and sisters in Christ. I'm thankful for Paul's example and these words from 2 Timothy 1:3: ". . .as I remember you constantly in my prayers night and day."

How often do you pray in a typical day? For what or for whom do you regularly pray? Is it your practice to pray for friends? Family? People in need? Church and government leaders? What impact does praying for others have on you spiritually? Tami

Lamenting Prayers

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Today's reading: Psalm 88:1-18

Affliction, trials, and troubles will find their way into our lives, sometimes by no fault of our own and other times as a result of our sinful choices and actions. And when these times come, we can talk with God through our sorrow and mourning to seek comfort, forgiveness, restoration, and peace.

Psalm 88 is a psalm filled with lamenting. The psalmist is in distress. He's dejected, his "soul is full of troubles," he's lost his strength, and his "eye grows dim through sorrow" (vs. 3, 9). He feels helpless and rejected. Yet even in this despondent condition, the psalmist knows that God is his refuge, and so he continues to recognize God for who He is and cry out to Him for help.

How does talking with God when you are hurting, discouraged, afraid, or depressed impact your thinking and attitude? What did Psalm 88 show you about communicating with God in and through troubled times? Tami

Special Place

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Today's reading: Psalm 87:1-7

Many things take place in and around the city of Jerusalem in the Bible. It's a special place in God's eyes, and that's precisely what is communicated through this short song.

If you'd like to learn more about Zion (or many other Bible topics, places, teachings, etc.), there are a number of Bible dictionaries and commentaries available online. A couple of helpful sites you might find helpful are BibleGateway and Blue Letter Bible.

What did you learn or notice about Jerusalem from this psalm? How might you draw on Psalm 87 as you read stories that take place in, reference, or speak of this special place? Tami

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 and considering Paul's words of instruction and encouragement to his fellow worker, Timothy.

I always enjoy spending time in this book because it contains many good lessons. But what I like most, and what always stands out to me, is the care Paul takes to be precise and detailed with his directives to Timothy. Paul is truly an engaged mentor as well as a pretty amazing friend to Timothy. His example is one that I desire to follow as I navigate life with the goal of loving, helping, and serving others.

Identify at least one message God impressed on your heart or revealed to you for the first time from this book. What was the most significant thing you took away from Paul's example or instruction, and how are you going to make use of it? Tami


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

As Paul closes out his letter to Timothy, he charges us as Christ followers to keep our focus on God rather than fixing our attention on the possessions and money we have in the here and now (vs. 17). And then as Paul does so often, he goes on in verses 18-19 to lay out more specifically what this God-focused lifestyle should look like and the benefit (blessing) we receive when we're devoted to living in this manner.

"They are to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share, thus storing up treasure for themselves as a good foundation for the future, so that they may take hold of that which is truly life."

What does this passage reveal about how God views and values our doing good for others? What did you learn about earthly versus heavenly riches from this passage? Would you describe yourself as being "rich in good works, generous, and ready to share"? Why is this important? Tami

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 these verses, I tried to imagine Paul delivering this message. The picture that came to my mind was a fired up, energetic coach giving a motivational halftime speech to encourage, charge, and challenge his team (Timothy and us as fellow believers) to embrace living for God to the full! And what an effective coach Paul is. By the time I reached the end of this short passage, he had me saying, "Yes, Lord! I want to be all in for you!"

How did Paul's words impact or motivate you today? What's one example of how are you are living out Paul's charges to "fight the good fight of faith" and "take hold of the eternal life to which you were called" (vs. 12)? Tami


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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 6:3-10

Paul talks about contentment and money in 1 Timothy:6-10, reminding and urging us to be fulfilled with what God has given us rather than chasing after money and possessions.

The beauty of being satisfied and resting in God came across loud and clear as I took in the words of verses 6-7.

"But godliness with contentment is great gain, for we brought nothing into the world, and we cannot take anything out of the world."

In what circumstances are you the most content? How would you describe Godly contentment (being satisfied with what God has given you) to someone who doesn't know Christ? Tami

Today's reading: 1 Timothy 5:24-25

As Paul wraps up his charge to be intentional about pursuing right and Godly living in 1 Timothy 5, he points out in the final verses how choosing to do what is good and right in God's eyes—regardless of whether anyone is aware of it at the time—isn't for naught.

"The sins of some people are conspicuous, going before them to judgment, but the sins of others appear later. So also good works are conspicuous, and even those that are not cannot remain hidden" (vs. 24-25).

Thank you, God, for reminding us that doing what we know is right is always the best course of action.

What did God impress on your heart today about choosing to pursue right and good works? How were you encouraged by the message in these verses? Tami

Today's reading: Psalm 86:1-17

The loving and personal way David interacts with God always moves my heart. In this particular psalm, I was drawn to the way that David intertwines praising God with his request for help. Rather than filling his prayer with primarily "please help" or "please fix" requests, he spends a good portion of his song recognizing God for who He is—loving, great, merciful, and faithful. David is so focused on praising God that his entire request for help is framed in the context of highlighting God.

"Show me a sign of your favor, that those who hate me may see and be put to shame because you, LORD, have helped me and comforted me" (vs. 17).

What do your prayers typically look like? Do they include recognizing and praising God for His goodness, love, provision, sovereignty, and greatness? Why is this important? What does this psalm show us about being able to talk openly and passionately with God? Tami

Today's reading: Psalm 85:1-13

As I took in Psalm 85, the idea of praying and living with "holy anticipation" immediately came to mind. It's actually a concept that pastor and author Mark Batterson talks about in his book Draw the Circle and the corresponding study "The 40 Day Prayer Challenge." Holy anticipation means that our mindset should be one of expecting God to take action on our requests when we pray.

As the psalmist puts forth his prayerful request, he recognizes God's past provision, acknowledges the poor state God's people are currently in, and asks for God's restoration. All of this is done with confidence that God will indeed respond. In other words, the psalmist is praying with "holy anticipation" that God WILL act.

"Yes, the LORD will give what is good, and our land will yield its increase. Righteousness will go before him and make his footsteps a way" (vs. 12-13, emphasis mine).

Do you pray with the expectation that God will respond? If not, why not? What does or might the phrase "holy anticipation" mean for you and your communications with God? Tami

Today's reading: 1 Timothy 5:1–6:2

Throughout 1 Timothy 5 and in the beginning verses of 1 Timothy 6, Paul addresses some specific situations. He then provides instruction for those and other matters pertaining to conduct inside the church and outside as a worker for God. But as I read through chapter 5 and then into chapter 6 today, the underlying, more general message that we should be conducting ourselves well is what stood out.

When we're intentional about living rightly and well, it's pleasing to God. Additionally, it provides a good example for fellow believers, and it allows us to set an attractive picture of what wholeheartedly following after God means and looks like to those who don't yet have a relationship with Christ.

How often do you give thought to the example you are setting as a Christ follower? Think back over your actions in the past week or so. What's one example where you displayed good and godly conduct at work, at home, or at church? Tami

Harmful Talk

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 5:9-16

While Paul's instruction is on taking care of church members, we can find some valuable nuggets for personal instruction woven throughout. Verse 13 holds one of those nuggets, when Paul offers some stern words about gossip. Paul only briefly mentions it (". . . going about from house to house, and not only idlers, but also gossips and busybodies, saying what they should not."), but these few words convey volumes.

Nothing good comes from gossiping. Some of the biggest hurts I've experienced have been because of gossip—both words directed at me or about me from others and words I foolishly and sinfully spoke to or about someone else. Growing up my mom used to tell me, "If you can't say something nice about someone, then don't say it at all." At the time, I didn't really give it a lot of thought (I probably did a few eye rolls when she wasn't looking). It wasn't until I was much older that I was able to fully grasp this sound and wise advice from my Godly mama.

When are you most tempted to gossip? What are some safeguards you have or can put in place to help you not speak words of gossip? How do you react when someone else starts gossiping? What are some ways you could respond to discourage and/or squelch gossip by others? Tami

Family Matters

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 5:1-16

In 1 Timothy 5, Paul gives Timothy instruction concerning certain areas of church operations pertaining to helping people in need (here specifically widows). But within these church guidelines, we also get some insight and instruction on the importance of family and families helping other family members in need. This directive traces all the way back to Exodus 20 and the commandment to "honor your father and your mother" (Exodus 20:12). That principle is still applicable to us today. God wants us to value, respect, and help care for our family members when they are in need.

How do you demonstrate respect and value to your relatives in general, particularly to parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles? Is there someone in your family (or within your church family) who may need: an encouraging phone call? A helping hand with yard work, home repairs, or vehicle problems? Someone to drive them to a doctor's appointment or the grocery store? Help with an unpaid bill or unexpected expense? Tami

High Standards

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 3:1-16

In 1 Timothy 3, Paul lays out criteria for those who hold or desire to hold a position of leadership within the church. As he starts, Paul notes how a position of this nature is a "noble task" and then launches into quite a long list of vital qualities and/or standards.

While not all of us are in positions of church leadership, and we may not even have church leadership on our current "to do list," the bottom line is that these qualities are things we should aim to possess as followers of Christ. As I read through these lists, I found myself thinking over and over again, "Yes, I want to be like that!" The two qualities of self-control and hospitality stood out to me because of how both directly impact what other people see and how I am perceived as a follower of Christ. As I finished reading, I asked God to help me grow even stronger in these two critical areas.

What did God impress on your heart from this chapter about how He desires for us to live? Was there a particular standard or quality (or perhaps two or three) that stood out to you, and why? Tami

All Good

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Today's reading: 1 Timothy 4:1-5

Warnings about false teaching run throughout 1 Timothy, and we see that again here in chapter 4. Paul lets Timothy know that he should be aware of religious people or groups whose teachings are inconsistent with that of Christ because they place restrictions on certain actions and areas of life. Paul specifically points out problems concerning restrictions on eating and food, a warning that addresses false religions but also reinforces a break from Jewish law regarding clean and unclean food. He tells Timothy that if God created it, then we should receive it with thanksgiving (vs. 4-5).

How often do you think about the freedoms we have because of Christ? What does having "freedom in Christ" mean for you? What does this passage show us about the importance of consistently spending time in God's Word so that we know what God says and how He desires for us to live? Tami

All Providing

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Today's reading: Psalm 84:1-12

God being our provider, caretaker, protector, and shield came across loud and clear from Psalm 84.

  • "Blessed are those who dwell in your house" (vs. 4).
  • "Blessed are those whose strength is in you" (vs. 5).
  • "Behold our shield, O God" (vs. 9).
  • "For the LORD God is a sun and shield; the LORD bestows favor and honor" (vs. 11).
  • "Blessed is the one who trusts in you" (vs.12).

Do you view God as your provider? Caretaker? Protector? Shield? Think back over the past few months. What's one example where God provided something good for you? How did you respond? Did you thank God? Did you share the experience with someone else? 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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