I Am Not a Theologian

By Lucas Newell Psalm 23 I am not a Theologian. Nor am I a philosopher. Neither am I a half-decent devotional writer. So when I was asked to write a devotional, I freaked out. I hadn’t planned it, I wasn’t ready for it, and I didn’t really want to do it. However, it doesn’t seem...
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An Evening Prayer

By Mary Johns Psalm 4 Have you ever had trouble going to sleep or staying asleep? Do you ever wonder if God listens and answers your prayers? In Psalm 4, David is demanding and assertive with God when he prays his evening prayer: Answer me when I pray to you!! Make things easier...
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Living Together in Unity

By Mike Neely Psalm 133 This Psalm states in verse 1:  “How good and pleasant it is when brothers live in unity”.  The Psalmist goes on to state in verse 2:  “It is like precious oil poured on the head, running down on the beard”. What do you think of when the word “unity” is...
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First Day

By Garrett Vickrey Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24 My calendar is wrong. Typically, weekly calendars start with Sunday at the left margin and move to Saturday at the far right. But, I’m a preacher. And my week leads up to Sunday. My calendar begins with Monday and ends with Sunday so that I...
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All About Me

By Lori Tyler Psalm 31:1-4, 15-16 David was a man after God’s own heart. David was called by God. He worshiped Him with all his being. His Psalms praise God as King of Creation, Lord of All, and Light of the World. David knew his place. God was God, and he was not. But I think...
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Pain, Fears and Doubts

By David Goree Psalm 22 Years ago I was in a play at Manor Baptist Church. The play had two characters: Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot. I played Judas. The play portrayed the two disciples meeting after they had each betrayed the Lord in their own ways. Let me tell you: it was...
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Serve and Remember

By Bridgette Langford Psalm 116 :1-2, 12-19 On this Thursday before Easter known at Maundy Thursday, we are to remember the importance of the commandments that Jesus instructed his disciples to obey at the Last Supper. They were to love with humility by serving one another and to...
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Quickly!

By Jennie Mayes Psalm 70 Psalm 70 is an almost exact replica to Psalm 40: 13-17 and Psalm 35:4,21,26,& 27 and Biblical scholars say the repetition through the Psalms served as a reminder to David, who often experienced enemies and needed to hear this message again....
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