Daily Devotional

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SUNDAY (5/9/21)

Spend some time just sitting with the Father this morning.

Listen to this hymn and be peaceful before the Lord:

Search Me, O God:

SATURDAY (5/8/21)

  • Read Psalm 139

Take some time to ponder the following questions today:

  • How does God’s intimate knowledge of all your thoughts, your deeds, your comings and goings, make you feel?
  • Are there parts of your physical body that you wonder why God knit them together the way that He did? Can you talk to Him about that?

Pray through these words from Psalm 139:

Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.

FRIDAY (5/7/21)

  • Read Psalm 65

Set aside some time today and reflect on the following questions:

  • How have you seen the Lord fill you with good things?
  • Read this Psalm aloud, slowly and ponderously. What pops out to you that you can praise God for?

THURSDAY (5/6/21)

  • Read Psalm 29

Take some time to reflect on the following questions today:

  • What do we learn about God from these verses?
  • What is our responsibility as described here?
  • How have you seen the Lord bless you with strength and peace?

WEDNESDAY (5/5/21)

  • Read Psalm 8

Reflect on these questions as you go about your day today:

  • Why do you think God is mindful of mankind?
  • How do you think it works that the praise of children creates a stronghold against the enemy?

Close your eyes and listen to this song.

  • Psalm 8:

TUESDAY (5/4/21)

  • Read Psalm 104

Reflect on the following questions today:

  • Of all the marvelous works listed here, which impact your daily life?
  • What is the most amazing to you as you read?
  • What do you learn about God from these verses?

MONDAY (5/3/21)

We are going to spend the next couple weeks looking at some of the
passages in the Bible that talk about the original creation. As we are
digging into New Creation on Sundays in Revelation, we are going to
spend the devotional time investigating more about the creation that
we see outside around us!

  • Read Psalm 19

Ponder the following questions today:

  • If we could hear the speech of the heavens, what do you think they are saying?
  • In creation, what moves you the most to prayer and worship of the creator?
  • How do verses 7- 14 relate to the first 6 verses?

Spend a few minutes praying these words about yourself from
Psalm 19:

  • Forgive my hidden faults.
  • Keep your servant also from willful sins; may they not rule over me.
  • May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer