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July 19 , 2008

The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like Unto

Devotions for Those Who Work in Corrections


With over 6 million people incarcerated or under legal supervision, corrections has become a larger and larger part of American life. Indeed, older prisons have become tourist attractions. Do you work in corrections or know someone who does? Do you try to work heartily unto the Lord, and to see each person as being created in the image of God? Let these snapshot meditations show: How a murderer can glorify his creator. Where God drops pearls. The power of a flower. How a life of lies can lead to eternal truth. Who reveals Jesus’ second commandment. How a kitten can be holy. The pain of the past and fear of the future. How a small obedience can be a great testimony. The power of perception. Where nobody knows your name. How locking down can lead to looking up. How anger evolves to adoration. How obedience breeds blessing. How God is the change agent. Who sees in the dark and hears in the clamor. What matters at the end. The impact of stories known by heart. How bad boys can bless. The pain of pride; the shame of sin.

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