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Discussed by Diego Traverso
with Operation Blessing International (www.OB.org)

Two major hurricanes recently devasted Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Operation Blessing is on the ground helping with recovery.

Diego Traverso, OP’s Director of International Disaster Relief, has details on the recovery and how you can help.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

How much devastation is there in Central America?

How many villages/people have been affected?

Are there supplies readily available in the affected areas or must they be flown in?

What supplies are needed most?

Were some of Operation Blessing’s own staff affected by the recent hurricanes?

What types of emergency supplies and shelters is Operation Blessing able to supply?

Click here  to donate to Operation Blessing’s recovery efforts.

Discussed by Phil Kerpen
with American Commitment

Concerning COVID testing, guest Phil Kerpen says this: “By the time most test results are available, the people who were positive are no longer infectious. The tests serve no actual infection control purpose. And the tests that actually would make all the difference are still banned by the FDA.”

For more on this issue from the American Commitment, click here.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Has the federal bureaucracy delivered an accurate COVID-19 test?

Does the current test simply take too long?

Why won’t the FDA approve an at-home COVID test?

Does Dr. Fauci have a personal investment in some of the companies that are developing a COVID-19 vaccine? Should this send red flags to the American public?

Discussed by Sara Tracey
with The What's UP Radio Program

Today’s Psalms for Living devotion is from Psalm 141:8-9

Most of us will never experience battle in a physical war. We do, however, experience frequent emotional and even spiritual battles. Today’s Psalm passage reminds us that God is our protector, but we must also do our part: we must keep our eyes on Him.

To order your copy of “Psalms for Living” by Mark Lanier, click here.

Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Mark Lanier has some encouragement for us during the Coronavirus quarantine.

This week’s theme: Chore for the Day

Mark uses the practical advice from Paul’s letters this week.

Do you love other people like family? Do you show honor to others? Do you outdo others when showing love to them? Mark explains what this means in today’s devotion.

Today’s challenge: Tell 3 people that you honor and respect them.

Scripture Reference: Romans 12:10

Note: This devotion has been edited for time
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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 2

This week, Mark discusses the Eighth Commandment: Don’t Steal.

NOTE: Yes, Mark skipped the Seventh Commandment: Don’t Commit Adultery. Why? Because Pastor Ed Ethridge preached on that commandment for the sermon last week. You can hear a segment of that sermon each day this week.

For this week’s lesson, click here.

If you have a prayer request, need Scripture encouragement, or would like a copy of Mark’s lessons each week, email wantmore@biblical-literacy.org

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Mark says: “Stealing is acquiring a status, item, or idea that you don’t have a right to.”

The Eighth Commandment Reflects God’s Character: “God is interested in you,” Mark says. What does this mean? He explains…

How does self-control relate to this commandment?

Are you content with what you have?

Scripture References: 2 Samuel 19:3; 2 Timothy 1:7

For more information about Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy class, click here.

Discussed by Pastor Ed Ethridge
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Day 2

Why does God desire us to be sexually pure? Pastor Ed Ethridge warns us this week that this commandment, “Thou Shall Not Commit Adultery”, is more than just “don’t cheat on your spouse.”

Find Pastor Ed Ethridge’s sermon here.

Scripture Passage: Exodus 20:14

Questions/Issues Discussed:

What are some of the “gods” of America? Do you lust after any of these “gods”?

Why did Jerusalem and the prophets turn away from God?

Side Note: What atrocities have the American people – even Christians – allowed to happen in America? What are you doing about it?

Do you care? Did the prophets commit adultery?
What is spiritual adultery? Have you committed this sin?
Why are we called the bride of Christ? Why is he called the groom?

Why is “you shall not” considered an imperative command?

More on this tomorrow…

Scripture References: Jeremiah 23:14-15; Revelation 21; Hosea 2:15-16; Matthew 5:27-28

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
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