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Spring cleaning and purging

2 Chronicles 29-32: Time to Purge Your Life of Everything Sinful & Hated by God

Springtime is when most people do a thorough cleaning throughout their homes. They purge everything that’s old, dirty, and filthy. They move furniture around, sweep under rugs and everywhere dust and dirt can hide. That’s what the next good king of Judah did to the temple that had been desecrated. Likewise, it is something we …

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The Queen of Sheba visits Solomon

2 Chronicles 8-9: Solomon Made His First Mistake and Gave Satan a Foothold

Have you ever made a life-altering mistake? Well, King Solomon did & it infected his kingdom & the Israelites. What did he do? He disobeyed God. Let’s dig in… 2 Chronicles 8 – Solomon’s Many Achievements It took Solomon twenty years to build the Lord’s Temple and his own royal palace. At the end of …

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King David commits sinful acts, the people suffer

1 Chronicles 21-22: The Sinful Actions of a Leader Affect the People

Have you ever wondered if God is judging us because of the sinful actions of our leaders? In today’s chapters, we see how the sinful actions of King David trickle down to the people who end up suffering. However, our God shows mercy and lays plans for a future king including Jesus. Let’s dig in… …

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David battles were victories by God

1 Chronicles 18-20: Victorious David Shows that Our Life Battles Belong to the Lord

We all have battles in life. They could be relationships, illnesses, financial hardships, war, storms, droughts, you name it! The idea is to give it all to God. Today’s chapters in 1 Chronicles show how David was victorious against Israel’s enemies only with the help of God. Let’s dig in… 1 Chronicles 18 – David’s …

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Nehemiah 5-8: Don’t Be Sad! The Joy of the Lord is Your Strength!

The rubble of the destroyed City of Jerusalem’s wall represented failure, sin, disobedience, and judgment. The repaired wall symbolized hope, a future, life, power, a real city, more people and a threat to the enemies. Enthusiasm led to hard work, which led to tired, dejected people. However, hearing the Word of God changes things. Seek the truth…