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    Heaven Rejoices When The Lost Is Found

    If you’ve ever lost and then found a wedding ring, a passport, or a family pet, you probably remember the relief and joy you felt when you recovered what was lost! And today on Discover the Word, the team concludes their weeklong study on “The God Who Pursues,” as we discover the joy God has when […]

    God Is Actively Seeking The Lost

    God is actively seeking those who are lost! And today on Discover the Word, the team will give us a new perspective on the radical lengths to which God will go to find those who are far from Him. It’s part of series titled “The God Who Pursues,” and you can hear it today on Discover the Word!

    A Powerful Love Story

    It’s often said, that “seeing is believing.” So today on Discover the Word, see how one of the Bible’s most powerful love stories reveals that the God we follow is “The God Who Pursues”! It’s a story of betrayal and forgiveness, faithlessness and reconciliation. Get a new vision of God’s radical love for the lost when you […]

    We Have Great Value

    Imagine you’re running late for your first day at a new job and you’ve misplaced your keys. You’d turn the house upside down to find them! Because the more important something is, the more intense the search is to find it! And today on Discover the Word, the team will show us that God intensely pursues […]

    “The God Who Pursues”

    What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think about God? Well, today on Discover the Word, the team considers how our God is “The God Who Pursues.” It’s a brand-new series of conversations that focus on Jesus’s parable in Luke 15 about a lost sheep, a lost coin, and two lost sons. Be part of the Discover […]

    Dedicated to Love

    As a convert to Jesus Christ, Nabeel Qureshi has written books to help his readers understand the people in the religion he left. His tone is respectful, and Qureshi always displays a heart of love for his people.

    Qureshi dedicated one of his books to his sister, who has not yet put her faith in Jesus. The dedication is brief, but powerful. “I am begging God for the day that we can worship him together,” he wrote.

    We get a sense of that kind of love as we read Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. “My heart is filled with bitter…

    Living Out Loud

    While staying at a hotel in Austin, Texas, I noticed a card on lying on the desk in my room. It said:


    Our Prayer is that your stay here will be restful

    and that your travels will be fruitful.

    May the Lord bless you and keep you, and make

    His face shine upon you.

    This card from the company that manages the hotel made me want to know more, so I accessed their website and read about their culture, strength, and values. In a winsome way, they seek to pursue excellence and live out their faith in the workplace.

    Their philosophy reminded me of Peter’s words…

    Side by Side

    In ancient times, a city with broken walls revealed a defeated people, exposed to danger and shame. That is why the Jews rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem. How? By working side by side, an expression that can well describe Nehemiah 3.

    At first glance, chapter 3 might appear to be a boring account of who did what in the reconstruction. However, a closer look highlights how people worked together. Priests were working alongside rulers. Perfume-makers were helping as well as goldsmiths. There were some who lived in nearby towns and came to give a hand. Others made repairs opposite their houses.…

    The Babushka Lady

    The “Babushka Lady” is one of the mysteries surrounding the 1963 assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. Captured on film recording the events with a movie camera, she has proven to be elusive. This mystery woman, wearing an overcoat and scarf (resembling a Russian babushka), has never been identified and her film has never been seen. For decades, historians and scholars have speculated that fear has prevented the “Babushka Lady” from telling her story of that dark November day.  

    No speculation is needed to understand why Jesus’s disciples hid. They cowered in fear because of the authorities (John 20:19)…

    Salt for the Soil

    Salt. It’s one of the world’s most valuable minerals and has helped advance modern civilization. Its preservative capabilities helped the ancient world prevent starvation by safely increasing the shelf life of meats and vegetables. Not surprisingly, the mining and trading of salt, along with transporting cured foods over long distances, became big business.

    The Spirit’s Work Within

    One day, I noticed my bird feeder hanging in the distance and remembered it had been some time since I’d refilled it. Walking over and reaching for the refill cap, I stopped as I noticed the interior of the feeder had been taken over by a wasp’s nest. The transformation reminded me that, similar to the way a wasp nest and birdseed couldn’t occupy the same space, our choice to be filled with the Holy Spirit must be full and complete.

    Silence Isn’t Always Golden

    Samaria, the capital of Israel, was being besieged by the Aramean army. Food was soon depleted, and many died of hunger while some resorted to cannibalism (2 Kings 6:24-31). The prophet Elisha told the unbelieving king that God would rescue them and provide food for them (2 Kings 7:1). Soon, the divine army that Elisha’s servant had seen earlier scattered the enemy (2 Kings 6:14-17, 2 Kings 7:6-7).

    Passing on the Legacy

    My phone beeped, indicating an incoming text. My daughter wanted my grandmother’s recipe for Peppermint Ice Cream Pie. As I thumbed through the yellowed cards in my aged recipe box, my eyes spotted the unique handwriting of my grandmother—and several jotted notes in the small cursive of my mother. It occurred to me that with my daughter’s request, Peppermint Ice Cream Pie would make its entrance into a fourth generation within my family.

    I wondered, what other family heirlooms might be handed down generation to generation? What about choices regarding faith? Besides the pie, would the faith of my grandmother—and my…

    Obedience to the “Heavenly Vision”

    I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision. —Acts 26:19

    If we lose “the heavenly vision” God has given us, we alone are responsible— not God. We lose the vision because of our own lack of spiritual growth. If we do not apply our beliefs about God to the issues of everyday life, the vision God has given us will…

    Being an Example of His Message

    Preach the word! —2 Timothy 4:2

    We are not saved only to be instruments for God, but to be His sons and daughters. He does not turn us into spiritual agents but into spiritual messengers, and the message must be a part of us. The Son of God was His own message— “The words that I…

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