"Behold, I am vile," is the response from Job after he hears directly from God. We discuss our insignificance in comparison to God in this audio devotional.
In Job 38:4-5, God asks "Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth?" This audio devotional is about Job recognizing his place in the world.
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.
Matthew 7:3 asks a question about our vision. Have readers considered "thine own eye?" This audio devotional is about examining our own discipleship first.
According to Isaiah 64:8, he is our potter and we are the clay. This is an audio devotional about submission, surrender, and being the work of His hand.
In the day Isaiah 2:11 speaks about, lofty looks will be cast down. This audio devotional focuses on the rule and reign of God and the humbling of men.
God gave us the mind, hands, and strength to work. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 2:24 encourages us to remember that He is the great provider.
From the earliest glimpses of Jesus' life, we see Him going about His father's business in humility and power. This audio devotional is from Luke 2:46-47.
Paul counted "all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus." This audio devotional from Philippians 3:8 applies that theme.