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Psalm 119

In Psalm 119, every verse except verse 122 of the 176 verses makes some reference to the Word of God. It is amazing any single subject could be written about so extensively with so much variety and so little repetition.

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Psalm 117

Short and sweet, this is the briefest of all the Psalms, verifying that worship need not be lengthy. Although short in terms of the number of words, it is vast in content.

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Do The Math: It’s Simple Addition

Peter encourages us to “add” certain things to our faith. Although faith in Christ is foundational, we are to “give all diligence” (v. 5) to focus our zeal and effort on further maturation in our Christian experience.

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The Grass and the Word

Isaiah makes the contrast crystal clear. Like the grass, humankind is frail and weak in comparison to God’s eternal Word. Every gravestone is a silent testimony to this fact.

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The Crucifixion of Jesus

Let us draw near and investigate the death of God’s only Son.

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Stumbling Blocks

Although people are not “stumbling blocks,” their ideas and actions can be. In this passage, Paul points out that, as believers, we have responsibilities and obligations even to people we have never met. The question here is one of ethics: just how far can I go with concerning my attitudes and activities without offending other Christians, even overly-sensitive ones?

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The “I Am” Statements of Jesus

All that is important in life is found in the Person of Jesus Himself. He has made it so simple. Let’s examine the passages where He spoke of Himself as the “I Am.”

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The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth

Although we may hear these words in a courtroom, people do not always tell the truth. Having been deceived and exploited for centuries, Native people traditionally have a great love for truth. But whom can we trust? Jesus told us that Satan is the father of lies (John 8:44). To counteract his evil intentions, Jesus sent us someone who will guide us into all the truth (John 16:13). Imagine having a perfect Friend—One who will always tell you what is right. Think about having a companion who could never make a mistake and always has your best interest at heart.

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Bible Facts

You cannot benefit from a Bible you do not obey. Jessie James carried a well-marked New Testament in his pocket constantly, proving that just reading it will not save you. The solution is not in Bible reading but in Bible application. Read your Bible until it falls apart. A Bible that is falling apart is usually owned by a person who is not.

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Acts Acrostic

Here is an easy way to remember what is contained in the 28 chapters of Acts. The sentence, “Ascended Lord Sent Peter And Paul,” contains 28 letters, just as many as there are chapters. The acrostic is formed by the first letter of the first word in the sentence and serves as a brief chapter summary.

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