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Each devotional highlights a passage of scripture and is focused on pointing people to Jesus Christ.
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Thankfully, we have heard of God’s might and blessings. This audio devotional from Psalm 44:1 encourages us to both speak and listen.
We submit “to do thy will,” but does it come from the heart? This audio devotional from Psalm 40:8 seeks to explore that question.
We look at the factors involved in asking the Lord to plead my cause in this audio devotional from Psalm 35:1-2. Thank you for listening.
Psalm 34:13-14 commands God’s people to keep thy tongue from evil. This audio devotional takes a closer look at this passage of scripture.
God spoke and it was done, he commanded and it stood fast. This audio devotional from Psalm 33:8-9 reveals the power of our God.
Blessed is he whose sins are forgiven. We discuss this principle from the old and new covenant in this Psalm 32:1-2 audio devotional.
Psalm 31:24 says “Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the LORD.” Listen to this audio devotional.
We must give God the glory due unto his name, according to Psalm 29:2. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the verse.
If we wait on the Lord and be of good courage, we will be strengthened and encouraged. More in this audio devotional is from Psalm 27:14.
A common prayer of our lives should be Lord, teach me thy paths. We need His guidance, as this audio devotional from Psalm 25:4 emphasizes.
“The earth is the Lord’s and the fulness thereof,” Psalm 24:1 tells us. In this audio devotional, we see how this changes our perspective.
This audio devotional is from Psalm 22:18, which says “They part my garments among them, and cast lots upon my vesture.”