Word at Work

November 25, 2013

Word at Work November 25, 2013

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25 Scripture: 2 Samuel 16:23 2 Samuel 16:23 gives us a glimpse of why David had to pray the way he did. Verse 23 […]
November 24, 2013

Word at Work November 24, 2013

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Scripture: Psalm 143:10-12 Psalm 143 was written when David was on his way out of Jerusalem after it had been taken by Absalom. […]
November 23, 2013

Word at Work November 23, 2013

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Scripture: Psalm 15:1-4 Psalm 15:1-4 makes it clear what the qualifications are to walk with God in the judicial in the last days. […]
November 22, 2013

Word at Work November 22, 2013

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Scripture: Exodus 1:22, Exodus 4:29,30 In Exodus 1:22, Pharaoh commanded all the people saying that every son of Israel who was born must […]
November 21, 2013

Word at Work November 21, 2013

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Scripture: Genesis 26:1-3 God also has a positive side of His judicial covenant. Abraham, when he faced great adversity and famine, had gone […]
November 20, 2013

Word at Work November 20, 2013

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Scripture: Genesis 20:17 Abraham had a responsibility once the sin was acknowledged. That responsibility was to pray that God would heal Abimelech. In […]
November 19, 2013

Word at Work November 19, 2013

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Scripture: Genesis 20:6-7 One more time Sarah ends up in another king’s house or harem. Once again I am sure that both Abraham […]
November 18, 2013

Word at Work November 18, 2013

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 Scripture: Genesis 12:14-18 Both the New Testament and the Old are replete with examples of God’s judicial standard and how it operates when […]
November 17, 2013

Giants

Download the Worksheet on the Giants. IMPORTANT: you have 3 different choices – OPEN IT – just click on the above Icon! OR…. SAVE IT – […]
November 17, 2013

Word at Work November 17, 2013

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17 Scripture: Isaiah 54:17, Romans 12:3 The Hebrew word translated condemn is raw-shah. The dictionary of Biblical languages with semantic domains defines condemn as […]