Feed Your Soul

  • Grace of Perfection

    Psalm 119:9–16; Isaiah 44:1–8; Acts 2:14–24 (read online ⧉) The beginning of this passage in Isaiah has an important meaning that is easy to overlook. Hear | ServantChosen […]

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  • Lenten Rest

    Psalm 51:1-12; Isaiah 30:15-18; Hebrews 4:1-13 (read online ⧉) Rest. That seems to be a dream for many these days. In these odd times of COVID-driven angst, rest […]

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  • A Bad Mix?

    Psalm 84; Ezra 6:1-16; Mark 11:15-19 (read online ⧉) The restoration of the temple was not only of religious significance; it was also of cultural, societal, and political […]

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  • Chained

    Romans 5:12–21, Philippians 2:5–11, Hebrews 5:1–10 (read online ⧉) Obedience is hard. God knows that it is hard for us. That doesn’t excuse us from it, however. It […]

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  • Bricks of Trust

    Psalm 13, Isaiah 26:1–6, Luke 22:39–46, Matthew 27:38–44 (read online ⧉) Fear is a result of many life experiences. Generally, we are not born with a spirit of […]

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  • Smite Me or Hug Me

    2 Kings 17:34–41, Psalm 27 (read online ⧉) This passage in 2 Kings is a little odd. To make sense in English, fear is not used in a […]

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  • Let It Be

    Psalm 112:1–9, Colossians 3:12–17, James 3:13–18 (read online ⧉) Galatians 5:22–23 lists the following as fruits of the spirit: love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. […]

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  • Mocking Truth?

    Luke 23:32–43, 2 Peter 3:1–18 (read online ⧉) Humor can be cruel. Often it is aimed at an individual who is different than us. Sometimes cruel humor helps […]

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