Monthly Archives: September 2011

Day 100: The Finish Line

       Today’s reading: Psalm 150 Congratulations! You made it to the finish line. In the last 100 days, I hope you have not only become more Biblically literate, but that your faith has deepened as well. Take some time today to celebrate your cover-to-cover … Continue reading

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Day 99: The End. . .the Beginning

Today’s reading: Revelation 12-22; Psalm 148-149 “And I saw the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God. . .”  (Revelation 21:2) As the curtain begins to fall today on our 100-day journey through the Bible, John gives us … Continue reading

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Day 98: Hope, not Fear

Today’s reading: Revelation 1-11; Psalm 146-147 Perhaps some of you entered the final book of the Bible today with fear and trembling, uncertain of what you would find there. Even if you’ve never read it, you’ve probably heard plenty about it, and … Continue reading

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Day 97: They’ll Know We Are Christians. . .

Today’s reading: 1 John 1-5; 2 John; 3 John; Jude; Psalm 145 Back in the gospel of John, we heard Jesus giving final instructions to the disciples as they gathered in the upper room. Then he prayed on their behalf. In both … Continue reading

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Day 96: Making It Real

Today’s reading: James 1-5; 1 Peter 1-5; 2 Peter 1-3; Psalm 144 Yesterday we were reminded that we are called to live by faith, trusting that Jesus Christ has already accomplished what is necessary to put us into right relationship with God. Today, James reminds us that … Continue reading

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