In Nehemiah 9:2, the people of Israel separate from foreign people and gods. This audio devotional is about their confession of sins and turn back to God.
In his prayer and fasting, Nehemiah shows his deep concern for the people of Israel. We focus on a few of the details in our Nehemiah 1:6 audio devotional.
The people of Nineveh believed God in Jonah 3:4-5. This audio devotional is about their repentance and the role that Jonah played in bringing it about.
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.
Isaiah 55:7 tells us that God will abundantly pardon. He will have mercy on those who forsake evil. You'll find more explanation in this audio devotional.
II Peter 3:9 is about God's desire for all to repent and trust Him. This audio devotional expands on that concept and provides evidence for its truth.
Peter tried the direct approach in Acts 3:14-15. This audio devotional called "Ye denied the Holy One" examines that approach and its benefits.
"The Lord shall trouble thee" is an audio devotional from Joshua 7:25. It challenges us to eliminate our sin with lethal timeliness and precision.