Word at Work

January 25, 2017

Word at Work January 25, 2017

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 Scripture: Zachariah 12 Because Jesus is the root and fruit of David (Revelation 22:16), we need to realize that we are all of […]
January 24, 2017

Word at Work January 24, 2017

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 Scripture: Zachariah 6:9-13 Zachariah saw the crowning of the King, but he also saw something else. In verses 12-13 it says, “Then speak […]
January 23, 2017

Word at Work January 23, 2017

MONDAY, JANUARY 23 Scripture: Zachariah 1:1-6 The Word declares that the prophets are given to us as an example, so we need to look at each […]
January 22, 2017

Word at Work January 22, 2017

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22 Scripture: Haggai 2:4-5 Haggai got to encourage the different levels of society because they were building something that had an eternal impact on […]
January 21, 2017

Word at Work January 21, 2017

SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 Scripture: Haggai 1:3-6 In 538 BC, Cyrus of Persia was called by God for a specific event. Even though he did not know […]
January 20, 2017

Word at Work January 20, 2017

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 Scripture: Zephaniah 1:7-8, 14-18, 3:9 Zephaniah ministered in the days of Josiah the son of Amon king of Judah between 640 and 609 […]
January 19, 2017

Word at Work January 19, 2017

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 Scripture: Habakkuk 1:5-8, 2:8-14, Acts 13:32-43 Over and over again, Habakkuk 1 is about the devastation and destruction that was coming. He warned […]
January 18, 2017

Word at Work January 18, 2017

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18 Scripture: Acts 13:34-42 Just as soon as Paul preached the covenant of Sure Mercy, he went on to issue this warning. Verse 40-42 […]
January 17, 2017

Word at Work January 17, 2017

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17 Scripture: Habakkuk 1:5-8 Habakkuk 1:5-8 is a very important passage. It says, “Look among the nations and watch— Be utterly astounded! For I […]
January 16, 2017

Word at Work January 16, 2017

MONDAY, JANUARY 16 Scripture: Nahum 2:8-10 Nahum 2:8-10 states, “Though Nineveh of old was like a pool of water, Now they flee away. ‘Halt! Halt!’ they […]