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“Great Day” Wednesday 11/29/2023*
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“Great Day Presents” Week of 11/26/2023
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The Chapel Quotes
“Any problem, any issue, any debt that takes place in our lives is solved by the cross and the empty tomb. Jesus came as fully God and fully man. For our sake, Jesus became sin, who knew no sin, pure and white, so that we might become the righteousness of God. What Christ has given us is a beautiful free gift, but don’t just let it lay there, make sure and cash it in. When it comes to the Gospel we need to get very, very good at receiving gifts. By grace, that is by unmerited favor, we are saved. God is a God of grace and mercy that He wants to lavish on His people.”
“Too many of us are trying to be religious instead of doing Gospel living. The Gospel is in conflict with religion because religion is by default based on performance. Believe or faith does not mean an intellectual agreement or wishful thinking, but rather it means to trust. Too many of us have this gift from God and we don’t trust and we don’t cash it in. A saving faith in Jesus means we trust that He is who He said He is, that He is the Son of God, that He is the son of man, and that He did what He said He would do, that He is going to come again, and raise us as well. Everyone has a moment in their life when they must step over that line and say ‘yes Jesus, I trust in You’. Now is the time. Gospel living, once we are saved, is to live by faith.”
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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger
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Our Devotion: “You Are Here” is by Amy L. Green, a professional writing major at Taylor University and freelance writer for WBCL radio, Christian Communicator, Church Libraries, and Christian Book Previews.
Every shopper trying to find a store at the mall is familiar with the large directory signs for confused customers. All of the shops, restaurants, bathrooms, and hallways are clearly labeled, but the most important feature of the map is the bright, bold square that says, “You are here.” After all, it’s helpful to see where you want to go, but unless you know where you are, you won’t be able to get there.
In the same way, unless we know where we are in our spiritual life, we won’t be able to make any progress. Our goal is righteousness and spiritual growth, and in order to get there we need to have a clear view of where we are in our walk with Christ. Romans 12:3 puts it this way: “Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment.” This kind of judging is not condemning ourselves for our weaknesses, but realistically acknowledging that there are areas in our lives that need work. Only then, with the help of the Holy Spirit, can we come closer to our final destination: becoming more like Christ.
Book Review 11/29/2023
This Book Review is by Megan Alms, a professional writing major at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
By Christine Caine
Zondervan, PB, 207 pages
Christine Caine lived most of her entire life in shame: shame which sprouted from her heritage, her history as an abuse victim, her defiance from strict gender roles, and her constant desire to prove her self-worth. In Unashamed, Caine explores the steps she took in becoming healed with God by her side. Through scriptural references and personal anecdotes, Caine humbly encourages other women to join her on the quest to silencing the voice of shame.
Caine emphasizes that recovery from any struggle is not an overnight process. But though the journey through the wilderness is perilous, the escape from slavery into the sanctuary of the Promised Land is worth the trek. Caine humbly admits to her own continual struggle, yet still encourages women to take heart in the knowledge that God will never abandon them. Using personal illustrations, lessons from the Bible, references to psychological research, and experiences with answered prayers, she reveals a pattern for finding wholeness in a new and righteous way of life.
Whether affected by regret, guilt, unworthiness, or another form of shame, any Christian woman can relate to Caine’s words. Furthermore, those in teaching or counseling or missionary work will be enlightened by this book as to how to minister to such women. This book reminds women that they are daughters of the One True King. God’s faithfulness is a prevalent theme in Unashamed.
Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)
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