Great Day Ministry

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“Great Day” Thursday 07/18/2024

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“Great Day” Wednesday 07/17/2024

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“Great Day” Tuesday 07/16/2024

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“Great Day” Monday 07/15/2024

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“Great Day” Sunday 07/14/2024

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“Great Day” Saturday 07/13/2024

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“Great Day” Friday 07/12/2024

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“Great Day Presents” Week of 07/14/2024

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The Chapel Quotes

The main piece of revelation that God has given us to be able to know Him is through His written and preserved Word. All scripture is breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness, that the man of God my be complete and equipped for every good work. All scripture has been determined by God, not been determined by the Church or by any other human being. We believe 66 books are in the Bible. The Bible is revelation not created by the pen of man, it was breathed and inspired as God worked through human beings. It cannot be explained through human wisdom.”

“When we choose to obey God’s Word it means we are obeying Him. The Bible is relevant by showing us what is true and what is wrong. When we train regularly there is a transformation that happens, that we would not just know, but that we would also do. The most dangerous person that we can be in the lives of someone else is to know the Bible really well and for it to have no difference in our life. The Bible is nourishing to our souls, but only to the point that we apply it to our lives.

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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger

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Devotion 07/14/2024
Our Devotion: “Easing the Burden” is by Amy L. Green, a professional writing major at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, and a freelance writer for Church Libraries, Plays, Christian Communicator, The Secret Place, and Christian Book Previews.

After a heavy Midwest ice storm, the effects of the bad weather are easy to see: deep snow covered with a thin sheen of ice. Looking closer, you will notice that the frozen conditions have also affected many of the trees. It’s a common sight to see pines, aspens, and even strong oaks groaning and bending from the added weight of a coating of ice and snow.

Those who are going through a difficult time in their lives may feel like these trees: cold, weary, and bent over from a burden of sorrow or grief. Christ’s words in Matthew 11:28 offer hope: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” God does not take us out of this cold, harsh world, but He promises to be with us and help us through hard times.

Even if you are experiencing a time of blessing and prosperity, you have a responsibility to those around you who are suffering. As it says in Galatians 6:2, “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Don’t let those who have been battered by the storms of life fade into the background.

Book Review 07/17/2024
This Book Review is by Olivia Lauritzen, a professional writing major at Taylor University.

Controversy of the Ages: Why Christians Should Not Divide over the Age of the Earth 
By Theodore J. Cabal with Peter J. Rasor II 
Weaver Book Company, PB, 256 pages

Theodore Cabal tackles one of the largest issues facing Christians today – the age of the Earth – in one of the best possible ways. Drawing from his years as an educator, he presents readers with all sides of the debate, from the history of each faction up to the present-day supporters of theories that range from a “young Earth” to a “literal multi-millennial Earth” to a “yet evolving Earth.”  

He reviews websites and books and speeches and even sermons, sharing opinions, insights, and research. He shows no particular bias as he reveals these theories to his readers.  However, after all the facts and issues have been laid out, Cabal then offers his own views – not trying to shape his reader’s beliefs, but rather to give insight as to why he believes what he believes.

From the depth of his research, the logic of his thesis, and the sincerity of his presentation, he merits the time it takes to ponder deeply his rationale and conclusions.  For those readers familiar with the writing of Ken Hamm and other creationists, this book offers additional considerations and views regarding the forming of the Earth and its age.

Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)

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