A Name and A Destiny

Faed, Thomas, 1825/1826-1900; The Last of the Clan
The Last of the Clan, Thomas Faed, 1865. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow. (Photo: Glasgow Museums) 

Identity may be the most important aspect of our humanity, both as individuals and as people. That must be why our adversary takes so much effort to rob us of our identity. However, even if we don’t know who we are, our Redeeming God makes a way for us to know who we can become.

Genesis 12:1-17:27; Isaiah 40:27-41:16; Matthew 3:7-9; John 8:39; Romans 4:3; Galatians 3:6; James 2:22-24

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Music: “How Deep the Father’s Love,” Celtic Worship, Morningtide, Integrity Music 2021.

So Many Chickens

Dawn at the Alamo (1905), Henry McArdle, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Choosing life rather than death sounds simple enough. Who would have a problem making such an obvious choice? But is it really that simple when the choice we make concerns the intrinsic value of another human being – especially when that person is someone whose value may be questionable in our eyes?

Proverbs 14:28; John 8:42-44; James 1:26-2:13

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Music: “Yellow Rose of Texas,” Mantovani and His Orchestra, Mantovani Magic, Columbia River Entertainment, 2000.

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