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Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan for Christmas Week

  Mary and Joseph were told to name Him, Jesus. The angel in Joseph’s dream explained, “. . . because He will save people from their sins.” His name is “Jesus” in our English language. But His Hebrew name is “Yeshua” which means to rescue or deliver.  From Hebrew His name was translated into the Greek, “Ieous” and… Read More Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan for Christmas Week

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Bite of Bread: A Reading Plan to Fight Depression During Christmas

(The winner of The Jesus I Never Knew is at the end of the post!) Sometimes darkness sneaks inside my spirit. It circles my brain like a cloud of smoke, pours through my thoughts, and settles inside the crevices of my humanity. The darkness threatens my joy. It sucks the energy out of me. And… Read More Bite of Bread: A Reading Plan to Fight Depression During Christmas

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Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan on Thanksgiving

    “Thanksgiving takes the sting out of adversity.” (Jesus Calling) Pour your coffee. Light a candle. Gather your journal, pen and Bible. This week we’ll finish our reading plan focused on thanksgiving. Some of us are walking through difficult circumstances while others are experiencing a season of blessing overflow. I want to encourage those… Read More Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan on Thanksgiving

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Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan of Thankfulness

    I can’t help it. I’m a football fan sort of. I mean, I don’t own an official NFL jersey; I normally cheer for the underdog or whoever has the quarterback I respect, and I’m more or less a fair weathered fan. But when the nights come early and the cold chill keeps me… Read More Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan of Thankfulness

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Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan on Thanks

I love pumpkin skies. You know, the ones that October and November seem to bring. Sunsets glow brighter painting horizons on fire. Night comes sooner due to our clocks re-setting, so sun’s magnificent production is viewed by more eyes–the commuters returning home after a long days work. Have you noticed this phenomenon? Red and yellow… Read More Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan on Thanks