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Day 20 - Genesis 20

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 20. DEVOTIONAL: "I also withheld thee from sinning against Me." -Genesis 20:6 As we review our lives, we can see many occasions on which our feet had well-nigh goneour steps were on the very brink of the precipice. Another inch, and we should have brought shame on Christ and lasting remorse to ourselves. To what can we attribute ou...

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Day 19 - Genesis 19

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 19. DEVOTIONAL: "Abraham got up early to the place where he stood before the Lord, and looked." -Genesis 19:27 There was not much sleep that night for this loyal heart! With the spring of day he was where, probably, Lot, years before, had looked on the face of the country, and beheld it as a garden of the Lord. But how great the ...

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Day 18 - Genesis 18

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 18. DEVOTIONAL: "Shall I hide from Abraham what I am doing?" Genesis 18:17 The Delights of His Friendship.Genesis 18 brings out the delight of true friendship with God, as compared with simply feeling His presence occasionally in prayer. This friendship means being so intimately in touch with God that you never even need ...

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Day 17 - Genesis 17

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 17. DEVOTIONAL: "Walk before me and be thou Perfect" -Genesis 17:1 God precedes his commands with such revelations of Himself, that obedience is rendered easily possible. Before calling Abram to perfection, He described himself as El Shaddai, the Almighty. What may we not do if we learn to avail ourselves of the all might of God?...

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Day 16 - Genesis 16

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 16. The Bible's main way of talking about God's relationship to humanity is the image of a partnership. This video on covenants traces the way God entered into a series of formal relationships with various human partners in order to rescue the world through Jesus, the ultimate covenant partner. DEVOTIONAL: "Return to thy Mistress...

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Day 15 - Genesis 15

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 15. DEVOTIONAL: "When the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and behold, horror and great darkness fell upon him." Genesis 15:12

Whenever God gives a vision to a Christian, it is as if He puts him in "the shadow of His hand" (Isaiah 49:2). The saint's duty is to be still and listen. Ther...

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Day 14 - Genesis 14

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 14. DEVOTIONAL: "And he blessed him and said:"Blessed be Abram of God Most High,Possessor of heaven and earth;-Genesis 14:19 It was to Melchizedek, the lonely king-priest living outside the busy rush of the world, that this new name of God was given. There are some to whom God gives these direct revelations of Himself, that they ma...

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Day 13 - Genesis 13

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 13. DEVOTIONAL: "If you take the left, then I will go to the right; or, if you go to the right, then I will go to the left." Genesis 13:9

As soon as you begin to live the life of faith in God, fascinating and physically gratifying possibilities will open up before you. These things are yours by right, but if you ar...

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Day 12 - Genesis 12

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 12. Below is a helpful overview of the second section of Genesis, published by The Bible Project. DEVOTIONAL: "And hepitched his tent, having Beth-el on the west and Ai on the east: and there he builded an altar." Genesis 12:8

Worship is giving God the best that He has given you. Be careful what you do with th...

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Day 11 - Genesis 11

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 11. DEVOTIONAL: "Come,let Us go down and thereconfuse their language, that they may not understand one another's speech."Genesis 11:7 God comes down into human life. Though the world is corrupt and full of violence; though his arch-enemy has taught man to dread and hate Him; though attempts are on foot to resist Him in open rebelli...

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