Back-Then Realities for Our Right-Now Experiences

Today’s Devo:

@First5App @Proverbs31org Not too long ago, I went to the eye doctor to get my eyes checked and to talk abou LASIK eye correction surgery. My doctor looked at me with a sideways grin and began to say “Well …” followed by a long, drawn-out pause.


27 And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself.

Luke 24:27

“He was. He is. And He will forever be the Redeemer King.”

Today’s Reading:

[I forgot to bring my book to work today, so no reading today. Whoops.]

In exchange here are some notes I took from yesterday’s sermon that I feel are applicable to our study. Also, ask yourself these questions. We ask these in Bible Study every week:

Accountability questions:

  • Did you attend church this week?
  • What did you take away from the sermon? (See my take-aways from this week’s sermon below.)
  • Did you meet your Spiritual goals this week? Do you have any new goals?
  • Did you live “differently” this week?
  • Did you use your Spiritual gifts?
  • Did you meet your Physical goals?
  • Did you let anyone steal your Joy?
  • Did you share the gospel/minister to anyone?

In yesterday’s sermon (link to Facebook video here) Pastor Brandon quoted John Phillips on the comparison of the Song or Moses and the Song of the Lamb:

I thought this accentuated the idea behind our current study…Jesus is present throughout the whole of Scripture. Good stuff.

And a short and sweet encouragement:

This is from one of my Bible profs at Luther Rice. You can press play and listen to it or read it yourself…

How much did it annoy you that I didn’t list the reading today?

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