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DEVOTIONALS
28-Mar-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    In this final passage we see Israel’s confession and repentance becoming the process of physically purging the evil – often the arena hardest for us in keeping in step with the Spirit. This is the last, non-negotiable step to ensure we k ...
22-Mar-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    Having committed themselves to an ordered and practical approach in dealing with the sin against which the Lord’s anger was burning, the men of Israel gave over authority to their leaders to ensure that they would be held accountable to their c ...
15-Mar-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    It is important to note that this ‘but’ from Israel, immediately following their loud cry of confession and agreement to do right, (Ez 10:12) is not a retraction or an excuse. Rather, it is a very realistic appraisal of the situation in ...
08-Mar-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    When Ezra had first become aware of Israel’s backsliding into inter-marital sin, his grieved reaction so moved those around him that “they too wept bitterly” (Ez 10:1). This led a certain Shecaniah, son of Jehiel, to confess Israel ...
01-Mar-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    If, after contemplating the first step of a renewed side-by-side walk with the Spirit – that is asking yourself if you want to ‘further add to your guilt,’ and answering no – the next step takes on a two-fold nature.The fi ...
23-Feb-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    First a question. Why was is that Jerusalem was destroyed and its people exiled to Babylon? Most simply put, because the house of Judah had set up idols in the sanctuary of the Lord and worshipped them. Or in terms of the Law, because they had tur ...
16-Feb-2004
Keeping in step with the Spirit [Wasserfall Collection]
    Why is it that the Bible promises about being free from the bondage of sin and of being no longer under its power (Rom 8:2), sometimes seem to have no power over those things that we hate to do, but continue to do, no matter what? Defeated, we event ...