John 3:19-20 describes how men run from light and reproof. But this audio devotional encourages us to run to the Light and embrace deliverance.
This audio devotional from John 1:29 examines an exciting statement from John the Baptist. And tells of the wonder of sin forgiven by the Messiah!
This I Timothy 1:15 audio devotional reminds us of Jesus' mission in the world, which was to save sinners. And speaks more about how this applies to us.
Men who show a consistent, unrestrained hastiness to anger are revealing their foolishness, according to Ecclesiastes 7:9 and this audio devotional.
Too often, we sin with our mouths, saying too much or too little, at the wrong time or in the wrong place. This Ecclesiastes 5:2 audio devotional may help.
The story of Zacchaeus is featured in this audio devotional from Luke 19:7-8. Salvation came to his house, he was transformed, and began changing his ways.
Returning to our sin after coming to know Christ is a sad and all too common problem. This audio devotional from II Peter 2:20 addresses this topic.
The question "who is on the Lord's side" from Exodus 32:26 is the focus of this audio devotional. Should we be asking ourselves this question today?
A lot of faulty and sinful thinking is on display in Exodus 32:1. This audio devotional makes note of the problems and suggests we examine our own hearts.
In Exodus 14:11, the people of Israel regret leaving Egypt and lash out at Moses. This audio devotional explores our potential response in hardship.
"Ye have been now" is an audio devotional from Acts 7:52. It is about a portion of Stephen's sermon that is particularly direct and forceful.
This audio devotional based on James 4:1 is focused on our relationships and communication. "Wars and fightings," encourages us to examine ourselves.