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“Great Day” Wednesday 09/28/2022

We dream of life in a better world, and our faith in Christ will take us there.
The apostle Paul says; “We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed.
For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed.”

A recommended song to accompany this devotion is Dream Come True” by Amy Foster and Buddy Mullins.

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“Great Day Presents” Week of 09/25/2022

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The Chapel Quotes,

Because we are stressed, we usually are running on an empty tank. It requires a full tank for us to live our lives to the fullest, to live our lives with Jesus Christ, to love God deeply and passionately. Many Christians struggle with the ability to love themselves with a Christ-centered love. Love is when we want the highest good for someone, when we want what’s best for them. We need to be grounded and rooted in God’s love.”

“Christ wants to dwell and abide with us. He wants to take up residence in every possible place in our lives. We need to understand how vast God’s love is for each of us.  For the most part we can’t trust our feelings and emotions. Don’t let   negative thoughts play in your mind where you begin to doubt God’s love. God loves us despite our sin. Thousands of thoughts go through our head, 85 percent of which are negative, and 95 percent are repeated. We are adopted into God’s family. God chose us to adopt us so that we would be holy and blameless in our lives. Our foundation is Jesus Christ, and there is nothing that can separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus.

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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger

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Devotion 09/25/2022
Our Devotion: “Family Resemblances” by Minday Keilein, a professional writing major at Taylor University and freelance writer for Vista, Church Libraries, and Christian Book Previews.

I have been seeing lately that I am becoming more and more like my mom. It’s strange to see these similarities, because I am my own person. Nevertheless, I have been detecting resemblances to her in my voice, smile, and even some of my actions.

As I’ve realized this, God has spoken to me about my resemblance to Him. Am I becoming more and more like my Heavenly Father as each day passes? Do I act as He would? Do I talk in a manner reflective of Him? Am I patterning myself after Him the way I pattern myself after my mom?
I have been adopted into the family of Christ; therefore, God is my Father. When others look at me, do they see the family resemblance?

Book Review 09/28/2022

This Book Review is by Clark Murray, a professional writing major at Taylor University.

Perilous Judgment
By Dennis Ricci
Waterfall Press, PB, 432 pages

Government drama, personal anxiety and shame, along with a setting of tension combine to make the reader hold tightly to the pages of the book. The Mexicali border is always a dangerous place, but when a California judge is reintroduced to a past sin, that turmoil becomes even greater. Explosives are set in place. When detonated, they will cause death and will initiate a ripple effect of terrorism. This can be stopped, but only if Judge Lamport is willing to expose his past, risk his present, and forfeit his future. What can and will Judge Lamport do to save the people he loves, and how far will the Lord call him to go? True sacrifice may mean placing his life on the line for people he has never met. A looming enemy remains ever so close to the judge as he aspires to do the Lord’s will in such a chaotic circumstance. This thriller leaves readers yearning for more from this first time author who hones the ability to combine the conflicts of our world with the spiritual fight we have within ourselves every day.

Everyone has that one sin in life he or she wants to hide. It gets pushed far away where no one will find it. When this is done, we forget that with sin comes consequences. In any situation, God allows for learning to come from that sin through the process of fixing the problem. God will not make it easy, yet his plan is forever good. This novel shows such a process in action.

Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)

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