Home again empty

Home again empty

In her view, Naomi was returning home again empty, according to Ruth 1:21. We discuss her view of God and what it can teach us in this audio devotional.

My redeemer liveth

My redeemer liveth

We can say with Job, my redeemer liveth! That is the subject of this audio devotional from Job 19:25-26. Learn why Job had hope when life was difficult.

Full of trouble

Full of trouble

Our few days of life are full of trouble according to Job 14:1. This audio devotional explains Job's outlook on that trouble and how it can help us today.

Though he slay me

Though he slay me

Job's commitment in trial comes to light in Job 13:15, when he says "though he slay me, yet will I trust him." More about that in today's audio devotional.

Thou dost destroy me

Thou dost destroy me

Job is talking to God about his trials in Job 10:8, even telling him "thou dost destroy me." We take a closer look at his words in this audio devotional.

He is not a man

He is not a man

Job says he can't interact with God in the same way he interacts with men in Job 9:32-33. The topic and title of this audio devotional: "He is not a man."

Happy is he

Happy is he

In Psalm 146:5-6 we learn that if a man has hope in God, happy is he. We're encouraged to rely upon the almighty Creator for help in this audio devotional.

Deny me thrice

Deny me thrice

Jesus told Peter, you will deny me thrice in Matthew 26:33-34. This audio devotional is about his false confidence, and our need to surrender fully to God.

They did all eat

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.