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Day 10 - Genesis 10

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 10. DEVOTIONAL: "From thesethe coastlandpeoplesof the Gentiles were separated into their lands, everyone according to his language, according to their families, into their nations."Genesis 10:5 Few realize the treasures that lie in this heap of names. This chapter is the key to ancient histories and contains many of the names that ...

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Day 9 - Genesis 9

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 9. DEVOTIONAL: "I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between Me and the earth."Genesis9:13 It is the will of God that human beings should get into moral relationship with Him, and His covenants are for this purpose. "Why does not God save me?" He has saved me, but I have not entered into relations...

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Day 8 - Genesis 8

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 8. DEVOTIONAL: "The dove came in to him in the evening." Genesis 8:11

Blessed be the Lord for another day of mercy, even though I am now weary with its toils. Unto the preserver of men lift I my song of gratitude. The dove found no rest out of the ark, and therefore returned to it; and my soul has learned yet more fu...

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Day 7 - Genesis 7

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 7. DEVOTIONAL: "The Lord shut him in." Genesis 7:16

Noah was shut in away from all the world by the hand of divine love. The door of electing purpose interposes between us and the world which lieth in the wicked one. We are not of the world even as our Lord Jesus was not of the world. Into the sin, the gaiety, the purs...

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Day 6 - Genesis 6

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 6. DEVOTIONAL: "This is the genealogy of Noah.Noah was a just man,perfect in his generations. Noahwalked with God." Genesis 6:9

The eyes of God went to and fro over the ancient world, where sin reigned unchecked, to discover one grateful spectacle. But they were doomed to disappointment, till they lighted on Noah. He f...

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Day 5 - Genesis 5

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 5. DEVOTIONAL: "Enoch walked with God." Genesis 5:24

The test of a man's religious life and character is not what he does in the exceptional moments of life, but what he does in the ordinary times, when there is nothing tremendous or exciting on. The worth of a man is revealed in his attitude to ordinary things when he...

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Day 4 - Genesis 4

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 4. DEVOTIONAL: "Abel was a keeper of sheep." Genesis 4:2 As a shepherd Abelsanctified his work to the glory of God, and offered a sacrifice of blood upon his altar, and the Lord had respect unto Abel and his offering.This early type of our Lord is exceedingly clear and distinct. Like the first streak of light which tinges the east ...

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Day 3 - Genesis 3

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 3. DEVOTIONAL: "Thevoice of theLordGod walking in the garden in thecool of the day." Genesis 3:8 Thus God started man in an ideal home. Memories of Eden, exquisite as dreams, weave the background of human life. Fellowship with the Creator, who walked its glades; its river, trees, and fruits; its blessed companionship; its light and...

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Day 2 - Genesis 2

For today, read throughGenesis chapter 2. While yesterday's video from The Bible Project provided an overview of the first section of Genesis, today's video gives some insight into the overall theme of the beginning of this book. DEVOTIONAL: "Then theLordGod tookthe man and put him in the garden of Eden totend and keep it." Genesis 2:15 Thus God started man in an ide...

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Day 1 - Genesis 1

For today, read through Genesis chapter 1. Below is a helpful overview of the first section of Genesis, published by The Bible Project. DEVOTIONAL: "And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness."Genesis 1:4 Light might well be good since it sprang from that fiat of goodness, "Let there be light." We who enjoy it should be more ...

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