Friday, July 13, 2007

30 Days Series Continued!

60 Day Devotional Series: Numbers In The Bible

Obviously if you have been following this series so far, you will have realized that we have gone over our intended thirty days for this series of Numbers In The Bible. It has been such a blessing to both Kate and I that we have decided to do another 30 days.

Are there any particular numbers/passages you are interested in digging deeper into? What study in this series has been the most blessing to you? How has it strengthened your walk with the Lord? Studying out these various passages and themes has drawn me closer to the Lord, brought conviction in some areas that I needed to work on, left some lasting impressions, and simply given me much food for thought and even more precious promises to cling to. I hope it has done the same for you. Please feel free to leave your input - as that is always an encouragement to both of us.

While some devotionals in this series have been long enough to call indepth studies - I still believe they are "devotionals", because they have certainly strengthened my devotion to the Lord, and have been a source of spiritual strength to others. The studies that have helped me the most have been the four dealing with Paul's Final Exhortation To Timothy, and now these two dealing with Jesus' I Am Statements - it is always a blessing to learn more about our Saviour and how He is working through His servants. Next to those, I would have to say Kate's devotionals on The Nine Cares Of A Shepherd, Bless The Lord, and Eight Ways The Lord Gets Personal are my favourites. It is hard to choose... The Fourfold Picture Of Water From The Rock and Grace To Fret Not both came out of personal experiences - a dry period and a struggle with fretting in my own life. Praise the Lord for the victory He gives!

So which devotionals were a blessing to you? Enquiring minds want to know. ;)

1 comment:

Julie's Jewels said...

I'm back!! Um....you want me to choose just one? Well....that would be impossible. I've thoroughly enjoyed each one and have been challenged by some and convicted by most. Y'all have put alot of time and study and prayer into these studies and I'm thankful for that. Y'all are a blessing to me and I want to tell you I love you both in the Lord. I look forward to whatever the Lord has you to do next.

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