Jesus says if any man comes after me, let him deny himself, in Matthew 16:24-25. This audio devotional is about committing to give up our lives for Jesus.
Category: New Testament
This series of audio devotionals is based on a passage from the New Testament. We post new devotionals on alwaysabounding.audio every day.
Far from me
The words of Isaiah came to the scribes and Pharisees in Matthew 15:8-9. We hear what God declared in this audio devotional: your hearts are far from me.
They did all eat
There were 5,000 men, plus women and children in Matthew 14:20-21, and they did all eat. Learn what Jesus did with a small lunch in this audio devotional.
All these things
This audio devotional, based on Matthew 13:34-35, is focused on the parables of Jesus. They were an effective teaching tool and a fulfillment of prophecy.
Come unto me
Jesus says "come unto me" in Matthew 11:28-29, promising to give rest. We consider the burdens of life in this audio devotional, and how Jesus can help.
Not worthy of me
If you love father and mother more than me, Jesus says in Matthew 10:37, you are not worthy of me. We look closer at that idea in this audio devotional.
Having no shepherd
Jesus was ministering to people who were like sheep having no shepherd in Matthew 9:36-37. This is an audio devotional about the need for more laborers.
The Pharisees saw it
Jesus sat at Matthew's table with sinners in Matthew 9:11-12. This audio devotional describes their obvious lack of perspective when the Pharisees saw it.
Speak the word only
The centurion in Matthew 8:7-8 said "speak the word only" when Jesus committed to heal his servant. This audio devotional highlights his uncommon faith.