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					Email                       Date         Reading            ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/01/2008    Matthew 1          Genesis 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/01/2008    Matthew 2          Genesis 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/01/2008    Matthew 3          Genesis 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/01/2008    Matthew 4          Genesis 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/01/2008    Matthew 5:1-26     Genesis 13, 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/01/2008    Matthew 5:27-48    Genesis 16, 17
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/01/2008    Matthew 6:1-18     Genesis 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/01/2008    Matthew 6:19-34    Genesis 20, 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/01/2008    Matthew 7          Genesis 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/01/2008   Matthew 8:1-17     Genesis 25, 26
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/01/2008   Matthew 8:18-34    Genesis 27, 28
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/01/2008   Matthew 9:1-17     Genesis 29, 30
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/01/2008   Matthew 9:18-38    Genesis 31, 32
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/01/2008   Matthew 10:1-20    Genesis 33, 34, 35
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/01/2008   Matthew 10:21-42   Genesis 36, 37, 38
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/01/2008   Matthew 11         Genesis 39, 40
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/01/2008   Matthew 12:1-23    Genesis 41, 42
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/01/2008   Matthew 12:24-50   Genesis 43, 44, 45
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/01/2008   Matthew 13:1-30    Genesis 46, 47, 48
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/01/2008   Matthew 13:31-58   Genesis 49, 50
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/01/2008   Matthew 14:1-21    Exodus 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/01/2008   Matthew 14:22-36   Exodus 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/01/2008   Matthew 15:1-20    Exodus 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/01/2008   Matthew 15:21-39   Exodus 9, 10, 11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/01/2008   Matthew 16         Exodus 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/01/2008   Matthew 17         Exodus 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/01/2008   Matthew 18:1-20    Exodus 16, 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/01/2008   Matthew 18:21-35   Exodus 19, 20
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/01/2008   Matthew 19         Exodus 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/01/2008   Matthew 20:1-16    Exodus 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/01/2008   Matthew 20:17-34   Exodus 25, 26
ReadingNKJV                              ReadingNKJVOT
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis1,2,3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew1&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis4,5,6&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew2&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis7,8,9&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew3&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis10,11,12&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew4&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis13,14,15&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew5:1-26&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis16,17&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew5:27-48&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis18,19&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew6:1-18&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis20,21,22&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew6:19-34&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis23, 24&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew7&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis25,26&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew8:1-17&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis27,28&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew8:18-34&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis29,30&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew9:1-17&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis31,32&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew9:18-38&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis33,34,35&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew10:1-20&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis36,37,38&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew10:21-42&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis39,40&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew11&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis41,42&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew12:1-23&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis43,44,45&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew12:24-50&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis46,47,48&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew13:1-30&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis49,50&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew13:31-58&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus1,2,3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew14:1-21&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus4,5,6&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew14:22-26&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus7,8,9&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew15:1-20&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus9,10,11&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew15:21-39&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus12,13&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew16&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus14,15&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew17&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus16,17,18&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew18:1-20&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus19,20&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew18:21-35&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus21,22&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew19&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus23,24&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew20:1-16&version=50
                                         http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus25,26&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew20:17-34&version=50
ReadingNIV                                ReadingNIVOT
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis1,2,3&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew1&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis4,5,6&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew2&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis7,8,9&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew3&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis10,11,12&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew4&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis13,14,15&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew5:1-26&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis16,17&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew5:27-48&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis18,19&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew6:1-18&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis20,21,22&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew6:19-34&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis23, 24&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew7&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis25,26&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew8:1-17&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis27,28&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew8:18-34&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis29,30&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew9:1-17&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis31,32&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew9:18-38&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis33,34,35&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew10:1-20&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis36,37,38&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew10:21-42&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis39,40&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew11&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis41,42&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew12:1-23&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis43,44,45&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew12:24-50&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis46,47,48&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew13:1-30&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis49,50&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew13:31-58&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus1,2,3&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew14:1-21&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus4,5,6&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew14:22-26&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus7,8,9&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew15:1-20&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus9,10,11&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew15:21-39&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus12,13&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew16&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus14,15&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew17&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus16,17,18&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew18:1-20&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus19,20&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew18:21-35&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus21,22&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew19&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus23,24&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew20:1-16&version=31
                                          http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus25,26&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew20:17-34&version=31
Thought            ThoughtOT
                   In the first with the family the of Jesus, is no mention of Satan, no sin and their sins.” just a Any religion which do
The New Testament startstwo chapters of treeBible therewho came to “save His people from no death – (v.21) wonderful new world a
                   Two religious systems are typified by Cain said “Let Some people still put their faith in the children is dear to and s
Jesus said “Suffer the little children to come to me.” Herod and Abel. the little children suffer!” The cause of blood of the Lamb, the Sa
                   All sorts came neglected, but it was the life of obedience by different routes, spurred on by God's Spirit and the Fat
No act of obedience should beto Noah to be saved in the Ark. They camerather than the act of being baptised which caused none w
                   Ungodly schemes will fail though 8:3, then 6:16 and promote them. placed the quotations in His Word in even thou
Jesus countered temptation by quoting first Deut all nations agree tofinally 6:13. GodGod's purposes will triumph however, the revers
                   An attractive world still in the people to give was “repent.” His first personal word was “Follow Me.” His first word
The first recorded public word of JesusenticesNew Testamentup godly companions, the altar of devotion, the tent of pilgrimage andto
                   Olden times had their taught we should carefully consider heart failure in ourselves. Discipline in small matters is im
Before judging failure in others, Jesusown versions of surrogate motherhood, unlawful relationships and unfair treatment. How well t
                   The praying man who keeps separate verses? We should be can do more up to our a compromising in Jesus at a
How many times does the word “secret” come in thesefrom an ungodly society willing to own for it than love for and trustman who bec
                   The first time 'worship' come in these verses? is when a through life either with problems or worries, or you can g
How many times does the word “worry”is referred to in the BibleYou can gohill comes into sight up which a father is going to take his
                     that verse 12 is the “Everest of ethics.” The wife include praying in advance, peak here. “Do as you God's people
Somebody saidGuiding principles for a man seeking a godlySermon on the Mount reaches itssearching only amongstwould be done
                   It is possible to no problem and in a the place to showed distance was no problem to Jesus. In fact, no problem is
The leper showed disease was move home,to Jesus; newcenturionbe blessed speedily, continually and extensively. And perhaps so
                   Never use a wrong they did; try to gain a right end. It can divide brothers, another merely said even set nations to
Jesus said to devils “Depart!” – andmethod to He said to man “Come!” – but he didn‟t – andembitter families, and“Later!” We ought a
                   God in His sovereignty rules the Bible here – and overrules even better! Human deception, cultural practices and
“Be of good cheer” occurs for the first time inwonderfully well –and comes again in Matthew 9:22 etc. “Your sins are forgiven you” ism
                   A person may eyes opened; those who believed had their mouths – but he should give in, once was lost but now am
Those who believed had their wrestle with God because he doesn't want to give inopened. The author of “I if he doesn't want to lose
                    you is pleased to welcome turn out to be the answer to your own similar attitude who had The brother of the prodi
Be careful whatGod pray, because you mayany returning prodigal. Esau showed a prayers! Those to Jacob. just been told to pray for
                   Purity pays in spite of problems it may suffer family betrayal (21) hatred (22) brings its problems. even death (21)
Sadly, even in the world today, so many true believers bring; impurity never pays and always persecution (23) andTwo brought up in
                   Sooner lose one's reputation than stain of past inhabitants of bygone understand, are grounds for judgement, and g
Note carefully that there is yet to be a future judgement one's character. The Lord will cities. There even if people misunderstand. So
                   Neither saying “My yoke silenced Joseph's testimony, nor did unfair treatment and years of suffering give (moral) la
Jesus had just finished prison nor palaceis easy and My burden is light.” Keeping God‟s day, indeed, keeping God‟s whole rise to bit
                    foes so much as fighting friends is against him (42:36) needs to hear the good news that somebody is alive, and tha
It is not fighting The person who feels everything that weakens any cause. Beware of any internal disagreement whether it is in your
                   A praying a constant 24/7 from a king, the effectiveness of evangelism. Keep sowing and praying for may benefit
“Sabbathless Satan” is onman may benefit shift to nullifyand a king may benefit from a praying man. Moreover, a family harvest! Peo
                      a house, stories and Egypt eventually died and let the light coffin. The Saviour of the world others. He wants us t
Like windows toThe saviour of ancientparables are illustrations to was put in ain. Jesus explained some but notwhom he typified, eve
                   'Ardens sed parties – a Presbyterian making promises living.' a „good mood‟. ever you have promised something
We should beware of some virens' is and certainly ofmotto: 'burning butwhile in Sooner burn outIfthan rust out – but better still to be r
                   Fears of inadequacy, inability say something, and be sent by someone. upset the Lord, but to avoid obedience and
All prayers should be addressed to someone, and failure in a servant of the Lord, do not You cannot get more concise a prayer than
                     leave somebody alone? The people for being different, but often “a different of God has made them different – a
Should we everThe world does not like God'sanswer to many temptations is they are good pairandlegs and the King‟s highway”! Jesu
                   'I've the miraculous say the 5000 me out of the trouble and I promise boxes when they were shamed by the little b
Some faultfinders ofsinned and I'm in a mess. GetJesus fed, merely got out their picnicto be different!' Pharaoh said that, and many
                   The first lesson as a man, Jesus began to being disciples the blood mission. He is that he now owes his life to the
After they realised who He was a person should learn aftertell the saved by about His of the Lamb,faced them up with the fact of His
                   Here more than a “Mount of Transfiguration” – for “the earth worth filled with the glory of God as the waters cover t
One day there will bewe have the first song recorded in the Bible. No song is will be mentioning before being saved. The song of sal
                   The Saviour not only saves lives, He between references to children. Woe betide anyone who offends children, rob
The strict discipline of verses 8 and 9, is sandwiched supplies needs, listens to prayers, delivers from troubles and blesses testifying
                   should become forgivers. Remember also that saved – it costs the intended to be a condition of being saved. The
Those forgiven Obeying God's rules is a consequence of beingforgivenesswas never forgiver. And then reflect on how much it must
                   The chapter dealing with them. of law, is followed immediately them (NKJV) We bless others, not Those who love
Children were brought to Jesus to “bless”the law Here, He was asked to pray for by one dealing with the law of love. by pronouncing b
                   The Bible terms before working – the last labourers who promote abortion So serve happily while ever you may th
The first labourers agreedhas much to say on many subjects. Those just trusted the Master.should reflect on the words 'do not kill –
                   The heart of worship centred on the mercy-seat. Mercy for you. give us jostling deserve; holy harmony. what seek
Beware your own ambition for yourself, or a mother‟s or wife‟s ambition does notPosition what wecan upset grace gives us Don‟t we d
 in and no death – just a wonderful new world and peace between God and man. So it is also in the last two chapters of the Bible.
 l put their faith in the blood of the Lamb, and some still offer God their self-achieved efforts. The first are those accepted by God, but they still suffer at the
  routes, spurred on by God's Spirit and none were rejected. So it is also with those who come to Christ, whoever they are and by whatever route – they fin
God's purposes will triumph however, even though it is but lone individuals who separate themselves to Him in obedience.
he altar of devotion, the tent of pilgrimage and the flocks of needy sheep. It disappoints however, and robs and enslaves – stay clear!
 l relationships and unfair treatment. How well they show that a man's family problems often result from his own moral misconduct.
   more for it than a compromising man who becomes part of it, but is laughed at if ever he tries to feebly object to its ways.
 nto sight up which a father is going to take his son, with wood on his back, to offer him as a sacrifice - today we call that hill Calvary.
 dvance, searching only amongst God's people, assessing character before attractiveness, negotiating with in-laws thoughtfully and maintaining honourabl
 y, continually and extensively. And perhaps some of the greatest blessings are to rediscover 'old blessings' long since buried and forgotten.
 hers, embitter families, and even set nations against each other as the Arab-Israeli tensions show today.
 ter! Human deception, cultural practices and marriage mistakes may yet be turned to serve the purposes of God.
but he should give in, if he doesn't want to lose out! A night of prayer that leads to unreserved surrender can change a man forever.
milar attitude to Jacob. The brother of the prodigal son in Luke 15 was so different however. How do I respond to people who have made mistakes and wan
 always brings its problems. Two brought up in the same family and fellowship may yet go very different ways.
  understand, even if people misunderstand. Some temptations can best be overcome by 'using a good pair of legs and the King's highway!'
 reatment and years of suffering give rise to bitterness that marred it. How bright is my testimony for Jesus, and can others see it?
  the good news that somebody is alive, and that he is Lord, and that he has been planning for him in love for a bright tomorrow.
   praying man. Moreover, a family may benefit from a praying dad and granddad – right up to his very deathbed.
The Saviour of the world whom he typified, eventually died but did not stay in His grave. Hallelujah! We serve a risen Saviour!
 r burn out than rust out – but better still to be replenished by the fire of the Holy Spirit so that zeal blazes out without burning out.
  ot upset the Lord, but to avoid obedience and say 'Send someone else' – now that does upset Him! Can I always be counted on? Or do I leave things to o
 different and God has made them different – and the oft repeated words 'Let My people go' shows that He wants them to be different.
e to be different!' Pharaoh said that, and many have said it since. But Pharaoh backpeddled on his promise once the crisis was over, as many still do toda
 of the Lamb, is that he now owes his life to the one who saved him. Christ's blood not only brought life, it bought life. Have you woken up to the truth of 1 C
 entioning before being saved. The song of salvation is the only one that will outlast time and be sung in eternity. See Rev 5:9. Which song is top of your p
 s, delivers from troubles and blesses testifying to other family members so that some of them come to faith themselves.
 ntended to be a condition of being saved. The ceremonial laws may pass, social laws may alter, but God's moral law remains - written on stone to last thro
 e dealing with the law of love. Those who love their Master should serve not because they must, but because they may.
ortion should reflect on the words 'do not kill the innocent', while politicians mixed up in 'cash for questions' on its exhortation 'take no bribe.'
 us what we deserve; grace gives us what we don't deserve. Even the overshadowing cherubim seemed to be 'lost in wonder love and praise' at God's und
 two chapters of the Bible.
e those accepted by God, but they still suffer at the hands of the second.
 whoever they are and by whatever route – they find a welcome from the only one who can save them.

 bs and enslaves – stay clear!
 his own moral misconduct.

oday we call that hill Calvary.
with in-laws thoughtfully and maintaining honourable behaviour throughout. To grow in love thereafter will prove better than any mere falling in love.
ngs' long since buried and forgotten.


  can change a man forever.
 spond to people who have made mistakes and want to return?

pair of legs and the King's highway!'
us, and can others see it?
 e for a bright tomorrow.

 serve a risen Saviour!
 s out without burning out.
 n I always be counted on? Or do I leave things to others?
He wants them to be different.
mise once the crisis was over, as many still do today. Have you kept your promises to the Lord?
 t bought life. Have you woken up to the truth of 1 Cor. 6:19,20?
 eternity. See Rev 5:9. Which song is top of your popularity lists?

 d's moral law remains - written on stone to last through the ages.

 ns' on its exhortation 'take no bribe.'
  to be 'lost in wonder love and praise' at God's undeserved treatment of us.
l prove better than any mere falling in love.
Email                       Date        Reading            ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/2/2008    Matthew 21:1-22    Exodus 27, 28
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/2/2008    Matthew 21:23-46   Exodus 29, 30
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/2/2008    Matthew 22:1-22    Exodus 31, 32, 33
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/2/2008    Matthew 22:23-46   Exodus 34, 35
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/2/2008    Matthew 23:1-22    Exodus 36, 37, 38
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/2/2008    Matthew 23:23-39   Exodus 39, 40
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/2/2008    Matthew 24:1-28    Leviticus 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/2/2008    Matthew 24:29-51   Leviticus 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/2/2008    Matthew 25:1-30    Leviticus 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/2/2008   Matthew 25:31-46   Leviticus 8, 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/2/2008   Matthew 26:1-25    Leviticus 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/2/2008   Matthew 26:26-56   Leviticus 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/2/2008   Matthew 26:57-75   Leviticus 14
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/2/2008   Matthew 27:1-14    Leviticus 15, 16
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/2/2008   Matthew 27:15-44   Leviticus 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/2/2008   Matthew 27:45-66   Leviticus 19, 20
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/2/2008   Matthew 28         Leviticus 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/2/2008   Mark 1:1-21        Leviticus 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/2/2008   Mark 1:22-45       Leviticus 25
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/2/2008   Mark 2             Leviticus 26, 27
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/2/2008   Mark 3:1-19        Numbers 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/2/2008   Mark 3:20-35       Numbers 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/2/2008   Mark 4:1-20        Numbers 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/2/2008   Mark 4:21-41       Numbers 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/2/2008   Mark 5:1-20        Numbers 9, 10, 11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/2/2008   Mark 5:21-43       Numbers 12, 13, 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/2/2008   Mark 6:1-29        Numbers 16, 17, 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/2/2008   Mark 6:30-56       Numbers 20, 21, 22
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ReadingNIVOT             Thought                  ThoughtOT
                         Enthusiastic children in the names of Godtribes were placed corporately (v.15). So Priest's shoulders
                                                  The house of the are not
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus27,28&version=31 everybody‟s cup of teaon the Highoften, however, th
                         It is possible to have a The priestsstart but to washed, then clothed, then anointed for a poor start, Ch
                                                   promising were first finish
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus29,30&version=31 poorly (v.30); it is possible to havetheir ministry. bu
                                                   find” … of one man's Anybody can come to can have any type effect upon
                         Invite “as many as youThe loss“good or bad”! influence for six weeksChrist anda markedcan come to
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus31,32,33&version=31
                         There are two great errors of Godtime: limited knowledge of the Bible, were soon the power of God.
                                                  When our wrote the Ten
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus34,35&version=31 Commandments theyand limiting broken. When ther
                         How many times does There are five in these giving: nothing, are so many tragedies than enough and m
                                                   “woe” come levels of verses?
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus36,37,38&version=31 Therenot enough, enough, moreamong religious pe
                         Inward religion is moreSporadic worship outward religion place “We the shower and being put on our
                                                    important than may have
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus39,40&version=31 been in(v.27).during can first months ofdress, saved, but b
                         Before Jesus returns He said all on the altar of many laid?' The words of who would be deceived, man
                                                  'Is your there would be sacrifice
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus1,2,3&version=31 deceivers and manythe gospel song echo the words
                         If you do not expect Jesus first mention of 'sin' in
                                                  The to return today, remember He said here. It deals with unintentional sin – how g
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus4,5&version=31 the Bible occurs He would come when not expected! So
                         God never compares one of His servantsnever had to go out. Each morning it was kindled into a flame aga
                                                  The fire on the altar with
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus6,7&version=31 another. He assesses each on the basis of what that o
                         Everlasting fire was not prepared substitute butthe the devil and his heaven. Even privileged leaders God
                                                  There is no for man, for for
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus8,9,10&version=31fire which falls fromangels; everlasting life is what will
                         Some, like the woman,Some things to give up anything for Jesus; some, like Judas, are willing for all – n
                                                    are willing may be unclean
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus11,12&version=31 for the redeemed that are not declared unclean to give u
                         Some seasons of prayer demand we go “a was further” and bow a little lower, and linger a deeper tha
                                                  Leprosy in Bible times little
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus13&version=31 a most suitable analogy for sin – starting small, little longe
                         Christians should be ashamed of swearing. Itthe camp in an earthly vessel? What had its blood he turned
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus14&version=31 was only when Peter was ashamed of Jesus shed? Wha
                                                  What was killed outside
                         Learn that some things whichconcerned about our can and instructs us about detestable, as well as bei
                                                  God is seem so desirable,
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus15,16&version=31healthso quickly become soour hygiene –and that one
                         At Calvary, critics said:God's moral law should be upheld in the realm reply “Himself He would not save!”
                                                    “Himself He cannot save”
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus17,18&version=31 – but Christians of God's people – and those who live in
                         Christ‟s tomb was secured shall not cheat, orstone
                                                  You by a stone, the go about as a talebearer, or hate your brother, or tattoo a guar
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus19,20&version=31was secured by a seal; both were secured by any ma
                         Jesus told all His disciples to make other seen in people then teach them in their manner of service, refle
                                                  Defects that can be disciples
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus21,22&version=31 and who are leaders, oreverything He had said ….. in
                         In a bleak “middle of nowhere” situation, John witnessed effectively, and Jesus overcame Satan and
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus23,24&version=31 remember, especially the saving blood of the Lamb (Pa
                                                  God's people should gather to
                                                  testify, but their testimony
                         “Unclean” people may The year of Jubilee freely is unacceptable to God. It is the testimony of the life
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus25&version=31 released God's people from whatever bondage they were in,
                         So many need to get to Jesus and so on small hinges; in promises may depend on small 'if's – burden of
                                                  Big doors swing many sadly
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus26,27&version=31 getbig the way. Some however, share theso may big
                         Although he may have Different relationshipsto begin with (v.17) the apostle John became must conside
                                                   blown hot and cold exist
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers1,2&version=31 even among those who are related. Wisdoma gentle, war
                         People say “blood is thicker than water”–but do Thou art mine!' is is privileged song of the saved. It shoul
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers3,4&version=31not realise “spiritthethicker than blood.” Physical family
                                                  'Mine, mine, mine I know
                         Beware “desires for other things.” In an affluent us that some things are holidayholics can at all times,
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers5,6&version=31 society shopaholics and wrong for all people abound. “A
                                                  The Nazirite serves to remind
                         Too much fear and tooThosefaith often to the Lord's work dedicated gifts that are not know our situation?
                                                    little who bring trouble us.
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers7,8&version=31 Do we think the Lord does not asked for, should have
                                                  The violent, uncontrollable, unclean (dirty minded) man is to try to restrain him
                         All the world can do with a people of God often include
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers9,10,11&version=31 a 'mixed multitude' – those with mixed background inf
                                                  If the cause of the people of God (as
                         When asking for a mercy do not insist on the methodis to Jairus did in v.23). When testifying to a mer
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers12,13,14,15&version=31 progress, leaders must not fall out, main suppor
                         Home is one of the hardestoften leadership can(v.4) - even How found that! can be lobbied for support!
                                                  How places to witness be contested!
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers16,17,18,19&version=31 Jesus often people But years later, His (step)
                         When Jesus blesses there is not 3:14-16 and realise 'There is “more than at the crucified one!' The Old Te
                                                  Read John only “sufficient for all”,
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers20,21,22&version=31 but life for a looksufficient” – “sufficient for othe
 on the High Priest's shoulders, and individually on the breastplate. The place of duty should deal with general intercession – the heart should
 anointed for their ministry. Christians also are 'washed in the blood of the Lamb', 'clothed in the righteousness of Christ' and 'anointed by the
n have a marked effect upon the people of God. Our need is not for gods made by men, but men made by God – and they would seem to be
were soon broken. When there was an opportunity to rewrite them in the light of human experience – not one word was changed. They were
nough, more than enough and much more than enough. The freewill offerings for the Tabernacle were of this fifth and highest level. What is your level?
  irst months of being saved, but by the first New Year's Day a definite plan for daily devotion had been established. Are your times with the Lord sporadic o
 the gospel song echo the words associated with the early offerings detailed in Leviticus. Such dedication is 'sweet' to the Lord.
 als with unintentional sin – how gracious of God to have it worded so! Whether unintentional or deliberate however, all sin can only be cleansed by 'the blo
 g it was kindled into a flame again and the lamb and sweet incense offered. When we wake up each morning may we also awaken zeal, gratitude and love
ven. Even privileged leaders will find that out to their cost if they substitute but a human alternative. There is equally no substitute for the Holy Spirit and Hi
 re not declared unclean for all – nor should they be insisted on as unclean for all – but they should be insisted on as unclean for the redeemed!
 r sin – starting small, deeper than the skin, spreading much and causing the person to be unclean. Even when cured it could leave scars on its victim. Bew
 ? What had its blood shed? What died? What rose and flew into the heavens? And all to cleanse the unclean! Then we should ask 'Who' did the same for
bout our hygiene – as well as being concerned about our holiness. We should check we have no uncleanness in the realms of our heads (minds) dress or
d's people – and those who live in their company – even if it is flouted by the people surrounding them. He is concerned about quality life, not just eternal lif
ate your brother, or tattoo any marks on you. Who says? 'I am the Lord your God!' If He is our Lord, we should note even the smallest of His laws. Do you t
or in their manner of service, reflect on God's honour and should be eliminated. Defective leadership can lead to defective evangelism, defective disciplesh
 he saving blood of the Lamb (Passover), the call to work in the harvest (feast of weeks or Pentecost) and the final ingathering and joy of 'harvest home.'
   whatever bondage they were in, returned them home, and joyfully had them exulting in a situation as if nothing had ever gone wrong from the beginning.
epend on small 'if's – so may big warnings. God loves His people too much than to allow them to get away with sin. He will pressurise them until they get a
  e related. Wisdom must consider matters of age, youth, past connections and seniority, and aim to promote harmony amongst the people of God by avoid
 eged song of the saved. It should be followed by "Yours! Yours! Yours – I know I am Yours!' The Levites are now regarded as the blood bought, dedicated
   wrong for all people at all times, but some things are wrong for certain people at certain times. Dedicated leaders with the spotlight upon them must neve
at are not asked for, should have them accepted and wisely used. Repetition of gifts are recorded in detail, because merely saying that others brought the
  those with mixed background influences, mixed motives for being there and mixed affections – for some still hanker for the past. They are a mixed blessin
ers must not fall out, main supporters must not lose heart and certainly they must never discourage the ordinary rank and file. Such would be a sure recipe
 ople can be lobbied for support! Heavenly anointing however does not depend on human votes – it is to be demonstrated by its vibrant spiritual life and fru
   at the crucified one!' The Old Testament story offered a cure that asked for no payment and no extensive journey – just a look of faith from wherever they
eneral intercession – the heart should delight in praying for individual needs.
usness of Christ' and 'anointed by the Spirit' in preparation for their ministry.
 by God – and they would seem to be in all too rare a supply.
 t one word was changed. They were written at a particular time but intended for all time.
and highest level. What is your level?
. Are your times with the Lord sporadic or systematic?

 r, all sin can only be cleansed by 'the blood of Jesus Christ.'
  we also awaken zeal, gratitude and love for the Saviour.
 y no substitute for the Holy Spirit and His power typified by the fire which fell at Pentecost.
as unclean for the redeemed!
red it could leave scars on its victim. Beware the start of any sin!
en we should ask 'Who' did the same for a similar reason.
he realms of our heads (minds) dress or homes.
 rned about quality life, not just eternal life.
e even the smallest of His laws. Do you try to?
efective evangelism, defective discipleship and a defective people of God.
 ingathering and joy of 'harvest home.'
ad ever gone wrong from the beginning. Hallelujah! Look forward to our 'Jubilee'!
 . He will pressurise them until they get away from sin.
ony amongst the people of God by avoiding unnecessary tensions.
regarded as the blood bought, dedicated servants of the Lord.
 with the spotlight upon them must never forget this.
 e merely saying that others brought the same would not have been the same!
 er for the past. They are a mixed blessing – adding to the numbers, but often adding to the grumblers.
nk and file. Such would be a sure recipe for disaster!
nstrated by its vibrant spiritual life and fruitfulness, resulting from time spent in the holy place.
  – just a look of faith from wherever they were. We need to do the same with Jesus. Do it now, if you've never done it before!
Email                       Date        Reading            ReadingOT          ReadingNKJV
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/2/2008    Matthew 23:23-39   Exodus 39, 40      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/2/2008    Matthew 24:1-28    Leviticus 1, 2, 3  http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/2/2008    Matthew 24:29-51   Leviticus 4, 5     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/2/2008    Matthew 25:1-30    Leviticus 6, 7     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/2/2008   Matthew 25:31-46   Leviticus 8, 9, 10 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/2/2008   Matthew 26:1-25    Leviticus 11, 12   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/2/2008   Matthew 26:26-56   Leviticus 13       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/2/2008   Matthew 26:57-75   Leviticus 14       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/2/2008   Matthew 27:1-14    Leviticus 15, 16   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/2/2008   Matthew 27:15-44   Leviticus 17, 18   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/2/2008   Matthew 27:45-66   Leviticus 19, 20   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/2/2008   Matthew 28         Leviticus 21, 22   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/2/2008   Mark 1:1-21        Leviticus 23, 24   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/2/2008   Mark 1:22-45       Leviticus 25       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/2/2008   Mark 2             Leviticus 26, 27   http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/2/2008   Mark 3:1-19        Numbers 1, 2       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/2/2008   Mark 3:20-35       Numbers 3, 4       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/2/2008   Mark 4:1-20        Numbers 5, 6       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/2/2008   Mark 4:21-41       Numbers 7, 8       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/2/2008   Mark 5:1-20        Numbers 9, 10, 11 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/2/2008   Mark 5:21-43                           15
                                                           Numbers 12, 13, 14,http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/2/2008   Mark 6:1-29                            19
                                                           Numbers 16, 17, 18,http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/2/2008   Mark 6:30-56       Numbers 20, 21, 22 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?sear
ReadingNKJVOT ReadingNIV             ReadingNIVOT       Thought                 ThoughtOT
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus39,40&version=31 (v.27). “We ca
                                                        Inward religion is      important than outward religion
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus39,40&version=50 more Sporadic worship may have been in place during th
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew23:23-39&version=31
                                                        Before Jesus returns He said there would of sacrifice
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew24:1-28&version=31 be many deceivers and ma
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus1,2,3&version=31laid?' The words
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus1,2,3&version=50          'Is your all on the altar
                                                                               The first mention of 'sin' in the Bible said here. It
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew24:29-51&version=31 remember HeoccursHe wou
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus4,5&version=31
                                                        If you do not expect Jesus to return today,
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus4,5&version=50
                                                        God never compares one of His servants with had to
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew25:1-30&version=31 neveranother. He assesses e
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus6,7&version=31 go out. Each mor
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus6,7&version=50            The fire on the altar
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew25:31-46&version=31 for the fire devil falls from h
                                                        Everlasting fire was     prepared substitute
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus8,9,10&version=50 notThere is no for man, but for the which and his an
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus8,9,10&version=31
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus11,12&version=31 Jesus; some
                                                        Some, like the woman, Some things may be unclean for for
                                                                                are willing to give
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew26:1-25&version=31 up anything the redeemed tha
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus11,12&version=50
                    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew26:26-56&version=31 was a most and bow a littl
                                                        Some seasons           Leprosy in we times
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus13&version=50 of prayer demandBiblego “a little further”suitable analogy
                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=leviticus13&version=31
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                                                        Christians should be ashamed ofkilled outside was only
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                                                        Jesus told all His
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                                     http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=numbers5,6&version=31that some things
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                                                                               The Nazirite serves to remind us
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                                                        When Jesus blesses Read not 3:14-16 and realise 'There is
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 ip may have been in place during the first months of being saved, but by the first New Year's Day a definite plan for daily devotion had been established. A
 e altar of sacrifice laid?' The words of the gospel song echo the words associated with the early offerings detailed in Leviticus. Such dedication is 'sweet' t
 n of 'sin' in the Bible occurs here. It deals with unintentional sin – how gracious of God to have it worded so! Whether unintentional or deliberate however,
altar never had to go out. Each morning it was kindled into a flame again and the lamb and sweet incense offered. When we wake up each morning may w
 stitute for the fire which falls from heaven. Even privileged leaders will find that out to their cost if they substitute but a human alternative. There is equally
ay be unclean for the redeemed that are not declared unclean for all – nor should they be insisted on as unclean for all – but they should be insisted on as
e times was a most suitable analogy for sin – starting small, deeper than the skin, spreading much and causing the person to be unclean. Even when cured
   outside the camp in an earthly vessel? What had its blood shed? What died? What rose and flew into the heavens? And all to cleanse the unclean! Then
ed about our health and instructs us about our hygiene – as well as being concerned about our holiness. We should check we have no uncleanness in the
w should be upheld in the realm of God's people – and those who live in their company – even if it is flouted by the people surrounding them. He is concern
heat, or go about as a talebearer, or hate your brother, or tattoo any marks on you. Who says? 'I am the Lord your God!' If He is our Lord, we should note e
n be seen in people who are leaders, or in their manner of service, reflect on God's honour and should be eliminated. Defective leadership can lead to defe
hould gather to remember, especially the saving blood of the Lamb (Passover), the call to work in the harvest (feast of weeks or Pentecost) and the final in
 ilee freely released God's people from whatever bondage they were in, returned them home, and joyfully had them exulting in a situation as if nothing had
g on small hinges; big promises may depend on small 'if's – so may big warnings. God loves His people too much than to allow them to get away with sin. H
 nships exist even among those who are related. Wisdom must consider matters of age, youth, past connections and seniority, and aim to promote harmon
ne – I know Thou art mine!' is the privileged song of the saved. It should be followed by "Yours! Yours! Yours – I know I am Yours!' The Levites are now re
rves to remind us that some things are wrong for all people at all times, but some things are wrong for certain people at certain times. Dedicated leaders w
 g to the Lord's work dedicated gifts that are not asked for, should have them accepted and wisely used. Repetition of gifts are recorded in detail, because
God often include a 'mixed multitude' – those with mixed background influences, mixed motives for being there and mixed affections – for some still hanker
 he people of God is to progress, leaders must not fall out, main supporters must not lose heart and certainly they must never discourage the ordinary rank
ership can be contested! How often people can be lobbied for support! Heavenly anointing however does not depend on human votes – it is to be demons
4-16 and realise 'There is life for a look at the crucified one!' The Old Testament story offered a cure that asked for no payment and no extensive journey –
  r daily devotion had been established. Are your times with the Lord sporadic or systematic?
 in Leviticus. Such dedication is 'sweet' to the Lord.
 her unintentional or deliberate however, all sin can only be cleansed by 'the blood of Jesus Christ.'
  When we wake up each morning may we also awaken zeal, gratitude and love for the Saviour.
ut a human alternative. There is equally no substitute for the Holy Spirit and His power typified by the fire which fell at Pentecost.
or all – but they should be insisted on as unclean for the redeemed!
e person to be unclean. Even when cured it could leave scars on its victim. Beware the start of any sin!
  s? And all to cleanse the unclean! Then we should ask 'Who' did the same for a similar reason.
 ld check we have no uncleanness in the realms of our heads (minds) dress or homes.
 people surrounding them. He is concerned about quality life, not just eternal life.
 God!' If He is our Lord, we should note even the smallest of His laws. Do you try to?
ed. Defective leadership can lead to defective evangelism, defective discipleship and a defective people of God.
st of weeks or Pentecost) and the final ingathering and joy of 'harvest home.'
m exulting in a situation as if nothing had ever gone wrong from the beginning. Hallelujah! Look forward to our 'Jubilee'!
 han to allow them to get away with sin. He will pressurise them until they get away from sin.
nd seniority, and aim to promote harmony amongst the people of God by avoiding unnecessary tensions.
now I am Yours!' The Levites are now regarded as the blood bought, dedicated servants of the Lord.
ple at certain times. Dedicated leaders with the spotlight upon them must never forget this.
   of gifts are recorded in detail, because merely saying that others brought the same would not have been the same!
  mixed affections – for some still hanker for the past. They are a mixed blessing – adding to the numbers, but often adding to the grumblers.
must never discourage the ordinary rank and file. Such would be a sure recipe for disaster!
 nd on human votes – it is to be demonstrated by its vibrant spiritual life and fruitfulness, resulting from time spent in the holy place.
  no payment and no extensive journey – just a look of faith from wherever they were. We need to do the same with Jesus. Do it now, if you've never done i
 at Pentecost.




n adding to the grumblers.

n the holy place.
 Jesus. Do it now, if you've never done it before!
Email                            Date        Reading         Reading (no space0
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   1/3/2006    Mark 7          Mark7
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   2/3/2006    Mark 8:1-21     Mark8:1-21
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   3/3/2006    Mark 8:22-38    Mark8:22-38
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   4/3/2006    Mark 9:1-29     Mark9:1-29
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   5/3/2006    Mark 9:30-50    Mark9:30-50
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   6/3/2006    Mark 10:1-31    Mark10:1-31
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   7/3/2006    Mark 10:32-52   Mark10:32-52
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   8/3/2006    Mark 11:1-19    Mark11:1-19
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   9/3/2006    Mark 11:20-33   Mark11:20-33
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   10/3/2006   Mark 12:1-27    Mark12:1-27
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   11/3/2006   Mark 12:28-44   Mark12:28-44
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   12/3/2006   Mark 13:1-23    Mark13:1-23
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   13/3/2006   Mark 13:24-37   Mark13:24-37
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   14/3/2006   Mark 14:1-26    Mark14:1-26
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   15/3/2006   Mark 14:27-52   Mark14:27-52
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   16/3/2006   Mark 14:53-72   Mark14:53-72
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   17/3/2006   Mark 15:1-25    Mark15:1-25
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   18/3/2006   Mark 15:26-47   Mark15:26-47
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   19/3/2006   Mark 16         Mark16
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   20/3/2006   Luke 1:1-25     Luke1:1-25
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   21/3/2006   Luke 1:26-38    Luke1:26-38
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   22/3/2006   Luke 1:39-56    Luke1:39-56
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   23/3/2006   Luke 1:57-80    Luke1:57-80
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   24/3/2006   Luke 2:1-25     Luke2:1-25
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   25/3/2006   Luke 2:26-52    Luke2:26-52
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   26/3/2006   Luke 3          Luke3
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   27/3/2006   Luke 4:1-30     Luke4:1-30
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   28/3/2006   Luke 4:31-44    Luke4:31-44
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   29/3/2006   Luke 5:1-16     Luke5:1-16
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   30/3/2006   Luke 5:17-39    Luke5:17-39
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   31/3/2006   Luke 6:1-26     Luke6:1-26
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                                                                Jesus fed 4000 with 7 loaves, and 5000
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                                                                Some
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                                                                “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!” Jesus resp
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                                                                Following Jesus is very different to following a
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                                                                The
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                                                                Underneath the picture of an ox with a
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                                                                What
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark11:1-19&version=50 a blessing Jesus was! And what a blessing
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                                                                Sooner
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                                                                Christ
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                                                                Any person who agrees with what Jesus
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                                                                We
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                                                                The future has yet to see “the Son of Man
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark13:24-37&version=31 com
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                                                                Those
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark14:1-26&version=50 who make sacrifices for Christ are often
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                                                                We always note when prominent people
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                                                                When
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                                                                Drugs, drink, immoral sex and many other sins
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                                                                It is sometimes easier to explain what has
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                                                                How
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                                                                Zacharias and Elizabeth were old and had their
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                                                                A person with the inner presence of Christ, can
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                                                                A man who doubts the word of God may
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                                                                All
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                                                                When
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke2:26-52&version=50 a man knows the presence of the Holy Sp
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http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke3&version=50 Seven famous people in political, social and re
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                                                                Jesus left us an example which included some
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                                                                “His
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                                                                “From now on you will catch men.” Jesus neve
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                                                                Matthew no sooner followed Jesus than
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke5:17-39&version=31 he bec
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                                                                The
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nt worshipping lips and wandering hearts. Beware of ever singing, praying or speaking on „automatic‟. “Words with
  th 7 loaves, and 5000 with only 5 loaves. God delights to do more with less. Watch out if you think you have a lot
   are not blind, nevertheless cannot see properly. If people we meet seem little more than objects or statistics, w
 help my unbelief!” Jesus responded to that prayer, and He is still happy to, especially if prayed with the same urg
s very different to following a particular group of followers. The former can be so liberating – the latter can be so
  is wonderful, and every word can teach us so much. Note that „commanded‟ is not the same as „permitted‟, „mal
picture of an ox with a plough on one side, and an altar on the other, the Moravians have the motto “Ready for eit
 esus was! And what a blessing are all those who come in His name: evangelists, Sunday School teachers, and Chris
 tree than a withered one, and sooner a fruitful life than a withered one – but both have lessons to teach. The form
ected but He cannot be faulted. He passed the personal character test (v.14) the sensitive political test (v.17) the
  grees with what Jesus taught is “not far from the kingdom”, but it is the person who trusts what Jesus wrought (o
   world, and a sorrowing one. Earthquakes cause sorrows, famines cause sorrows and all sorts of other troubles cau
  t to see “the Son of Man coming in great power and glory.” His people have to wait expectantly for that day; whi
 sacrifices for Christ are often rebuked for not doing more for charity. Critics are not always charitable in their cri
when prominent people make promises and fail to keep them, but often overlook that others make similar promise
“Follow Me” – He did not intend we should “follow at a distance.” It is a cold disciple who does, and a cowardly on
moral sex and many other sins are much like Barabbas – they have a history of cheating, robbing and killing. Is it no
asier to explain what has happened, than why it has happened. Not so with the cross! We may not know what Chri
 or us on the cross is “His Finished Work”. But Christ has unfinished work – interceding for us in heaven, and workin
charias in the priesthood? And what high position might John the Baptist have inherited if he had not become a go
 zabeth were old and had their prayers answered; Mary was young and had her purity honoured. Heaven has never
e inner presence of Christ, can convey to another an inner awareness of Christ. So it was with Mary and Elizabeth.
 s the word of God may as well be dumb, for he doesn‟t have much to say. But let the believing person write, spea
 n the essential “night shift” deserve our gratitude. While some sleep, others can both work, hear from heaven, di
ws the presence of the Holy Spirit, the teaching of the Holy Spirit and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, his speech w
ople in political, social and religious circles were all bye-passed by heaven as “the word of God came to John.” Pe
 xample which included some good habits. It was His regular practice to go to the house of God, on the day of God
  ll its ancient power” – but so does His word! He could heal diseased bodies without touching, but He could not he
 u will catch men.” Jesus never intended fishermen to fish for fish only to fail; He never intended soulwinners to te
er followed Jesus than he became a fisher of men. He invited his work colleagues home for a meal to meet Jesus.
 e plain is not quite the same as the sermon on the Mount. Jesus is concerned with the poor, not just the poor in sp
 g on „automatic‟. “Words without the heart the Lord will never hear, nor will He to those lips attend whose praye
out if you think you have a lot to offer, and be encouraged if you don‟t think you have much! In the beginning God
 e than objects or statistics, we need to pray “Open my eyes that I may see this one and that one needing Thee!”
 ly if prayed with the same urgency as the father in this story: “with tears”.
 erating – the latter can be so limiting and give rise to endless suspicions, criticisms and splits. Beware the mental
the same as „permitted‟, „male‟ is not the same as „female‟, „wife‟ is not the same as „woman‟, and „become‟ is o
have the motto “Ready for either!” Jesus was ready in His life for either service or sacrifice (v.45) – should His fol
day School teachers, and Christian servants sharing sympathy and neighbourly help. All work towards the goal they
 ave lessons to teach. The former are challenges we should aim at achieving – the latter are warnings we should se
nsitive political test (v.17) the disputed theological test (vv.18-27) and the probing morality test (vv.28-34). “All m
o trusts what Jesus wrought (on the cross) who enters the kingdom. To be “not far away” is still to be “too far aw
  all sorts of other troubles cause sorrows. The Man of Sorrows sympathises with so many sorrows in this world. So
 expectantly for that day; while they wait they must watch; while they watch they must work. Someday, all waitin
  always charitable in their criticism, and sometimes they are not very charitable in their deeds of charity! Christ‟
 t others make similar promises and also fail to keep them. Sometimes it seems there are advantages in not being
e who does, and a cowardly one; even when asked to give their testimony, such a person can fail to take the oppo
ng, robbing and killing. Is it not strange therefore that people still prefer that way of life, to choosing Christ with
s! We may not know what Christ suffered, but we know the answer to “Why?” “Jesus the debt of my sin fully paid,
 g for us in heaven, and working alongside His soulwinning servants on earth “confirming the word with signs follow
ted if he had not become a gospel preacher? “If God calls you to be a missionary, do not stoop to be a king!”
  honoured. Heaven has never changed in its response to prayers, nor in its response to purity.
 was with Mary and Elizabeth. May those we meet today acknowledge that in indefinable ways we “brought a sens
 e believing person write, speak, praise and pray “Open my mouth and let me bear, tidings of mercy everywhere!”
th work, hear from heaven, discover Christ and tell others about Him. Rejoice knowing that God is the God of the
of the Holy Spirit, his speech will be like Simon‟s – he will make much of Jesus!
 ord of God came to John.” People can be too big for God to use, but nobody can be too small.
 use of God, on the day of God to give attention to the word of God. Every disciple therefore should do the same.
touching, but He could not heal distressed spirits without speaking. And those words have been given to all genera
 ver intended soulwinners to testify to people unsuccessfully. Perhaps we also need to launch out, go deeper and p
 me for a meal to meet Jesus. Andrew had reached his brother Peter; Philip had brought his friend Nathanael; hav
he poor, not just the poor in spirit; the hungry, not just those hungry for God; those who weep – and not just over
 those lips attend whose prayers are not sincere.”
ve much! In the beginning God showed what He could do even with nothing!
 and that one needing Thee!”

and splits. Beware the mentality: “he does not follow us!”
as „woman‟, and „become‟ is only possible if the situation did not exist before.
 acrifice (v.45) – should His followers not be so as well?
All work towards the goal they anticipate “blessed is the kingdom … that comes!”
tter are warnings we should seek to avoid.
morality test (vv.28-34). “All may fail – but Jesus never!”
 way” is still to be “too far away”! Where would you say you are?
 any sorrows in this world. So should we.
must work. Someday, all waiting, watching and working will be over.
 their deeds of charity! Christ‟s approval is all that should concern His followers.
e are advantages in not being too prominent a person!
erson can fail to take the opportunity. Am I like that?
 f life, to choosing Christ with His offer of new life?
  the debt of my sin fully paid, He paid the ransom for me!”
ming the word with signs following.”
  not stoop to be a king!”

able ways we “brought a sense of Him” to them.
tidings of mercy everywhere!”
ng that God is the God of the night as well as the day!

 too small.
herefore should do the same.
 have been given to all generations in permanent form in the Bible.
to launch out, go deeper and prove Jesus true to His word.
ught his friend Nathanael; have I tried to win another in a similar way?
 who weep – and not just over sins. We do well to remember we need earthly compassion, not just „spiritual‟ comp
ssion, not just „spiritual‟ compassion
Email                            Date        Reading
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   1/4/2006    Luke 6:27-49
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   2/4/2006    Luke 7:1-30
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   3/4/2006    Luke 7:31-50
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   4/4/2006    Luke 8:1-25
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   5/4/2006    Luke 8:26-56
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   6/4/2006    Luke 9:1-17
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   7/4/2006    Luke 9:18-36
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   8/4/2006    Luke 9:37-62
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   9/4/2006    Luke 10:1-24
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   10/4/2006   Luke 10:25-42
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   11/4/2006   Luke 11:1-28
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   12/4/2006   Luke 11:29-54
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   13/4/2006   Luke 12:1-34
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   14/4/2006   Luke 12:35-59
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   15/4/2006   Luke 13:1-21
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   16/4/2006   Luke 13:22-35
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   17/4/2006   Luke 14:1-24
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   18/4/2006   Luke 14:25-35
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   19/4/2006   Luke 15:1-10
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   20/4/2006   Luke 15:11-32
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   21/4/2006   Luke 16
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   22/4/2006   Luke 17:1-19
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   23/4/2006   Luke 17:20-37
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   24/4/2006   Luke 18:1-23
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   25/4/2006   Luke 18:24-43
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   26/4/2006   Luke 19:1-27
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   27/4/2006   Luke 19:28-48
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   28/4/2006   Luke 20:1-26
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   29/4/2006   Luke 20:27-47
dailythoughts@younglife.org.uk   30/4/2006   Luke 21:1-19
ReadingNKJV                             ReadingNIV              Thought
                                                                Saints
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke6:27-49&version=50 are often at pains to say to sinners: “We are not sa
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke6:27-49&version=31
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke7:1-30&version=31 children
                                                                Heartbroken parents who feel they have lost their
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke7:1-30&version=50
                                                                God
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke7:31-50&version=50 has many servants; if some do not listen to one voice
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke7:31-50&version=31
                                                                If a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke8:1-25&version=50 person has no devil inside him, yet he certainly has on
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke8:1-25&version=31
                                                                When
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke8:26-56&version=50 „big‟ sinners are converted, they can sometimes ha
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke8:26-56&version=31
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:1-17&version=31
                                                                Some
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:1-17&version=50 reports of people being raised from the dead were e
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:18-36&version=31
                                                                To go
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:18-36&version=50 to a prayer meeting is good; to go to a prayer meeti
                                                                Any
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:37-62&version=50disciple is entitled to say, “Lord, may I …”, but to say
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke9:37-62&version=31
                                                                When
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke10:1-24&version=50 the Bible says “after these things”, always ask “Afte
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke10:1-24&version=31
                                                                Jews
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke10:25-42&version=50and Samaritans did not get on! Yet this lovely story s
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke10:25-42&version=31
                                                                Prayers should never be selfish. There is no indication tha
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke11:1-28&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke11:1-28&version=50
                                                                Many
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke11:29-54&version=50 are willing to journey miles to hear of Jesus, while s
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                                                                Do not
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke12:1-34&version=50 be taken in by religious hypocrites (1); do not be af
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke12:1-34&version=31
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke12:35-59&version=31an intere
                                                                An invested interest in heaven is better than just
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke12:35-59&version=50
                                                                Spurgeon preached a sermon on this passage entitled “Ac
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke13:1-21&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke13:1-21&version=50
                                                                A person asked Jesus “Are there few saved?” He
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke13:22-35&version=31 could ha
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke13:22-35&version=50
                                                                The
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke14:1-24&version=50soulwinner invites people to Jesus saying: “Come, for
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke14:1-24&version=31
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke14:25-35&version=31
                                                                There
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke14:25-35&version=50 is a need to listen to Jesus reverently (35); to count
                                                                “Until
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke15:1-10&version=50 He Find It” was the title of a book by George Demps
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke15:1-10&version=31
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke15:11-32&version=31
                                                                The beloved Methodist preacher W.E.Sangster preached
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke15:11-32&version=50
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke16&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke16&version=50 Whoever would want to pass from hell to heaven? The an
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke17:1-19&version=31
                                                                Ten
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke17:1-19&version=50lepers wanted to be clean. They wanted to be like oth
                                                                Wherever the King owns a piece of territory, has
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke17:20-37&version=31reposses
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke17:20-37&version=50
                                                                He who loses prayer, loses heart; he who has no
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke18:1-23&version=31 heart, w
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke18:1-23&version=50
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke18:24-43&version=31
                                                                Money
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke18:24-43&version=50 can buy anything but happiness, and gain an entra
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke19:1-27&version=31 ground
                                                                Zaccheus was small. When he got his feet on the
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke19:1-27&version=50
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke19:28-48&version=31
                                                                Jesus
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke19:28-48&version=50 soon tamed an animal no man had tamed before. E
                                                                Sometimes it is wise to answer a question by asking one;
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke20:1-26&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke20:1-26&version=50
                                                                Sometimes wisdom must detect the real question
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke20:27-47&version=31 behind
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke20:27-47&version=50
                                                                Jesus
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke21:1-19&version=50 said many will come saying “I am He … the time dr
                                       http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke21:1-19&version=31
  ins to say to sinners: “We are not saying that we are better than you” – but the Saviour is at pains to say to the saints: “If you are not better th
 who feel they have lost their children forever, often find that they get them back again in a wonderful and unexpected way when young peopl
nts; if some do not listen to one voice, they may listen to another. Wooing may win where warning may fail; conscience may succeed where k
 vil inside him, yet he certainly has one outside him intent on doing him harm – and especially in counteracting any gospel influence which mi
 e converted, they can sometimes have a „big‟ influence. Even „little‟ converts can have a „little‟ influence. Perhaps a „little‟ sinner can win a „bi
ple being raised from the dead were exaggerated rumours even in the time of Christ (but only some!) What Herod experienced is still a great
eting is good; to go to a prayer meeting and pray is better; but to go to a prayer meeting in order to pray, and praying is the best of all. That w
d to say, “Lord, may I …”, but to say “Lord, let me …” betrays a flawed understanding of true discipleship.
 “after these things”, always ask “After what things?” It was after a fall out of some followers, that Jesus lined up the rest for an advance. The
s did not get on! Yet this lovely story shows that one „despised and rejected‟ came to help one numbered among those who „despised and rej
   be selfish. There is no indication that this praying man asked anything for himself, but he was willing to put himself out and beg for another.
urney miles to hear of Jesus, while some won‟t stir themselves to go a few yards! How far am I willing to go to hear of Jesus? And how far am
   religious hypocrites (1); do not be afraid of persecution (4); do not deny Jesus (9); do not worry about answering for your faith in court (11); d
n heaven is better than just an interest in heaven. No thief has ever broken into the Bank of Heaven, and no need has ever broken it.
a sermon on this passage entitled “Accidents – not Judgements!” If falling buildings kill people we should not ask if those killed were bad sinn
 s “Are there few saved?” He could have asked “Are there many saved?” or “Are none saved?” or “Are all saved?” The vital question to know
 s people to Jesus saying: “Come, for all things are now ready!” Some do not come, being all too ready with an excuse. But that is no excuse
  en to Jesus reverently (35); to count the cost thoughtfully (28); to love the Lord gratefully (26); to follow His footsteps obediently (27); to carry
  the title of a book by George Dempster. He trudged the streets of London to reclaim lost sinners who were out of touch with parents, and so
 st preacher W.E.Sangster preached a sermon on the Prodigal Son. His three pertinent points were (1) Sick of Home (2) Homesick (3) Home
  to pass from hell to heaven? The answer is every lost soul if they possibly could! But whoever would want to pass from heaven to hell? The
   be clean. They wanted to be like others, and wanted to be accepted by others. Any sinner who wants to be clean however, will discover the
wns a piece of territory, has repossessed it and is reigning there – you will find the kingdom of God. Heaven knows of it; individuals may expe
   loses heart; he who has no heart, will have no prayer; but he who does not lose heart, but continues to pray, will gain heaven‟s answer even
 ing but happiness, and gain an entrance to anywhere but heaven. Sometimes great riches can bring great sorrow. Though money cannot pa
  When he got his feet on the ground he no longer looked down on Jesus, but looked up to Him. When he discovered the joy of salvation, it n
    animal no man had tamed before. Equally, He can tame the unbridled tongue, the uncontrolled temper and the unrestrained passion of man
 to answer a question by asking one; sometimes by telling a story, and sometimes by using a visual aid. Wisdom must learn to be adaptable,
must detect the real question behind the surface question. Red herrings must be avoided; real hindrances must be addressed. Jesus was the
 come saying “I am He … the time draws near …” With those two errors in mind, He then said: “Do not go after them” – for if you do, that will
y to the saints: “If you are not better than sinners – what is the point of being saints?”
d unexpected way when young people receive new life in Christ,
ail; conscience may succeed where kindness fails. Let each servant concentrate on his own calling – and not be critical of another‟s.
acting any gospel influence which might bring about his salvation.
  Perhaps a „little‟ sinner can win a „big‟ sinner who will then have a „big‟ influence!
hat Herod experienced is still a great need of our own times: the resurrection from the dead of a stifled conscience!
 and praying is the best of all. That was what Jesus did when He went up the mountain to pray.

 ined up the rest for an advance. The best way to counteract retreat is to go on an offensive.
   among those who „despised and rejected him.‟ He depicted the „neighbour‟, and depicted the one we are instructed to love.
 put himself out and beg for another. Who do I pray for? – and how do I pray for them?
   go to hear of Jesus? And how far am I willing to go to tell of Jesus?
 nswering for your faith in court (11); do not just live to live (29) – but live for Jesus all you can!
d no need has ever broken it.
   not ask if those killed were bad sinners, but whether those left alive were bad builders.
  l saved?” The vital question to know the answer to however is “Am I saved?” Have you ever asked that question? What do you think Jesus w
with an excuse. But that is no excuse for the soulwinner to give up – he must be ready to go and invite others.
His footsteps obediently (27); to carry our cross unashamedly (27) and renounce all reservations wholeheartedly (33)
 ere out of touch with parents, and so many out of touch with purity as well. How many he reclaimed for the Saviour! May similar joys as his, b
Sick of Home (2) Homesick (3) Home! When sermons are simple like that, they often strike home!
  nt to pass from heaven to hell? The answer is every would-be soulwinner if they possibly could and if they might achieve something. But sou
   be clean however, will discover the opposite. Becoming clean is becoming unlike so many others, and often means becoming unacceptable
 ven knows of it; individuals may experience it; corporate believers enjoy it – and earth will yet wake up to it fully when the King returns!
 pray, will gain heaven‟s answer even though it tarries. Hope on! And pray on!
  at sorrow. Though money cannot pave a way to heaven, yet it may pave a way to hell. Make sure you master your attitude to money, or it wi
 e discovered the joy of salvation, it not only led him to sorting out restitution, but led him to the joy of giving as well.
  and the unrestrained passion of man, that have thwarted every previous attempt to be tamed by the man himself.
 Wisdom must learn to be adaptable, and so must the soulwinner for “he who would win souls must be wise.”
  s must be addressed. Jesus was the master debater and soulwinner. He promised “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.”
  o after them” – for if you do, that will be a third and even greater error than the first two, as far as you are concerned.
 d not be critical of another‟s.




 re instructed to love.




 question? What do you think Jesus would answer if you did?

 eartedly (33)
 he Saviour! May similar joys as his, be ours in similar service.

ey might achieve something. But soulwinning time is limited to earth only. We do well to remember that!
often means becoming unacceptable to others.
o it fully when the King returns!

master your attitude to money, or it will master you and be your downfall!




 ll make you fishers of men.”
 e concerned.
Email                       Date        Reading         ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/5/2007    Luke 21:20-38   1 Kings 10, 11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/5/2007    Luke 22:1-23    1 Kings 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/5/2007    Luke 22:24-46   1 Kings 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/5/2007    Luke 22:47-71   1 Kings 16, 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/5/2007    Luke 23:1-25    1 Kings 19, 20
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/5/2007    Luke 23:26-56   1 Kings 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/5/2007    Luke 24:1-35    2 Kings 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/5/2007    Luke 24:36-53   2 Kings 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/5/2007    John 1:1-28     2 Kings 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/5/2007   John 1:29-51    2 Kings 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/5/2007   John 2          2 Kings 13, 14
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/5/2007   John 3:1-21     2 Kings 15, 16
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/5/2007   John 3:22-36    2 Kings 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/5/2007   John 4:1-30     2 Kings 19, 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/5/2007   John 4:31-54    2 Kings 22, 23
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/5/2007   John 5:1-30     2 Kings 24, 25
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/5/2007   John 5:31-47    1 Chronicles 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/5/2007   John 6:1-21     1 Chronicles 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/5/2007   John 6:22-40    1 Chronicles 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/5/2007   John 6:41-71    1 Chronicles 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/5/2007   John 7:1-24     1 Chronicles 13, 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/5/2007   John 7:25-53    1 Chronicles 16, 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/5/2007   John 8:1-30     1 Chronicles 19, 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/5/2007   John 8:31-59    1 Chronicles 22, 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/5/2007   John 9:1-23     1 Chronicles 25, 26, 27
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/5/2007   John 9:24-41    1 Chronicles 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/5/2007   John 10:1-21    2 Chronicles 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/5/2007   John 10:22-42   2 Chronicles 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/5/2007   John 11:1-27    2 Chronciles 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/5/2007   John 11:28-57   2 Chronicles 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/5/2007   John 12:1-26    2 Chronicles 13, 14
ReadingNKJV
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke21:20-38&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:1-23&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:24-46&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:47-71&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke23:1-25&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke23:26-56&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke24:1-35&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke24:36-53&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John1:1-28&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John1:29-51&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John2&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John3:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John3:22-36&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John4:1-30&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John4:31-54&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:1-30&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:31-47&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:22-40&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:41-71&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John7:1-24&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John7:25-53&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John8:1-30&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John8:31-59&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:1-23&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:24-41&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John10:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John10:22-42&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John11:1-27&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John11:28-57&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John12:1-26&version=50
ReadingNKJVOT                                         ReadingNIV
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke21:20-38&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings10-11&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:1-23&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings12-13&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:24-46&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings14-15&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke22:47-71&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings16-18&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke23:1-25&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings19-20&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke23:26-56&versi
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                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke24:1-35&versio
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                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke24:36-53&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings4-6&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John1:1-28&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings7-9&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John1:29-51&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings10-12&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John2&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings13-14&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John3:1-21&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings15-16&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John3:22-36&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings17-18&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John4:1-30&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings19-21&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John4:31-54&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings22-23&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:1-30&version
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                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:31-47&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles1-3&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:1-21&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles4-6&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:22-40&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles7-9&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John6:41-71&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles10-12&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John7:1-24&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles13-15&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John7:25-53&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles16-18&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John8:1-30&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=19-21&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John8:31-59&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles22-24&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:1-23&version
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles25-27&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:24-41&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles28-29&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John10:1-21&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles1-3&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John10:22-42&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles4-6&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John11:1-27&versio
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles7-9&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John11:28-57&versi
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles10-12&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John12:1-26&versio
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ReadingNIVOT                               Thought                          ThoughtOT
                                                                            "Love" world and ask any and every relationship.
                                           Many look at what is happening in thedoes not justify“Where will it all end?” That
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings10-11&version=31
                                                                            We the devil, and any advice a deal with the an
                                           Never believe the devil, never trust should bewarenever make which is unkind,dev
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings12-13&version=31
                                           To the devil any front line disciple is Public Enemy Number so willHe is not conte
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings14-15&version=31          If religion declines in a land, One! morality. Any r
                                           There are none so blind and When all seems lost, God Jesus and think He ke
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings16-18&version=31 foolish as those who ridicule can cause widows todo
                                           Pilate ignored conscience and Mental stress and physical exhaustion death, theto
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings19-20&version=31          it resulted in the innocent being put to can lead g
                                           The dying thief had what is
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1kings21-22&version=31 called “a deathbed conversion.” One such conversion
                                                                            A weak man who gets involved with an attractive b
                                           Christianity was never foundedWhencoffin!takes any servant to heaven He can p
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings1-3&version=31             on a God It was founded on a living Christ eme
                                           When Jesus met with the          God's kindness is shown in so many ways: share
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings4-6&version=31 disciples He counteracted doubts, promoted joy,relievi
                                                                            Somebody said that evangelism is one – somethi
                                           You cannot become something you already are. Jesus „became‟ flesh beggar tel
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings7-9&version=31
                                           The first time the word „lamb‟ The sword the been used righteously to unanswe
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings10-12&version=31 was used in has Old Testament was in an depose u
                                           The only record in the Bible Though healings may be granted, healing is not g
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings13-14&version=31 of any command that Mary gave, was: “Whatever He
                                           When God first gave His Son may have only at the time of “Christmas”, that
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings15-16&version=31 itThe Bible's beencomment on many kings is but itth
                                                                            Secret acts much of Jesus and as much of ears,
                                           A would-be critic said of a church it “made are noticed by God,not are deaf anyth
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings17-18&version=31
                                           Jesus was willing to discuss Personal and current problems send people to pra
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings19-21&version=31 privately with a questioning man who came seeking
                                           Jesus aimed at finishing the In decadent times mastered His diary sufficiently
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings22-23&version=31 will of God – but still it can be easier to find a faithfut
                                           The question Jesus asked           not “Do you want to go to heaven?” or “Do you w
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2kings24-25&version=31 wasThough a man may be pardoned speedily, yet rar
                                           Some remarkable people have said remarkable show up relations – even so, th
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles1-3&version=31 Family trees soonthings about Jesus who were go
                                           Like his Master, if any servant Have you ever prayed "Oh he deepest longing) t
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles4-6&version=31 has moments of popularity,(themay well need to g
                                           George Verwer, founder of Operation Mobilisation said numbers - every last per
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles7-9&version=31 God does not generaliseabout his Christian life: “I
                                           The Bible throws a lot of light on
                                                                            When a cause is 'despised and rejected' it (v.40)
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles10-12&version=31 the Bible! „Seeing and believing‟ in Jesusreveals
                                           Peer pressure tends to come from cause minorities rather than silent majoritie
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles13-15&version=31 shouting advances by blood bought people of
                                                                            God's
                                           The Bible maintains that there "Iwere are sweet covenant words that should thrill
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles16-18&version=31 will"so many prophecies that they were sufficien
                                           For every woman who              There for two lessons to learn about man who is
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=19-21&version=31 sells her body are a moment, there could be asin: that thou
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles22-24&version=31     God in His sovereignty can bring good even out o
                                           A slave was required to obey promptly. When sin calls, a slave of sin will respond
                                           No human life has any life beforeMusic one, so no suffering results from being pun
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles25-27&version=31 thisministry among God's worshipping people w
                                           The new Christian convert should Something started well could fail the baton wha
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles28-29&version=31 avoid theological controversy,ifand stick tois no
                                           The good Shepherd is a knowing shepherd, a guiding shepherd, a self-sacrificing
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles1-3&version=31 God still builds His temples at Mount Moriah. It wa
                                           The good Shepherd‟s sheep Written Him (26) belong to Him (27) listen to Him
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles4-6&version=31believe inprayers can be so helpful to widen our sco
                                           Years ago a radio personality To aptly work is one thing, to finish it another, an
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles7-9&version=31 wasstart anamed “Mona Lott.” Thomas was the dis
                                           Only Christ can give life, but sometimes asks His disciples to help a man good u
                                                                            A
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles10-12&version=31 good dad with good advice guarantees again his
                                           People raised from the dead tend two principles of religion in this world were typ
                                                                            The
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles13-14&version=31 to attract attention. Churches with regular conv
any and every relationship. "Love" that broke Biblical guidelines ruined Samson. Both successful businessmen and spiritual leaders can fail t
   advice which is unkind, any practice which is unscriptural, and any 'word of the Lord' from others claiming they know God's will for us. God is
  and, so will morality. Any return to the Lord and doing what is right in His eyes, may well lead to certain practices being banned, certain relat
  od can cause widows to keep both His servants and His cause alive, prayers to bring life to the dead, and courageous individuals to bring ba
 ical exhaustion can lead to spiritual depression. God's kind antidote here included extra sleep, some good hot meals, a break in the country,
  nvolved with an attractive but ungodly woman is on a disastrous course. So is a godly person who gets involved with ungodly people in a see
 ervant to heaven He can pass on his mantle to another on earth. Where is the God of God-anointed people of the past? Still here! And lookin
wn in so many ways: relieving the bereaved in financial difficulties, restoring to health the tragically sick and reassuring the frightened when su
 angelism is one beggar telling another beggar where to find bread. Evangelism should be one of our concerns today, and getting up to date o
  ed righteously to depose unrighteous leaders. More frequently, however, it has been used unrighteously to eliminate righteous people. Pray
  e granted, healing is not guaranteed. There are no stereotyped cases of healing, or doctrines for healing. Even godly healers die, and (as he
ent on many kings is that they came and went, whether good or bad and whether they gained ground or lost it. Will anything in my life be wor
   by God, as are deaf ears, stiff necks and misdirected faith. Men often see the effects of such foolish attitudes without seeing the causes whi
 roblems send people to prayer rather than problems involving other people or the future. We little realise the damage that such negligence ca
n be easier to find a faithful woman than a faithful man. If God has used the spoken ministry of women, instead of insisting it is never of God,
  pardoned speedily, yet rarely a nation. Though a man may go to judgement speedily, yet rarely a nation. But history clearly teaches that natio
w up relations who were good and others bad, some famous and some unknown; marriages that did not work, and others – even second one
  Oh (the deepest longing) that You (the highest source) would bless (the greatest privilege) me (the neediest person) indeed (the widest appl
  e numbers - every last person counts – that is why one census numbered 22,034. Nor does God generally hand out jobs – He puts people in
  sed and rejected' it reveals followers who are genuine. Some only want to jump on popular band wagons. Learn who your true friends are in
  by blood bought people of God putting shoulders to the work, and progressing step by step, slowly but surely and by the sweat of the brow. C
 ant words that should thrill every bride, every groom and every believer. God's promises should find the response: "I will – pray and give than
  o learn about sin: that though man sins yet Satan may initiate it, and when man sins and seeks God's pardon, God forgives and forgets it, m
  can bring good even out of evil. From one sin of David came the son who built the Temple. From another sin, the site was obtained on which
God's worshipping people was entrusted to saved, separated, skilful and scriptural people appointed to their task. Spiritual leadership and go
  could fail if the baton is not passed on well. Leaders stepping down from leadership should prepare well for successors to succeed more eas
 ples at Mount Moriah. It was the 'Calvary' of the Old Testament. A father offered his son there, judgement was averted there, and it was the p
  so helpful to widen our scope for prayer. Prayers are here for those who are obedient, repentant, defeated, going through a dry patch, sick, a
 hing, to finish it another, and to finish it in a well ordered fashion throughout is probably the highest thing. How well are we doing in constructi
advice guarantees a good upbringing, but not necessarily a good son. Friends can lead him to folly. Godly counsel can only get him back on t
  ligion in this world were typified by Cain and Abel. Where Israel followed Cain, Judah initially kept true to the God revealed way of faith in the
ssmen and spiritual leaders can fail through sexual folly. Make sure you control your "love" life.
ng they know God's will for us. God is quite able to speak directly to us if He wishes to.
practices being banned, certain relationships ended, and certain items being destroyed.
nd courageous individuals to bring back spiritual blessing to nations.
od hot meals, a break in the country, quiet rediscovery of His voice, and a friend to help before facing fresh service.
 nvolved with ungodly people in a seemingly godly cause. Mind how you go today!
ople of the past? Still here! And looking for others to anoint in their place.
nd reassuring the frightened when surrounded by troubles. Keep alert to spot His kindness to you today.
ncerns today, and getting up to date on neglected duties another. Try to be involved in both today.
y to eliminate righteous people. Pray for the persecuted church. 500 more will die today.
g. Even godly healers die, and (as here) sometimes through sicknesses which are not healed.
 lost it. Will anything in my life be worth recording?
 itudes without seeing the causes which have caused them. Guard well your 'secret' life!
   the damage that such negligence can cause. Aim at widening the scope of your prayers.
 nstead of insisting it is never of God, perhaps critics should learn to keep silent themselves!
   But history clearly teaches that nations can die and go to judgment as surely as individuals.
 work, and others – even second ones – which did. Don't just read bible lists – learn from them.
diest person) indeed (the widest application)"? Somebody did – and was answered!
ally hand out jobs – He puts people into trusted office. So with God – I count! – so does my job!
 s. Learn who your true friends are in times of trouble – not in times of triumph.
  urely and by the sweat of the brow. Copying pagan suggestions of alternative, easier and popular ways only brings disaster.
 response: "I will – pray and give thanks for His every promise of kindness!"
 ardon, God forgives and forgets it, mentioning it no more. Such grace!
er sin, the site was obtained on which to build it. Nevertheless, avoid sin – don't presume!
 heir task. Spiritual leadership and godly spokesmen were raised from other quarters.
   for successors to succeed more easily. Are you mentoring another in discipleship?
nt was averted there, and it was the place of peace. Where can anyone be saved? At Calvary!
 ed, going through a dry patch, sick, afflicted, immigrants, facing crises or backsliders.
 . How well are we doing in constructing our lives to the glory of God and the blessing of others?
 y counsel can only get him back on track if listened to. Whose advice do I follow?
o the God revealed way of faith in the blood of the lamb, offered near the place called Calvary.
only brings disaster.
Email                       Date        Reading      ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/5/2007   John 5:31-47 1 Chronicles 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/5/2007   John 9:1-23 1 Chronicles 25, 26, 27
ReadingNKJV                                ReadingNKJVOT       ReadingNIV
                                           http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles1-3&version=50
                                                               http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:31-4
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John5:31-47&version=50
                                           http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles25-27&version=50
                                                               http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:1-23
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John9:1-23&version=50
ReadingNIVOT             Thought                      ThoughtOT
                                                      Family remarkable things about Jesus – were good and others bad, in
                         Some remarkable people have said trees soon show up relations whoeven so, their words are not so
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles1-3&version=31
                         No human life has any life before this one, so no suffering results from being was entrusted to saved
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1chronicles25-27&version=31God's worshipping peoplepunished for a previous
                                                      Music ministry among
re good and others bad, some famous and some unknown; marriages that did not work, and others – even second ones – which did. Don't j
ople was entrusted to saved, separated, skilful and scriptural people appointed to their task. Spiritual leadership and godly spokesmen were
ven second ones – which did. Don't just read bible lists – learn from them.
adership and godly spokesmen were raised from other quarters.
Email                       Date        Reading         ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   01/6/2007   John 12:27-50   2 Chronicles 15,16
dailythoughts@listbox.com   02/6/2007   John 13:1-20    2 Chronicles 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   03/6/2007   John 13:21-38   2 Chronicles 19, 20
dailythoughts@listbox.com   04/6/2007   John 14         2 Chronicles 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   05/6/2007   John 15         2 Chronicles 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   06/6/2007   John 16         2 Chronicles 25, 26, 27
dailythoughts@listbox.com   07/6/2007   John 17         2 Chronicles 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   08/6/2007   John 18:1-18    2 Chronicles 30, 31
dailythoughts@listbox.com   09/6/2007   John 18:19-49   2 Chronicles 32, 33
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/6/2007   John 19:1-22    2 Chronicles 34, 35, 36
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/6/2007   John 19:23-42   Ezra 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/6/2007   John 20         Ezra 3, 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/6/2007   John 21         Ezra 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/6/2007   Acts 1          Ezra 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/6/2007   Acts 2:1-21     Nehemiah 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/6/2007   Acts 2:22-47    Nehemiah 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/6/2007   Acts 3          Nehemiah 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/6/2007   Acts 4:1-22     Nehemiah 10, 11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/6/2007   Acts 4:23-37    Nehemiah 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/6/2007   Acts 5:1-21     Esther 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/6/2007   Acts 5:22-42    Esther 3, 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/6/2007   Acts 6          Esther 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/6/2007   Acts 7:1-22     Esther 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/6/2007   Acts 7:23-43    Job 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/6/2007   Acts 7:44-60    Job 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/6/2007   Acts 8:1-25     Job 5, 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/6/2007   Acts 8:26-40    Job 8, 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/6/2007   Acts 9:1-21     Job 11, 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/6/2007   Acts 9:22-43    Job 14, 15, 16
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/6/2007   Acts 10:1-23    Job 17, 18, 19
ReadingNKJV
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John12:27-50&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John13:1-20&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John13:21-38&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John14&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John15&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John16&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John17&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John18:1-18&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John18:19-49&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John19:1-22&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John19:23-42&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John20&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts1&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts2:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts2:22-47&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts4:1-22&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts4:23-37&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts5:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts5:22-42&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts6&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts7:1-22&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts7:23-43&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts7:44-60&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts8:1-25&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts8:26-40&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts9:1-21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts9:22-43&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts10:1-23&version=50
ReadingNKJVOT                                         ReadingNIV
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John12:27-50&version=3
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles15-16&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John13:1-20&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles17-18&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John13:21-38&version=3
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles19-20&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John14&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles21-22&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John15&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles23-24&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John16&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles25-27&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John17&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles28-29&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John18:1-18&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles30-31&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John18:19-49&version=3
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles32-33&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John19:1-22&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles34-36&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John19:23-42&version=3
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezra1-2&version=50
                                                      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John20&version=31
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                                           Jesus has already confirmed what has always honoured voluntary following. He has
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles15-16&version=31 critics still deny. “Who knows who wrote the earlier
                                                                           God
                                                                           God's “later”. The full be sought before any decision
                                           Some things may only be understoodguidance shouldappreciation of “His cross” was
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                                           Judas was initially influenced by Satan, then mastered by him. the should beware of
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles19-20&version31 It is a wise ruler who is aware of We separation of chur
                                           The heavenly Father has threeA sickbed heaven silence a servant of God. the belie
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles21-22&version=31homes: inneed not(v.2) in Christ (v.10) and inHis letter
                                           The vine branch is good for bearing fruit butin a woman is nofor anything else. Fruit in
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles23-24&version=31    Wickedness not much good less wicked for being is
                                           Conviction of sin comes through Anger expressed in the house righteousness its ma
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles25-27&version=31 preaching Christ; conviction of God may leavecomes
                                                                            Lord‟s Prayer” is a reality a a godly grandfather even
                                           What is commonly called “The There is hope for in man withsuggested „family prayer‟
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                                                                           Every attempt chapter religion will have “Gethsemane
                                           John who recounts the real “Lord‟s Prayer” in to revive17, now omits the some laughin
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                                           There should have been only one Godly parents but man had made two out of Annas
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles32-33&version=31 high priest,have known both teenage tearaways an
                                           Pilate wrestled with his personal
                                                                           Sometimes a on must decide whether to follow a conv
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2chronicles34-36&version=31 conscience boyone hand, and the pressure of the cro
                                           In the event of early death, we When God plans should take over our familyHe is equa
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezra1-2&version=31             should plan who any reviving of His cause, responsib
                                           Families and friends can         distressed any start a work know where the body of t
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezra2-5&version=31 be soAs soon as when they do notfor God, Satan will start to
                                           The first words Jesus           Any recorded in wants to be were for God should be m
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezra6-8&version=31said to Peter person who the Gospels much “Follow Me.” The la
                                                                           Any side: “Across the a land or across the world!” pe
                                           The removal van had painted on itsunclean lifestyle instreet –does not threaten the Th
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                                           Christian speakers should answer the question that is one, asked, before it takes on
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nehemiah1-3&version=31 Many can do more thanbeing but sometimesanswering
                                           New converts should be encouraged to annoyance, opposition and some having seco
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nehemiah4-6&version=31 Ridicule, take their public stand for Christ (baptism) att
                                           From birth all people are born Good advice for Man can carry to "read distinctly from
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nehemiah7-9&version=31 spiritual cripples. any preacher isthem only so far, but le
                                           When the world is forced to concede opening that Christians do, it still tries to silence
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nehemiah10-11&version=31 Shops the good on God's day do not have to have God
                                           In times of “great power” (v.33) “great grace” is needed as well – without it, great harm
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nehemiah12-13&version=31 The godly servant prayed "Remember me" for he want
                                           How sad when a “but” comes into a life of blessing. Pretending to be more dedicated
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=esther1-2&version=31           If ever attending a party where there is generosity of sp
                                           The God who should be           Some things we has brought Christ out of are called
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=esther3-5&version=31 obeyed is the God whodo not know. Some peoplethe grave, p
                                           Increasing numbers can          History can turn on small events: a sleepless night, a b
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=esther6-8&version=31 bring increasing problems. Works of social mercy may hinde
                                           Somebody said that all we       Some history is that we learn nothing from history. Ho
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=esther9-10&version=31 learn fromanniversaries are appointed by God (see Lev. 2
                                           Solomon said, “There‟s          If we under the sun.” Joseph was rejected, who event
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job1-2&version=31 nothing newcould only see what is happening in the invisible
                                           The Spirit-filled man           Those who say they wished the had of God and of Je
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job3-4&version=31turns his gaze heavenwards. He sees theyglory never been born
                                                                           "Know-alls" should remember they longing for success
                                           Gifts were never intended as stepping stones to being admired. A do not know all – no
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                                           Religious discrimination         basis who speak about God should the eunuch from
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job8-10&version=31 on theThose of birth or background bannedbeware lest they p
                                           Fighting Christians is one        – fighting conscience not always that Christians may
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job11-13&version=31 thingSimplistic answers are another. Where simple. The me
                                           It is not easy for a newcomer to join a church – going with a friend who introduces you
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job14-16&version=31            Miserable comforters are those who leave you more m
                                                                           "There is a left Joppa. The living! Jonah” was very si
                                           Jonah was a reluctant missionary when heRedeemer. He's “son ofHe's mine! He's com
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 d has always honoured voluntary following. He has never endorsed compulsory following, nor intended truth to conquer by the sword. Beware lest the age
 d's guidance should be sought before any decision making rather than His blessing sought afterwards. Many a tragic marriage might otherwise have been
s a wise ruler who is aware of the separation of church and state, and an unwise one who conducts business with people whatever their state.
 ickbed need not silence a servant of God. His letters may travel even if he can't. Although eyesight may decline with passing years, yet spiritual sight may
 ckedness in a woman is no less wicked for being in a woman. She can wickedly influence her husband and her own children. She can wickedly threaten th
 ger expressed in the house of God may leave its mark on a person for ever. Some people may be happy to get out because of it. Some people may neve
ere is hope for a man with a godly grandfather even if he has an ungodly father. That a good man may father a bad son is a tragedy. That a bad man may
ery attempt to revive religion will have some laughing in derision. But revived religion has others laughing with joy, singing with praise, going the second m
 dly parents have known both teenage tearaways and prodigal runaways. Prayer for them should never cease – for some prayers are not answered until a
 metimes a boy must decide whether to follow a converted granddad, or a corrupt dad. Every boy will grow into a man, but only responding to the Book of G
hen God plans any reviving of His cause, He is equally able to get government leaders to pass legislation, volunteers to go on His errands and others to su
 soon as any start a work for God, Satan will start to work against them. Trouble and discouragement are two of his weapons. Are you known for being an
 y person who wants to be much for God should be much with God. Ezra had invested his 'unknown years' in Bible mastery. He believed it, studied it, obey
 y unclean lifestyle in a land does not threaten the people of God until they adopt it. Holiness must include correct sexual relationships. If discouragement i
 ny can do more than one, but sometimes it takes one to motivate the many. If many did 'their bit' near where they lived, a whole city could soon be influen
dicule, annoyance, opposition and some having second thoughts should not surprise anybody starting a work for God. Learn who they are – for success m
 od advice for any preacher is to "read distinctly from the Book … give the sense … and help people to understand the reading." When Jesus did that it sa
 ops opening on God's day do not have to have God's people for customers. Wrong marriages (to unbelievers) marketing (on God's day) and money (withh
e godly servant prayed "Remember me" for he wanted his service to be acceptable in God's sight; the dying thief prayed "Remember me" for he wanted h
 ver attending a party where there is generosity of spirits (free drinks) at least concede it indicates a generous spirit (of the host). A considerate spirit would
 me things we do not know. Some people are called to live for Him in places they would not choose; some are called to die for Him at times they would not
 tory can turn on small events: a sleepless night, a bedtime book, a storm when an Armada threatened, a foggy night and still sea when a Dunkirk was eva
 me anniversaries are appointed by God (see Lev. 23) – but it is quite acceptable to celebrate others we choose to remember ourselves, especially if they
we could only see what is happening in the invisible realm, we might view with different eyes what is happening in the visible realm. It is still more reliable t
ose who say they wished they had never been born, or had been born dead, should remembered that stillborn births which save them from heartaches, on
now-alls" should remember they do not know all – nor should they make out they do. Silent sympathy which says nothing is to be preferred to opening one
ose who speak about God should beware lest they put Him in a box (too small) or a straight jacket (too limited or predictable). Though God is infallible, no
mplistic answers are not always that simple. The message of the book of Job is that where we do not understand, we can still trust the Lord at all times. "W
serable comforters are those who leave you more miserable after their visit than comforted! Miserable thoughts that God doesn't care are equally depress
here is a Redeemer. He's living! He's mine! He's coming! And I'll see Him! And even if I die and rot in my grave, I'll be raised and changed into glory." Tha
 truth to conquer by the sword. Beware lest the ageing process silences the voices of truth and conscience.
 Many a tragic marriage might otherwise have been prevented, and damage to families and society avoided.
 ness with people whatever their state.
y decline with passing years, yet spiritual sight may increase with age and influential writing achieve a lot of good.
 and her own children. She can wickedly threaten the innocent, and bring evil influence on the cause of God.
 y to get out because of it. Some people may never return because of it. Keep your temper – nobody else wants it!
 ather a bad son is a tragedy. That a bad man may father a good son is a mercy.
  g with joy, singing with praise, going the second mile and giving with generosity. May we have a happy 'revival' day!
 cease – for some prayers are not answered until a person's deathbed. The world is not interested in such conversions – but God is!
ow into a man, but only responding to the Book of God will turn him into a man of God.
 n, volunteers to go on His errands and others to support in finance and prayers. Revive Thy work, O Lord!
 e two of his weapons. Are you known for being an encouraging helper, or a discouraging critic?
 rs' in Bible mastery. He believed it, studied it, obeyed it and taught it. Am I being as disciplined myself?
de correct sexual relationships. If discouragement is one of Satan's weapons, Cupid's arrows can be another.
where they lived, a whole city could soon be influenced for God. Are you one that's doing your 'bit'?
  work for God. Learn who they are – for success might change their tune, though their attitudes remain the same.
understand the reading." When Jesus did that it says "common people heard Him gladly".
  evers) marketing (on God's day) and money (withholding) have been 3 big downfalls of God's people.
 ying thief prayed "Remember me" for he wanted his soul to be accepted into God's heaven.
 erous spirit (of the host). A considerate spirit would never compel another to drink. Sadly, drink may soon rob a man of both a considerate and generous s
me are called to die for Him at times they would not choose. His choices are best! Am I ready to trust Him whatever?
 a foggy night and still sea when a Dunkirk was evacuated. How well God rules over all! How well we may rest in Him!
  choose to remember ourselves, especially if they relate to God's blessings shown to us.
 pening in the visible realm. It is still more reliable to walk by faith, than it is to walk by sight. So – keep trusting!
 illborn births which save them from heartaches, only add heartaches to parents, and deny God potential servants and glory.
hich says nothing is to be preferred to opening one's mouth and putting one's foot in it!
 imited or predictable). Though God is infallible, no man is – even if he claims it or dares think it. Beware pontificating!
 derstand, we can still trust the Lord at all times. "Where reason cannot wade, faith can swim!"
houghts that God doesn't care are equally depressing, and the sooner they go as well the better!
 y grave, I'll be raised and changed into glory." That's faith triumphing over depressing circumstances!
ch conversions – but God is!




on rob a man of both a considerate and generous spirit!
Email                       Date        Reading       ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/6/2007   Acts 5:1-21   Esther 1, 2
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ReadingNIVOT                               Thought                     ThoughtOT
                                           How sad when a “but” comes into a life of blessing. Pretending to be more dedic
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=esther1-2&version=31       If ever attending a party where there is generosity
y where there is generosity of spirits (free drinks) at least concede it indicates a generous spirit (of the host). A considerate spirit would never
ost). A considerate spirit would never compel another to drink. Sadly, drink may soon rob a man of both a considerate and generous spirit!
a considerate and generous spirit!
Email                       Date         Reading         ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   01/07/2007   Acts 10:24-48   Job 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   02/07/2007   Acts 11         Job 22, 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   03/07/2007   Acts 12         Job 25, 26, 27
dailythoughts@listbox.com   04/07/2007   Acts 13:1-25    Job 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   05/07/2007   Acts 13:26-52   Job 30, 31
dailythoughts@listbox.com   06/07/2007   Acts 14         Job 32, 33
dailythoughts@listbox.com   07/07/2007   Acts 15:1-21    Job 34, 35
dailythoughts@listbox.com   08/07/2007   Acts 15:22-41   Job 36, 37
dailythoughts@listbox.com   09/07/2007   Acts 16:1-21    Job 38, 39, 40
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/07/2007   Acts 16:22-40   Job 41, 42
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/07/2007   Acts 17:1-15    Psalms 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/07/2007   Acts 17:16-34   Psalms 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/07/2007   Acts 18         Psalms 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/07/2007   Acts 19:1-20    Psalms 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/07/2007   Acts 19:21-41   Psalms 13, 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/07/2007   Acts 20:1-16    Psalms 16, 17
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/07/2007   Acts 20:17-38   Psalms 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/07/2007   Acts 21:1-17    Psalms 20, 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/07/2007   Acts 21:18-40   Psalms 23, 24, 25
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/07/2007   Acts 22         Psalms 26, 27, 28
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/07/2007   Acts 23:1-15    Psalms 29, 30
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/07/2007   Acts 23:16-35   Psalms 31, 32
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/07/2007   Acts 24         Psalms 33, 34
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/07/2007   Acts 25         Psalms 35, 36
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/07/2007   Acts 26         Psalms 37, 38, 39
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/07/2007   Acts 27:1-26    Psalms 40, 41, 42
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/07/2007   Acts 27:27-44   Psalms 43, 44, 45
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/07/2007   Acts 28         Psalms 46, 47, 48
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/07/2007   Romans 1        Psalms 49, 50
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/07/2007   Romans 2        Psalms 51, 52, 53
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/07/2007   Romans 3        Psalms 54, 55, 56
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                                           It is possible to be saved      The brevity of life, certainty of death and accountability
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job20-21&version=31 before being baptised (in water) – Cornelius was. It is possib
                                           The ministries of personal      Trials can be tests, and tests can be trials. excellent m
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job22-24&version=31 evangelism and encouraging follow-up are two Both these
                                           Persecution has killed many martyrs, but has often been thwarted by miraculous deliv
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job25-27&version=31            Modern scientists now know that the earth is suspende
                                                                           Righteousness God so much as their own word. They
                                           False prophets do not emphasise the Word of is nothing if not practical. Relieving the
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job28-29&version=31
                                           Acts 13:26-52 Prophetic         Sexual two strands: man fulfils what God says disaste
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job30-31&version=31 fulfilment hassins can bring unimagined calamity and man wi
                                           Wesley said: “Preach and        Young people may express to becoming They would b
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job32-33&version=31 return!” There is not only a cost their opinion. a Christian, b
                                           Error should be fought,
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job34-35&version=31 not so much for existing as for trespassing. Beware any pre-c
                                                                           God needs no advocate to defend His actions. Such a
                                           Compromises should              More than a four: joining with other religions, any prac
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=36-37&version=31 be avoided. Here are little patience is needed for the long winde
                                           Racketeers are not bothered about religion until it touches their pockets. Any gospel r
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job38-40&version=31            There are so many questions that God could ask which
                                           What must God do for a          God's final goals always on a cross, route He causes
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=job41-42&version=31 man to be saved? Put His Sonvindicate theHis Spirit on earth
                                           Scarcely was so much achieved byPsalms in so short awith a beatitude. Many others
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms1-3&version=31           The so few commence space of time. Two weeks in
                                                                           Like Daniel, the psalmist prayed three gospel day (Ps
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms4-6&version=31 new is nothing new. That some mock the times a is nothin
                                           Wanting to hear something
                                           How may good preachers          Psalm 8 shows that although man occupies only a little
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms7-9&version=31 become better? By listening to godly people in the congreg
                                           The saved life may yet have secret life – sinful the ungodly are quoted in Psalm 10
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms10-12&version=31 a Three mistakes of practices may have stopped, but kee
                                           When people are born again Psalm 14 shows filthy habits deny God, as well as som
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms13-15&version=31 they change their spending habits, and can threatenfool
                                           The practice of the early church was to gather on the 16 asks of the week. Paul a go
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms16-17&version=31 The psalmist in Psalm first day to be preserved ingot re
                                           The famous beatitudes of Jesus are 19 refers to natural, Mount (Matthew 5) The for
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms18-19&version=31 Psalmin the Sermon on the revealed and experimental
                                           Philip the evangelist led people of different races to called Psalm publicly and privat
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms20-22&version=31 Dr Graham Scroggie the Lord, both22 the psalm of the
                                           Whenever a follower of Jesus Psalms 22, 23 we tell you”, trilogy. They are refer the
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms23-25&version=31 is told “Do whatand 24 form ahe should always the psal
                                           Many are willing to listen to   The psalmist loved God's not willing to listen to a serm
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms26-28&version=31 a person‟s testimony who arehouse (26:8) wanted to be th
                                           A man in office should be respected storm office, even if he does and every to be
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms29-30&version=31 Every for his in the past has passed,not deservecurrentr
                                           How many people colour the No to show themselves to better light? The of sins f
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms31-32&version=31 truth greater blessing thanin aknow the blessingChristian
                                           Those who do not exercise       The psalm of all-round or out of condition. It is the sam
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms33-34&version=31regularly may get sluggishdeliverance (Psalm 34) testifies
                                           The apostle did not say he      The psalmist had punishment because pleaded his ca
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms35-36&version=31disagreed with capitalan advocate who both it was capital p
                                           Charles Spurgeon said, “Almost persuaded not' a Christian there the man who was
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms37-39&version=31 For each 'fretto bein Psalm 37 is like is a 'trust.' The tim
                                           Beware of staying in “Fair Havens” if it Nero's tutor, to winter in. Some “sunny” seek
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms40-42&version=31 Seneca,is not suitablesaid "All my life I have beenchurc
                                           Eat to live, but don‟t live to   Eat “enough”, in beware of eating “more than enoug
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms43-45&version=31eat!The depressionbut Psalm 42 carries over into Psalm 43
                                           Prisons allow visitors, and the An airbag on steering wheel can be a 'very present h
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms46-48&version=31 “housebound”acan welcome guests. Christians who can
                                           The greatest sin in the desert God has where audibly and past tell. If we know ho
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms49-50&version=31 is to knowspoken water is,in thenot to (Psalm 50:1) He is
                                           To sin against law is bad, to Those who feel worse, but in prayer, may well find off
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms51-53&version=31 sin against light is tongue-tied to sin against love is an a 's
                                           Though the nature of the Jew In Psalm 56, the psalmist Gentile, whenever he is; an
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms54-56&version=31 may not be different to the said that yet his nation was a
e brevity of life, certainty of death and accountability thereafter may be used as reminders and warnings – but should never be used as threats. Truth mus
als can be tests, and tests can be trials. Both these truths can be forgotten in searching for explanations. God has His own reasons for taking us through s
 dern scientists now know that the earth is suspended in space, there is a 'gap' in the galaxy and the 'straight' horizon of the sea is curved. It may surprise
ghteousness is nothing if not practical. Relieving the distress of the poor, the widow, the fatherless, the helpless, the sick and the oppressed is an essentia
 xual sins can bring unimagined calamity and disaster. To avoid such calamity, avoid the sins; to avoid the sins, safeguard the heart; to safeguard the hear
ung people may express their opinion. They would be wise however, to remember it is only an opinion. If they think that older people have not got it right –
 d needs no advocate to defend His actions. Such advocates often pour salt into wounds instead of healing them. No! He needs servants to speak of His k
 re than a little patience is needed for the long winded-man. In discussion it may be best not to reply, or it may give him space to get second wind. No furth
ere are so many questions that God could ask which we do not know the answers to, but they are questions which do not worry us. Nor must we worry bec
 d's final goals always vindicate the route He causes us to travel. They may not always be realised on earth, but they will be understood in heaven. For the
e Psalms commence with a beatitude. Many others follow, but this one about loving the Bible, reading it daily and obeying it faithfully opens the door to dis
 e Daniel, the psalmist prayed three times a day (Psalm 55:7) Prayer should be the key to every morning (Psalm 5 is a morning prayer) and the lock to eve
alm 8 shows that although man occupies only a little space in God's universe, yet he occupies a big space in His heart. He visits Him in incarnation, in ma
ree mistakes of the ungodly are quoted in Psalm 10: "God has forgotten the past, doesn't see the present and won't require an account in the future." Psa
alm 14 shows filthy habits deny God, as well as foolish hearts. Some atheists are quiet, while others are vocal – but an ass is still an ass whether it remain
e psalmist in Psalm 16 asks to be preserved in a godly experience, among godly companions, with a guided life, looking to glory beyond. He believed in th
alm 19 refers to natural, revealed and experimental religion. God speaks through the skies, the scriptures and in the soul. He wants us to enjoy today the
 Graham Scroggie called Psalm 22 the psalm of the Sob and the Song. It vividly describes crucifixion before the word was coined, and anticipates the resu
alms 22, 23 and 24 form a trilogy. They are the psalms of the Cross, the Crook and the Crown. The tenses are past, present and future. Jesus is our grea
e psalmist loved God's house (26:8) wanted to be there and to meet the Lord there (27:4) and found it an added blessing that certain types didn't tend to g
ery storm in the past has passed, and every current storm will do the same (Psalm 29). Illnesses can be a blessing if, by being put on our backs, we learn
  greater blessing than to know the blessing of sins forgiven (Psalm 32) and that "all my life's whys and whens and wheres and wherefores are in God's ha
e psalm of all-round deliverance (Psalm 34) testifies to being delivered from all fears (v.4) all troubles (v.6) all needs (v.9) and all afflictions (v.19) – no wo
e psalmist had an advocate who both pleaded his cause, and fought his cause. The Christian believer has the risen Saviour interceding for him in heaven
r each 'fret not' in Psalm 37 there is a 'trust.' The times may be fearful, but God's people should not be. Fretting does not alter any situation, but it can upse
 neca, Nero's tutor, said "All my life I have been seeking for a hand to lift me out of the pit of my besetting sins." In Psalm 40, the psalmist said he had foun
e depression in Psalm 42 carries over into Psalm 43. Sometimes depression can linger. If it robs you of happiness, don't let it rob you of hope. If it stifles p
  airbag on a steering wheel can be a 'very present help in trouble' – but nowhere near as good as the Lord (Psalm 46:1) He is a mighty one to help and a m
 d has spoken audibly in the past (Psalm 50:1) He is yet to come and speak audibly in the future (v.3). The current silence will be broken. Meanwhile, are w
ose who feel tongue-tied in prayer, may well find a 'set prayer' can help them overcome their silence. There is none better than Psalm 51 if we tragically si
Psalm 56, the psalmist said that whenever he was afraid he would not fear (vv. 3,4). Contradiction? No! What is sandwiched in between makes all the diff
   – but should never be used as threats. Truth must always be spoken in love.
s. God has His own reasons for taking us through some furnace of affliction, even if we don't know them. Usually, it is to produce gold!
 aight' horizon of the sea is curved. It may surprise them to learn that ordinary Bible people knew those facts centuries ago!
helpless, the sick and the oppressed is an essential part of righteousness – not to gain it, but to express it.
he sins, safeguard the heart; to safeguard the heart control the eye. Are you being careful about what you look at and watch?
  f they think that older people have not got it right – that may be the only bit they get right themselves.
  ing them. No! He needs servants to speak of His kindness, and comforters to reassure of His love. Are you like that?
 it may give him space to get second wind. No further comment!
 ions which do not worry us. Nor must we worry because we do not have the answer to any question which is worrying us.
arth, but they will be understood in heaven. For the believer "the best is yet to be!"
   daily and obeying it faithfully opens the door to discovering all the others.
g (Psalm 5 is a morning prayer) and the lock to every night (Psalm 4 is an evening prayer) – have you prayed today?
  ce in His heart. He visits Him in incarnation, in many providences and wants to visit him in regeneration.
 nt and won't require an account in the future." Psalm 11:6 disagrees. Don't make their mistakes.
   vocal – but an ass is still an ass whether it remains quiet or brays loudly all over the countryside.
  ided life, looking to glory beyond. He believed in the preservation of the saints through the perseverance of God!
es and in the soul. He wants us to enjoy today the beauty of the world, the blessing of the Bible and the benefits of salvation.
efore the word was coined, and anticipates the resurrection that followed. It finishes with the word "Finished!"
ses are past, present and future. Jesus is our great, good and chief shepherd. He came for us, comes with us and is yet to come to us again!
 n added blessing that certain types didn't tend to go (26:9) Is your heart in tune with his?
   a blessing if, by being put on our backs, we learn to look up (Psalm 30).
whens and wheres and wherefores are in God's hands" (African translation of Psalm 31:15). Praise Him!
  .6) all needs (v.9) and all afflictions (v.19) – no wonder we should praise Him at all times (v.1)!
  as the risen Saviour interceding for him in heaven, and the Holy Spirit intervening for him on earth. Hallelujah!
Fretting does not alter any situation, but it can upset the saint. So don't fret today – trust the Lord!
 g sins." In Psalm 40, the psalmist said he had found the answer. Have you?
  happiness, don't let it rob you of hope. If it stifles praise, don't let it stifle prayer. Pray on! The psalmist did and found the clouds lifted (Psalm 45:1)
ord (Psalm 46:1) He is a mighty one to help and a merciful one to take refuge in (vv. 7,11).
  he current silence will be broken. Meanwhile, are we listening to His inaudible yet clear voice in the Bible and conscience?
here is none better than Psalm 51 if we tragically sin, and don't know how to say "Sorry!"
   What is sandwiched in between makes all the difference. A double layer of trust in God and His promises helps wonderfully!
 . Usually, it is to produce gold!




with us and is yet to come to us again!




did and found the clouds lifted (Psalm 45:1)
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dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/07/2007   Acts 27:27-44           Psalms 43, 44, 45
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/8/2006    1 Corinthians 11:1-16   Psalms 129, 130, 131
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                                           Eat to live, but don‟t live to eat! Eat “enough”, but beware of eating over into Psa
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms43-45&version=31 The depression in Psalm 42 carries “more than en
                                           We should follow other Christians inasmuch as they follow Christ, Paul's Cathed
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms129-131&version=31 John Wesley sang Psalm 130 at St.but not where
m 42 carries over into Psalm 43. Sometimes depression can linger. If it robs you of happiness, don't let it rob you of hope. If it stifles praise, d
m 130 at St. Paul's Cathedral one morning "Out of the depths have I cried to you, O Lord." That evening, he had his heart warming experien
 t rob you of hope. If it stifles praise, don't let it stifle prayer. Pray on! The psalmist did and found the clouds lifted (Psalm 45:1)
g, he had his heart warming experience. From being depressed, he discovered the joy of salvation in such a short period of time. God can sti
uds lifted (Psalm 45:1)
ch a short period of time. God can still do the same today.
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dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/8/2006   1 Corinthians 11:1-16   Psalms 129, 130, 131
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                                           We should follow other Christians inasmuch as they follow Christ, Paul's Cathedral
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms129-131&version=31 John Wesley sang Psalm 130 at St.but not where theyo
Wesley sang Psalm 130 at St. Paul's Cathedral one morning "Out of the depths have I cried to you, O Lord." That evening, he had his heart warming exp
Lord." That evening, he had his heart warming experience. From being depressed, he discovered the joy of salvation in such a short period of time. God
y of salvation in such a short period of time. God
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dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/8/2006    Romans 4                 Psalms 57, 58, 59
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/8/2006    Romans 5                 Psalms 60, 61, 62
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/8/2006    Romans 6                 Psalms 63, 64, 65
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/8/2006    Romans 7                 Psalms 66, 67
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/8/2006    Romans 8:1-21            Psalms 68, 69
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/8/2006    Romans 8:22-39           Psalms 70, 71
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/8/2006    Romans 9:1-15            Psalms 72, 73
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/8/2006    Romans 9:16-33           Psalms 74, 75, 76
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/8/2006    Romans 10                Psalms 77, 78
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/8/2006   Romans 11:1-18           Psalms 79, 80
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/8/2006   Roamsn 11:19-36          Psalms 81, 82, 83
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/8/2006   Romans 12                Psalms 84, 85, 86
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/8/2006   Romans 13                Psalms 87, 88
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/8/2006   Romans 14                Psalms 89, 90
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/8/2006   Romans 15:1-13           Psalms 91, 92, 93
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/8/2006   Romans 15:14-33          Psalms 94, 95, 96
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/8/2006   Romans 16                Psalms 97, 98, 99
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/8/2006   1 Corinthians 1          Psalms 100, 101, 102
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/8/2006   1 Corinthians 2          Psalms 103, 104
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/8/2006   1 Corinthians 3          Psalms 105, 106
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/8/2006   1 Corinthians 4          Psalms 107, 108, 109
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/8/2006   1 Corinthians 5          Psalms 110, 111, 112
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/8/2006   1 Corinthians 6          Psalms 113, 114, 115
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/8/2006   1 Corinthians 7:1-19     Psalms 116, 117, 118
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/8/2006   1 Corinthians 7:20-40    Psalm 119:1-88
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/8/2006   1 Corinthians 8          Psalm 119:89-176
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/8/2006   1 Corinthians 9          Psalms 120, 121, 122
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/8/2006   1 Corinthians 10:1-18    Psalms 123, 124, 125
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/8/2006   1 Corinthians 10:19-33   Psalms 126, 127, 128
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/8/2006   1 Corinthians 11:1-16    Psalms 129, 130, 131
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/8/2006   1 Corinthians 11:17-34   Psalms 132, 133, 134
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                                           The schoolboy was wrong who said enemies and reoccurring troubles know isn‟t tru
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms57-59&version=31 Living“Faith is believing in something you are constant
                                           One man headed up the human race and is remembered for bringing in do One Man
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms60-62&version=31 Psalm 62 shows that private prayer times sin. not have
                                           The Christian has “died to sin” – which a disappointing life, seek the Lord dead, nor
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms63-64&version=31 To avoiddoes not mean that the Christian is early in life
                                           Children sometimes play games making up prayer for personal blessing that others
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms66-67&version=31 Psalm 67 is atheir own rules as they go along, and thin
                                           How can an aeroplane fly?        "Sticks the stones may break my bones, but names w
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms68-69&version=31- because and law of aerodynamics can overcome the law
                                           One side of a cross-stitch picture can seem such a mess of tangled God's time the o
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms70-71&version=31 Since any of us can have as much of threads. Onas po
                                           The Man of sorrows knew sorrow, person who judges matters only His mission eart
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms72-73&version=31 Thesweat, tears and a curse while onin the light of to sa
                                           The crooner sang his way to Troubles can did it endless, but they are went down in
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms74-76&version=31 fame singing “I seemmy way”; the politiciannot! Anguish
                                           Don‟t just wish for things – pray for things! The it is more important to own lessons
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms77-78&version=31 Psalm 78 shows apostle wished that hislearn “kith andf
                                           Some people say “Look at what God has done a the way off? Then ask who be jea
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms79-80&version=31 Does God seem forlong Jews!” – as if we shouldmoved
                                           When Jesus came the first
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms81-83&version=31time blind individuals received their sight; when He comes
                                                                            After earthly responsibility comes eternal accountability
                                           When Jesus came the first        The godly exult in received their sight; when He They
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms84-86&version=31time blind individuals saving grace, and daily grace.comes
                                           A good Christian will be a good citizen. He is motivated by a “good conscience” – a in
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms87-88&version=31 The Bible, the Saviour and the Church were all 'born'fa
                                           Insisting on “uniformity” is not We should count days, not but almost a sure way to d
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms89-90&version=31 the way to promote “unity” –years, and make each day
                                           How kind of Christ to receive God's people can be fresh, flourishing and bear fruit a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms91-93&version=31 us! How patient of Christ to put up with us! How weak in
                                           Do you remember the “poor” Though godly songs might be in your own country or
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms94-96&version=31 among the saints? They maybe new, their themes shoul
                                           “Wotsisname?” has a name! Marvellous themes for songs the postman, the pastor
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms97-99&version=31 The neighbour two doors away,(Psalm 98:1) include His
                                           Paul was called to be an apostle – godly home should be – and for joyful spirituality
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms100-102&version=31 The and he was an apostle knownwhat a grand one he
                                           Ivy started to grow and cover church wayside psalmist blessed the Lord who found
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms103-104&version=31aIn Psalm 103 the pulpit which announced “We preach C
                                           Should we live for self, or die to self? Should we get all we can, or give all we can? S
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms105-106&version=31 God's people travelling to the Promised Land could rec
                                           What God thinks of a person is what really matters. What the satisfies the longing so
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms107-109&version=31 What a wonderful Saviour who world or other Christian
                                           Some Christians, thinking that they should praise is and wanting to the science of a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms110-112&version=31 Half heartedbe loving,an insult! Study be thought loving
                                           Sin can ruin a person‟s reputation, mind, conscience, character and even his bank ba
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms113-115&version=31 Dumb idols are worshipped by dumb people, because
                                           Singles can take heart by the Psalm 117 is the single and in the will of God, than m
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms116-118&version=31words, “Sooner beshortest psalm. It appeals for univers
                                           Christ taught so much truth relevant to both the Word of God, had Spurgeon saying
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalm119:1-88&version=31 This Psalm ofHis time and ours. He also used Paul to a
                                           Allow a person to have his own   Revival with small 'r', precedes any revival with a cap
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalm119:89-176&version=31conscience,adon‟t insist he follows yours! Such respe
                                           Talmage said: “I shall not worry whatever I gave in time and keep one soul to save!
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms120-122&version=31 He who keeps awake and canmoneynations can keep
                                           Temptation comes to everybody. No temptation is unique to any has died many times
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms123-125&version=31 G.K.Chesterton said: "Christianity individual. Temptatio
                                           Because a thing is lawful does not mean to say that it is right the law of second con
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms126-128&version=31 Recovery from backsliding can–seem like alove must ta
                                           We should follow other Christians inasmuch as they follow Christ, Paul's Cathedral
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms129-131&version=31 John Wesley sang Psalm 130 at St.but not where theyo
                                           Christians should never let a sense of “unworthiness” keep them away jobs commun
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=psalms132-134&version=31 Those on "night shifts" should view their from as a mini
g enemies and reoccurring troubles are constant reminders of lessons that must not be forgotten. Whenever boasting, lying or cursing is heard, it should b
m 62 shows that private prayer times do not have to be filled with talk. Silence gives opportunity to listen. Trust Him quietly (vv.1-2), tell yourself what you'r
void a disappointing life, seek the Lord early in life. To avoid a disappointing day, seek the Lord early in the day. To avoid a disappointing eternity – do bot
m 67 is a prayer for personal blessing that others might be blessed as well. To pray that we might be personally blessed may be good, but to pray that we
ks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Actually, name-calling does hurt. The messianic psalm 69 shows reproach even woun
e any of us can have as much of God's time as possible, there are added benefits to old age. Psalm 71 speaks of continual fellowship, praise, hope and te
person who judges matters only in the light of earth and time is short-sighted. Eternity puts a different perspective on things. Don't slip up here. The psalm
bles can seem endless, but they are not! Anguished hearts tend to exaggerate problems, like the psalmist in Psalm 74. God does not cast off 'forever' (v.1
m 78 shows it is more important to learn lessons from history than to learn history lessons. Yesterday's mistakes should help us to live correctly today. Livi
  God seem a long way off? Then ask who moved! Psalm 80 teaches that as we return to Him, He returns to us. Three times over the psalmist prayed for h
 earthly responsibility comes eternal accountability. Every judge, government, spiritual or family leader should ask "Am I undertaking my godly responsibili
godly exult in saving grace, and daily grace. They look forward to glory, and have been reassured God will hold back no good thing from them on the journ
Bible, the Saviour and the Church were all 'born' in the same area. Believing Bible truth, trusting the Saviour's blood, and experiencing the indwelling Spirit
 hould count days, not years, and make each day count (Psalm 90:12). Satisfy the Lord with early rather than late repentance, that you might have a satisf
s people can be fresh, flourishing and bear fruit in old age (Psalm 92:14), whereas others may grow stale, stunted and sour in old age. God's promise boo
 gh godly songs might be new, their themes should be old. Missions rather than music is the emphasis of Psalm 96. Let it be known He came to save (v.2)
ellous themes for songs (Psalm 98:1) include His marvellous victory at Calvary (v.1b), marvellous message since Pentecost (v.2a), marvellous fulfilment o
godly home should be known for joyful spirituality (Psalm 101:1) godly lives (v.2) care over what one looks at (v.3) and no gossip, pride, deceit or lies (vv.
 alm 103 the psalmist blessed the Lord who found him in the law courts and forgave him, in the hospital and healed him, in the slave market and redeemed
s people travelling to the Promised Land could recount blessings (Psalm 105) and buffetings (Psalm 106). So it is with God's people today - but whatever
  a wonderful Saviour who satisfies the longing soul, frees the sin-shackled soul, heals the sin-sick soul and calms the storm-tossed soul (Psalm 107 vv. 9
hearted praise is an insult! Study the science of all things, but worship the Lord who is the source of all things. He has created the world, recorded the scri
b idols are worshipped by dumb people, because dumb idols cannot help, protect or bless like the Lord. Those who trust in the Lord are not as dumb as so
m 117 is the shortest psalm. It appeals for universal praise – so its importance is inversely proportional to its length. Your prayers may be brief today, but m
Psalm of the Word of God, had Spurgeon saying of verse 11 that it referred to "the best thing in the best place for the best of purposes." It is well worth me
val with a small 'r', precedes any revival with a capital 'R'. Personal revival precedes any on a larger scale. Nine times "revive me" occurs in this psalm, so
 ho keeps awake and can keep nations can keep me – even when I sleep! He can keep my "goings out and in" – that's better than "goings in and out" – fo
Chesterton said: "Christianity has died many times and risen again for its God knows the way out of the grave." History's holocausts have come and gone,
 very from backsliding can seem like a second conversion. How nice when (besides ourselves) neighbours notice and testify of the change we enjoy. It is o
 Wesley sang Psalm 130 at St. Paul's Cathedral one morning "Out of the depths have I cried to you, O Lord." That evening, he had his heart warming exp
e on "night shifts" should view their jobs as a ministry, not a drudgery. Shepherds once discovered the Saviour on the "night shift." Prayer and praise can
never boasting, lying or cursing is heard, it should be a reminder of three sins to avoid. (See Psalm 59:11-12)
 . Trust Him quietly (vv.1-2), tell yourself what you're doing (vv.5-7) and tell others to trust him as well (v.8)
the day. To avoid a disappointing eternity – do both! (See Psalm 63:1)
  sonally blessed may be good, but to pray that we might be a personal blessing to others is better. How do you pray?
 e messianic psalm 69 shows reproach even wounded the heart of Christ, so He is well able to sympathise when you get hurt.
speaks of continual fellowship, praise, hope and testifying, with elderly 'walking wonders' blessing younger generations!
  rspective on things. Don't slip up here. The psalmist almost did, and said so in Psalm 73.
  st in Psalm 74. God does not cast off 'forever' (v.1) and 'everything' is not lost (v.3). So, be honest, and take heart!
mistakes should help us to live correctly today. Living correctly today, means we can look forward to tomorrow.
ns to us. Three times over the psalmist prayed for help to recover God's smile and blessing (vv. 3,7,19)
 hould ask "Am I undertaking my godly responsibilities as conscientiously as I should?" (See Psalm 82)
will hold back no good thing from them on the journey. Sounds good to me! (Psalm 84:11).
  iour's blood, and experiencing the indwelling Spirit means the 'born again' are 'born' there too. (Psalm 87)
   than late repentance, that you might have a satisfied and useful life, not just a saved one at the end.
 e, stunted and sour in old age. God's promise book is certainly better than a pension book!
 f Psalm 96. Let it be known He came to save (v.2) and is coming to sort out (v.13).
 age since Pentecost (v.2a), marvellous fulfilment of prophecy (v.3) and marvellous finale to come (v.9)
 ks at (v.3) and no gossip, pride, deceit or lies (vv. 5,7). Keep the home fires of devotion burning!
 and healed him, in the slave market and redeemed him, and brought him into His palace and crowned him.
6). So it is with God's people today - but whatever happens, rejoice that "grace will lead me home"
 and calms the storm-tossed soul (Psalm 107 vv. 9,14,20,29). Thank Him time and again that He does!
 hings. He has created the world, recorded the scriptures and redeemed sinful people (Psalm 111)
  Those who trust in the Lord are not as dumb as some people think! (Psalm 115)
o its length. Your prayers may be brief today, but make them big with gratitude and prayers for others.
 t place for the best of purposes." It is well worth memorising the verse. Make sure you have a go.
le. Nine times "revive me" occurs in this psalm, so we should pray "Send a revival – start the work in me."
and in" – that's better than "goings in and out" – for the God who keeps, keeps the best till last (Psalm 121)
 grave." History's holocausts have come and gone, but God's cause remains, for God goes on forever. (Psalm 124)
urs notice and testify of the change we enjoy. It is often the prelude to blessing others! (Psalm 126)
Lord." That evening, he had his heart warming experience. From being depressed, he discovered the joy of salvation in such a short period of time. God c
Saviour on the "night shift." Prayer and praise can ascend anytime – God doesn't just work "days"! (Psalm 134)
se when you get hurt.




y of salvation in such a short period of time. God can still do the same today.
Email                       Date        Reading                  ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/9/2007    1 Corinthians 12         Pslams 135, 136
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/9/2007    1 Corinthians 13         Pslams 137, 138, 139
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/9/2007    1 Corinthians 14:1-20    Psalms 140, 141, 142
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/9/2007    1 Corinthians 14:21-40   Psalms 143, 144, 145
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/9/2007    1 Corinthians 15:1-28    Psalms 146, 147
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/9/2007    1 Corinthians 15:29-58   Psalms 148, 149, 150
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/9/2007    1 Corinthians 16         Proverbs 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/9/2007    2 Corinthians 1          Proverbs 3, 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/9/2007    2 Corinthians 2          Proverbs 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/9/2007   2 Corinthians 3          Proverbs 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/9/2007   2 Corinthians 4          Proverbs 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/9/2007   2 Corinthians 5          Proverbs 13, 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/9/2007   2 Corinthians 6          Proverbs 16, 17, 18
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/9/2007   2 Corinthians 7          Proverbs 19, 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/9/2007   2 Corinthians 8          Proverbs 22, 23, 24
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/9/2007   2 Corinthians 9          Proverbs 25, 26
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/9/2007   2 Corinthians 10         Proverbs 27, 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/9/2007   2 Corinthians 11:1-15    Proverbs 30, 31
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/9/2007   2 Corinthians 11:16-33   Ecclesiastes 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/9/2007   2 Corinthians 12         Ecclesiastes 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/9/2007   2 Corinthians 13         Ecclesiastes 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/9/2007   Galatians 1              Ecclesiastes 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/9/2007   Galatians 2              Song of Solomon 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/9/2007   Galatians 3              Song of Solomon 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/9/2007   Galatians 4              Song of Solomon 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/9/2007   Galatians 5              Isaiah 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/9/2007   Galatians 6              Isaiah 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/9/2007   Ephesians 1              Isaiah 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/9/2007   Ephesians 2              Isaiah 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/9/2007   Ephesians 3              Isaiah 9, 10
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Thought                  ThoughtOT
                         Christians may use repetition personal blessing, must be distinguished from the gifts of the Holy Spirit well
The gift of the Holy Spirit Himself to each believer for provided it is not vain repetition. The fact that the Lord is eternally kind is share
                         Psalm 139 emphasises the Lord knows the saint the Holy (1-6) The gifts constantly (7-12) has believers,
Somebody said, “Distinguish between the gift, the gifts and the graces of intimatelySpirit.”is with himmay be shared amongmade him
                         "I'm be a wise one overwhelmed, believers to follow: “If I go and no one to turn I say, brought low, I'm wea
The apostle‟s attitude wouldunfairly treated,for all Christian lonely, with nowhere to don‟t understand what to. I'm or don‟t mean it – I w
                         Psalm 143 shows how to pray when down in the dumps. for meetings: “Nobody act big, nobody act small, ev
The club rules on the children‟s play hut have a lot to teach Christians gathering The psalmist was down, depressed, distressed and
                         What Christ it would to be Christ is dead, preaching is a waste current, guaranteed Christians are liars, no
If there was no resurrection ofcan help a man mean happy? Help that is divine, gracious, of time, faith is futile,and which brings a brig
                         The psalms start with the man who is blessed, and day will the Lord who should resurrected and reunited
At a funeral we never put someone in a grave, but only something. A futureend with reveal body and soul be praised. The man who ii
                         over-spirituality. The correct man can God (1:7) a correct attitude to still retain naturalness. Never regard t
Never try to impress by Wisdom starts with a spiritualattitude toovercome the natural man and parents (1:8) an avoidance of peer pre
                         Trust the Lord going through a tragedy is He is doing, and trust Him when you don't understand what He's d
The best person to encourage anyone when you understand what a person who has already gone through a similar tragedy themsel
                         Ants never say a word but preach a big sermon – Paul wept to the lazy – for they are not believers may bu
Painful matters should be handled tenderly by tearful people. Sometimes especially when he wrote. Unrepentant told what to do,hav
                         Sin is not only wrong committed against God, it is wrong committed against oneself. It rather than the pew a
When Paul referred to letters of commendation he was attempting to safeguard the pulpit and who spoke in it, can harm body and m
                         Speaking the truth be light!” it was only but there are had to be overcome. “Let better not to share the truth
In the beginning when God said “Let there pleases God (12:22) darkness that some occasions when it isthere be gospel light” now h
                           not the message of the evangelist, but it now motivation. “The love of
Aiming to please God isBritain once ruled the waves – sadly, she is hiswaives the rules (14:34) Christ” is the message of the evange
                         I went outside to find a It is the moment called one; I The outside to be a cannot be recalled; the future h
There is only one acceptable time to be saved.friend and could not find“Now!” wentpast is gone andfriend and friends were everywhe
                          many of youth is replaced it”, “sorry you‟ve heard it”, with you‟re upset about it”, the energy of the young;
“I‟m sorry” can mean soEnergythings: “sorry to hear by wisdom of years. Those“sorrythe years should enlist “sorry I‟ve been found ou
                         levels of can be trained to grow to give less than one‟s ability, to give according to ways. People are much b
There are four different Saplings giving: to give nothing, in chosen directions – old trees are too set in their one‟s ability and to give t
                          giving can bring can become sickening (25:27) Beware self-pleasing, meet needs, self-pity – they usually
Sowing the little seed ofToo much honey the fruits of personal enrichment, cause thanksgiving,self-glory and prove love, motivate pr
                         "The of the sunshine, not agree, for hate him and he got the coat off the poor man‟s back. Christ‟s follow
In the fable it was the warmthdevil and me we don'tthe blast of Ithe cold wind that hates me!" Similar opinions prevail between the wic
                         When any who want to impress. Satan impressed Eve and it showed that half the world‟s remember that th
Beware of being impressed byyou see in a woman charming conduct, beautiful appearance and godly spirituality –population was gu
                         The last entry in the diary poem which includes the words “Can point of followed far, who has the same qu
Amy Carmichael, a missionary to India, penned a of Kenneth Williams was "What is the he have it all?" Solomon askedno wound nor
                         Beware of becoming "the lone ranger" – for 14 years his of that name experience, and then shared it only
Some blessings we do well to keep quiet about. Paul kept secreteven the cowboy “third heaven”needed his "Tonto". God planned fam
                         Beware poor, burdened "good old days" – perhaps they weren't! (7:10) others however, for "the good old w
There is no merit in being weak,of longing for theor tired. If those things are the price of blessing It is better to ask it becomes a differ
                         Wise secretary of more than preach – they teach people. To do it well they think, find, go keep room, and
Years ago, Charlie Potter, thepreachers do the Reading Communist Party, was converted. He decided he wouldfile, to his it simple, k
                         same gospel – over 1000 songs, but only than the other, and there‟s no better gospel than the one they sh
Peter and Paul had the Solomon wrote neither had a better gospelthis one of the beloved redeemer survived. The rest were binned.
                         We love the people because He first loved us. He loves us up and loves the love (4:10) He Himself is alto
If there was any other way of getting belovedto heaven, God never would have givenstill,His Son to our sufferings of Gethsemane an
                         Being followers everlasting “Come to Christ!” His and He is mine" "not us!” are no longer preaching the or
Christ said, “Come to Me!” Hisloved with should say, love, means "I am Those who say “Come to for the years of time alone, but for e
                         All sin give up his sins, will keep himself from having eternal life. The green, blue language, to give up his
The person who is unwilling tocan be forgiven, whatever its so-called colour: white lies, envy'sperson who is unwilling and deep dyed
                         Beware the law of sin (3:9) you forgiven people have to live helping anyone, because you just law to boa
Beware of joining any group who want to boast thatEvenhave joined them. Beware of with consequences. God made thewant of grav
                         How can people into all "good", and good "evil"? The Bible comforts and joys happen (5:20) Today's histo
When entering a house, a person enterscall evil the warmth, light, protection, peace,prophesied it wouldthat are contained inside. W
                         Finney to lawyer evangelist to see, the dead to be and the testimony. If they do not speak according to this
Amazing grace causes the lost thebe found, the blind often cried "To the law given life, strangers to become members of the family a
                         More wonderful than not mysteries which the world, is the wonder of the mighty God, born wonderfully, the
Detective novels contain mysteries. They arethe seven wonders ofcannot be explained, for they usually are by the last chapter – to b
  on. The fact that the Lord is eternally kind is well worth repeating – again – and again! Take a moment to praise Him that He is!
y (1-6) is with him constantly (7-12) has made him wonderfully (13-16) considers him lovingly (17-18) and knows him better than he knows himself (23-24)
  go and no one to turn to. I'm brought low, I'm weak, persecuted and even imprisoned. Such is the prayer of the persecuted believer (Ps 142) Do you pray
he psalmist was down, depressed, distressed and spiritually dry – so decided it was time to pray for personal revival. Are we as sensible as him?
 cious, current, guaranteed and which brings a bright hope for the future. Help, hope and happiness are a great threesome. Are you enjoying them today?
 h the Lord who should be praised. The man who is blessed wants to praise someone – so why not the source of all his blessing? Praise the Lord!
t attitude to parents (1:8) an avoidance of peer pressure (1:10) devious men (2:13) and seductive women (2:16)
   trust Him when you don't understand what He's doing. Don't always trust your understanding. The Lord is reliable – not you! (3:5,6)
 ly to the lazy – for they are not told what to do, but are self disciplined and industrious. (6:6) Remember it is the disciplined life which leads to the delighted
ommitted against oneself. It can harm body and mind, ruin character, hasten death and even cause the ruin of the soul (8:36) Remember it is in your own
e occasions when it is better not to share the truth (12:23) Jesus exemplified wisdom in both His sayings and His silences.

  t outside to be a friend and friends were everywhere. (18:24)
 h the years should enlist the energy of the young; those with the youth should consult the wisdom of the years. (20:29)
 trees are too set in their ways. People are much the same (22:6) Start early to promote good behaviour and human skills.
elf-pleasing, self-glory and self-pity – they usually achieve the same result!
ates me!" Similar opinions prevail between the wicked and the godly (29:27) though the godly still seeks the 'well-being' of all (29:10)
 pearance and godly spirituality – remember that the greatest of these is godly spirituality (31:30) Heaven's order of esteem is usually different to the world
 is the point of it all?" Solomon asked the same question. Jesus was wiser than both – He didn't ask the question, but rather gave its answer
 of that name needed his "Tonto". God planned families, friends and Christian fellowship (4:9-12) Do you appreciate them as you should?
weren't! (7:10) It is better to ask for "the good old ways" (Jer. 6:16) Unlike "good old days", "good old ways" can come back again. Pray they might!
   To do it well they think, find, file, keep it simple, keep it true and keep it relevant (12:9-11) Whatever my service for the Lord – am I really conscientious?
 eloved redeemer survived. The rest were binned. Thousands of today's songs will suffer the same fate. They won't last the years, let alone eternity.
us still, and loves our love (4:10) He Himself is altogether lovely (5:16) – how lovely to have Him as our friend (4:16) Have you told Him you love Him today
e is mine" "not for the years of time alone, but for eternity!" (6:31) Have you told Him again today, that you love Him?
   lies, envy's green, blue language, and deep dyed red, even "red light" sin as well – "Wash me and I shall be whiter than snow" (1:18)
 ve with consequences. God made the law of gravity, but he who jumps from a cliff should not hold God responsible for the consequences of his action.
 e prophesied it would happen (5:20) Today's history has shown it has.
 e testimony. If they do not speak according to this word it is because there is no light in them" (8:20) That is not only true of spiritism, but all other so-calle
e wonder of the mighty God, born wonderfully, to become the Prince of Peace wonderfully, whose government will one day wonderfully right all wrongs (9:
to praise Him that He is!
d knows him better than he knows himself (23-24)
er of the persecuted believer (Ps 142) Do you pray for them?
sonal revival. Are we as sensible as him?
 a great threesome. Are you enjoying them today? (Ps 146)
source of all his blessing? Praise the Lord!

d is reliable – not you! (3:5,6)
 it is the disciplined life which leads to the delighted life.
 ruin of the soul (8:36) Remember it is in your own best interests to avoid all sin.
s and His silences.




 the 'well-being' of all (29:10)
n's order of esteem is usually different to the world's.
 question, but rather gave its answer
u appreciate them as you should?
 ys" can come back again. Pray they might!
y service for the Lord – am I really conscientious?
  They won't last the years, let alone eternity.
 riend (4:16) Have you told Him you love Him today?

all be whiter than snow" (1:18)
responsible for the consequences of his action.

 at is not only true of spiritism, but all other so-called spiritual authorities.
rnment will one day wonderfully right all wrongs (9:6-7)
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                                                           Satan will     Every idol convert does not look after its worsh
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah45-46&version=31 make sure the new is idle! It is visited with temptation and
Every idol is idle! It does not look after its worshippers, answer their prayers, save them from trouble, carry them through life or control their history. The Lo
rry them through life or control their history. The Lord is not an idol, and never idle – He does all those things wonderfully well for His people (ch. 46)
hings wonderfully well for His people (ch. 46)
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dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/10/2006    Ephesians 4         Isaiah 11, 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/10/2006    Ephesians 5:1-16    Isaiah 14, 15, 16
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/10/2006    Ephesians 5:17-33   Isaiah 17, 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/10/2006    Ephesians 6         Isaiah 20, 21, 22
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/10/2006    Philippians 1       Isaiah 23, 24, 25
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/10/2006    Philippians 2       Isaiah 26, 27
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/10/2006    Philippians 3       Isaiah 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/10/2006    Philippians 4       Isaiah 30, 31
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/10/2006    Colossians 1        Isaiah 32, 33
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/10/2006   Colossians 2        Isaiah 34, 35, 36
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/10/2006   Colossians 3        Isaiah 37, 38
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/10/2006   Colossians 4        Isaiah 39, 40
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/10/2006   1 Thessalonians 1   Isaiah 41, 42
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/10/2006   1 Thessalonians 2   Isaiah 43, 44
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/10/2006   1 Thessalonians 3   Isaiah 45, 46
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/10/2006   1 Thessalonians 4   Isaiah 47, 48, 49
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/10/2006   1 Thessalonians 5   Isaiah 50, 51, 52
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/10/2006   2 Thessalonians 1   Isaiah 53, 54, 55
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/10/2006   2 Thessalonians 2   Isaiah 56, 57, 58
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/10/2006   2 Thessalonians 3   Isaiah 59, 60, 61
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/10/2006   1 Timothy 1         Isaiah 62, 63, 64
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/10/2006   1 Timothy 2         Isaiah 65, 66
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/10/2006   1 Timothy 3         Jeremiah 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/10/2006   1 Timothy 4         Jeremiah 3, 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/10/2006   1 Timothy 5         Jeremiah 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/10/2006   1 Timothy 6         Jeremiah 9, 10 ,11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/10/2006   2 Timothy 1         Jeremiah 12, 13, 14
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/10/2006   2 Timothy 2         Jeremiah 15, 16, 17
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/10/2006   2 Timothy 3         Jeremiah 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/10/2006   2 Timothy 4         Jeremiah 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/10/2006   Titus 1             Jeremiah 22, 23
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                                                           Becoming             The becoming different. For the new Christian
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah11-13&version=31 a Christian isday of individual conversion is a miniature
                                                           Should
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah14-16&version=31the Christian be loving? Yes – just as Christ was loving. Th
                                                                                When Satan said "I will" sin began. (14:12-15) H
                                                           When a               Sometimes the of his “natural reactions” should
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah17-19&version=31 person is converted, manymost unlikely candidates are lin
                                                           The best              defence is attack. The and time to fast; armo
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah20-22&version=31 means of There is a time to feast Biblealists Christianthere
                                                                                Pity the poor only two days to live, and became
                                                           A sick Christian was told he had prostitute! What future is there for
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah23-25&version=31
                                                           A king disguised himself and went among his people undetected. T
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah26-27&version=31              "Leviathan" is described as a serpent, a twisted
                                                                                A man taking a shame; some people are takin
                                                           Some people are ashamed of theirdrink can lead to the drink not as
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah28-29&version=31
                                                           “I can do            through Christ who always feel right when end
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah30-31&version=31 all things A Christian may notstrengthens me” – I cangoin
                                                           He is the            However the creatures; He is the reconciler and
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah32-33&version=31 creator and we are strong a country's military might, if it h
                                                           J.C.Ryle,            Spurgeon said of said, “We are him anywhere
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah34-36&version=31 former Bishop of Liverpool Bunyan "Prick saved by Chris
                                                                                Trouble (37:3) fears (37:6) Changing Room.” W
                                                           Somebody called this chapter “The Christian‟sand tears (38:3) are
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                                                           Some are             "Mr Know-all" doesn't seem to Onesimus); som
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah39-40&version=31 known for failure before conversion (as know he doesn't
                                                                                 been is God's placing his faith in the dying Sa
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah41-42&version=31 person hasJesus saved byservant – not ours – even thoug
                                                           Once a
                                                                                 said writers gospel should not be shared with
                                                           First century rulers If the that the of horoscopes checked with their ro
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                                                           Satan will           Every idol convert does not look after its worsh
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah45-46&version=31 make sure the new is idle! It is visited with temptation and
                                                                                We never lose out by listening to only soften n
                                                           Knowledge of the glorious return of Jesus should notthe Lord; we th
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                                                           Christians           Time in "the they each morning, prepares us f
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah50-52&version=31 are not to be naïve – word"are to sensibly “test all things
                                                           When the             The sinner who realises will accompany Him, a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah53-55&version=31 Lord Jesus comes mighty angels Jesus paid for his sins
                                                           Satan is             The secret of getting the world right, is first to ge
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah56-58&version=31 such a deceiver that those he deceives do not know they
                                                                                work was concerned about those who will hea
                                                           Those who cannot Jesusdeserve our sympathy; healing broken not
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                                                           The world            While endless talk, idle talk, fruitless talk and
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah62-64&version=31 is full of fables,we may long for greater things (64:1) yetu
                                                                                Seven things to that for" or "behold": the be co
                                                           Governments should be prayed for "looktheir governing mightwritte
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah65-66&version=31
                                                                                If Jeremiah was known even before much as in
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah1-2&version=31 leadership is not learned in the classroom, so conception
                                                           Christian
                                                                                The Lord be despised for of the backslider, rath
                                                           Young Christians should not wants the return being young, and nee
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                                                                                We should not ask for of old because it is old,
                                                           The Temperance Pledge allowed the use thealcohol for “medicinal
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                                                           A follower            will prosper and felt like distancing himself fro
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah9-11&version=31 of ChristJeremiah said heprofit by weeping because he d
                                                           “Ashamed               that dear Friend on whom my hopes learn, an
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah12-14&version=31 of JesusGod promises to bless those willing toof heaven
                                                                                In the school of prayer – up that he had not ser
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah15-17&version=31 of his life Cardinal Wolsey regretted to this time – first cl
                                                           At the end
                                                           As time gets         God is in the business of worse and worse. The
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah18-19&version=31 later and later, evil men will get mending both broken
                                                           Spurgeon             Watch out! People are pray: when you feel like
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah20-21&version=31said there are only two times to watching you! They wan
                                                                                Sin Jesus Christ bad, but sin in a religious pers
                                                           David Livingstone said in anybody is was a perfect gentleman beca
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The day of individual conversion is a miniature foretaste of a great day yet to come. We can truly sing we have "Strength for today and bright hope for tomo
When Satan said "I will" sin began. (14:12-15) He thought he would get into heaven, and has deceived many people into thinking the same. Make sure you
Sometimes the most unlikely candidates are lined up for blessing by the most unlikely methods. God can even strike to heal. "God moves in a mysterious w
There is a time to feast and a time to fast; there is a time to play and a time to pray. Don't feast when you should fast; don't play when you should pray. (22
Pity the poor prostitute! What future is there for her? Once wanted by many – later, wanted by none. May she discover before it is too late "No one ever ca
 Leviathan" is described as a serpent, a twisted serpent, a fleeing serpent and a doomed serpent. So also is Satan. "Jesus is stronger than Satan and sin,
A man taking a drink can lead to the drink taking the man! Religious leadership can even suffer – losing spiritual vision, spiritual wisdom and spiritual exam
A Christian may not always feel right when going right, but a Spirit influenced conscience will always react when about to go wrong (30:21) Make sure you
However strong a country's military might, if it has lost spiritual faith, it has lost its main defence (31:1) Samson, with all his seeming strength, was no matc
Spurgeon said of Bunyan "Prick him anywhere and you will find him thoroughly Bibline." Wesley was much the same (35:56) "Hear Him ye deaf, His praise
Trouble (37:3) fears (37:6) and tears (38:3) are an excellent trinity to motivate prayer. Never ask others to pray for you unless you are first doing so yourse
 Mr Know-all" doesn't seem to know he doesn't know all. That which he knows he has had to learn. He doesn't even know what tomorrow will bring. Soone
 esus is God's servant – not ours – even though He cares and looks after us so well! We are called to be His servants – and called to serve, to care and to
  the writers of horoscopes checked with their readers, how often they would have to say "Oops – wrong again!" The Christian does not believe in fatalism
Every idol is idle! It does not look after its worshippers, answer their prayers, save them from trouble, carry them through life or control their history. The Lo
We never lose out by listening to the Lord; we never go wrong when following the Lord. Peace, purity and family prosperity are some of the dividends. (48:
Time in "the word" each morning, prepares us for time in "the world" each day. It was the practice of Jesus – am I following it? (50:4-6)
The sinner who realises Jesus paid for his sins on the cross (53:6) and wakes up to the joys of salvation (54:1) should start sharing the good news of the g
The secret of getting the world right, is first to get God's people right. Formal religion and hypocrisy never won anybody for the Saviour. (ch. 58)
 esus was concerned about healing broken hearts. Too often we pray for the healing of the dying – but if they die, forget to pray for the healing of those sti
While we may long for greater things (64:1) yet we should be involved in gospel things. Wesley said "I cannot – nay – I will not rest, till Thou, my only rest –
Seven things to "look for" or "behold": the written word, four promises to God's people, the coming new heaven and earth, and a restored, joyful Jerusalem
  Jeremiah was known even before conception – it affects one's views of abortion. If he was set apart and anointed for service by God even in his early ye
The Lord wants the return of the backslider, rather than his reprimand. He promises healing for, as well as forgiveness for, his backsliding! He will return so
We should not ask for the old because it is old, nor reject the old because it is old. It is "the good" which we should desire, whether old or not (6:16)
 eremiah said he felt like weeping because he didn't weep over God's cause declining in the land, sex and scandal abounding, and those "valiant for truth"
God promises to bless those willing to learn, and learn carefully, and learn from God's previous people, and learn that "the Lord lives!" Am I following the L
n the school of prayer – up to this time – first class honours had only been awarded to two: Moses and Samuel (15:1) What sort of grade do you think you
God is in the business of mending both broken hearts, and broken lives. It is wonderful what He can do if only He is given all the broken pieces. (18:1-3)
Watch out! People are watching you! They want to see you slip so they can point the finger. Daily discipline is needed to avoid daily derision (20:7-10) Hav
Sin in anybody is bad, but sin in a religious person is worse. It is heartbreaking to be involved in immorality, but worse when the lifestyle is defended (23:14
e have "Strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow!" (12:1-2)
many people into thinking the same. Make sure you are trusting in Christ's death, not Satan's deceptions.
n even strike to heal. "God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform." (19:19-22)
u should fast; don't play when you should pray. (22:12-13)
y she discover before it is too late "No one ever cared for me like Jesus!" Pray for those seeking to reclaim "the fallen" (23:16)
 o is Satan. "Jesus is stronger than Satan and sin, and Satan to Jesus must bow." (27:1)
 spiritual vision, spiritual wisdom and spiritual example. (28:7) Make sure you avoid all evil spirits!
ct when about to go wrong (30:21) Make sure you keep guidable!
 amson, with all his seeming strength, was no match for others when he lost the Lord.
 ch the same (35:56) "Hear Him ye deaf, His praise ye dumb your loosened tongues employ" etc and etc.
 o pray for you unless you are first doing so yourself (37:1-4)
 oesn't even know what tomorrow will bring. Sooner trust the one who knows all, than "Mr Know-all"! (40:12-14)
 e His servants – and called to serve, to care and to look after others for His name's sake. (42:1) Who can you help today?
  again!" The Christian does not believe in fatalism but in a living, loving Lord who rules and overrules all things (44:25)
rry them through life or control their history. The Lord is not an idol, and never idle – He does all those things wonderfully well for His people (ch. 46)
 d family prosperity are some of the dividends. (48:17-19) Are you tuned in to Him today, and ready to obey?
us – am I following it? (50:4-6)
  (54:1) should start sharing the good news of the gospel with others (55:1) Are you doing that?
 r won anybody for the Saviour. (ch. 58)
f they die, forget to pray for the healing of those still living suffering from broken hearts (61:1) How thoughtful am I?
annot – nay – I will not rest, till Thou, my only rest – return!" (62:1) Do I have similar evangelistic passion?
heaven and earth, and a restored, joyful Jerusalem (65) – but don't forget the coming judgement also (66)
nd anointed for service by God even in his early years – it affects one's views of human ordination (1:5)
as forgiveness for, his backsliding! He will return so much to us – if we but return to Him (3:22)
 we should desire, whether old or not (6:16)
nd scandal abounding, and those "valiant for truth" disappearing. (9:1-3) Do I share his heartache today?
and learn that "the Lord lives!" Am I following the Lord with all the enthusiasm I used to have for former pursuits? (12:16)
Samuel (15:1) What sort of grade do you think you would get? Perhaps we had all better get down to some revision!
 f only He is given all the broken pieces. (18:1-3)
 ine is needed to avoid daily derision (20:7-10) Have a happy, slip-free day!
 ity, but worse when the lifestyle is defended (23:14) To have a religious person defending such an immoral lifestyle is worst of all.
aim "the fallen" (23:16)




hings wonderfully well for His people (ch. 46)




oral lifestyle is worst of all.
Email                       Date         Reading            ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/11/2007    Titus 2            Jeremiah 24,25,26
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/11/2007    Titus 3            Jeremiah 27,28,29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/11/2007    Philemon           Jeremiah 30, 31
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/11/2007    Hebrews 1          Jeremiah 32, 33
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/11/2007    Hebrews 2          Jeremiah 34, 35, 36
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/11/2007    Hebrews 3          Jeremiah 37, 38, 39
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/11/2007    Hebrews 4          Jeremiah 40, 41, 42
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/11/2007    Hebrews 5          Jeremiah 43, 44, 45
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/11/2007    Hebrews 6          Jeremiah 46, 47
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/11/2007   Hebrews 7          Jeremiah 48, 49
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/11/2007   Hebrews 8          Jeremiah 50
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/11/2007   Hebrews 9          Jeremiah 51, 52
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/11/2007   Hebrews 10:1-18    Lamentations 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/11/2007   Hebrews 10:19-39   Lamentations 3, 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/11/2007   Hebrews 11:1-22    Ezekiel 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/11/2007   Hebrews 11:23-40   Ezekiel 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/11/2007   Hebrews 12         Ezekiel 5, 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/11/2007   Hebrews 13         Ezekiel 8, 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/11/2007   James 1            Ezekiel 11, 12, 13
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/11/2007   James 2            Ezekiel 14, 15
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/11/2007   James 3            Ezekiel 16, 17
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/11/2007   James 4            Ezekiel 18, 19
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/11/2007   James 5            Ezekiel 20, 21
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/11/2007   1 Peter 1          Ezekiel 22, 23
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/11/2007   1 Peter 2          Ezekiel 24, 25, 26
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/11/2007   1 Peter 3          Ezekiel 27, 28, 29
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/11/2007   1 Peter 4          Ezekiel 30, 31, 32
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/11/2007   1 Peter 5          Ezekiel 33, 34
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/11/2007   2 Peter 1          Ezekiel 35, 36
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/11/2007   2 peter 2          Ezekiel 37, 38, 39
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                                                                               Marks of a true prophet included being happy c
                                                            Women‟s ministry includes being happy husband makers, an early
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                                                                                 be ever up as a means of others? heaven, b
                                                            Good works shouldDo Igiven write to encouragegetting to(29:1) pray
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                                                                               "Ephraim…my becoming authoritarian. Paul Bi
                                                            Those in authority must beware of firstborn" (31:9) highlights the co
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                                                            Only Christ        Can cities recover and be healed from war cond
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah32,33&version=31 combined the three offices of Prophet, Priest and King
                                                                               The servant of the Lord may be sympathising n
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah34,35,36&version=31 have suffered much who are best atconfined – but w
                                                            It is those who
                                                            Learning history not as important as learning from history. Histor
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah37,38,39&version=31 is Some are afraid of what might happen, what pe
                                                            “Grace there       every debt to pay, know their own troubles, and
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah40,41,42&version=31is my Comfort zones canblood to wash my every sin a
                                                            Suffering may       hard school, but it is a good school and teach
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah43,44,45&version=31 be aWife or feminine pressure can be as–dangerous
                                                            Elementary         God's prophecies are more reliable - whereby a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah46,47&version=31 truths of Christianity include Spirit baptism than probab
                                                            Somebody           Ease can be a disease - the uttermost into atro
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah48,49&version=31 said, “Jesus is able to save fromit may developto the gu
                                                                               To wander astray without a in the sense that the
                                                            When God forgives sins, He forgets sins – not shepherd is bad – to
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah50&version=31
                                                            Christ has         Those who history to become our Saviour. Tod
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jeremiah51,52&version=31 already appeared inlive in an ungodly country should sti
                                                            “Not all the       To see deserted altars slain (however often) c
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=lamentations1,2&version=31blood of beastsaon Jewish city, demolished buildings an
                                                            The Bible says       Christians and though together regularly to m
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=lamentations3,4,5&version=31 thatGod is love,should meet He may chastise us for
                                                            What               believe is a “hand-me-down” go anywhere, prov
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel1,2&version=31most people David Livingstone said "I will from others. The im
                                                            Sin may            Those who are poor at foreign languages can a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel3,4&version=31 offer kicks, but there are always too many kick-backs. The
                                                            Chastisement is not punishment. A lovingto know thebe behind cha
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel5,6,7&version=31            God wants everybody father can Lord (7:4,9,2
                                                            Christ is unchanging is tragic when the glory of God departs from a
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel8,9,10&version=31           It with changing time; the gospel is unchanging
                                                                                tests of faith. Satan may intend a trial news; th
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel11,12,13&version=31 can beThe evangelist is a messenger of goodto demol
                                                            Trials of life
                                                            Which is           Top class a man suspended by a rope over No
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel14,15&version=31 more dangerous for honours for righteousness went toa c
                                                            Dr Sidlow          Do not one of the early appearance and beauty
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel16,17&version=31 Baxter said that despise outward marks of being filled wit
                                                                                to be blame God a person dies unsaved. Go
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel18,19&version=31 intended Never in water, butifwater is not intended to get i
                                                            Ships are
                                                            “Elijah …          It is impossible for the godly to be like … praye
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel20,21&version=31 prayed earnestly” One margin note has it “Elijahothers. T
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel22,23&version=31            When spiritual standards fall, sexual standards
                                                            Some prophesied of Calvary centuries before Calvary, without fully
                                                                               Guard your godly reaction to God Himself may
                                                            Christ‟s example demonstratedreactions well, for wrong accusation
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel24,25,26&version=31
                                                            The motto on       Beware all pride – be it pride of face, My beaut
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel27,28,29&version=31 a friend‟s shining white bath was “Beware! lace, place
                                                            Godly living        expect a great leveller. The beautiful are beau
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel30,31,32&version=31 shouldDeath is“flack” from ungodly people – but soone
                                                            Christ has         It is a care – it is for us who are His people. Be
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel33,34&version=31 one overridinggreat neglect to neglect duty. Evangelists
                                                            “The pen           God intended the nation of Israel word” visual
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel35,36&version=31 is mightier than the sword” and “the written to be acan out
                                                            Beware false       Master beware false teachers! No pope has ev
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel37,38,39&version=31 prophets andinterpretation, consider application, but r
Marks of a true prophet included being an early riser, with a message that included conditions (repent…) promises (and…) and relevance (now!) (25:4-5) H
Do I ever write to encourage others? (29:1) pray for my home town? (29:7) and really seek the Lord with all my heart? (29:13) To be a blessing, we must fir
 Ephraim…my firstborn" (31:9) highlights the Biblical principle of the second often taking precedence over the first. Second birth is more important than firs
Can cities recover and be healed from war conditions? Yes! Can first love, joy and praise be returned to the backslider? Yes! Can wonderful answers still b
The servant of the Lord may be confined – but not the Word of the Lord. Bibles may be burnt – but the Word of God will never be destroyed. (ch. 36) God w
Some are afraid of what might happen, what people might say, or what they might do. The fears may be unfounded, but real. Remember that you are calle
Comfort zones can know their own troubles, and even bring death. Choose rather to live in the best zone of all – the perfect will of God (42:13-17)
Wife or feminine pressure can be as dangerous as peer pressure. A pop group coined the idea of "girl power." If it could, feminism would replace the King
God's prophecies are more reliable than probabilities. He prophesied that the conquered would endure and the conquerors would disappear. Probability sa
Ease can be a disease - it may develop into atrophy! So welcome work! Delight to do His will. Pour out your life in blessing others. It is the flowing river tha
To wander astray without a shepherd is bad – to be led astray by a shepherd is worse. Spiritual and governmental leaders have great responsibilities (50:6
Those who live in an ungodly country should still pray for its blessing. Those who live to see their ungodly country fall under judgement should still weep fo
To see a deserted city, demolished buildings and smouldering ruins must be heartbreaking – but they scarcely compare to the desolations which surrounde
God is love, and though He may chastise us for our good, yet He does not enjoy inflicting pain and heartache (3:33) Our greatest happiness is inseparably
David Livingstone said "I will go anywhere, provided it is forward!" Heavenly creatures adopt the same policy (1:12) So should we who are heavenly servan
Those who are poor at foreign languages can always apply for home missions. The languages at home may be easier, but the mission may not be (3:4-7)
God wants everybody to know the Lord (7:4,9,27) Some only learn the hard way. The easier way is read His textbook, the Bible, report to the school of pra
  is tragic when the glory of God departs from a land or a life. When godliness goes, glory will soon follow. You look after your godliness, and God will look
The evangelist is a messenger of good news; the prophet is a messenger of bad news. Beware any prophets of peace. To have prophets around usually m
Top class honours for righteousness went to Noah, Job and Daniel. One saved his family, one lost his family and one had no family. It is not circumstances
Do not despise outward appearance and beauty, but do not be deceived by it either. Inner beauty is what God esteems. Outward beauty can be distasteful
Never blame God if a person dies unsaved. God did not want him to, made a way for him not to, implored him not to – and even asked him why he insisted
  is impossible for the godly to be like others. The man with two natures can never be like the man with one. The dove made for the heavens can never be
When spiritual standards fall, sexual standards follow. The holy Bible warns against unholy practices in a holy way. Get your guidelines about sex and vario
Guard your reactions well, for God Himself may react in return! Never rejoice in someone's downfall (25:6) or try to get your own back (25:12) or nurse gru
Beware all pride – be it pride of face, lace, place, race – or even pride of grace! (28:17) Pride depopulated heaven, populated hell, and has confined many
Death is a great leveller. The beautiful are beautiful no longer, the rich are rich no longer, the violent are violent no longer and the useful are useful no long
  is a great neglect to neglect duty. Evangelists should look to their duty (ch. 33) and pastors to theirs (ch. 34) It is not what "I want" but what "He wants" th
God intended the nation of Israel to be a visual aid or object lesson to the other nations of the world (36:23) He has a similar purpose for the Christian. Wh
Master interpretation, consider application, but reject imagination! Parts of the Bible should encourage Jews, and may equally encourage evangelists, for t
  promises (and…) and relevance (now!) (25:4-5) How close do I get to being like that?
 all my heart? (29:13) To be a blessing, we must first be blessed by meeting with the Blesser!
er the first. Second birth is more important than first birth, life after death than life before death etc.
 the backslider? Yes! Can wonderful answers still be received through prayer today? Yes! (33:6,11,1)
Word of God will never be destroyed. (ch. 36) God will outlast all opponents.
 unfounded, but real. Remember that you are called to be both a servant of the Lord, and a friend to man. (38:19-20)
e of all – the perfect will of God (42:13-17)
ower." If it could, feminism would replace the King of heaven by the Queen of heaven (44:15-17)
 nd the conquerors would disappear. Probability said the reverse, but history proved God's prophecies right (46:28) It always will.
 our life in blessing others. It is the flowing river that remains fresh, and avoids stagnation (48:11)
ernmental leaders have great responsibilities (50:6) Only the "good Shepherd" never fails – so keep close to Him!
 y country fall under judgement should still weep for it (51:8-9)
 arcely compare to the desolations which surrounded Christ when crucified. Is THAT nothing to you? (1:12)
 ache (3:33) Our greatest happiness is inseparably linked with His happiness – so have a happy day!
 olicy (1:12) So should we who are heavenly servants.
may be easier, but the mission may not be (3:4-7)
  His textbook, the Bible, report to the school of prayer, and complete the lessons of obedience. How are you doing?
w. You look after your godliness, and God will look after the glory.
phets of peace. To have prophets around usually means bad news – one way or the other! (13:15-17)
 mily and one had no family. It is not circumstances God commends, but saintly hearts whatever the circumstances (14:14)
 t God esteems. Outward beauty can be distasteful if the life is disgraceful (ch. 16)
 d him not to – and even asked him why he insisted on doing so (18:31,32)
one. The dove made for the heavens can never be like the pig who enjoys the mire (20:32)
a holy way. Get your guidelines about sex and various practices from the holy Bible – not the daily tabloids (ch. 23)
 6) or try to get your own back (25:12) or nurse grudges (25:15) Take action to control reaction.
ed heaven, populated hell, and has confined many a promising person to the regions of uselessness.
 violent no longer and the useful are useful no longer – so live to be useful while you can! (32:18-19)
h. 34) It is not what "I want" but what "He wants" that should govern my life – including my life today!
23) He has a similar purpose for the Christian. What is my life saying to those who are watching me?
ews, and may equally encourage evangelists, for the living God can bring life into seemingly 'dead' and hopeless situations.
ght (46:28) It always will.
Email                       Date         Reading         ReadingOT
dailythoughts@listbox.com   1/12/2007    2 Peter 3       Ezekiel 40, 41
dailythoughts@listbox.com   2/12/2007    1 John 1        Ezekiel 42, 43, 44
dailythoughts@listbox.com   3/12/2007    1 John 2        Ezekiel 45, 46
dailythoughts@listbox.com   4/12/2007    1 John 3        Ezekiel 47, 48
dailythoughts@listbox.com   5/12/2007    1 John 4        Daniel 1, 2
dailythoughts@listbox.com   6/12/2007    1 John 5        Daniel 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   7/12/2007    2 John          Daniel 5, 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   8/12/2007    3 John          Daniel 8, 9, 10
dailythoughts@listbox.com   9/12/2007    Jude            Daniel 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   10/12/2007   Revelation 1    Hosea 1, 2, 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   11/12/2007   Revelation 2    Hosea 5, 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   12/12/2007   Revelation 3    Hosea 9, 10, 11
dailythoughts@listbox.com   13/12/2007   Revelation 4    Hosea 12, 13, 14
dailythoughts@listbox.com   14/12/2007   Revelation 5    Joel
dailythoughts@listbox.com   15/12/2007   Revelation 6    Amos 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   16/12/2007   Revelation 7    Amos 4, 5, 6
dailythoughts@listbox.com   17/12/2007   Revelation 8    Amos 7, 8, 9
dailythoughts@listbox.com   18/12/2007   Revelation 9    Obadiah
dailythoughts@listbox.com   19/12/2007   Revelation 10   Jonah
dailythoughts@listbox.com   20/12/2007   Revelation 11   Micah 1, 2, 3
dailythoughts@listbox.com   21/12/2007   Revelation 12   Micah 4, 5
dailythoughts@listbox.com   22/12/2007   Revelation 13   Micah 6, 7
dailythoughts@listbox.com   23/12/2007   Revelation 14   Nahum
dailythoughts@listbox.com   24/12/2007   Revelation 15   Habbakuk
dailythoughts@listbox.com   25/12/2007   Revelation 16   Zephaniah
dailythoughts@listbox.com   26/12/2007   Revelation 17   Haggai
dailythoughts@listbox.com   27/12/2007   Revelation 18   Zechariah 1, 2, 3, 4
dailythoughts@listbox.com   28/12/2007   Revelation 19   Zechariah 5, 6, 7, 8
dailythoughts@listbox.com   29/12/2007   Revelation 20   Zechariah 9, 10, 11, 12
dailythoughts@listbox.com   30/12/2007   Revelation 21   Zechariah 13, 14
dailythoughts@listbox.com   31/12/2007   Revelation 22   Malachi
ReadingNKJV
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2peter3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john1&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john2&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john4&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john5&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2john&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=3john&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jude&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation1&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation2&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation4&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation5&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation6&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation7&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation8&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation9&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation10&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation11&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation12&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation13&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation14&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation15&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation16&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation17&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation18&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation19&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation20&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation21&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation22&version=50
ReadingNKJVOT
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel40,41&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel42,43,44&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel45,46&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel47,48&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel1,2&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Daniel3,4&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel5,6,7&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel8,9,10&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel11,12&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea1,2,3,4&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea5,6,7,8&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea9,10,11&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea12,13,14&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=joel&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos1,2,3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos4,5,6&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos7,8,9&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=obadiah&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jonah&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah1,2,3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah4,5&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah6,7&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=nahum&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=habbakuk&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zephaniah&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=haggai&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah1,2,3,4&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah5,6,7,8&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah9,10,11,12&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah13,14&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=malachi&version=50
ReadingNIV
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2peter3&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john1&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john2&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john3&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john4&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1john5&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2john&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=3john&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jude&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation1&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation2&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation3&version=50
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation4&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation5&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation6&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation7&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation8&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation9&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation10&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation11&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation12&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation13&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation14&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation15&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation16&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation17&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation18&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation19&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation20&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation21&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=revelation22&version=31
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                                                            Those who             how the world started, scoff at how it will end. T
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel40,41&version=31 scoff atWhen the Old Testament prophet said 'altar', th
                                                            Unsaved people need the not the God of the anticlimax: if Hisstart
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel42,43,44&version=31           God is complete forgiveness of all sins to pres
                                                            The “world”           pass away until the world children of God are o
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel45,46&version=31 will notGifts given to believers as passes away. It will re
                                                            If we are            To name of Christ, we should exhibit may well h
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel47,48&version=31 called by the experience deeper blessings, one the nature
                                                                                 Aim at purity if you would hit blessing. have a h
                                                            A.W.Tozer said: “One of the greatest needs of today is toWinkie P
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel1,2&version=31
                                                            Spurgeon said: “Little faith will bring your soul to heaven; great fait
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Daniel3,4&version=31                 God delivers some from the martyr's fire, and o
                                                            There is              example of a young man writing to be a praye
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel5,6,7&version=31 no BiblicalThose who want to ban prayer musta young lad
                                                            To wish               bodily health would match his spiritual health m
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel8,9,10&version=31a person‟s If too much studying, thinking and worrying leav
                                                            The God              Look forward is able to keep me, and able to p
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=daniel11,12&version=31 who is able to save me,to the return of Christ, and eternal
                                                            When the             God sometimes frustrates our search for the la
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea1,2,3,4&version=31 little girl heard a sermon on Jesus in the middle ofsatisfa
                                                            When Jesus sent His first letter, He said in effect: “I know what you
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea5,6,7,8&version=31              The Spirit must conquer the flesh, or the flesh w
                                                                                 It takes no of “The Light of to World” shows C
                                                            Holman Hunt‟s famous picturewisdom for a foolthe call a wise man
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea9,10,11&version=50
                                                            Samuel Chadwick, How nice Principal of Cliff College, used to read
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=hosea12,13,14&version=31              a former of God to suggest a prayer a backslid
                                                                                 Have you ever known a one of them patch? Go
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=joel&version=31 Over 100 million angels are in heaven. Not spiritual lean is necessa
                                                            Those
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos1,2,3&version=31 who do not hide in God in His redemption, will one day wan
                                                                                 Nations should beware that they do not legislate
                                                                                 Wilberforce 144,000 are all campaigned again
                                                            If the 144,000 is literal, then thewho successfullyJews. If the 144,00
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos4,5,6&version=31
                                                            When                 Godly prayers may postpone national judgemen
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=amos7,8,9&version=31heaven seems silent in its providences, saints on earth shou
                                                                                 Pride made a devil out to seek heaven‟s can m
                                                            Earth‟s catastrophes should cause people of an angel, and it mercie
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=obadiah&version=31
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=jonah&version=31                     If at first are not known by us; some things kno
                                                            Some things known to God,we do not succeed, God does not give
                                                            One day
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah1,2,3&version=31 the universe will resound with the “Hallelujah Chorus”: “An
                                                                                 The worst thing that can happen when a God-se
                                                            Satan                Man allows products loved by God, the Jews b
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah4,5&version=31 hates all people because they areto go beyond their "sell-by
                                                            Satan                Here war with the saints.” He today: is there so
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=micah6,7&version=31 has always “madeis something to consider has slaughtered
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                                                            Beatitudes are scattered through the Capernaum – the city of comf
                                                                                 When there say “Don‟t let do song go out of y
                                                            The lyrics of one Christian songare things you thenot understand,yo
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                                                            Epidemics, pollution, global warming, internationalas opposed war –
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                                                            Every present power, government, like the present! "Do it now!" is
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http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah1,2,3,4&version=31 people may get involved in ideologies and lifestyles
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                                                            God is worthy        Wanted! creating all for the Lord power, worth
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                                                            Three chapters into the Bible the serpent appears for the first time;
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=zechariah9,10,11,12&version=31 Old Testament believers rejoiced that the King
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http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=malachi&version=31 last promise inGod Bible is “I want His message right, and His
When the Old Testament prophet said 'altar', the Lord anticipated the future and said 'table' (41:22) "No blood, no altar now, the sacrifice is o'er" Do you un
God is not the God of the anticlimax: if His presence and glory may withdraw, yet they may return and 'fill' His temple. (43:1-5) Remember each believer is
Gifts given to believers as children of God are our gifts forever; gifts given to believers as servants of God are merely gifts on loan until our service is over
To experience deeper blessings, one may well have to faithfully invest time and patiently continue journeying on. At whatever stage in life, deeper blessing
Aim at purity if you would hit blessing. Winkie Pratney said, "Purpose now to give up any filthy habit, selfish ambition, bitter feeling and ungodly friend." (1:8
God delivers some from the martyr's fire, and others through it. Persecutors have sometimes glimpsed Christ in the suffering church, where they would not
Those who want to ban prayer must be a prayerless bunch. Governments which pressurise all religious faiths, usually have only one in mind they want to e
  too much studying, thinking and worrying leaves you feeling faint and sick – change tactics. Get up, go out and get on with the King's business (8:27)
 ook forward to the return of Christ, and eternal rest thereafter. Don't look forward to retirement and rest before life's work is done (12:13)
God sometimes frustrates our search for satisfaction that we might seek its true source. Have I a wandering heart? Hem me in, Lord! (2:6-8)
The Spirit must conquer the flesh, or the flesh will conquer the spirit. The God-strengthened will must do its part in choosing to follow the Lord, if the fleshly
  takes no wisdom for a fool to call a wise man a fool. Those who mock at sin are sure to mock at saints. Those who want nothing to do with God, will wan
How nice of God to suggest a prayer a backslider may pray, who may feel tongue-tied himself. Have you ever prayed Hosea 14:1-2?
Have you ever known a spiritual lean patch? God can not merely bring you through it, but make up for what you have lost. Claim the promise of Joel 2:15 w
Nations should beware that they do not legislate against God's laws once too often. Individuals should beware that they do not sin once too often.
Wilberforce who successfully campaigned against slavery had death threats. Baroness Cox (of Christian Solidarity Worldwide) has had the same. Pray for
Godly prayers may postpone national judgement, but only national repentance can prevent it. Keep praying – but keep preaching "repentance" as well (7:1
Pride made a devil out of an angel, and it can make virtual devils out of men. It is the original sin. If we do not deal with it ourselves – God will! Ask help to
  at first we do not succeed, God does not give up on us! Jonah as an individual, and Assyria as a nation both discovered that the Lord is the "God of anot
The worst thing that can happen when a God-sent man is told to shut up is that he might (2:6) We should not give as good as we get, but continue to give
Man allows products to go beyond their "sell-by" date, but God keeps true to His appointed "cut-off" dates. Both nations and individuals should remember t
Here is something to consider today: is there something I can do today? Something I can take pleasure in today? And something I can maintain today? Lo
 esus came from Capernaum – the city of comfort. The God of all comfort is a comfort for the godly, but not for the ungodly. Many have been hurt by trage
When there are things you do not understand, you feel down and the devil's kicking you, remember you can still rejoice in your salvation, or, as Luther put
The Bible emphasises singing as opposed to mere music. Words are important as they give the reason for the song. Amazingly, our salvation not only cau
There's no time like the present! "Do it now!" is a good motto, but how often we say "I'll do it later!" Before you go out into the day, pray now, and ask God'
Heaven's supplies for earthly needs are fully covered by two provisions: the Intercessor above, and the Intervener below. Praise the Lord for the Saviour o
Wanted! Enthusiasm for the Lord that is willing to call on a neighbour, tell them where you're going, invite them to join you and encourage the regular pract
Old Testament believers rejoiced that the King was coming. New Testament believers rejoice that the King did come, and that He is coming again (9:9) Liv
The last comment in this book is that one day ("in that day") everything will be sorted out. Then nobody will have wrong views, and nobody will live an ungo
God does not want His message right, and His messengers wrong. True dedication, godly family life, honest giving, not least giving glory to God – are all H
 blood, no altar now, the sacrifice is o'er" Do you understand and attend "the Lord's Table"?
 l' His temple. (43:1-5) Remember each believer is now a temple that the Holy Spirit wants to fill.
od are merely gifts on loan until our service is over (46:16-17) Glory in the eternal gifts, not the temporals!
eying on. At whatever stage in life, deeper blessings still beckon (47:1-5)
 ish ambition, bitter feeling and ungodly friend." (1:8)
Christ in the suffering church, where they would not have seen Him otherwise. Pray for those who suffer (ch. 3)
 aiths, usually have only one in mind they want to eliminate (4:6) Let no man – or distraction – keep you from praying!
   out and get on with the King's business (8:27)
  before life's work is done (12:13)
ring heart? Hem me in, Lord! (2:6-8)
  its part in choosing to follow the Lord, if the fleshly influenced heart is at first reluctant to do so (5:4)
 . Those who want nothing to do with God, will want nothing to do with His people (9:7)
   ever prayed Hosea 14:1-2?
 hat you have lost. Claim the promise of Joel 2:15 whenever needed.
eware that they do not sin once too often.
   Solidarity Worldwide) has had the same. Pray for godly leaders standing up for righteousness in the country (5:10)
 ing – but keep preaching "repentance" as well (7:1-9)
 o not deal with it ourselves – God will! Ask help to walk humbly with your God today.
n both discovered that the Lord is the "God of another chance".
d not give as good as we get, but continue to give good irrespective of what we get.
 s. Both nations and individuals should remember that (5:10-15) Live this day as if your last.
 n today? And something I can maintain today? Look up Micah 6:8 for the answers
  not for the ungodly. Many have been hurt by tragedy and sorrow – try to comfort one such today.
 can still rejoice in your salvation, or, as Luther put it: "God, my Jesus" (3:17-18)
  or the song. Amazingly, our salvation not only causes us to sing, but God as well (3:16-17)
  e you go out into the day, pray now, and ask God's help to bless someone (1:2)
 ntervener below. Praise the Lord for the Saviour on high, and the indwelling Holy Spirit (4:13-14)
e them to join you and encourage the regular practice – even before it's popular to do so (8:21-23)
 ng did come, and that He is coming again (9:9) Live as though He might come today – He might!
will have wrong views, and nobody will live an ungodly lifestyle. Hallelujah! Roll on the day!
nest giving, not least giving glory to God – are all His concerns. They should be ours as well. Are they yours?

				
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