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I love Today in the Word. I try my best to read it every day, and when I miss I double up to be sure I get the full impact and benefit. This is a very effective Bible study and personal, godly, enriching tool. Thank you so much to everyone responsible for this content and insight. It is so helpful! God bless you all!—Brian in Manchester, Conn.
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Thank you for Today in the Word. It is always good, always filling. “Forgiveness—A Gift to Give & to Receive” was an excellent devotion/study. Yes, we desperately need forgiveness. We have so much to be thankful for—so blessed! May God use us to be that sweet fragrance of Jesus’ forgiveness to others.—Lindy in Lakeland, Fla.