December 16 - Day 16
Ornament - Whale
The word of Adonai came to Jonah the son of Amitai.
“Set out for the great city of Nineveh, and proclaim that their wickedness has come to my attention.”
December 15 - Day 15
Ornament - Altar of Fire
After the death of King Solomon, the Kingdom of Israel was separated into two parts: the northern tribes, known as the Kingdom of Israel and the southern tribes,
December 14 - Day 14
Ornament - Crown
When they arrived, Samuel saw Elian and thought, “Surely the Lord’s anointed stands here before the Lord."
But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not consider
December 13 - Day 13
Ornament - Staff
The page has turned to a pivotal point in our history. This chapter begins in a time when prophecies and visions were rare. An opening door may go unnoticed, but an
Day 12 - December 12
Ornament - Sheaf of Wheat
Israel couldn’t fully love, because they didn’t understand God’s passion. His ardent heart terrified them, though it released sentiment without violence. Even
Day 11 - December 11
Ornament - Window and Scarlet Cord
This is the rhythmic record of Rahab found in Joshua 3:1 - 4:24.
Rahab resided in Jericho. The people of the city thought they owned the land and all
Day 10– December 10
Ornament - Tablets
Today, within our story, we find the Israelites in a turbulent land between emancipation and the fulfillment of a promise. Truly, the turbulence in not in the land,
Day 8 - December 8
Ornament - Coat of Many Colors
Marked for murder, left for dead, nearly rescued, just to be sold into slavery. Though Joseph’s life story sounds like a script for Hollywood, it reminds
Day 7 – December 7
Ornament - Ladder
When they reached the threshing floor of Atad, near the Jordan, they lamented loudly and bitterly; and there Joseph observed a seven-day period of mourning for his father.
Day 6 – December 6
Ornament - Ram or Baby Issac
Intrigue, suspense and breathtaking rescues fill the story of Abraham and Sarah. Most of their adventures came through God’s invitations while
Day 5 – December 5
Ornament - Altar or Ram
Mysterious, yet transparent. Wild, yet the safest place. Fierce, yet patient. Our God.
We enter our story today with Abraham as he experiences God in all