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Deveraux Hubbard

Oh to be Kept

Today’s Reading: Psalm 119:169-176 “O Lord, listen to my cry; give me the discerning mind you promised.  Listen to my prayer; rescue me as you promised.  Let praise flow from my lips, for you have taught me your decrees.  Let my tongue sing about your word, for all your commands are right.  Give me a…

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Rehab Addict

Today’s Reading: Lamentations 5 I love HGTV.  One of my favorite shows is “Rehab Addict”.  It features Nicole Curtis, a self-taught home rehabber who has a passion for saving old houses.  It is incredible to watch the transformation as Nicole takes ramshackle homes from the wrecking ball to their original stunning…

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Blurred Lines

Today’s Reading: Lamentations 4 Robin Thicke’s song “Blurred Lines” was number one on the Billboard’s Hot 100 list for 12 weeks in 2013.  Is it an indicator of how much we’ve blurred the lines morally?  Read Lamentations 4.  Jeremiah highlights the devastation that took place in Jerusalem. Lamentations 4:10 in…

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A Time to Cry

Today’s Reading:  Lamentations 1:1-22 Breaking news.  Jerusalem has fallen.  Imagine v. 1-11 being told by a reporter who has just made it to the scene of this tragedy. The reporter provides the information of what they see and reflects upon the sadness of the scene.  Then v. 12-22 the reporter interviews…

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Got Questions?

The “Got Milk?” campaign ran from October 1993 until February of 2014.  The campaign encouraged the consumption of cow’s milk.  It was a great quick question to raise, to help people think about whether or not they were consuming milk.  Today, we begin reading the book of Habakkuk.  Read through…

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A Song of Hope

Today’s Reading:  Psalm 42 and 43 “A white-tailed deer drinks from the creek; I want to drink God, deep draughts of God.  I’m thirsty for God-alive.  I wonder, “Will I ever make it—arrive and drink in God’s presence?”  I’m on a diet of tears—tears for breakfast, tears for supper.  All day long people knock…

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