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Psalm 6 Devotion: A Prayer of Repentance

Sunday morning, I sat in the church pew. The preacher had exalted us to repent of our sins. As the worship leader sang “Just as I am,” I became convicted of a specific transgression. I knew God was calling me to the altar rail to repent of it and ask for forgiveness. The pull to move overwhelmed me.

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Psalm 4 Devotion: An Evening Prayer

David gives us Psalm 4 which we could read, meditate on, pray to God, or sing in the evening before we go to sleep.  As he wrote this psalm, I wonder if he thought of his time as a shepherd boy in the fields.  Did he look at a starry sky like this and talk to God? 

IFD277 – Growing Through Our Grieving

Course Dates: Not Currently Enrolling Click here to be emailed when new dates are posted These are very dear and touching times, during these COVID days, especially for those dealing with personal grief. How timely may this be for us to explore and share about our grief with others who are also grieving! We will…