Day 30, April 4

by: Michael Benson

During a contest on Mount Carmel, where the prophet Elijah went up against 450 prophets of Baal to see whose God would answer…

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Day 29, April 3

by: Michael Benson

It’s quite easy to fall into the trap of thinking that since Jesus is fully God and fully man that any difficulties He came across fell squarely…

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Day 28, April 2

by: Michael Benson

In The Year of Living Biblically, A. J. Jacobs, a self-professed agnostic, details his efforts following “every rule, every guideline, every suggestion…

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Day 27, April 1

by: Michael Benson

Jesus thirsted. He hungered; He got tired; I imagine He occasionally hit his funny bone. Too often we are so focused on our understanding of Jesus…

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Day 26, March 31—Sabbath

by: Michael Benson

Each Sunday during Lent, give yourself permission to reflect on all God has been speaking to you through His Word over the prior week.

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Day 25, March 30

by: Michael Benson

When someone tells you, “You’re perfect just the way you are,” your reaction isn’t generally to disagree with their assessment.

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Day 24, March 29

by: Michael Benson

The law as laid out in Leviticus states that this woman would be ceremoniously unclean until the bleeding stops, which means she could not touch anyone…

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Day 23, March 28

by: Michael Benson

There was a lot of creative adaptation that took place among everyday life during the Great Depression. When women noticed that the cotton sacks…

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