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Day 19 – Keeping it in Perspective

Daily Devotional – Day 19 “Keeping it in Perspective”  Read:  Philippians 2:1-4; 4:4 The Apostle Paul wrote the book of Philippians from jail and still he had a great view of joy of life.  He could have complained in his writings about his circumstances.  Can you imagine the living conditions?  […]

Day 18 – Praying the Scriptures

Daily Devotional – Day 18  “Praying the Scriptures”  Read:  Any Scripture you want – just pray it!  I remember the first time I tried to pray for a solid hour.  I was about 19 and in my college dorm room.  Before that day, I was praying anywhere from 5-10 minutes […]

Day 17 – Prayer walking

Daily Devotional – Day 16 “Prayer Walking” Read:  Psalm 1:1-3 You’ve heard of praying and you’ve heard of walking but have you ever heard of prayer walking?  It’s a great way to pray for targeted areas like neighborhoods, school, government buildings, and any other place you can walk around.  I’ve […]

Pray With Me

Hey Family Church! I didn’t do a devotional today for the 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting.  I want you to pray specifically about some of the things in this email instead. First, let me start by saying how deeply honored and humbled I am to be your pastor.  I’m […]

Day 14 – Thirsting for the Lord

Daily Devotional – Day 14 “Thirsting for the Lord” Read:  Psalm 63 Most of us have never been thirsty unto death.  Realistically, that only takes a couple of days.  I remember working hard during the summer heat and experiencing fatigue and dizziness associated with dehydration.  I was so overheated from […]

Day 13 – Fasting For a Problem

Daily Devotional – Day 13 “Fasting For a Problem” Read:  Ezra 8:21-23 Fasting and prayer in Scripture occurred for several reasons.  Jesus fasted for preparation in His ministry.  Ezra fasted because he was facing a problem and needed God’s help.  In 538 B.C., the Persians overthrew the Babylonians and the […]

Day 11 – Esther’s Fast

Daily Devotional – Day 11 “Esther’s Fast” Read:  Esther 4:12-16 King Ahasuerus of Persia had been convinced by Haman, his second-in-command, to kill all the Jews because the Jew Mordecai would not bow down to him.  Esther, a Jew, had been chosen as a queen of this kingdom and was […]