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Understanding the 66 Books of the Bible

Understanding the 66 Books of the Bible

by David Jeremiah
With a consistent monthly circulation to more than 270,000 homes, Turning Points Magazine & Devotional has become a trademark resource of the Turning Point ministry. With inspirational articles and instructive daily devotionals, Turning Points is unique and fresh each month and provides something for every reader. Based on the radio and television teachings of Dr. Jeremiah, Turning Points is ministering to tens of thousands all over the United States.

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Today's Devotion: April 23

One Would Think…

Consider the lilies…

Matthew 6:28



Recommended Reading

Matthew 6:25-34



In her book, God of All Comfort, devotional writer Hannah Whitall Smith said, "The Lord assures us that we need not be anxious about anything, but may commit all our cares to Him; for He careth for us. We are all familiar with the passages where He tells us to ‘behold the fowls of the air,' and to ‘consider the lilies of the field' and assures us that we are of much more value than they, and that, if He cares for them He will much more care for us. One would think there was comfort enough here for every care or sorrow all the wide world over. To have God assume our cares and our burdens and carry them for us; the Almighty God, the Creator of Heaven and earth, who can control everything, and foresee everything, and consequently can manage everything in the best possible way, to have Him declare that He will undertake for us; what could possibly be of greater comfort?"

But, said Smith, we often don't enjoy God's comfort because we doubt the power of His promises.

Take God at His Word today. Today, know He cares for you.

If we want to be comforted, we must make up our minds to believe every single solitary word of comfort God has ever spoken.

Hannah Whitall Smith, in God of All Comfort


2 Kings 14-16


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From This Point Forward

From This Point Forward
It took Thomas Jefferson about seventeen days to write the Declaration of Independence. J.R.R. Tolkien took considerably longer to write The Lord of the Rings. He wrote to his publisher in February 1938, indicating he had completed the first chapter; and another letter, dated February 1950, contained news that the last chapter was finished.