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Each devotional highlights a passage of scripture and is focused on pointing people to Jesus Christ.
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“As becometh saints” is an audio devotional from Ephesians5:3-4. It reminds us that no sins are minor and addresses how we speak.
Our communication with others ought to be heavy on that which is good. This is the topic of our Ephesians 4:29 audio devotional.
Paul called himself “less than the least.” This perspective should be a lesson to us and is the subject of our Ephesians 3:8 audio devotional.
Remember, we were as others and by nature children of wrath. This reminder comes by way of audio devotional from Ephesians 2:3.
Christ has made us accepted in the family of God. This audio devotional from Ephesians 1:5-6 focuses on His saving work in our lives.
Paul says “I am glad” you are obedient in Romans 16:19, but calls the Roman church to something higher in this audio devotional.
Men make all manner of sacrifices for brethren, but, what about laying down their own necks? An audio devotional from Romans 16:3-4.
“That ye may abound” is an audio devotional focused on Romans 15:13. It is about the wonderful things Christ provides for believers.
Who are we to judge another man’s servant? This is the question that opens Romans 14:4-5 and this audio devotional on the passage.
“Be not conformed” is an audio devotional from Romans 12:2-3. It encourages us to live with devotion to the Savior and not to our own desires.
Men pursuing their own righteousness outside God’s revealed word will fail. This audio devotional from Romans 10:3 establishes this idea.
“For my brethren” is an audio devotional focused on Romans 9:1-3. It is about Paul’s great desire to see his brethren come to Christ.