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Music to the Lord
By Hain-Lee Hsueh
Music is a form of expression in our daily lives, whether through our iPods on the street or from the radio in our cars. What melodies are most likely to be stuck in our heads and hummed from our mouths? What place does the word of God have in the songs we listen to?
My Eye Sees Thee
At one point in his life, Job claimed that he had changed from only hearing God to seeing Him. What can we learn from Job so that we may also have such a shift in faith in times of trials and suffering?
Never to Return to Our Sins
"As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his folly." (Prov. 26:11) Do we find ourselves perpetuating the same weaknesses over and over? It's time to check ourselves and make real changes in lives!
Not a Leftover
By Liliana Chan
Most people do not enjoy eating leftovers. Leftovers are always low on our priority lists. Yet, unknowingly, many of us have relegated God to a position of being a leftover, turning to God only when all else fails, or when we are well-entertained by other things of the world.
Not Atoned Forever
Eli's two sons are notoriously known to us as exceedingly wicked priests of the Lord who deserved to die. However, why did the Lord endure their sins for such a long period of time? What was behind His timing?
Not by Bread Alone
Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. —Matthew 4:4
Of Love and Seals
By Sizhen Teh
"Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm..."
Offense is the Best Defense
By Hain-Lee Hsueh
It is human tendency to want to feel settled. In our spiritual walk however, to sit back and relax in complacency will not get us closer to God. We need to actively seek out the weaknesses inside of ourselves and engage in perpetual battle to improve ourselves.
Many of us do not like the idea of correcting the fault of others for fear of confrontation, especially with brothers and sisters in the church. This devotional explains that open rebuke is a rare act of love.
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