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Daily Devotional | October 21

Tweet Day 295  “For who is God besides the Lord? And who is the Rock except our God?” (Psalms 18:31) The Psalmist poses the question that everyone must answer; is there any God besides the Lord? God is God and there is no one that can rival him in power, or glory, or love. But we put our trust in other gods, in people, or fate, or in ourselves. There is no better foundation than God. Make sure that you are trusting in God and not anything or anyone else.  There is no other Rock except our God.


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Daily Devotional | October 20

Tweet Day 294  “As for God, His way is perfect; the word of the Lord is proven; He is a shield to all who trust in Him.” (Psalms 18:30) The way of the Lord is perfect; there is no flaw in what God does. His way has been proven to be trustworthy so you can count on it. God’s word is accurate and never fails. Put your faith in God because his way is perfect; his word is proven and he will be your shield.


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Daily Devotional | October 19

Tweet Day 293  “He is the Rock, his works are perfect, and all his ways are just. A faithful God who does no wrong, upright and just is he.” (Deuteronomy 32:4) You can trust God with your life because of his impeccable character. God is perfect and all he does is upright and just. He is does no wrong and his motives are always pure. You can depend on God’s faithfulness. He is the Rock, the unmovable foundation beneath your feet. In these times of uncertainty and inconsistencies God remains true and trustworthy. Cast your cares at his feet and put your trust in him; God will never fail you.


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Daily Devotional | October 18

Tweet Day 292  “I will proclaim the name of the Lord. Oh, praise the greatness of our God!” (Deuteronomy 32:3) Moses is praising the Lord because Israel has been delivered from Pharaoh and his armies. In his song of thanksgiving Moses lets it be known that he will praise the greatness of God, he will proclaim the name of the Lord. There is power in praise, in speaking out what is true of God. You need to proclaim the greatness of God today, to say it out loud in praise. Affirm what is true, say it with joy and thanksgiving, “God is great and his name is worthy of praise!”


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Daily Devotional | October 17

Tweet Day 291  “The Lord is high above all nations, His glory above the heavens.” (Psalms 113:4) God is above everything and above everyone; there is no one his equal. There is no power on the earth or in the heavens that can stand against him. When you get overwhelmed with the struggles of life remember how great God is and that nothing is impossible for him. Let faith rise in your heart and turn your problems over to God. God is greater than any obstacle and above any force that would try to rob you of your blessings.


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Daily Devotional | October 16

Tweet Day 290  “Praise the Lord, you his servants; praise the name of the Lord. Let the name of the Lord be praised, both now and forevermore.” (Psalms 113:1-12) One of the privileges of being a believer, a Jesus follower, is that we get to praise him; we get to extol the Lord’s greatness. The Psalmist calls on all God’s servants to praise the name of the Lord. He challenges us to honor God by letting others know how good he is and by declaring all the wonderful things he has done. This is your assignment, to praise the name of the Lord forevermore. Start today. Make it one of your daily priorities to praise the Lord. Get creative!  Speak his praise, sing his praises, dance in praise to him, and praise him with all your heart. Lift up your voice and let the Lord be praised!


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Daily Devotional | October 15

Tweet Day 289  “From the rising of the sun to the place where it sets, the name of the Lord is to be praised.” (Psalms 113:2) All across the earth, from east to west, the Lord is to be praised. Every place is a good place to praise God, and any time is a good time to give him thanks. Take time today to praise the Lord and to give him thanks.  You will be happier for doing it and God will be glorified in your praises.


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Daily Devotional | October 14

Tweet Day 288  “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water.” (John 4:10) Jesus makes this declaration to the Samaritan woman at the well. The One who could satisfy every longing of her soul stood in front of her but she didn’t know it. Too often we are busy digging our own well, trying to fill the emptiness in our life ourselves, unaware that Jesus is right there waiting for us to ask for his water. Open the eyes of your heart to recognize that Jesus is already at work in you. He is eager to meet your need and draw you close to himself. All you have to do is ask and he will fill you with his living water.


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Daily Devotional | October 13

Tweet Day 287  “He will lead them to springs of living water.” (Revelation 7:17) God’s desire for you is that you drink from his spring of living water so that your soul never thirsts again. He is the fountain and the Holy Spirit is the water. When you ask him for water he pours his Spirit into you and he uncaps a fountain inside of you that will continue feeding your soul day after day. Don’t try to satisfy your thirst on your own. Come to the Living Waters, for there is where you will find all that your soul is thirsty for.


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Daily Devotional | October 12

Tweet Day 286  “And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.” (John 6:35) All that you need for life is found in Jesus. He calls people to come to him, to know him and experience the life that is found in him. As the Bread of Life Jesus will fill anyone who is hungry for righteousness and quench the thirst of all whose soul is longing for God. You have an open invitation to draw close to Jesus and find the fullness of life that you need. Open your heart to him and you will never be hungry again, you will never be thirsty again.