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September 5 - Morning

"Who is wise? Let them realize these things.
    Who is discerning? Let them understand. 
The ways of the Lord are right; 
    the righteous walk in them,
    but the rebellious stumble in them."

Hosea 14:9

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He Who Has Ears to Hear...Let Him Realize and Let Him Understand    

Hosea’s book ends with a call to be read so that the wise can “realize these things” and the discerning can “understand” the information and instruction recorded in this prophetic book. The hearing of this book will separate the righteous from the rebellious. The power of the Word of God
is self-evident in the fact that it will call and transform the wise, the discerning and the righteous.
But, the Word of God will also allow itself to be rejected by the rebellious so that they can stumble
in darkness. These words of God judge men’s hearts and reveals their attitudes, their intentions and their motives to make the discerning wiser and those who despise truth more rebellious because:

“The word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” - Hebrews 4:12

The principles and practice of these verses are heard in the writing of Daniel as he records
the words of the angelic figure clothed in linen during his final vision:

“Many will be purified, made spotless and refined, but the wicked will continue to be wicked. None of the wicked will understand, but those who are wise will understand.”
- Daniel 12:10

Consider yourself fortunate if Jesus’ words concerning this very topic apply to you:

“He who has ears to hear, let him hear.” – Matthew 11:15; Mark 4:9; Luke 8:8

  Christian Quote from Church History

“All human discoveries seem to be made only for the purpose of confirming more and more strongly the truths contained in the Sacred Scriptures.”
– Sir William Herschel



Something to Ponder??
God’s mark on Cain could be considered the first use of a letter, writing or marking.
Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Mitsvah (Hb) - Command (Eng) - the verb form of mits'vah is tsavah and tsavah means to direct one on a journey. An ancient Hebrew nomad used the rivers, mountains, rock outcroppings, trees and fields as landmarks to guide them through the Negev and the wilderness. The mits'vah of the Bible are not "commands" in the sense that the English Bible communicates to mean rules and regulations. Insead, they are directives or landmarks that we look for to guide us. They are more than opinions or suggestions since following the landmarks correctly was a matter of life and death for the nomad. But, they are there to assist the nomad. Jerusalem is the mountain of God and is often referred to as Zion, but even the word for Zion, tsiyon, itself means "landmark."


  2 Kings 3:4-5 records the revolt of Mesha, King of Moab, against Israel and King Joram (son of Ahab, Grandson of Omri). In 1886 a four foot high stone was found in ancient Moab stating:
“I, Mesha, King of Moab, made this monument to Chemosh (god of Moab) to commemorate my deliverance from Israel. Omri, king of Israel, oppressed Moab, and his son (Ahab) after him.”
Confession to Action   Facts and Information
Do I think of God and his Word as a burden that slows me down in my pursuit of life
or as a light directing me daily through a dark world?
Today I will consider the Word of God and its directives as good thing!
  "For a man's ways are in full view of the Lord, and he examines all his paths."
Proverbs 5:21
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Morocco - divided muslim country that forbids missionary work
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A 2,00 year old Roman road in Sepphoris. Notice the wheel marks worn into the stone. It is likely that Jesus and his father, Joseph, did construction work in here in Sepphoris since it is only about a 60 minute walk (5 miles) from Nazareth. (click on image for larger size) Location of the plain, hill country, mountain range, rift valley and the plateau on the other side of the Jordan. (click on image for larger size)
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