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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-08-2017, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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I have recently begun using this daily devotions site, and start the day with it.
There are additional helps as well, access to Bible Gateway and such, I find it really hits the spot in starting the day, and the burger pictures on the welcome page remind me
of what a real well made burger looks like, not the ones in a box or wrapped in
paper!

http://www.inthebreakroom.org/welcome.html

Our Daily Bread is one as well.
What have you folks found and recommend?
Best wishes

Come quickly, Lord Jesus
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I don't do devotions I guess. I read and post Dr Spurgeons daily and read my Bible daily. I'm in the middle of my 7th reading straight through, besides picking out a book and reading it through for many years. I'm in JOB now and always have trouble there. Job and Psalms are my 2 least favorite books of the Bible. Good looking burgers BTW. POWDERMAN.
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Your Spurgeon posts are a big part of my devotional reading each day as well.
Job 33-14 is very illuminating in describing how He reaches each of His own every
day, "first one way, then another, though you don't perceive it" as instruction to us
to seek out how He is guiding us to do His good will. Our walk is not to be outward form
only, though that failure of belief is rampant in our world.
Blessings

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Your Spurgeon posts are a big part of my devotional reading each day as well.
Job 33-14 is very illuminating in describing how He reaches each of His own every
day, "first one way, then another, though you don't perceive it" as instruction to us
to seek out how He is guiding us to do His good will. Our walk is not to be outward form
only, though that failure of belief is rampant in our world.
Blessings
Better be careful here---you will be called one of the deplorable Calvinist like me !

Blessings

TEXAS, by GOD
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Ha! Yes , thank you for the warning!
Only by those who DO NOT exhibit the fruit of the Spirit, which you just shared.
Thank you brother!

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