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January 13 - 17


Monday:
It hardly matters how the body of Jesus came to be missing because in the last analysis what convinced the people that he had risen from the dead was not the absence of his corpse but his living presence. And so it has been ever since.
~ Frederick Buechner

Tuesday:
God puts so much value on you, you need not to care about opinion, thoughts and words of others.
~ Anton Sears

Wednesday:
There was both unity and diversity in the Trinity, the first cause of all life, and until we find that communion with God, we can have no real unity within ourselves or with our fellow human beings.
~ Ravi Zacharias

Thursday:
Temptation is a test of your relationship, not your self-control.
~ Chris Hodges

Friday:
Life is wasted if we do not grasp the glory of the cross, cherish it for the treasure that it is, and cleave to it as the highest price of every pleasure and the deepest comfort in every pain. What was once foolishness to us — a crucified God — must become our wisdom and our power and our only boast in this world.
~ John Piper

January 20 - 24


Monday:
The local church is espoused to Christ, but there is always the danger of that love growing cold. Like Martha, we can be so busy working for Christ that we have no time to love Him. Christ is more concerned about what we do with Him than for Him. Labor is no substitute for love.
~ Warren Wiersbe

Tuesday:
While the Christian message is increasingly becoming less acceptable and fashionable in society, we must be always living according to Scripture and prepared to be apologists for Jesus Christ in all aspects of our lives.
~ Jonathan Falwell

Wednesday:
Christianity removes the attraction of the earth; and this is one way in which it diminishes men’s burden. It makes them citizens of another world.
~ Henry Drummond

Thursday:
Nothing breaks down barriers and preconceived ideas about ’Christians and Christianity’ more than when we treat people the way Jesus treated His enemies.
~ Chip Ingram

Friday:
We are called to see that the Church does not adapt its thinking to the horizons that modernity prescribes for it but rather that it brings to those horizons the powerful antidote of God’s truth.
~ David Wells