Word at Work

December 20, 2013

Word at Work December 20, 2013

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20 Scripture: Mark 10:44 When Jesus said, “And whoever of you desires to be first shall be slave of all,” He made clear precisely […]
December 19, 2013

Word at Work December 19, 2013

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 Scripture: Mark 10:43 In Mark 10:43, Jesus drew a definite comparison between how the world operates and how His leaders in the church […]
December 18, 2013

Word at Work December 18, 2013

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18 Scripture: Revelation 2:1,2 In Revelation 2:1,2 we are told, “These things says He who holds the seven stars in His right hand, who […]
December 17, 2013

Word at Work December 17, 2013

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 Scripture: Mark 10:44,45 In verses 44,45 Jesus once again emphasized the truth of choosing the biblical pathway of servanthood in order to build […]
December 16, 2013

Word at Work December 16, 2013

MONDAY, DECEMBER 16 Scripture: Mark 10:43 In verse 43, Jesus made it very clear that there was a complete distinction between the operation of the world […]
December 16, 2013

Word at Work December 16, 2013

MONDAY, DECEMBER 16 Scripture: Mark 10:43 In verse 43, Jesus made it very clear that there was a complete distinction between the operation of the world […]
December 15, 2013

Word at Work December 15, 2013

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15 Scripture: Mark 10:42 Mark 10:42 says, “But Jesus called them to Himself and said to them, ‘You know that those who are considered […]
December 14, 2013

Word at Work December 14, 2013

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 Scripture: Mark 10:41 James and John’s desire for the two best places in the Kingdom made a clear impact on the other ten […]
December 13, 2013

Word at Work December 13, 2013

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 Scripture: Mark 10:40 Mark 10:40 has to be one of the toughest passages in the New Testament where Jesus was dealing with the […]
December 12, 2013

Word at Work December 12, 2013

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12 Scripture: Mark 10:39 James and John replied to Jesus’ question, “We are able.” Jesus’ question was, ‘Can you drink the cup and be […]