Download e-book for iPad: 365 Pocket Devotions: Inspiration and Renewal for Each New by Chris Tiegreen

By Chris Tiegreen

ISBN-10: 141438789X

ISBN-13: 9781414387895

Discover ways to stroll extra heavily with God each one passing day! 365 Pocket Devotions is a handy, easy-to-carry, quick-access e-book containing day-by-day reflections on subject matters like trusting God, making clever offerings, and loving others. every day starts with an inspirational, thought-provoking examining and ends with a promise from Scripture. a brand new version within the renowned 365 Pocket sequence that has touched such a lot of lives, 365 Pocket Devotions is created in particular in the event you wish day-by-day devotional time with God. (Adapted from the perennial favorites the single yr At His ft Devotional and the only yr stroll with God Devotional.)

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We claim liberty from all legal compulsion, from self-martyrdom and mortification and play this off against the proper evangelical use of discipline and asceticism; we thus excuse our self-indulgence and irregularity in prayer, in meditation and in our bodily life. But the contrast between our behavior and the word of Jesus is all too painfully evident. 5 Joy in God is the strength to walk with Jesus from the wilderness to the cross and into eternal life. But maintaining that joy against its most subtle and innocent rivals is a lifelong struggle.

Fasting Does Belong in the Kingdom of God This understanding of Christian fasting answers all the concerns raised earlier by Keith Main. He said that “the prayer life of the New Testament is a sign of the inbreaking of the kingdom of God. ”22 We see now that this is an overstatement. Yes, the kingdom has broken in. Yes, there is a deep drinking even now on the end-time glory manifest in Christ and experienced by his Spirit. But, no, this is not so full and uninterrupted that aching and longing and desiring are completely overcome.

We hunger for so much more. That is why we fast. Is Fasting the Old Wineskin That Has to Go? But then Jesus says something very crucial in Matthew 9:16-17. He puts together two images, one about patched garments, and the other about worn-out wineskins. “But no one puts a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and a worse tear results. Nor do men put new IS FASTING CHRISTIAN? ” The patch of unshrunk cloth and the new wine represent the new reality that has come with Jesus—the Kingdom of God is here.

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