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In His Image is the next step for those who have read The Purpose Driven Life. Following the Life Purpose of Mission, this book explores God's great love for humanity from every book of the Bible. From the creation of Genesis to the culmination in Revelation, God's love shines through every page. Never is this ever clearer than in the times of Israel's great betrayal of their God. His passionate pursuit of His children can be heard dripping from his voice as He calls them (and us by proxy) back to His shelter and...
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Overview

In His Image is the next step for those who have read The Purpose Driven Life. Following the Life Purpose of Mission, this book explores God's great love for humanity from every book of the Bible. From the creation of Genesis to the culmination in Revelation, God's love shines through every page. Never is this ever clearer than in the times of Israel's great betrayal of their God. His passionate pursuit of His children can be heard dripping from his voice as He calls them (and us by proxy) back to His shelter and protection. This book was written ... . To convince the reader of God's intense and immense love for them; . To encourage the reader to reach out to the God who is passionately in love with them; . To strengthen the reader's faith in God's compassion; and . To motivate the reader to share the love of God with every person they meet. It is very clear God loves people of all races and ethnicities. Therefore, whenever appropriate to the passage of the day, emphasis is made on the issue of racial reconciliation around God's love. His love becomes the motivation for evangelism and for community. In each daily devotional .... There is a Biblical Scripture they are encouraged to read; . There is a passage of Scripture to read in the devotional itself; . There is the devotional to read which focuses the reader on a single thought, broken into two, three or four practical ideas they can utilize that day in their lives; and . There is a thought to take with the reader each day which summarizes the theme concerning God's great love for them.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781425983505
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 2/28/2007
  • Pages: 432
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In His Image
By Matthew Lee Smith AuthorHouse Copyright © 2007 Matthew Lee Smith
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ISBN: 978-1-4259-8350-5


Chapter One January 1 Read: Genesis 1-3

In His Image

So God created people in his own image; God patterned them after himself; male and female he created them. Genesis 1:27 (NLT)

Who am I? Self-Esteem, self-image and self worth are all key to our value. Here we see that we are very special, of incredible worth! Our worth flows from our unique creation by the hand of God. Every designer has a purpose for His work. You are no exception. You are wonderfully and specifically made by God for His own purposes.

We have been created! Stop to think about the myths so prevalent today. Evolution teaches that you are the result of random chance and circumstance. Somehow, over time and genetic mutation, you came to be. God however tells us that we are carefully and skillfully made. He tells us that we were hand-crafted in heaven! The psalmist responds to this thought by saying, "You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother's womb. Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous-and how well I know it (Psalm 139:13-14)."

We have been created in God's image! Not only are we hand-crafted by God, we have been made to look like the model. That model is God! Contemplate the enormity of that statement. You possess many of the inner qualities of God Himself!

We have been patterned after God Himself! He used His person as the pattern for your being. God loves, so we love. God rejoices, so we rejoice. God communicates, so we communicate. As we walk on this journey this year, we will discover many of the characteristics of God have been impressed upon our being because He is the pattern for our nature!

We, together as male and female, find our fulfillment as His image bearers! God dwells in community. As the Godhead, he communicates and has relationship with Himself. We are patterned after that image and we too find our ultimate fulfillment of His image when we are united together with the opposite sex in marriage. Then the facets of our differing perspectives begin to reveal the complexity of God's character and the unity of His diversity in personhood.

Thought for today: You were made for a purpose. You were made for a reason. You were made from a model, and that model is God Himself. Today, begin to seek out that purpose and fulfill all that you were designed to be by asking God for guidance to do His will for your life.

January 2 Read: Genesis 4-6

Finding God's Favor

But Noah found favor with the Lord. This is the history of Noah and his family. Noah was a righteous man, the only blameless man living on earth at the time. He consistently followed God's will and enjoyed a close relationship with him. Genesis 6:8-9 (NLT)

Am I important to God? Throughout life many people struggle with this question. It may come out as "The universe is so big and I am so small." Others may say, "God's so busy with important things, He doesn't have time for me!" The reality is that God has time for you! God loves you! God desires to spend time with you. Noah's example shows us what God is looking for in each of us. He shows us the keys to finding favor with God.

Noah was a righteous man. Righteousness is a big word which simply means living a life which is right before God. Right is a standard. God sets the standard. Noah listened to God and did what God said was right.

Noah was a blameless man. Blame is a common reality in today's world. We who don't want to accept responsibility seek to place the blame for our lives on others. Noah was unspotted by blame. When all was said and done, Noah could not be blamed for the hurts and injuries, the failures and falls of others. Noah sought to live his life before God blameless.

Noah consistently followed God's will. Following God's will means following the heart's desires of God. God has a desire for everyone's life. We will discover His will as He speaks to us along the way. Noah listened to God when He spoke and no doubt reviewed what God had said to his family before him. Then he simply sought to do what God had already communicated. We are fortunate to have the Bible already recorded for us so that we can study God's words and thus follow His will for our lives.

Noah enjoyed a close relationship with God. Relationship comes from time spent with another. Close relationships come from spending a great deal of time with another and appreciating their differences as steps to building character in oneself. There is no Person with greater differences than God! Spending time with Him will transform us into His image.

Thought for today: You were made for a relationship with God. You can have a close relationship with Him. In fact, Jesus tells us, "But the time is coming and is already here when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for anyone who will worship him that way (John 4:23)." Start to follow Noah's example today and enjoy the results of a closer relationship with God this year!

January 3 Read: Genesis 7-9

Precious In His Sight

And murder is forbidden. Animals that kill people must die, and any person who murders must be killed. Yes, you must execute anyone who murders another person, for to kill a person is to kill a living being made in God's image. Genesis 9:5-6 (NLT)

Does God care what happens to me? Many of us struggle with the complexity of God's world. Does He see what I am doing? Does He care about what happens to me? The answer to this is a resounding "Yes!" God cares so much about you because you are made in His image! You were designed by Him to accomplish great and wonderful things. You are precious in His sight!

Evil is a reality. Ever since Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit (Genesis 3:6), sin has become a reality in every person's life. "When Adam sinned, sin entered the entire human race. Adam's sin brought death, so death spread to everyone, for everyone sinned (Romans 5:12)." With sin comes the reality of one person putting their agenda ahead of another. This often results in injury to the other. Remember Cain and Abel! We all have the ability to bring about harm to another, often to the point of murdering them. Jesus reminds us that although we may not take a gun to another, there are more subtle and often used methods at our disposal. "You have heard that the law of Moses says, 'Do not murder. If you commit murder, you are subject to judgment.' But I say, if you are angry with someone, you are subject to judgment! If you call someone an idiot, you are in danger of being brought before the high council. And if you curse someone, you are in danger of the fires of hell (Matthew 5:21-22)." Jesus equates verbal anger with murder!

God finds you precious! Should the evil choices of another lead to your death? God so loves you that He must bring about the ultimate penalty for such injustice - the death of the murderer. The reason for this is clear: You were made in His image. To destroy that image is to destroy the work of God! It is essential that God bring retribution upon those who destroy His image, "and in his justice he will punish those who persecute you (2 Thessalonians. 1:6)."

Thought for the day: You are precious to God! God desires that you understand you were made in His image. You possess a reflection of Him everywhere you are. When people look at you, they are seeing an aspect of God. When anyone mars or destroys that image in you, God takes personal offense. He will repay that person in a manner which is right in His sight. We should be honored to carry about the image of God!

January 4 Read: Genesis 10-12

Following the Leader for Blessing

Then the Lord told Abram, "Leave your country, your relatives, and your father's house, and go to the land that I will show you. I will cause you to become the father of a great nation. I will bless you and make you famous, and I will make you a blessing to others. I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you. All the families of the earth will be blessed through you." So Abram departed as the Lord had instructed him, and Lot went with him. Abram was seventy-five years old when he left Haran. Genesis 12:1-4 (NLT)

How does God bless anyone? What person hasn't thought about the benefits of knowing God? But have you thought about how God sends those benefits to His children? Abram demonstrates to us a clear pattern for receiving the blessing of God.

God initiates blessings by setting out specific commands for us to obey. Abram was contacted by God here in the text. There is no "lead-in" to the story to tell us that this is the result of some previous action or event. It is just like God to initiate blessing in your life! God wants to bless you! God desires your joy (John 15:11)!

God's blessings are often hidden, leaving us with the choice to trust His goodness. When God begins to explain what is required in order to receive His blessings, the cost may seem high. Imagine what must have went through Abram and Sarai's hearts as they realized they would leave all that they knew for all that God wanted to give them! "We must give up to go up," John Maxwell reminds us. Here we see that with clarity.

God's blessings are frequently all we could ask or hope for - and even more! As God reveals His hand of blessing to Abram, the results of obedience are immense, even by today's standards of prosperity! Father of a great nation, fame, a blessing to others, God's personal friend, and a gift to all the world! Ultimately Abram's fulfillment comes in his distant grandchild, Jesus (Galatians 3.8-9).

God's blessing requires a simple response - we must obey what God has told us to do. All Abram had to do to begin the process of receiving was to obey - to leave all and follow the Leader of His life!

Thought for the day: All you need to do to begin the process of receiving the blessing of God is to obey the Leader of your life. What has God asked you to do that you have left undone? Who has God asked you to forgive? What has God asked you to say that remains unsaid? And what has God asked you to give that remains ungiven? Just obey!

January 5 Read: Genesis 13-15

Yearning for a Legacy

[1] Afterward the Lord spoke to Abram in a vision and said to him, "Do not be afraid, Abram, for I will protect you, and your reward will be great." [2] But Abram replied, "O Sovereign Lord, what good are all your blessings when I don't even have a son? Since I don't have a son, Eliezer of Damascus, a servant in my household, will inherit all my wealth. [5] Then the Lord brought Abram outside beneath the night sky and told him, "Look up into the heavens and count the stars if you can. [6] Your descendants will be like that-too many to count!" And Abram believed the Lord, and the Lord declared him righteous because of his faith. Genesis 15: 1-2, 5-6 (NLT)

What do you really want out of life? Abram reminds us that life is meant to have meaning. Despite the tremendous wealth Abram possessed, and the fortune he gives away in Genesis 14, Abram's heart is afraid. Not afraid of poverty, but of insignificance! One can almost hear the angst in his voice as he says, "O Sovereign Lord, what good are all your blessings when I don't even have a son?" In this poignant moment Abram reveals to us how to attract the heart of God and receive the blessing of a legacy.

Even in victory, Abram's heart was crushed by his dilemma. Abram is flush from the victory over the kings yet Abram's heart cannot make merry. Significance to Abram is not victories and recognition. He desires a son of his flesh - someone to continue the family name. That burden is so great, it overshadows all that he accomplishes.

As he cries out to God, God reaffirms Abram's value as His chosen Child. Even when God appears to reassure Abram of His love, the heart's cry isn't ingratitude but agony! Abram's burden overwhelms him. God must relieve that burden, because Abram knows he is powerless to do so. God reassures Abram that His promises are true and they will be fulfilled.

Reaffirmed, Abram believes God through faith and possesses his heart's desire: significance through the legacy of a son! God's confirmation of His promise is sufficient for Abram. His faith is rejuvenated. He trusts in God's character of honesty, and the constant nightly reminder of the immensity of the coming fulfillment.

Thought for the day: Is your heart suffering a faith-attack? Is there a burden so great that no matter what the victory, nothing can remove it? Then cry out to God in your pain. Allow Him to remind you of His faithfulness. And tonight, step outside and count the stars! Remember every night, that God is just as faithful to keep His word to you as He was to keep His word to Abram!

January 6 Read: Genesis 16-18

Refreshing the Lives of Others

The Lord appeared again to Abraham while he was camped near the oak grove belonging to Mamre. One day about noon, as Abraham was sitting at the entrance to his tent, he suddenly noticed three men standing nearby. He got up and ran to meet them, welcoming them by bowing low to the ground. "My lord," he said, "if it pleases you, stop here for a while. Rest in the shade of this tree while my servants get some water to wash your feet. Let me prepare some food to refresh you. Please stay awhile before continuing on your journey." "All right," they said. "Do as you have said." Genesis 18:1-5 (NLT)

You are the channel of God's resources! Have you spent much time thinking about how God refreshes the lives of others? Think about all that God wants to do to those whom He loves. He cares about all people and desires to strengthen and encourage them along the journey of life. He possesses immense riches and resources. He desires to unite those resources with those who need to be refreshed. Abraham demonstrates how God accomplishes this task.

Notice the needy. Abraham demonstrates to us that God's first step in refreshing others is for us to have open eyes! We are to be sensitive to the needs of others. Even while we are at leisure, like Abraham, we should be on alert for the needs of those around us. God sees through our eyes.

Go to the needy. Immediately Abraham gets up, disturbing his rest, and initiates hospitality. As a rich man, he could have simply issued a command. However, when God wants to refresh the soul of another, God's child seeks to meet the need personally. When Abraham bows low before them, he demonstrates the attitude of humility before someone of greater importance. He models the New Testament command: "Don't think only about your own affairs, but be interested in others, too, and what they are doing. Your attitude should be the same that Christ Jesus had (Philippians 2:4-5)."

Serve the needy. Recognizing exactly what is needed comes with experience in serving. Abraham immediately set out a plan that would refresh the strangers in his midst.

Refresh the needy. By providing rest and refreshment, Abraham distributed the resources of God to the needy in his presence.

Thought for the day. Whatever you possess, God has given it to you to refresh the needs of others. Whatever you can do, God is doing through you to encourage and lift the hearts of others who are made in His image.

January 7 Read: Genesis 19-21

Extending God's Blessings to Others

About this time, Abimelech came with Phicol, his army commander, to visit Abraham. "It is clear that God helps you in everything you do," Abimelech said. "Swear to me in God's name that you won't deceive me, my children, or my grandchildren. I have been loyal to you, so now swear that you will be loyal to me and to this country in which you are living." Genesis 21:22-23 (NLT)

Obedience has its rewards! Abraham's faith yielded a continual blessing, a "shield" about him and all he cared for. His faith protected Lot (Genesis 19) and even protected Sarah when, fearing for their lives, they deceived Abimelech by hiding the fact of their marriage (Genesis 20). Despite the frailties of his cursed humanity, God still protected and blessed Abraham because of his faith. So much so that Abimelelch wants to be associated with, or at least friends of Abraham. Notice the unfolding of the relationship. It is a great lesson for those of us who desire to influence others for the Kingdom of God.

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Table of Contents

Contents Acknowledgements....................xxv
Introduction....................xxvii
January 1 Genesis 1-3....................1
January 2 Genesis 4-6....................2
January 3 Genesis 7-9....................3
January 4 Genesis 10-12....................4
January 5 Genesis 13-15....................5
January 6 Genesis 16-18....................6
January 7 Genesis 19-21....................7
January 8 Genesis 22-24....................8
January 9 Genesis 25-27....................9
January 10 Genesis 28-30....................10
January 11 Genesis 31-33....................11
January 12 Genesis 34-37....................12
January 13 Genesis 38-40....................13
January 14 Genesis 41-43....................14
January 15 Genesis 44-46....................15
January 16 Genesis 47-48....................16
January 17 Genesis 49-50....................17
January 18 Exodus 1-4....................19
January 19 Exodus 5-7....................20
January 20 Exodus 8-10....................21
January 21 Exodus 11-13....................22
January 22 Exodus 14-16....................23
January 23 Exodus 17-19....................24
January 24 Exodus 20-22....................25
January 25 Exodus 23-25....................26
January 26 Exodus 26-28....................27
January 27 Exodus 29-31....................28
January 28 Exodus 32-34....................29
January 29 Exodus 35-37....................30
January 30 Exodus 38-39....................31
January 31 Exodus 40....................32
February 1 Leviticus 1-3....................34
February 2 Leviticus4-6....................35
February 3 Leviticus 7-8....................36
February 4 Leviticus 9-10....................37
February 5 Leviticus 11-13....................38
February 6 Leviticus 14-16....................39
February 7 Leviticus 17-18....................40
February 8 Leviticus 19-21....................41
February 9 Leviticus 22-23....................42
February 10 Leviticus 24-25....................43
February 11 Leviticus 26-27....................44
February 12 Numbers 1-2....................46
February 13 Numbers 3-4....................47
February 14 Numbers 5-6....................48
February 15 Numbers 7....................49
February 16 Numbers 8-9....................50
February 17 Numbers 10-11....................51
February 18 Numbers 12-13....................52
February 19 Numbers 14-15....................53
February 20 Numbers 16-18....................54
February 21 Numbers 19-20....................55
February 22 Numbers 21-22....................56
February 23 Numbers 23-25....................57
February 24 Numbers 26-27....................58
February 25 Numbers 28-29....................59
February 26 Numbers 30-31....................60
February 27 Numbers 32-33....................61
February 28 Numbers 34-36....................62
March 1 Deuteronomy 1-2....................64
March 2 Deuteronomy 3-4....................65
March 3 Deuteronomy 5-7....................66
March 4 Deuteronomy 8-10....................67
March 5 Deuteronomy 11-13....................68
March 6 Deuteronomy 14-16....................69
March 7 Deuteronomy 17-20....................70
March 8 Deuteronomy 21-23....................71
March 9 Deuteronomy 24-27....................72
March 10 Deuteronomy 28....................73
March 11 Deuteronomy 29-31....................74
March 12 Deuteronomy 32-34....................75
March 13 Joshua 1-3....................77
March 14 Joshua 4-6....................78
March 15 Joshua 7-8....................79
March 16 Joshua 9-10....................80
March 17 Joshua 11-13....................81
March 18 Joshua 14-16....................82
March 19 Joshua 17-19....................83
March 20 Joshua 20-21....................84
March 21 Joshua 22-24....................85
March 22 Judges 1-2....................87
March 23 Judges 3-5....................88
March 24 Judges 6-7....................89
March 25 Judges 8-9....................90
March 26 Judges 10-11....................91
March 27 Judges 12-14....................92
March 28 Judges 15-17....................93
March 29 Judges 18-19....................94
March 30 Judges 20-21....................95
March 31 Ruth 1-4....................97
April 1 1 Samuel 1-3....................99
April 2 1 Samuel 4-7....................100
April 3 1 Samuel 8-11....................101
April 4 1 Samuel 12-14:23....................102
April 5 1 Samuel 14:24-16....................103
April 6 1 Samuel 17-18....................104
April 7 1 Samuel 19-21....................105
April 8 1 Samuel 22-24....................106
April 9 1 Samuel 25-27....................107
April 10 1 Samuel 28-31....................108
April 11 2 Samuel 1-2....................110
April 12 2 Samuel 3-5....................111
April 13 2 Samuel 6-9....................112
April 14 2 Samuel 10-12....................113
April 15 2 Samuel 13-14....................114
April 16 2 Samuel 15-16....................115
April 17 2 Samuel 17-18....................116
April 18 2 Samuel 19-20....................117
April 19 2 Samuel 21-22....................118
April 20 2 Samuel 23-24....................119
April 21 1 Kings 1 - 2:25....................121
April 22 1 Kings 2:26 - 4....................122
April 23 1 Kings 5-7....................123
April 24 1 Kings 8....................124
April 25 1 Kings 9-11....................125
April 26 1 Kings 12-13....................126
April 27 1 Kings 14-15....................127
April 28 1 Kings 16-18....................128
April 29 1 Kings 19-20....................129
April 30 1 Kings 21-22....................130
May 1 2 Kings 1-3....................132
May 2 2 Kings 4-5....................133
May 3 2 Kings 6-8....................134
May 4 2 Kings 9-10....................135
May 5 2 Kings 11-13....................136
May 6 2 Kings 14-15....................137
May 7 2 Kings 16-17....................138
May 8 2 Kings 18-20....................139
May 9 2 Kings 21-23....................140
May 10 2 Kings 24-25....................141
May 11 1 Chronicles 1-2....................143
May 12 1 Chronicles 3-5....................144
May 13 1 Chronicles 6-7....................145
May 14 1 Chronicles 8-10....................146
May 15 1 Chronicles 11-13....................147
May 16 1 Chronicles 14-16....................148
May 17 1 Chronicles 17-20....................149
May 18 1 Chronicles 21-23....................150
May 19 1 Chronicles 24-26....................151
May 20 1 Chronicles 27-29....................152
May 21 2 Chronicles 1-3....................154
May 22 2 Chronicles 4-6....................155
May 23 2 Chronicles 7-9....................156
May 24 2 Chronicles 10-13....................157
May 25 2 Chronicles 14-17....................158
May 26 2 Chronicles 18-20....................159
May 27 2 Chronicles 21-24....................160
May 28 2 Chronicles 25-27....................161
May 29 2 Chronicles 28-30....................162
May 30 2 Chronicles 31-33....................163
May 31 2 Chronicles 34-36....................164
June 1 Ezra 1-2....................166
June 2 Ezra 3-5....................167
June 3 Ezra 6-7....................168
June 4 Ezra 8-9....................169
June 5 Ezra 10....................170
June 6 Nehemiah 1-3....................172
June 7 Nehemiah 4-6....................173
June 8 Nehemiah 7-8....................174
June 9 Nehemiah 9-10....................175
June 10 Nehemiah 11-12....................176
June 11 Nehemiah 13....................177
June 12 Esther 1-3....................179
June 13 Esther 4-7....................180
June 14 Esther 8-10....................181
June 15 Job 1-4....................183
June 16 Job 5-8....................184
June 17 Job 9-12....................185
June 18 Job 13-16....................186
June 19 Job 17-20....................187
June 20 Job 21-24....................188
June 21 Job 25-29....................189
June 22 Job 30-33....................190
June 23 Job 34-37....................191
June 24 Job 38-40....................192
June 25 Job 41-42....................193
June 26 Psalms 1-9....................195
June 27 Psalms 10-17....................196
June 28 Psalms 18-22....................197
June 29 Psalms 23-30....................198
June 30 Psalms 31-35....................199
July 1 Psalms 36-39....................200
July 2 Psalms 40-45....................201
July 3 Psalms 46-51....................202
July 4 Psalms 52-59....................203
July 5 Psalms 60-66....................204
July 6 Psalms 67-71....................205
July 7 Psalms 72-77....................206
July 8 Psalms 78-80....................207
July 9 Psalms 81-87....................208
July 10 Psalms 88-91....................209
July 11 Psalms 92-100....................210
July 12 Psalms 101-105....................211
July 13 Psalms 106-107....................212
July 14 Psalms 108-118....................213
July 15 Psalm 119....................214
July 16 Psalm 120-131....................215
July 17 Psalm 132-138....................216
July 18 Psalm 139-143....................217
July 19 Psalm 144-150....................218
July 20 Proverbs 1-3....................220
July 21 Proverbs 4-7....................221
July 22 Proverbs 8-11....................222
July 23 Proverbs 12-15....................223
July 24 Proverbs 16-19....................224
July 25 Proverbs 20-22....................225
July 26 Proverbs 23-26....................226
July 27 Proverbs 27-31....................227
July 28 Ecclesiastes 1-4....................229
July 29 Ecclesiastes 5-8....................230
July 30 Ecclesiastes 9-12....................231
July 31 Song of Solomon 1-8....................233
August 1 Isaiah 1-4....................235
August 2 Isaiah 5-9....................236
August 3 Isaiah 10-14....................237
August 4 Isaiah 15-21....................238
August 5 Isaiah 22-26....................239
August 6 Isaiah 27-31....................240
August 7 Isaiah 32-37....................241
August 8 Isaiah 38-42....................242
August 9 Isaiah 43-46....................243
August 10 Isaiah 47-51....................244
August 11 Isaiah 52-57....................245
August 12 Isaiah 58-63....................246
August 13 Isaiah 64-66....................247
August 14 Jeremiah 1-3....................249
August 15 Jeremiah 4-6....................250
August 16 Jeremiah 7-10....................251
August 17 Jeremiah 11-14....................252
August 18 Jeremiah 15-18....................253
August 19 Jeremiah 19-22....................254
August 20 Jeremiah 23-25....................255
August 21 Jeremiah 26-28....................256
August 22 Jeremiah 29-31....................257
August 23 Jeremiah 32-33....................258
August 24 Jeremiah 34-36....................259
August 25 Jeremiah 37-40....................260
August 26 Jeremiah 41-44....................261
August 27 Jeremiah 45-48....................262
August 28 Jeremiah 49-50....................263
August 29 Jeremiah 51-52....................264
August 30 Lamentations 1-2....................265
August 31 Lamentations 3-5....................266
September 1 Ezekiel 1-4....................268
September 2 Ezekiel 5-9....................269
September 3 Ezekiel 10-13....................270
September 4 Ezekiel 14-16....................271
September 5 Ezekiel 17-19....................272
September 6 Ezekiel 20-21....................273
September 7 Ezekiel 22-24....................274
September 8 Ezekiel 25-28....................275
September 9 Ezekiel 29-32....................276
September 10 Ezekiel 33-36....................277
September 11 Ezekiel 37-39....................278
September 12 Ezekiel 40-42....................279
September 13 Ezekiel 43-45....................280
September 14 Ezekiel 46-48....................281
September 15 Daniel 1-3....................283
September 16 Daniel 4-6....................284
September 17 Daniel 7-9....................285
September 18 Daniel 10-12....................286
September 19 Hosea 1-6....................288
September 20 Hosea 7-14....................289
September 21 Joel 1-3....................290
September 22 Amos 1-5....................291
September 23 Amos 6 - Obadiah 1....................292
September 24 Jonah 1-4....................293
September 25 Micah 1-7....................294
September 26 Nahum 1 - Habakkuk 3....................295
September 27 Zephaniah 1 - Haggai 2....................296
September 28 Zechariah 1-7....................297
September 29 Zechariah 8-14....................298
September 30 Malachi 1-4....................299
October 1 Matthew 1-4....................301
October 2 Matthew 5-6....................302
October 3 Matthew 7-9....................303
October 4 Matthew 10-11....................304
October 5 Matthew 12....................305
October 6 Matthew 13-14....................306
October 7 Matthew 15-17....................307
October 8 Matthew 18-20....................308
October 9 Matthew 21-22....................309
October 10 Matthew 23-24....................310
October 11 Matthew 25-26....................311
October 12 Matthew 27-28....................312
October 13 Mark 1-3....................314
October 14 Mark 4-5....................315
October 15 Mark 6-7....................316
October 16 Mark 8-9....................317
October 17 Mark 10-11....................318
October 18 Mark 12-13....................319
October 19 Mark 14-16....................320
October 20 Luke 1....................322
October 21 Luke 2-3....................323
October 22 Luke 4-5....................324
October 23 Luke 6-7....................325
October 24 Luke 8-9....................326
October 25 Luke 10-11....................327
October 26 Luke 12-13....................328
October 27 Luke 14-16....................329
October 28 Luke 17-18....................330
October 29 Luke 19-20....................331
October 30 Luke 21-22....................332
October 31 Luke 23-24....................333
November 1 John 1-3....................335
November 2 John 4-5....................336
November 3 John 6-8....................337
November 4 John 9-10....................338
November 5 John 11-12....................339
November 6 John 13-16....................340
November 7 John 17-18....................341
November 8 John 19-21....................342
November 9 Acts 1-3....................344
November 10 Acts 4-6....................345
November 11 Acts 7-8....................346
November 12 Acts 9-10....................347
November 13 Acts 11-13....................348
November 14 Acts 14-16....................349
November 15 Acts 17-19....................350
November 16 Acts 20-22....................351
November 17 Acts 23-25....................352
November 18 Acts 26-28....................353
November 19 Romans 1-3....................355
November 20 Romans 4-7....................356
November 21 Romans 8-10....................357
November 22 Romans 11-13....................358
November 23 Romans 14-16....................359
November 24 1 Corinthians 1-4....................361
November 25 1 Corinthians 5-9....................362
November 26 1 Corinthians 10-13....................363
November 27 1 Corinthians 14-16....................364
November 28 2 Corinthians 1-4....................365
November 29 2 Corinthians 5-8....................366
November 30 2 Corinthians 9-13....................367
December 1 Galatians 1-3....................369
December 2 Galatians 4-6....................370
December 3 Ephesians 1-3....................371
December 4 Ephesians 4-6....................372
December 5 Philippians 1-4....................373
December 6 Colossians 1-4....................374
December 7 1 Thessalonians 1-5....................375
December 8 2 Thessalonians 1-3....................376
December 9 1 Timothy 1-6....................377
December 10 2 Timothy 1-4....................378
December 11 Titus 1 - Philemon 1....................379
December 12 Hebrews 1-4....................381
December 13 Hebrews 5-7....................382
December 14 Hebrews 8-10....................383
December 15 Hebrews 11-13....................384
December 16 James 1-5....................385
December 17 1 Peter 1-2....................386
December 18 1 Peter 3-5....................387
December 19 2 Peter 1-3....................388
December 20 1 John 1-3....................389
December 21 1 John 4-5....................390
December 22 2 John 1 - Jude 1....................391
December 23 Revelation 1-2....................393
December 24 Revelation 3-5....................394
December 25 Revelation 6-8....................395
December 26 Revelation 9-11....................396
December 27 Revelation 12-13....................397
December 28 Revelation 14-16....................398
December 29 Revelation 17-18....................399
December 30 Revelation 19-20....................400
December 31 Revelation 21-22....................401
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  • Anonymous

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    If you've read 'Purpose Driven Life' you need to read this book

    Dr. Smith's 'In His Image' is a life-changing book. I've been a Christian for over 10 years and this book has revitalized my faith, my walk with God and the way I view my God. Great for new Christians or for those who've been in the faith awhile. This book stresses God's love for you and for me.

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