A very interesting documentary on the life of Martin Luther, who was very instrumental in the Reformation movement of the 16th Century. My thanks to Adam Ford for providing the link to the video in his newsletter, which you can subscribe to with this link.
Whether or not you’re running the NYC Marathon today, you are running a race you’re meant to run with endurance! You were created for a purpose! Over my career, I had to learn to quiet the negative voices around me. Source: Run with a Positive Focus – FaithGateway
Jesus said some outrageous things sometimes–things like, “Be perfect!” That’s really hard to do. Good thing we have a Savior! Source: Really, Jesus? Be perfect? – Time of Grace
The more we worship God, the less interested we become in things that aren’t His will. Source: The Sacrifice of Worship
When they heard this sound, a crowd came together in bewilderment, because each one heard their own language being spoken.Acts 2:6 Source: New Humanity | Our Daily Bread Below is a video about the Babel exhibit mentioned in the devotion above.
In the 1830s, Alexis de Tocqueville recorded his famous “Observations of America” in which he noted a strange melancholy that haunts the inhabitants in their abundance. “Americans, believe prosperity could quench their yearning need for happiness.” This is still a popular belief in the 21st century, for if not abundance, then what? Source: Money and […]
Source: Wrong Turn – November 3, 2019 – WELS
Bible reading 2 Chronicles 29-31:1 (NIV84) Source: Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 3 – WELS