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“Great Day” Wednesday 12/06/2023*
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“Great Day Presents” Week of 12/03/2023
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The Chapel Quotes
“A big part of the Gospel is that it provides peace for all of us. We are a sinful people in need of a Savior, with a debt we cannot pay, but God sent His Son, Jesus to die for us. Salvation is now available, and the moment we enter into that we get plugged in to incredible power.”
“Death is an awful thing, but it is also a gift from God. Those who believe in Jesus have a different view of death. The moment we die we are made alive through our faith in Jesus Christ. One of the most important parts of the Gospel is the reality that God can and will do the impossible because He is all powerful. God will do the impossible for all that He has promised. Because we are plugged in to Jesus we have power over sin and death. The same power that rose Jesus from the grave will raise us from the dead. A Good, powerful gift-giving God, not only can, but if it doesn’t happen in the lifetime, He will.”
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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger
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Our Devotion: “Our North Star” is by Ruth Anne Burrell, a professional writing major at Taylor University and freelance writer for Church Libraries, Christian Book Previews, Christian Communicator, and Seg-Way News.
When slavery was legal in the United States, runaway slaves would use the North Star to guide themselves to freedom. Unlike other stars in the sky, the North Star never moves. Its spot in the night sky is fixed, and because of this, it serves as a steady directional point. When slaves kept their eyes on the North Star, they were sure to find the path to freedom.
In this treacherous life, we need a North Star to follow—a fixed point that will never move. Hebrews 13:8 says, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” In Christ we find a bright star to light our nights, as well as a firm, unmoving source of direction for our journeys through life. If we focus on Him, He will give us guidance and lead us down the path to freedom.
Book Review 12/06/2023
This Book Review is by Rebekah R. Blomenberg, an interviewer and reviewer for Church Libraries. She writes frequently for Christian Book Previews.
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS’ CHRISTMAS TREE
By Jan Berenstain with Mike Berenstain
Zonderkidz, 978-0-310-71940-3, PB, 60 pages, $12.99
It’s Christmas Eve in Bear Country, and the Berenstain Bears have no Christmas tree! Papa Bear takes Brother and Sister out to find the perfect tree. After nearly chopping down a few trees that serve as homes for various animals, Papa gets a surprise that will change his attitude about Christmas. He learns to respect life, love, and family.
The Berenstain Bears have been a beloved part of American culture since 1962, when their first book came out. These days, the books are done in rhyme and they feature verses of Scripture to set up the theme and message of the book. Regrettably, God is only mentioned a few times, for the book’s focus is less on a Christmas attitude that reflects Christ than it is on a similar lesson that Dr. Seuss’s Grinch learned about sharing and equality in his famous story. Still, the artwork is colorful, the sentences are easy enough for beginning readers to follow, and the message is uplifting.
Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)
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