Word at Work

December 6, 2013

Word at Work December 6, 2013

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 Scripture: Matthew 7:21-23 Matthew 7:21-23 says, “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who […]
December 5, 2013

Word at Work December 5, 2013

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 Scripture: Matthew 11:2-6 Matthew 11:2-6 says, “And when John had heard in prison about the works of Christ, he sent two of his […]
December 4, 2013

Word at Work December 4, 2013

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 Scripture: Hebrews 8:10,11; Acts 2:32-36 It is interesting that Hebrews 8 makes it clear that we are to know the King. Knowing the […]
December 3, 2013

Word at Work December 3, 2013

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3 Scripture: Hebrews 8:10,11 Hebrews 8:10,11 says, “For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, […]
December 2, 2013

Word at Work December 2, 2013

MONDAY, DECEMBER 2 Scripture: Ephesians 6:10,11 Ephesians 6:10,11 says , “Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put […]
December 1, 2013

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December 1, 2013

Word at Work December 1, 2013

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 Scripture: Hebrews 8:7-9 Hebrews 8:7-9 says, “For if that first covenant had been faultless, then no place would have been sought for a […]
November 30, 2013

Word at Work November 30, 2013

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Scripture: Psalm 139:7-22 Psalm 139 starts out bathed in God’s tenderness, gentleness and mercy. A good example is verses 17,18 where it says, […]
November 29, 2013

Word at Work November 29, 2013

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Scripture: Psalm 7:14-16 I cannot think of a more eloquent way to define axios in an Old Testament prayer than what David says […]
November 28, 2013

Word at Work November 28, 2013

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Scripture: Psalm 7:9-13 The Psalms are full of the judicial concept described in the New Testament as axios. We could call them the […]