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Pas the Day - November 11, 2019

  • 2019 Nov 11


And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father . . . (Genesis 26:18)

All people are recipients of a long past—in lessons learned about life, man, God, and duty. We all owe a debt of gratitude to those who have dug the well out of which we drink, planted the trees in whose shade we delight or whose fruit we eat, and built the bridges over which we cross the chasms and the rivers. When Abraham dug that well, he dug it not only for himself but for all the generations to come.


God will finish the good work He’s begun in you

When life knocks you down, you can feel that God is a long way away.

But be encouraged – because He’s right there, working in you and for you, even when you don’t feel Him.

Finishing Work is a new series from Pas that takes you through the Psalms to show you that God always keeps His promises – especially His promise to complete the good work He’s begun in you. And we’d love to send you a copy as our thank you for your gift today.

So request Finishing Work when you give below to help others understand that truth and hold onto God’s promises too. Be encouraged!


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