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November Devotionals 16-31

Devotions on Living a Deeper Christian Life

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November 16

Many False Christ’s




Words to Think About

Nov 16 Devotional

November 17

A Merry Heart Doeth Good Like a Medicine

Words to Think About…

Nov 17 Devotional

November 18

For Perilous Times Will Come

Words to Think About…

Nov 18 Devotional

November 19

Nothing Shall Separate us From the Love of God

Words to Think About…

Nov 19 Devotional

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Sagittarius Nov 22 - Dec 21

SAGITTARIUS (The Archer). The Two-Natured Conqueror going forth “Conquering and to conquer.”

Sagittarius the Archer is seen as Christ depicted as a half man, half sacrificial animal just as in Centaurus.


Viewed as Christ victoriously riding his white horse Pegasus as he aims his bow and arrow at the heart of the enemy seen in adjacent Scorpio. 


Sagittarius represents the final triumph, Messiah the Conqueror.


Sagittarius represents the archer with the drawn bow, the victorious Redeemer.


Though He appears in the form of a Centaur, we are reminded that our Savior will return one day, riding upon a white horse.


"And ride prosperously in Your splendour, On the matter of truth and humility, righteousness; And let Your right hand lead You to awesome matters. Your arrows are sharp In the heart of the Sovereign’s enemies – Peoples fall under You."  Psalms 45:4-5

Sagittarius Constellations

Nov. 22–Dec. 21


1. LYRA (The Harp). Praise prepared for the Conqueror.


2. ARA (The Altar). Consuming fire prepared for His enemies.


3. DRACO (The Dragon). The Old Serpent— Devil, cast down from heaven.


November 20

As Far as the East is to the West



Words to Think About on Prayer...

Nov 20 Devotional

November 21

God Spoke These Things in Existence

Words to Think About…

Nov 21 Devotional

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November 22

Lost Opportunities – A Conversation With a Young President

“Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” – 2 Corinthians


In his autobiography, “Just As I Am,” Billy Graham tells about a conversation he had with John F. Kennedy shortly after his election:


On the way back to the Kennedy house, the president-elect stopped his car and turned towards me, 


Do you believe in the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?” he asked. “I most certainly do.‘” “Well, does my church believe it?” “They have it in their creeds.” I answered. “They don’t preach it,” he said. “They don’t tell us much about it. I’d like to know what you think.” I explained what the Bible said about Christ coming the first time,  dying on the Cross; rising from the dead, and then promising that he would come back again. “Only then,” I said, “are we going to have permanent world peace.'” “Very interesting,” he said, looking away, “we’ll have to talk more about that someday.” And he drove on.


Several years later, the two met again at the 1963 National Prayer Breakfast. “I had the flu,” Graham remembers. “After I gave my short talk, and he gave his, we walked out of the hotel to his car together, as was our custom.” At the curb, he turned to me. “Billy, could you ride back to the White House with me? I’d like to see you for a minute.‘” “Mr. President, I’ve got a fever,” I protested. “Not only am I weak, but I don’t want to give you this thing. Couldn’t we wait and talk some other time?” It was a cold, snowy day, and I was freezing as I stood there without my overcoat. “Of course.” he said graciously. But the two would never meet again. Later that year, Kennedy was shot dead. Graham comments, “His hesitation at the car door, and his request, haunt me still. What was on his mind? Should I have gone with him? It was an irrecoverable moment.”


I got a phone call from an old friend this past week. He was headed back to California from Washington for the funeral of his cousin who had passed away at 54. He told me that this visit back home will be the  first time that he gets to visit his mom and dad’s grave since they  passed on a few years ago. He paused for a moment and said, “Always, always tell your mom that you love her!”


We never know when a person close to us will hear the words, “This day thy soul is required of thee.”  Statistics say that there is a 30% chance that someone you know will die in the next five years. You never know how long you will have those you hold dear to your heart. Never be afraid to share Christ with them,  it may be their last time to hear the Gospel. Your greatest legacy will be those who live eternally because of our efforts.

Words to Think About…

<>—ON WHAT WE DO IN THIS LIFE—<>


Louis Pasteur, the pioneer of immunology, lived at a time when  thousands of people died each year of rabies. Pasteur had worked for  years on a vaccine. Just as he was about to begin experimenting on  himself, a 9-year-old, Joseph Meister, was bitten by a rabid dog. The  boy’s mother begged Pasteur to experiment on her son. Pasteur injected  Joseph for ten days — and the boy lived. Decades later, of all the  things Pasteur could have had etched on his headstone, he asked for  three words: 


JOSEPH MEISTER LIVED!


"Everyday we step on chords that vibrate throughout eternity."


– Charles Finney

November 23

Nothing Can Pluck You Out of His Hand

Words to Think About…

Nov 23 Devotional

November 24

Thankfulness – There are 138 Scriptures on Thankfulness

Words to Think About…

Nov 24 Devotional

November 25

What Does it Mean to be Saved by Grace?



Words to Think About…

Nov 25 Devotional

November 26

Sickness Unto Death

Words to Think About…

Nov 26 Devotional

November 27

The Other Sin of Sodom

Words to Think About…

Nov 27 Devotional

November 28

Do Not Be Overcharged With Surfeiting, and Drunkeness



Words to Think About…

Nov 28 Devotional

November 29

On Poverty

Words to Think About…

Nov 29 Devotional



November 30

No Man Knows the Day or the Hour

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Nov 30 Devotional

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