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Powered by 4 - July 25, 2011

  • 2011 Jul 25


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today's reading.
Titus 1:1-3John 8:38-47    Paul, a servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ, for the sake of the faith of God's elect and their knowledge of the truth, which accords with godliness...

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What important characteristic of God does Paul reveal (Titus 1:2)? By contrast, what is the devil known for (John 8:44-45)? How does Titus 1:2 build up your trust in God?

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I love it when Scripture is absolutely clear, and that's the case with both of our passages today. Jesus is speaking in John 8:38-47, and he boldly and clearly tells us that Satan is a liar and has nothing to do with the truth (vs. 44). Then referring to Himself, the son of God, Jesus says "I tell the truth. . ." (vs. 45). Paul words in Titus 1:2 likewise tell us that God never lies.

So what did John 8:38-47 show you about Satan versus God? What did you learn from John 8:38-47 and Titus 1:1-3 about God's character and trusting Him? How will you use these verses to boost your trust factor? Tami W.

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