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  • “Look for Goodness Today”
    “Look for Goodness Today” Saturday, September 20: “Look for Goodness Today” Psalm 27: 13: “I am still confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.” David was confident, not just of God’s goodness to Him in Heaven, but while he was still on this earth.…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 18, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 70, 71 1st Reading Job 28: 1-28 2nd Reading Acts 16:25-40 Gospel Reading John 12:27-36a This morning, the gospel speaks about the direction that Christ knew He was to take. He knew where He was going. Christ displayed the wisdom that is so opposed to what people…
  • “Slanted History”
    “Slanted History” Friday, September 19: “Slanted History” Acts 17: 11: “Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians.” We do not know if Paul shared the sentiments of St. Luke. After all, we never hear of the Bereans again, while St. Paul wrote two complimentary letters to the Church…
  • “Who Gets Your Glory?”
    “Who Gets Your Glory?” Thursday, September 18: “Who Gets Your Glory?” John 12: 28-31: “A voice came from Heaven, `I have glorified (My Name), and will glorify it again.’ ... Jesus said, `This voice was for your benefit, not Mine. Now is the time for judgment on this world; now the prince of this…
  • Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 17, 2014)
    Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 17, 2014) Psalm Reading Psalm 72 1st Reading Job 42:1-17 2nd Reading Acts 16:16-24 Gospel Reading John 12:20-26 This morning, Jesus tells us what reproduction or multiplication is, in God’s eyes. Verses 24 and 25 of the gospel say that, “Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it…
  • Reflection of Fr. Roberto Jorvina on the reading of Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 16, 2014)
    Reflection of Fr. Roberto Jorvina on the reading of Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 16, 2014) Psalm Reading Psalm 61, 62 1st Reading Job 40: 1; 41:1-11 2nd Reading Acts 16:6-15 Gospel Reading John 12:9-19 A few days ago, we were celebrating epiphany and now we are celebrating Palm Sunday. It kind of warps our mentality if we follow the gospels. But we all realize that…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 15, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 56, 57, 58 1st Reading Job 40: 1-24 2nd Reading Acts 15: 36-16:5 Gospel Reading John 11: 55-12:8 God is a God of second chances. We see it in a lot of scriptures. There are plenty of people in the scripture readings today who got second chances…
  • Reflection of Fr. Roberto Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 12, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 40, 54 1st Reading Job 29:1, 31:24-40 2nd Reading Acts 15:12-21 Gospel Reading John 11:30-44 I believe the words of the Psalmist this morning are also words each of us have as a testimony in our own lives. We were once in the pit of destruction; in…
  • Reflection of Bp. Ariel Santos on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 11, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 50 1st Reading Job 29: 1, 31: 1-23 2nd Reading Acts 15: 1-11 Gospel Reading John 11: 17-29 I remember hearing a preacher many years ago, sharing his concern for our souls to be taken cared of after death. That is the main concern. For some reason,…
  • “Forgive Muna, Tapos Blessing”
    Wednesday, September 17, 2014, “Forgive Muna, Tapos Blessing” Job 42: 10: “After Job had prayed for His friends, the Lord made him prosperous again.“ It’s not like these friends did Job any favors. They basically accused him of deserving all the Lord brought his way. But even in their foolishness…
  • “No Holy Spirit ID, No Entry”
    Tuesday, September 16: “No Holy Spirit ID, No Entry” Acts 16: 7: “When they came to the border of Mysia, they tried to enter Bithynia, but the Spirit of Jesus did not allow them to.” When the Spirit directs us, He not only shows us where to go, He sometimes…
  • Chanel #1
    Monday, September 15: “Chanel #1” John 12: 3: “Mary took about a pint of pure nard, an expensive perfume; she poured it on Jesus feet and wiped her feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume.“ Some things don’t change much over the…
  • “Typhoon Elihu”
    Saturday, September 13: “Typhoon Elihu” Job 38: 1-2: “Then the Lord answered Job out of the storm. He said, `Who is this who darkens My counsel with words without knowledge?’” When God spoke this, Job had not uttered a sound for six chapters. It was the long-winded, arrogant Elihu who…
  • Jesus’ Remodeling, Inc. - September 12, 2014
    Friday, September 12: “Jesus’ Remodeling, Inc.” Acts 15: 16: “After this I will return and rebuild David’s fallen tent. Its ruins I will rebuild, and I will restore it.” Why David’s ragged tent, and not Solomon’s magnificent temple? By the time David brought Moses’ tent of meeting to Jerusalem it…
  • Reflection of Fr. Leo Yanguas on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 9, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 45 1st Reading Job 29: 1-20 2nd Reading Acts 14: 1-18 Gospel Reading John 10: 31-42 Today’s scripture readings remind us about the honor and dignity that God has bestowed upon us. They are very consistent as they retell to us repeatedly that we are gods. In…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 10, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 119: 49-72 1st Reading Job 29: 1; 30: 1-2, 16-31 2nd Reading Acts 14: 19-28 Gospel Reading John 11: 1-16 We have life in Christ; everlasting life. That is why Jesus said, "In Me you live and you live forever; even if you die, you live." We…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 28, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 25 1st Reading Job 12:1-6; 13-25 2nd Reading Acts 11:19-30 Gospel Reading John 8:21-32 The life of Christ is the best example we will ever have. One of the things that He showed us in His walk here on earth is His closeness with the Father. In…
  • Reflection of Fr. Roberto Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 5, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 31 1st Reading Job 19: 1-7, 14-27 2nd Reading Acts 13: 13-25 Gospel Reading John 9: 18-41 In today’s Gospel reading, when the Jews said Jesus was a sinner, the blind man responded, "Whether he is a sinner, I do not know; one thing I know, that…
  • "Full Tank"
    Thursday, September 11: “Full Tank” Psalm 50: 9-13: “I have no need of a bull from your stall or of goats from your pens, for every animal from the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills. I know every bird of the mountains, and the creatures of…
  • Reflection of Fr. Leo Yanguas on the reading of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 1, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 25 First Reading Job 12:1-6; 13-25 Second Reading Acts 11: 19-30 Gospel Reading John 8: 21-32 Again, we look at how Job glorifies his God because of His greatness. Job 12:19 says, “He makes priests walk barefoot..." The word "barefoot" in the center reference of my bible…
  • Careful of the Night Shift
    Wednesday, September 10: “Careful of the Night Shift!” John 11: 9-10: “A man who walks by day will not stumble, for he sees by this world’s light. It is when he walks by night that he stumbles, for he has no light.” God’s Word is, of course, our light. (Psalm…
  • Act of Love
    Tuesday, September 9: “Act of Love” John 10: 37-38: “Do not believe Me unless I do what My Father does. But if I do it, even though you do not believe Me, believe the miracles.” In v. 31 Jesus mentioned “many miracles,” plural noun. But here He says, “What My…
  • Reason for Celebration
    Monday, September 8: “Reason for Celebration?” Acts 13: 50-52: “They stirred up persecution against Paul and Barnabas, and expelled them from their region. So they … went to Iconium. And the disciples were filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit.” I don’t think they were joyful that Paul and…
  • Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 4, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 37: 1-18 1st Reading Job 16:16-22, 17:1, 13-16 2nd Reading Acts 13:1-12 Gospel Reading John 9:1-17 The man in the gospel was said to be blind since birth - one of the depressing physical handicaps for anyone who never sees the sunset, never sees the faces of…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (September 2, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 26, 28 1st Reading Job 12:1, 13:3-17 2nd Reading Acts 12:1-17 Gospel Reading John 8: 33-47 "I don't Care". These are the words that mark the present generation. It just reflects the society around us. There are songs that say it. There are slogan that say it.…
  • Reflection of Fr. Leo Yanguas on the Readings of the Daily Office (August 29, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 16, 17 1st Reading Job 9:1-15; 32-35 2nd Reading Acts 10:34-48 Gospel Reading John 7: 37-52 Job has been an inspiration to many people because of the situation he faced and yet in our readings, he declared and recognized God's greatness in the midst of his situation…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 27, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 119: 1-24 First Reading Job 6:1; 7:1-21 Second Reading Acts 10:1-16 Gospel Reading John 7:1-13 The story of Job is like a story of the sufferings of righteous people. We see one spot of Job that comes through very consistently. In Job 7:20-21, Job said, "...Why have…
  • “No Road Too Long …”
    Wednesday, August 27: “No Road Too Long …” Acts 10: 1-24: “At Caesarea there was a man named Cornelius ... At three in the afternoon he had a vision ... He sent men to Joppa ... At noon the following day Peter had a vision ... The next day Peter…
  • Reflection of Bp. Ariel Santos on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 26, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 5, 6 First Reading Job 6:1-4; 8-15; 21 Second Reading Acts 9: 32-43 Gospel Reading John 6:60-71 These were the words of Peter: Lord, to whom shall we go? You have words of eternal life. There is a purpose why Jesus spoke words of eternal life to…
  • “God or the Mountain?”
    Tuesday, August 26: “God or the Mountain?” Psalm 11: 1: “In the Lord I take refuge. How then can you say to me, `Flee like a bird to your mountain?’” Even when being chased by King Saul, David was not fleeing to his mountain. (kingdom) He was not running away…
  • Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 25, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 1, 2, 3 First Reading Job 4:1-5:1-11, 17-21, 26-27 Second Reading Acts 9:19b-31 Gospel Reading John 6:52-59 The Season in Ordinary Time gives us the providence to make visible the gifts that were given to us and make the world to see the greatness of the God…
  • “Jesus, the Reason for … Everything”
    Monday, August 25: “Jesus, the Reason for … Everything” John 6: 57: “Just as the living Father sent Me and I live because of the Father, so the one who feeds on Me will live because of Me.” We live because of Christ when we feed on Him. This is…
  • "Not Mere Pandesal"
    Saturday, August 23: “Not Mere Pandesal” John 6: 49-51: “Your fathers ate the manna in the desert, yet they died. But here is the bread that comes down from Heaven, which a man may eat and not die. I am the living bread that came down from Heaven. If anyone…
  • Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 22, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 140, 142 First Reading Job 2:1-13 Second Reading Acts 9:1-9 Gospel Reading John 6:27-40 Season in Ordinary Time aids us to assess ourselves on our walk with God and the Word of God helps us greatly to turn back from our ways and return to God. The…
  • “What?! Are You Hungry Again!?”
    Friday, August 22: “What?! Are You Hungry Again!?” John 6: 35: “He who comes to Me will never go hungry, and he who believes in Me will never be thirsty.” Either Jesus meant this, or He didn’t. It irritates me when Christians come to Church and sing songs and pray…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 21, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 131-133 First Reading Job 1:1-22 Second Reading Acts 8:26-40 Gospel Reading John 6: 16-27 There is such richness that can be gleaned from the familiar Scriptures today. We are familiar with the story of Job, the confrontation of God with the sons of God and with Satan…
  • “How to Be Blameless and Upright, Page 1”
    Thursday, August 21: “How to Be Blameless and Upright, Page 1” Job 1: 1, 8: “This man was blameless and upright; he feared God and shunned evil ... the Lord said, `He is blameless and upright; a man who fears God and shuns evil.’“ Two witnesses, one from the mouth…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 20, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 119: 145-176 First Reading Judges 18: 16-31 Second Reading Acts 8:14-25 Gospel Reading John 6:1-15 The Gospel account on the five thousand that was fed with only a lad's five barley loaves of bread and two fish is one of the most significant points in Jesus' teaching…
  • “Know Your Role! (With apologies to Dwayne Johnson)”
    Wednesday, August 20: “Know Your Role! (With apologies to Dwayne Johnson)” Acts 8: 14: “When the apostles in Jerusalem heard that Samaria had accepted the Word of God, they sent Peter and John to them.” Wasn’t Philip anointed? Yes he was, as a deacon. Philip’s authority and calling were as…
  • Reflection of Bp. Ariel Santos on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 19, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 120-123 First Reading Judges 18:1-15 Second Reading Acts 8: 1-13 Gospel Reading John 5:30-47 Jesus said to the Jews, to those who are church-goers, to those who are baptized members of the chosen people of God, and to those who read their Bibles, "You search the Scriptures…
  • Trust Issues
    Tuesday, August 19: “Trust Issues” Psalm 125: 1 : “Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.“ What made Mount Zion so special? One thing: the presence of God. As the song says, “There’s not one thing that can’t be changed…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 18, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 106:1-18 First Reading Judges 17:1-13 Second Reading Acts 7:44-8:1a Gospel Reading John 5:19-29 Here's a very shocking and profound contrast in the Scriptures today concerning different approaches towards man’s relationship with God. The period of the story from Judges, in the land of Ephraim during the early…
  • “God’s Crib”
    Monday, August 18: “God’s Crib” Acts 7: 48: “However, the Most High does not live in houses made by men. As the prophet says, `Heaven is My throne, and the earth is My footstool. What kind of house will you build for Me?’” Stephen was accused of advocating the destruction…
  • “Stephen for the Defense”
    Saturday, August 16: “Stephen for the Defense” Acts 7: 35, 39, 43: “This is the same Moses whom they had rejected ... Our fathers refused to obey him ... You have lifted up the shrine of Molech and the star of your god Rephan.“ The elders, teachers, and Sanhedrin itself…
  • Reflection of Fr. Roberto Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 15, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 102 1st Reading Judges 14:20-15:20 2nd Reading Acts 7:17-29 Gospel Reading John 4:43-54 I pray that I will be able to articulate what has been churning in my heart when I was reading the Scriptures for today. The church is not a human institution. It is bigger…
  • "No Support"
    Friday, August 15: “No Support” Judges 15: 11-12: “Men from Judah said to Samson, `Don’t you realize that the Philistines are rulers over us? We’ve come to tie you up and hand you over to them.’” Every Sunday School child will tell you that Samson was brought down by his…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 14, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 105:1-22 Old Testament Reading Judges 14:1-19 New Testament Reading Acts 7: 17-29 Gospel Reading John 4: 43-54 In this portion of scripture, Jesus said, "My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me and to accomplish His work." This, I believe, is a very…
  • "Let's Start at the Beginning...(With Apologies to Julie Andrews)"
    Thursday, August 14: “Let’s Start at the Beginning … (With apologies to Julie Andrews)” Acts 7: 8: “God gave Abraham the Covenant of circumcision.” The charge against Stephen was similar to that against Jesus: claiming that Jesus would destroy the temple and change Moses’ customs. (Acts 6: 13-14, Matthew 26:…
  • Reflection of Fr. Leo Yanguas on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 13, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 101, 109 1st Reading Judges 13: 15-24 2nd Reading Acts 6: 1-15 Gospel Reading John 4: 1-26 This morning's readings challenge us as far as our faith and our openness to God's dealings to us on a daily basis is concerned. In the book of Judges chapter…
  • "Theo Who?"
    Wednesday, August 13: “Theo Who?” Judges 13: 6b, 19b-22 : “`A man of God came to me. He looked like an angel of God’ ... The Lord did an amazing thing: the angel of the Lord ascended in the flame ... Manoah realized it was the angel of the Lord.…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 12, 2014)
    Psalm Reading Psalm 97, 99, 100 1st Reading Judges 13: 1-14 2nd Reading Acts 5:27-42 Gospel Reading John 3: 22-36 Trust and mind your own business. That's my two-fold advice. We can see here clearly in each of the readings today. Sometimes we get so anxious about things we see…
  • "Worship With Sadness?"
    Tuesday, August 12: “Worship With Sadness?” Psalm 100: 1-2: “Worship the Lord with gladness; come before Him with joyful songs.” If we worship Him with sadness, it is not really worship. True worship is glad and joyful. Yes, there may be sad things in our lives, but a true worshipper…
  • Reflection of Fr. . Ben Mandocdoc on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 11, 2014)
    It's time to praise God and give glory to His Name. Nowadays, I can feel and see what everyone is going through. But God gives us wisdom and direction on how to overcome any situation in life. The Lord, in the message of the Transfiguration last Wednesday, reminds us about…
  • Condemnation Selfie
    Monday, August 11: “Condemnation Selfie” John 3: 18: “Whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the Name of God’s only begotten Son.” If you do not believe in the Name of God’s only Son - in other words, His Nature and Character - there…
  • Which Temple is Your Refuge?
    Saturday, August 9: “Which Temple is Your Refuge?” Judges 9: 46-49: “The citizens of Shechem went into the stronghold of the temple of El-Berith ... about a thousand men and women died.” The temple of El-Berith was not a place to worship Jehovah God. In 8: 39 it says the…
  • Reflection of Dcn. Ruben Sevial on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer (August 8, 2014)
    This morning, the Gospel talks about the first miracle in Cana of Galilee. The word miracle means a supernatural event. For us, we think of miracles as an amazingly unusual event. We fail to notice the daily miracles that take place in our lives; every morning we wake up safe;…
  • People Power or Prayer Power?
    Friday, August 8: “People Power or Prayer Power?” Acts 4: 24: “Peter and John reported all that the chief priests and elders had said to them. When they heard this, they raised their voices in prayer to God.“ They did not stage a protest rally. They did not encourage a…
  • Reflection of Fr. Leo Yanguas on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    Our society today is filled with pretenses, walls, defensive mechanisms. We suffer many times and are taken advantage of resulting to discouragement and hurt. In today’s Gospel reading of John 1:43-51 we see our Lord speak of Nathaniel as “an Israelite, in whom there is no deceit." Nathaniel is a…
  • Trusted God
    Thursday, August 7: “Trusted God” Psalm 86: 2: “Guard my life, for I am devoted to You. You are my God; save Your servant who trusts in you.” This prayer of David illustrates the same point. Our devotion and our trust are reserved for God alone. Even when He allows…
  • Reflection of Fr. Gary Thurman on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    Today we celebrate the Feast of Transfiguration. Maybe the first question in our mind after having just read the readings for Daily Office is what do these scriptures have to do with Transfiguration. Where is Elijah? Where are Peter, James and John? Where is the glowing Jesus? Where are they…
  • Blinded by the Dark
    Wednesday, August 6: “Blinded by the Dark” 2 Corinthians 4: 4: “In whose case the god of this world has blinded the eyes of the unbelieving, that they might not see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, Who is the image of God.” Many credit this…
  • Prayer Time
    Tuesday, August 5: “Prayer Time” Acts 3: 1: “Peter and John were going up to the temple at the time of prayer - at three in the afternoon.“ We are all aware that at 3: 00 pm in the Philippines, many radio and TV stations will lead the nation in…
  • Reflection of Bp. Ariel Santos on the readings of Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    Just as John, the Baptist, proclaimed "I am not the Christ" in the Gospels, we, too, are not the "Christ". Our role is to point others to the Christ. We are icons which merely reflect the true and original source. We are being sent out to the wilderness that needs…
  • Reflection of Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    John 1:14-17 of this morning's gospel tells us about Christ's truth,Christ glory and His grace. Although truth is mentioned here,the emphasis is in the word "grace".Verse 14: says "And from His fullness, we have all received, grace upon grace". Christ being born of the flesh is clearly designed by God…
  • How to be a Receiver
    Monday, August 4: “How to be a Receiver” John 1: 12: “To all who received Him, to those who believed in His Name ...” If we receive Jesus, we will believe in His Name. When asked later, “What are the works of God?” Jesus said, “Just believe in the One…
  • Reflection of Bp. Ariel Santos on the readings of Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    In today’s Gospel reading, our Lord said “Do not be afraid!” twice in this few verses. St. John Paul said the same thing in this book as he encouraged this new generation, "Do not be afraid! Instead of being afraid, instead of fearing something which is not of God, we…
  • Reflection of Fr. Dino Jorvina on the readings of the Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    The scripture today gives us a picture of what the whole plan of salvation is all about. The Old Testament contains many writings of the prophets foretelling this very moment revealing to us even if the darkness seems to be so dark, there is always hope. After the fall of…
  • Reflection by Fr. Patrick Gatan on the readings for the Daily Office of Morning Prayer
    July 30, 2014 - Daily Office of Morning Prayer Scriptures: Psalm 72; Judges 3:12-30; Acts 1:1-14; Matthew 27:45-54 Most of the studies about Christ's suffering lay great stories upon the human side of His pains - the shame, the spitting, the scourging and all of the physical anguish that He…
  • “Don’t Leave Out the Resurrection!”
    Thursday, July 31: “Don’t Leave Out the Resurrection!” Acts 1: 22: “It is therefore necessary that of the men who have accompanied us ... one of these should become a witness with us of His resurrection.” To become a witness of the resurrection. That was the calling of Matthias, and…
  • “Give It Back!”
    Wednesday, July 30: “Give It Back!” Judges 3: 20-21: “Ehud approached him and said, `I have a message from God for you.’ ... Ehud drew the sword and plunged it into the king’s belly.” Eglon had re-captured Jericho from Israel, their very first conquest in Canaan and the sign of…
  • “What’s the Charge?”
    Tuesday, July 29: “What’s the Charge?” Matthew 27: 37: “Above His head they placed the written charge against Him, `This Is Jesus, the King of the Jews.’” Even though the chief priests protested against this charge, (John 19: 19-22) Pilate had it placed atop the cross - in three languages!…
  • “My Only Sign Is the Sign of the Cross”
    Saturday, July 26: “My Only Sign Is the Sign of the Cross” Joshua 23: 7: “Do not associate with these nations that remain among you; do not invoke the names of their gods or swear by them. You must not serve them or bow down to them.” God never called…
  • “The Rock that Doesn’t Roll”
    Wednesday, January 8: “The Rock that Doesn’t Roll” Exodus 17: 6: “I will stand before you by the rock at Horeb. Strike the rock, and water will come out of it.” This was not the first time Horeb figured in the biblical account. It was here that the Lord appeared…