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A Little Walk With God

A daily devotional through the Bible narrated as if walking through the garden east of Eden with God. Scriptures come from a daily reading plan that take you through the Bible in one year, generally coming from The Voice. Our website is http://alittlewalkwithgod.com or http://richardagee.com
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Richard

Jan 27, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Too often leaders in churches feel it is an imposition to ask others to do things he or she can do. The problem with that philosophy is that the leader takes on more tasks that he should and doesn't do as well on any of them as he could. I give each person gifts to carry out the whole work of my church so that when everyone does their part with the specific gifts I have given them, all the work is accomplished and the burdens on each one is never more than each can handle. Never take anothers' blessing by doing things they should and could be doing.

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 18:13-27

<strong>Set</strong> -Exodus 18; Acts 3

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 17-20; Acts 3

Jan 26, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Everyone remembers the miraculous signs of Pentecost, the sounds of a mighty wind, the flames of fire, and the message heard in each person's native tongue. few think about the rest of the story and the true importance of that day, though. It was the beginning of a new spirit within people. An intense sense of togetherness pervaded the crowd. Believers shared what they had to meet the needs of all the people around them. They had the goodwill of all the people of the city because of their genuine love for others. It was so much more than the special effects of the wind and fire.

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Acts 2:1-21; 43-47

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 15; Acts 2

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 14-16; Acts 2

Jan 25, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

While much symbolism in the Passover is attached to the time, the food, the connection to the Lord's Supper and many others, but there are three things sometimes overlooked in the Passover that is important both then and now. The Passover involved a sense of readiness and urgency. They must be ready to leave Egypt immediately. The Passover is about community. To consume a whole lamb or goat, every house was full of people sharing the meal together. Finally, the Passover is about sacrifice. Not only ws the lamb sacrificed, but the firstborn of every Egyptian family paid the price for the Israelites' freedom and understanding the power of the Eternal. 

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 12:1-30

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 12; Psalms 21

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 12-13; Psalms 21; Acts 1

Jan 24, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Edmund Burke said, "Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it." Pharaoh did that with the Isarelites. He failed to understand the role Joseph and the Israelites played in the success of his nation and rather than recognizing them as assets to his kingdom, he thought they were a blight on the land. Pharaoh, instead of using the Israelites for the blessings they could bring to his nation made the fatal error of trying to destroy them. Other leaders through the centuries have tried to destroy God's people, but none have or will succeed. They are his chosen people. 

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 9:13-35

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 9; Luke 24

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 9-11; Luke 24

Jan 23, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summay</h2>

Moses and Aaron weren't sure about their ability to persuade Pharaoh. They doubted they could do what God asked. So did the disciples. So did Noah. So did a lot of those who ended up doing some incredible things for God. It's okay to have doubts sometimes. The difference between those who succeed and those who don't usually isn't about doubt. Many of those who succeeded doubted sometimes. The difference is they carried on anyway. They continued to do what God told them to do. They were more confident in God than in their doubts. 

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 6:1-13

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 6; Luke 23

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 6-8; Luke 23

Jan 22, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

The first time God told his name to man, he told it to Moses at the burning bush. Until then, no word existed for the immediate present, now, because it doesn’t exist. The present you imagine is either the past or the future, the immediate present never exists...except in the personal presence of God. He is not bound by time or space and so he does the impossible. If God can exist in the present when no one or nothing else can, he can take care of the past and future, too. Trust him.

<h2>today's scriptures</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 3:1-18

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 3; Luke 22

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 3-5; Luke 22

Jan 21, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Today's background scripture comes from Exodus 2.

God can work his will in ways you cannot see. None of the players in the drama of Exodus 2 understood their part as it unfolded. But they played their parts because God moved in their hearts. Moses’ mother wanted desperately to save her son and did it the only way she could think might work. Pharaoh’s daughter saw enough death. She desired to see life and took compassion on this one child on this one day. Miriam stood by faithfully watching over her brother. God's plans will happen as he foretells them. 

<h2>today's scripture</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Exodus 2:1-10

<strong>Set</strong> - Exodus 2; Luke 21

<strong>Go!</strong> - Exodus 1-2; Psalms 88; Luke 21

Jan 20, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Joseph understood forgiveness. He could have shown anger and bitterness toward Potiphar’s wife for falsely accusing him. Instead, he forgave her and became responsible for caring for all his fellow prisoners under the direction of the captain of the prison guard. 

Joseph could have complained about the cupbearer who forgot him for two years after he was restored to his position with Pharaoh according to the dream Joseph interpreted for him. Instead, he continued to patiently carry out the duties the captain of the guard gave him each day. He forgave the cupbearer long before the cupbearer remembered his oversight and told Pharaoh about one who could interpret the dreams I give men from time to time. Joseph understood the power of forgiveness.

<h2>today's scripture</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

<strong>Ready</strong> - Genesis 50:1-21

<strong>Set</strong> - Genesis 50; Luke 20

<strong>Go!</strong> - Genesis 49-50; Psalms 8; Luke 20

Jan 19, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Today’s background scripture comes from Luke 19.

Many people know about what is commonly called Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into the city of Jerusalem the last week of His life. Many of those who think Him only a prophet think He acted according to scripture only because of His deep study of the scriptures. They don’t believe He was truly God incarnate. They don’t look at the details of the stories recorded about Him to understand He wasn’t just any man or any prophet. 

The details show He was more than a man. The detail also show God can do incredible things with what we might consider little things. God can take the small things of life and turn them into the items that become the springboard for mighty miracles or the living proof that He is who He says He is. 

<h2>today's scripture</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

Ready - Luke 19:28-48

Set - Genesis 48; Luke 19

Go! - Genesis 47-48; Psalms 19; Luke 19

Jan 18, 2015

A daily devotional through the Bible speaking with God as Adam and Eve may have in the garden east of Eden. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com

<h2>summary</h2>

Today’s background scripture comes from Luke 18.

I’ve told you I enjoy hearing from you in prayer. I like to hear your praise. I like your petitions also. I don’t have any problem with your cries of misunderstanding or doubt. I understand you even get angry at Me sometimes and hearing that in your prayer is okay, too. What I don’t like is a pretense of prayer like the Pharisee in the story Jesus told. 

<h2>today's scripture</h2>

Today's Bible reading plans include:

Ready - Luke 18:1-17

Set - Genesis 45; Luke 18

Go! - Genesis 44-46; Luke 18

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