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Weekly Devotional 


Bible Readings for Sept. 10 

Exodus 12:1-24 - How has the story of Passover shaped your faith? 

Psalm 149 - How has God called you to seek freedom from oppression for yourself or others through praise and through action? 

Romans13:8-14 - What does it mean to consider love a driving force rather than a warm feeling? How does this understanding change the way you act toward yourself and your neighbours?

Matthew 18: 15-20 -  When have you participated in or witnessed true reconciliation? How did you see compassion at work? 

Additional readings: Ezekiel 33:7-11; Psalm 119:33-40;

Bible Readings for Sept. 17

Exodus 14:19-31 - When has the path of faith seemed risky? How have you trusted god and others' wisdom along the way? 

Psalm 114: How do you see God's hand at work in creation? Spend some time in nature. What is God saying?

Romans 14:1-12 - When have you recognized something as more important than your being right? How  has that recognition shaped your faith? 

Matthew 18:21-35 - How do you recognize your own wounds - or those you have inflicted on others-in this parable? How might htis parable help you to repair these wounds or the relationships attached to the wounds?


Bible Readings for Sept. 24

Exodus 16: 2-15 - When have you been confident of God's love and presence? when have you been uncertain?

Psalm 105: 1-6; 37-45 - When do you smooth over the 'bumps' in the stories of your family, your church, or your faith? When is it important to recount the complaining or mistakes along the way? 

Philippians 1:21-30 - When has the 'good news to the poor' challenged you? When you feel challenged by it, how do you seek to live 'worthy of the gospel'? 

Matthew 20: 1-16 - How does Jesus' idea of equality surprise you? How might a  posture of generosity change  your concept of fairness? 

Additional Readings for Sept. 24: Jonah 3: 10-4:11; Psalm 145:1-8; 

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