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The Chapel Quotes
“When the Disciples looked about and thought that Jesus was the Messiah and He ended up on the cross, they scattered and assumed it wasn’t Him, but that was the plan the entire time. It was exactly what Jesus wanted to do, His disciples were stunned that He died on the cross and rose from the dead, even though He told them three times leading up to it. Jesus served as a guide to the disciples, and hopefully us, as a strengthening of our faith creating boldness in all of us to know that there is a sovereign all-knowing God out there that is orchestrating it all. When we find ourselves lost and in need of a Savior, God had a plan right away. There is no power like this, there is no love like this than the love and the power of God.”
“In the book of Leviticus, (chapter 16) God paints a picture for the nation of Israel and for us as well on how sin is to be dealt with. There are three desires; that God is the One who delivers them out of slavery, that He is the God that instructs them what is right and Holy, and that this is a God who wants to dwell with His people. God’s plan is to save people from slavery, how to follow Him and create a scenario where He can dwell in the midst of His people. The book of Leviticus, the graveyard of the Old Testament is actually the instruction manual for the nation of Israel to show us how we can become Holy and walk closely with God.”
“Atonement means when blood is shed it covers over the sin of people. Our sin is the barrier between a sinful people and an all Holy God. God is going to judge sin. So often we walk around thinking all of us in comparison to God are good and not in need of a Savior, but the Bible is very clear that no one is really good. So often when we think of good, we compare ourselves to other people, but when we compare ourselves to a Holy God, we have a problem. Jesus was our scapegoat, crowned with thorns, led out of the city, and His sacrifice gives us full access to God through a veil that was then torn. What is your response to the fact that Jesus atoned for our sin but also was the scapegoat that removed it? You don’t have to worry about it anymore because there was a substitute for you!”
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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger
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Our Devotion: “My Comfort” by Caroline Taylor of Smithville, Indiana, who studied professional writing at Taylor University.
VERSE OF THE DAY: “The Lord is good, a refuge in times of trouble. He cares for those who trust in him.” Nahum 1:7
We’ve all had one really meaningful item in our lives: something that we’ve kept hidden from the world because it’s too special ever to throw away. It might be an old teddy bear with the fur rubbed off and an eye missing, or that blankie with so many holes it looks like a golf course. Or maybe it’s something like a letter from the past or a picture that’s severely creased after being carried in your wallet for too long.
We keep these items as things to comfort us when we are feeling scared, hurt or alone. They sit by a bed in a drawer or underneath a pillow so they can always be pulled out to provide a comforting memory. But objects aren’t the only things that can comfort us. This is what and who God wants to be in our lives, something we look to as comfort and support. No matter what, he’ll always be underneath the pillow for us.
PRAYER: Dear Lord, thank you for always being here for me as my support and my rock. I love knowing I can always come to you for comfort when I need it the most. Amen.
Book Review 02/28/2024
This Book Review is by Elijah Oates, a professional writing major at Taylor University
Reset: Jesus Changes Everything
By Nick Hall
Multnomah, PB, 192 pages
Nick Hall is an evangelist geared toward the youth of today’s generation. Reset: Jesus Changes Everything is Hall’s written outreach to any hurting, broken millennials who are looking for something more to life than just video games, loud music, and parties.
Reset‘s primary theme is just that: resetting. Hall implores his readers to reset their lives by leaving behind their struggles and pains in order to set their eyes on Jesus. Hall pulls this off in a sincere, succinct, and altogether entertaining way by using anecdotes, personal illustrations, humor, and sincere examinations of serious matters.
Rather than falling into the generic, clichéd pitfalls of many evangelistic writings, Hall refreshes (or resets) the formula with modern twists on biblical stories, and quite a lot of comedy. Perhaps the most impressive of Reset‘s feats is its voice. Hall speaks directly to his target audience, the millennials, in a voice that will be immediately understood by them. There are no flowery, theological words to be found. He writes the way millennials talk.
Aside from a few chapters feeling similar in message and structure, this book is an excellent evangelical message that is approachable and enjoyable. After reading it, readers will want to pass it along to friends and relatives and neighbors. This book is clearly geared toward a 21st century audience. Kids in their early teens to young adults in their early twenties would get the most out of its message. Included at the end of each chapter are practical methods to apply each idea or lesson to everyday life.
Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)
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