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New Challenge starting September 15

Dear FPC family and friends,             It is hard to believe that we are so close to finishing the entire Scripture together.  We started with the Gospels and since then have made our way through the entire New Testament and … Continue reading

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July 26, 2019: Day 90 – Haggai 2

We find ourselves with the Lord speaking directly to the leaders of the people, Zerubbabel who was the governor of Judah, and Joshua who was the high priest.  They were basically the two most influential and important people in the … Continue reading

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July 25, 2019: Day 89 – Haggai 1

The word Hag in Hebrew means festival and so maybe the author and the one depicted in this book of the Bible was someone who either was born on a festival day…, or just liked to party.  When we read … Continue reading

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July 24, 2019: Day 88 – Habakkuk 3

This final chapter is more of a song and it is designed to be used in a house of worship.  You can see that from the very beginning to its intermediary Selah stances after vs.3, 9, and 13 that this … Continue reading

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July 23, 2019: Day 87 – Habakkuk 2

So the prophet asked God a question in chapter 1, where are you when things are really going bad, and now we find in chapter 2 that he is waiting for an answer.  The depiction we get is that of … Continue reading

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July 22, 2019: Day 86 – Habakkuk 1

The question the author of Habakkuk poses to God is: “Where are you when bad things are happening?”  It is a question that I’m guessing most of us have asked at one time or another in our life.  As Israel … Continue reading

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July 21, 2019: Day 85 – Nahum 3

It seems like Nineveh is getting what it deserved, at least this is what was mentioned in vs.19 as the rhetorical question posed is: “who has ever escaped your cruelty?”  With that question comes the statement that we can assume, … Continue reading

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July 20, 2019: Day 84 – Nahum 2

This chapter depicts  the destruction of Nineveh, as it is described in vs.8 like “a pool whose waters run away.”  The kiss of death is seen in vs.13 as  we read about the Lord of hosts who says that they … Continue reading

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July 19, 2019: Day 83 – Nahum 1

Do you remember Jonah who was given a mission to proclaim Good News to the Ninevites, even while God said that they would perish because they were wicked?  Do you remember how they repented and turned to God and God … Continue reading

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