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Today's Devotion

Reigning in Righteousness

  • July 17, 2018 | Isaiah 32:16

Nineteenth-century philosopher John Stuart Mill, in an address at the University of St. Andrews, said: “Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.” This famous quote (a version of which is sometimes attributed to Edmund Burke) has been adapted and repeated since, from Tolstoy to John F. Kennedy, by those who warn that complacency toward evil is dangerous for any society.

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Theology Matters

Theology Matters | Speaking For God

Today we use the term prophet to describe someone who speaks bluntly and with forthrightness. The Bible uses the term prophet in a more specialized sense. Biblical prophets spoke for God under the control of the Holy Spirit.

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From the Editors

From the Editors | Moody Radio Hosts Share Favorite Scripture Passages

“Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.”—Psalm 119:105 Students of Scripture know that God speaks to us through His Word to direct our lives and draw us closer to Him. We invited Moody Radio hosts to share a Bible passage and why it holds special meaning for them.

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Today with the President

Today with Greg Thornton

The solar eclipse last August was the first to be visible across the entire contiguous United States since 1918. And this was the first solar eclipse in the age of social media, with viewers using their smartphones to capture and share the spectacle. Eclipse glasses sold out in some areas, so people created viewers from cardboard boxes.

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