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Daily Audio Devotionals


Not the very image
Oct 21 • 1 min
"Not the very image" is an audio devotional based on Hebrews 10:1. It provides a contrast between the Old and New Testament systems.
No remission
Oct 20 • 1 min
"Without shedding of blood is no remission." This is a central point of our audio devotional, and our Bible text in Hebrews 9:22.
In their hearts
Oct 19 • 1 min
"In their hearts" is an audio devotional based on Hebrews 8:10. It is primarily focused on the Holy Spirit's work in the new covenant era.
He did once
Oct 18 • 1 min
The pattern of sacrifice repeated in the Old Testament, he did once. Jesus is the focus of Hebrews 7:27 and this audio devotional.
By reason of use
Oct 17 • 1 min
This audio devotional called "By reason of use" is taken from Hebrews 5:14. What is the difference between mature and immature believers?
He himself also
Oct 16 • 1 min
"He himself also" is an audio devotional from Hebrews 5:1-2. Servants must remember that we are no greater than those God calls us to serve.
In all points tempted
Oct 15 • 1 min
Jesus was in all points tempted, like as we are, but without sin. This is the theme of Hebrews 4:15 and the focus of our audio devotional.
More glory than Moses
Oct 14 • 1 min
Jesus is worthy of more glory than Moses. This statement, and its significance, is the subject of this audio devotional from Hebrews 3:3-4.
Crowned with glory
Oct 13 • 1 min
Jesus is crowned with glory and honour. Hebrews 2:9 describes His sacrifice on our behalf. He is the subject of this audio devotional.
The express image
Oct 12 • 1 min
Jesus is the express image of God's person. This statement is made in Hebrews 1:3 and is the primary focus of this audio devotional.
The whole duty of man
Oct 11 • 1 min
The whole duty of man is to fear God and keep His commandments. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 12:13 provides definitions and applications.
Shall tell the matter
Oct 10 • 1 min
If we have a lot of bad things to say about people, we often say them in places where they won't hear us. More from this Ecclesiastes 10:20 audio devotional.
Do it with thy might
Oct 9 • 1 min
This Ecclesiastes 9:10 devotional is about our level of effort in every area of life. We are to strive for excellence in humility, reliant upon God.
In the bosom of fools
Oct 8 • 1 min
Men who show a consistent, unrestrained hastiness to anger are revealing their foolishness, according to Ecclesiastes 7:9 and this audio devotional.
Is not filled
Oct 7 • 1 min
The stories are numerous of those wealthy men that risk everything for just a few dollars more. This Ecclesiastes 6:7 audio devotional tells us why.
Be not rash
Oct 6 • 1 min
Too often, we sin with our mouths, saying too much or too little, at the wrong time or in the wrong place. This Ecclesiastes 5:2 audio devotional may help.
Better than one
Oct 5 • 1 min
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 and this audio devotional tell us why this well-known phrase "two are better than one" has application for our local church life.
All the oppressions
Oct 4 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from Ecclesiastes 4:1. It reminds us that we can know Jesus and have the constant presence of the Holy Spirit - the Comforter.
Whatsoever God doeth
Oct 3 • 1 min
Doing the work of God on our own will have limited impact. But this audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 3:14 tells us God's work will stand forever.
From the hand of God
Oct 2 • 1 min
God gave us the mind, hands, and strength to work. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 2:24 encourages us to remember that He is the great provider.
Longsuffering to us-ward
Oct 1 • 1 min
II Peter 3:9 is about God's desire for all to repent and trust Him. This audio devotional expands on that concept and provides evidence for its truth.
Pollutions of the world
Sep 30 • 1 min
Returning to our sin after coming to know Christ is a sad and all too common problem. This audio devotional from II Peter 2:20 addresses this topic.
There shall be
Sep 29 • 1 min
This audio devotional from II Peter 2:1 warns against false teachers. We must know God's word, have a growing walk with Christ, and act with discernment.
As they were moved
Sep 28 • 1 min
II Peter 1:21 tells us that the Bible was written by men who spoke "as they were moved" by the Holy Spirit. This audio devotional is focused on that topic.
Hath given unto us
Sep 27 • 1 min
This audio devotional from II Peter 1:3 gives all who will put their faith in Christ hope to live victoriously. We have power and wisdom to live for God.
Stedfast in the faith
Sep 26 • 1 min
This I Peter 5:8-9 audio devotional reminds us about our enemy and our need to be vigilant. The devil is to be resisted, as we walk stedfast in the faith.
Submit yourselves
Sep 25 • 1 min
The principle of mutual dependence and submitting one to another is discussed in I Peter 5:5. This audio devotional recommends that we humbly participate.
Which God giveth
Sep 24 • 1 min
God gives His children words of truth and the ability to take action in accordance with truth. This audio devotional from I Peter 4:11 explores this further.
They speak against you
Sep 23 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from I Peter 2:12. It is focused on knowing with certainty in our own hearts that we have done right when we are accused.
Be ye holy
Sep 22 • 1 min
The holiness of God is declared in I Peter 1:15-16. Believers are also given command to be holy. This audio devotional examines declaration and command.
Tried with fire
Sep 21 • 1 min
How many of us consider trials precious? This audio devotional from I Peter 1:7 explores that question and the things that may alter our perspective.
For necessary uses
Sep 20 • 1 min
According to Titus 3:14, we are to maintain good works, for necessary uses. This audio devotional focuses on the usefulness of our works.
Avoid foolish questions
Sep 19 • 1 min
Titus 3:9-11 tells us to avoid foolish questions and unprofitable striving. This audio devotional reminds us that we must also confront heresy.
A peculiar people
Sep 18 • 1 min
A peculiar people are "a people for God's own possession." This audio devotional from Titus 2:14 describes how believers fit this description.
That they may teach
Sep 17 • 1 min
"That they may teach" is an audio devotional from Titus 2:4-5 emphasizing the importance of experienced women of faith in the local church.
To exhort and to convince
Sep 16 • 1 min
Among the many actions of a Bishop, they are to exhort and to convince. This audio devotional reveals this idea, found in Titus 1:9.
Pray for us
Sep 15 • 1 min
A series of prayer requests are provided in II Thessalonians 3:1-2. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the requests and their potential application.
Jesus Christ himself
Sep 14 • 1 min
Our comfort through difficulty and spiritual growth are only possible through Jesus Christ. Learn more in this audio devotional from II Thessalonians 2:16-17.
Your faith groweth
Sep 13 • 1 min
The disciples found in II Thessalonians 1:3 were growing in faith in a major way. Their charity and love were super-abounding. More in this audio devotional.
The will of God
Sep 12 • 1 min
I Thessalonians 5:16-18, and this audio devotional, feature a list of short statements - commands - that work together, but can also be applied individually.
Even as others
Sep 11 • 1 min
This audio devotional from I Thessalonians 4:13 offers an encouraging reminder about those who have died in Christ. Those who trust Him have eternal hope.
Ye heard of us
Sep 10 • 1 min
No spiritual work is ever done apart from the Holy Spirit, who uses the word of God. This audio devotional from I Thessalonians 2:13 gives us an example.
To be put in trust
Sep 9 • 1 min
As disciples of Christ, our job is to proclaim His good news, living in a way that supports its truth. More from this I Thessalonians 2:4 audio devotional.
One mediator
Sep 8 • 1 min
There are not many ways to God. I Timothy 2:5-6 and this audio devotional remind us that there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
For all men
Sep 7 • 1 min
In I Timothy 2:1-2, we are exhorted to care about and pray for all men, particularly those in authority. Listen for more details in this audio devotional.
To save sinners
Sep 6 • 1 min
This I Timothy 1:15 audio devotional reminds us of Jesus' mission in the world, which was to save sinners. And speaks more about how this applies to us.
The wicked flee
Sep 5 • 1 min
Proverbs 28:1 is the focus of this audio devotional: "The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion."
Thy strength is small
Sep 4 • 1 min
"Thy strength is small" is an audio devotional from Proverbs 24:10. It encourages us to admit our lack of strength and rely upon Jesus Christ.
They fly away
Sep 3 • 1 min
Riches make wings and they fly away an eagle. This audio devotional focuses on the fleeting nature of wealth based on Proverbs 23:5.
All the day long
Sep 2 • 1 min
The slothful man covets all the day long. This audio devotional from Proverbs 21:25-26 explains his mindset and the mindset of the righteous.
Shall not escape
Sep 1 • 1 min
A person that tells lies shall not escape the consequences of their actions. This audio devotional makes this point based on Proverbs 19:5.
A good thing
Aug 31 • 1 min
Finding a wife is a good thing according to Proverbs 18:22. We discuss the principal and its practical implications in this audio devotional.
Shall be established
Aug 30 • 1 min
If we commit our works to the Lord, our thoughts shall be established. This audio devotional from Proverbs 16:3 takes a closer look at the topic.
But a false witness
Aug 29 • 1 min
This is an audio devotional from Proverbs 14:5, which says "A faithful witness will not lie: but a false witness will utter lies."
A prudent man
Aug 28 • 1 min
In this audio devotional from Proverbs 12:23 we learn that a prudent man conceals knowledge, but a foolish man proclaims foolishness.
Covereth all
Aug 27 • 1 min
Love covereth all sins can be a confusing phrase; we find it in Proverbs 10:12. This audio devotional seeks to help us understand it.
They are all plain
Aug 26 • 1 min
Righteous words are accepted and relayed by the Godly. They are all plain to people that understand. An audio devotional from Proverbs 8:8-9.
Bind them continually
Aug 25 • 1 min
A young person must remember the commands of parents; bind them continually upon the heart. This is another proverbs audio devotional.
Smoother than oil
Aug 24 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Proverbs 5:3-4 tells us about the strange woman. Her mouth is smoother than oil, but her end is bitter.
Keep thy heart
Aug 23 • 1 min
"Keep thy heart" is an audio devotional from Proverbs 4:23. It reminds us to protect the eye and ear gate from evil, worldly influences.
Instruction of a father
Aug 22 • 1 min
Sound doctrine can be conveyed in the instruction of a father. This audio devotional based on Proverbs 4:1-2 examines this concept.
The Lord by wisdom
Aug 21 • 1 min
The Lord by wisdom created the world. Thankfully, He has also given us His written word. This audio devotional is based on Proverbs 3:19.
With thy substance
Aug 20 • 1 min
The command is to "honour the Lord with thy substance" in this audio devotional from Proverbs 3:9-10. We take a closer look at the topic.
For length of days
Aug 19 • 1 min
For length of days and long life, we ought to trust God, obey Him, and obey our parents. This audio devotional is from Proverbs 3:1-2.
If thou seekest
Aug 18 • 1 min
"If thou seekest" is an audio devotional based on Proverbs 2:3-5. It is about diligently, urgently seeking knowledge and understanding.
A wise man
Aug 17 • 1 min
This audio devotional points us to Proverbs 1:5. We learn a wise man listens, is eager to learn, and always desiring to understand.
Who is one of you
Aug 16 • 1 min
The Colossians receive greeting from Epaphrus, "who is one of you," they are told in the passage. This audio devotional is focused on chapter 4, verse 12.
Redeeming the time
Aug 15 • 1 min
This audio devotional focuses on walking in wisdom, redeeming the time, and graceful and well seasoned speech from Colossians 4:5-6.
No respect of persons
Aug 14 • 1 min
There is no respect of persons with God. This audio devotional makes this point from Colossians 3:25, regarding masters and servants.
Whatsoever ye do
Aug 13 • 1 min
"Whatsoever ye do" is an audio devotional based on Colossians 3:22-23. How do we serve God within the master and servant relationship?
Dwell in you richly
Aug 12 • 1 min
If the word of Christ dwell in you richly, songs will overflow. This audio devotional from Colossians 3:16 describes their content and nature.
Set your affection
Aug 11 • 1 min
If you have been born again, you must set your affection on things above! This is the encouragement of our audio devotional from Colossians 3:1-2.
Rooted and built up
Aug 10 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Colossians 2:6-7 describes a life of spiritual health and stability. A life that is rooted and built up in Christ Jesus.
Now hath he reconciled
Aug 9 • 1 min
"Now hath he reconciled" is an audio devotional based on Colossians 1:21-22. It is about the work of grace that takes us from alienation to acceptance.
Being fruitful
Aug 8 • 1 min
Knowledge of God's will and being fruitful are the primary topics in today's audio devotional. How can be successfully walk daily with Christ?
Since we heard
Aug 7 • 1 min
The audio devotional "Since we heard" is taken from Colossians 1:3-4. It makes note of the faith and love that was on display in Colossae.
I know both
Aug 6 • 1 min
Paul expresses contentment, no matter the circumstances. This Philippians 4:12 audio devotional expands on this theme and urges us to take his example.
Think on these things
Aug 5 • 1 min
Christians must think differently. This Philippians 4:8 audio devotional tells us to set our minds on right and good, things which only come from God.
All things but loss
Aug 4 • 1 min
Paul counted "all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus." This audio devotional from Philippians 3:8 applies that theme.
Shine as lights
Aug 3 • 1 min
Philippians 2:14-15 tells us to do all things without murmurings and disputings. This audio devotional provides a reminder and urges us to reflect Christ.
He humbled himself
Aug 2 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Philippians 2:8 describes the servant ministry of Christ. He is our model for humility and obedience in the Christian life.
Better than themselves
Aug 1 • 1 min
Philippians 2:3-4 is a passage that urges us to consistently and sacrificially put others first. This audio devotional explores how that can unify us.
Striving together
Jul 31 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Philippians 1:27 encourages believers to live "as it becometh the gospel." This means a commitment to growing together in Him.
Unto the furtherance
Jul 30 • 1 min
Paul was willing to face desperate trial for the furtherance of the gospel. This point is made clearly in this audio devotional from Philippians 1:12.
I ought to speak
Jul 29 • 1 min
We must pray for one another to speak the gospel boldly as "I ought to speak." This audio devotional is taken from Ephesians 6:19-20.
For this is right
Jul 28 • 1 min
Children are to obey their parents in the Lord for this is right. We examine an overlooked aspect of Ephesians 6:1-3 in this audio devotional.
Walk circumspectly
Jul 27 • 1 min
The command to every believer from Ephesians 5:15-16 is to walk circumspectly. That is the particular focus of this audio devotional.
As becometh saints
Jul 26 • 1 min
"As becometh saints" is an audio devotional from Ephesians5:3-4. It reminds us that no sins are minor and addresses how we speak.
That which is good
Jul 25 • 1 min
Our communication with others ought to be heavy on that which is good. This is the topic of our Ephesians 4:29 audio devotional.
Less than the least
Jul 24 • 1 min
Paul called himself "less than the least." This perspective should be a lesson to us and is the subject of our Ephesians 3:8 audio devotional.
And were by nature
Jul 23 • 1 min
Remember, we were as others and by nature children of wrath. This reminder comes by way of audio devotional from Ephesians 2:3.
Made us accepted
Jul 22 • 1 min
Christ has made us accepted in the family of God. This audio devotional from Ephesians 1:5-6 focuses on His saving work in our lives.
The Lord is nigh
Jul 21 • 1 min
"The Lord is nigh" to all that call upon Him. This is the lesson of Psalm 145:19 and the focus of this audio devotional.
Except the Lord
Jul 20 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Psalm 127:1 compares our work with God's work. "Except the Lord build the house" the labor is in vain.
Wondrous things
Jul 19 • 1 min
Wondrous things are found in God's word. This audio devotional from Psalm 119:18 encourages us to search and find.
On my side
Jul 18 • 1 min
This audio devotional called "On my side" is from Psalm 118:6 and explains the ideas behind the verse.
Inclined his ear
Jul 17 • 1 min
This is an audio devotional focused on Psalm 116:1-2 called "Inclined his ear." It is about God's attentiveness.
The beginning of wisdom
Jul 16 • 1 min
This audio devotional makes it clear to us that fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, based on Psalm 111:10.
The redeemed of the Lord
Jul 15 • 1 min
"The redeemed of the Lord" is an audio devotional from Psalm 107:2-3 about proclaiming the wonderful redemption of God.
Removed our transgressions
Jul 14 • 1 min
"He removed our transgressions" is an audio devotional from Psalm 103:12. It proclaims the truth of God's wonderful forgiveness through Christ.
Them that turn aside
Jul 13 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Psalm 101:3-4 called "Them that turn aside" is focused on the dangers regarding our eyes and our personal relationships.
Hate evil
Jul 12 • 1 min
"Ye that love the LORD, hate evil" is the way Psalm 97:10 begins. We focus on hatred for evil in this audio devotional and take a closer look.
Number our days
Jul 11 • 1 min
This "Number our days" audio devotional is taken from Psalm 90:12. It reminds us to live according to God's wisdom, because life is short.
Full of troubles
Jul 10 • 1 min
The declaration in Psalm 88:1-3 that "my soul is full of troubles" is the basis for this audio devotional. It is an encouragement to be honest in prayer.
None like unto thee
Jul 9 • 1 min
"None like unto thee" is an audio devotional about the incomparable nature of our Lord and faith. It is based on Psalm 86:8.
All thy wrath
Jul 8 • 1 min
"All thy wrath" is an audio devotional based on Psalm 85:2-3. It is a wonderful feeling to know that we are forgiven and have peace with God.
Better than a thousand
Jul 7 • 1 min
One day in His courts is better than a thousand, Psalm 84:10 says. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the passage and its implications.
The God of Israel
Jul 6 • 1 min
The God of Israel only does wondrous things. This audio devotional reminds us of this principle from Psalm 72:18 in the Old Testament.
Cast me not off
Jul 5 • 1 min
"Cast me not off" is an audio devotional based on Psalm 71:9. The aged believers will always have a place with Christ and in His service.
Sins are not hid
Jul 4 • 1 min
Psalm 69:5 says "O God, thou knowest my foolishness; and my sins are not hid from thee." This audio devotional is about this verse.
Thou art my God
Jul 3 • 1 min
This "thou art my God" audio devotional is focused on Psalm 63:1. It is about our longing for God in a world that is barren, dry, and thirsty.
I will not fear
Jul 2 • 1 min
When people or circumstances threaten, the child of God says "I will not fear." This audio devotional from Psalm 56:3-4 tells us more.
Hide not thyself
Jul 1 • 1 min
David asks God in Psalm 55:1 to "hide not thyself" as he makes supplication. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the verse.
Thou hast saved us
Jun 30 • 1 min
"Thou hast saved us" is an audio devotional based on Psalm 44:6-7. It encourages us to rely on the Lord and give Him the credit for our victories.
We have heard
Jun 29 • 1 min
Thankfully, we have heard of God's might and blessings. This audio devotional from Psalm 44:1 encourages us to both speak and listen.
To do thy will
Jun 28 • 1 min
We submit "to do thy will," but does it come from the heart? This audio devotional from Psalm 40:8 seeks to explore that question.
Plead my cause
Jun 27 • 1 min
We look at the factors involved in asking the Lord to plead my cause in this audio devotional from Psalm 35:1-2. Thank you for listening.
Keep thy tongue
Jun 26 • 1 min
Psalm 34:13-14 commands God's people to keep thy tongue from evil. This audio devotional takes a closer look at this passage of scripture.
It stood fast
Jun 25 • 1 min
God spoke and it was done, he commanded and it stood fast. This audio devotional from Psalm 33:8-9 reveals the power of our God.
Blessed is he
Jun 24 • 1 min
Blessed is he whose sins are forgiven. We discuss this principle from the old and new covenant in this Psalm 32:1-2 audio devotional.
Strengthen your heart
Jun 23 • 1 min
Psalm 31:24 says "Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the LORD." Listen to this audio devotional.
Due unto his name
Jun 22 • 1 min
We must give God the glory due unto his name, according to Psalm 29:2. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the verse.
Be of good courage
Jun 21 • 1 min
If we wait on the Lord and be of good courage, we will be strengthened and encouraged. More in this audio devotional is from Psalm 27:14.
Teach me thy paths
Jun 20 • 1 min
A common prayer of our lives should be Lord, teach me thy paths. We need His guidance, as this audio devotional from Psalm 25:4 emphasizes.
And the fulness thereof
Jun 19 • 1 min
"The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof," Psalm 24:1 tells us. In this audio devotional, we see how this changes our perspective.
And cast lots
Jun 18 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from Psalm 22:18, which says "They part my garments among them, and cast lots upon my vesture."
We will remember
Jun 17 • 1 min
In physical or spiritual battles, rather than relying upon our tools, we will remember the Lord. This audio devotional is from Psalm 20:7.
Converting the soul
Jun 16 • 1 min
Our text for this audio devotional, Psalm 19:7 begins "The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul." We will take a closer look.
Among the heathen
Jun 15 • 1 min
We must praise and thank the Lord everywhere; and particularly among the heathen. This audio devotional is based on Psalm 18:49.
His way is perfect
Jun 14 • 1 min
As for God, his way is perfect. This is the phrase that begins Psalm 18:30 and the idea we examine further in this audio devotional.
The faithful fail
Jun 13 • 1 min
There are too few men of faith and far too often the faithful fail. This understanding is the focus of this Psalm 12:1-2 audio devotional.
His countenance
Jun 12 • 1 min
"His countenance" is an audio devotional based on Psalm 11:7. It is about God's love for righteousness and His view of our victory.
To be but men
Jun 11 • 1 min
Oh, if men would only understand themselves to be but men! This is the prayer of Psalm 9:20 and the subject of this audio devotional.
In the morning
Jun 10 • 1 min
There is something about getting up and addressing the Lord in the morning. This is our audio devotional's focus today, based on Psalm 5:3.
Day and night
Jun 9 • 1 min
The blessed man delights in and meditates upon scripture every day and every night. This is the theme of our audio devotional from Psalm 1:2.
Let us do good
Jun 8 • 1 min
Let us do good unto all men. That means doing something useful, pleasant, excellent, or honorable. This is an audio devotional from Galatains 6:10.
In due season
Jun 7 • 1 min
"In due season" is an audio devotional based on Galatians 6:9. Do not grow weary in well doing, knowing a time of eternal reaping is coming.
Restore such an one
Jun 6 • 1 min
The phrase "restore such an one" comes from Galatians 6:1, which refers to erring Christian brothers. Listen to our audio devotional on this topic.
Even in this
Jun 5 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from Galatians 5:14: "For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself."
Who did hinder you?
Jun 4 • 1 min
Who did hinder you? It's a question that is asked in the subject of our audio devotional, Galatians 5:7, which is about our obedience to truth.
Become your enemy
Jun 3 • 1 min
The question from Galatians 4:16 is "Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?" This audio devotional takes a closer look.
Justify the heathen
Jun 2 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Galatians 3:8 is called "Justify the heathen," based on a quote from the first part of the verse. Take a listen.
Not justified
Jun 1 • 1 min
We are not justified by works is the central theme of Galatians 2:16. This audio devotional focuses on the verse and justification by faith.
Any other gospel
May 31 • 1 min
Galatians 1:8-9 says that those preaching any other gospel should be accursed. This audio devotional focuses on the true gospel and false gospels.
Which is not another
May 30 • 1 min
Some will too easily embrace another gospel, which is not another. This audio devotional brings us a warning from Galatians 1:6-7.
I am glad
May 29 • 1 min
Paul says "I am glad" you are obedient in Romans 16:19, but calls the Roman church to something higher in this audio devotional.
Their own necks
May 28 • 1 min
Men make all manner of sacrifices for brethren, but, what about laying down their own necks? An audio devotional from Romans 16:3-4.
That ye may abound
May 27 • 1 min
"That ye may abound" is an audio devotional focused on Romans 15:13. It is about the wonderful things Christ provides for believers.
Another man’s servant
May 26 • 1 min
Who are we to judge another man's servant? This is the question that opens Romans 14:4-5 and this audio devotional on the passage.
Be not conformed
May 25 • 1 min
"Be not conformed" is an audio devotional from Romans 12:2-3. It encourages us to live with devotion to the Savior and not to our own desires.
Their own righteousness
May 24 • 1 min
Men pursuing their own righteousness outside God's revealed word will fail. This audio devotional from Romans 10:3 establishes this idea.
For my brethren
May 23 • 1 min
"For my brethren" is an audio devotional focused on Romans 9:1-3. It is about Paul's great desire to see his brethren come to Christ.
Spiritually minded
May 22 • 1 min
The spiritually minded do spiritual things and succeed. This audio devotional takes a closer look at this concept from Romans 8:5-6.
Yield yourselves unto God
May 21 • 1 min
Yield yourselves unto God, not your own desires. This is the message of Romans 6:12-13 and the focus of this audio devotional.
We were yet sinners
May 20 • 1 min
Christ died for us while we were yet sinners. This amazing portion of the salvation story is outlined in this audio devotional from Romans 5:7-8.
He staggered not
May 19 • 1 min
Romans 4:20-21 focuses on Abraham and how he staggered not at the promises of God. This audio devotional is about faith and promises.
All have sinned
May 18 • 1 min
Because all have sinned and come short of the glory of God, we all need a Savior. This audio devotional focuses on that fact from Romans 3:23-24.
According to truth
May 17 • 1 min
All of God's decisions and actions are performed "according to truth." Judgement is the top of this audio devotional from Romans 2:1-2.
The invisible things
May 16 • 1 min
The invisible things of God are clearly seen in His creation. This audio devotional from Romans 1:20-21 emphasizes this important point.
Ready to preach
May 15 • 1 min
Paul believed and was not ashamed, therefore he was ready to preach. We look to his example in this audio devotional from Romans 1:15-16.
Choose you this day
May 14 • 1 min
"Choose you this day" is an audio devotional based on Joshua 24:15. We observe Joshua's example of leadership and discuss our responsibility to follow.
I brought you out
May 13 • 1 min
God reminds Israel in Joshua 24:5 "I brought you out." In this audio devotional we consider what God did when He delivered Israel from bondage.
Take good heed
May 12 • 1 min
In this audio devotional from Joshua 23:11 we are reminded: "Take good heed therefore unto yourselves, that ye love the LORD your God."
The Lord delivered
May 11 • 1 min
The Lord delivered the nation of Israel! This audio devotional focuses on their great day of peace and rest recorded in Joshua 21:44.
Give him a place
May 10 • 1 min
This "Give him a place" audio devotional is from Joshua 20:4. It is focused on God's plan for the cities of refuge in Israel.
He wholly followed
May 9 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Joshua 14:14, focused on Caleb. He wholly followed God when he was sent by Moses to spy out the promised land.
The land rested from war
May 8 • 1 min
After the people of Israel took up residence in the land of promise, the land rested from war. This audio devotional is from Joshua 11:23.
The Lord fought for Israel
May 7 • 1 min
On this day, the Lord fought for Israel. In this audio devotional, we look to Joshua 10:14 and learn about an amazing day and a more amazing God.
Go up to Ai
May 6 • 1 min
With the sin of Achan resolved, the children of Israel could go up to Ai again. This audio devotional reminds us of God's abundant mercy.
The Lord shall trouble thee
May 5 • 1 min
"The Lord shall trouble thee" is an audio devotional from Joshua 7:25. It challenges us to eliminate our sin with lethal timeliness and precision.
They fled
May 4 • 1 min
When Israel came up against Ai, they fled. This retreat was a result of sin in the camp. Learn more in this audio devotional from Joshua 7:4.
They took the city
May 3 • 1 min
When God provided the way for Israel, they took the city. This audio devotional encourages us to trust God's character, not question His methods.
Given into thine hand
May 2 • 1 min
In this audio devotional, God reminds Joshua that Jericho is "given into thine hand." He provides reminders and assurances to us as well.
Shall be for a memorial
May 1 • 1 min
Twelve stones in the midst of Jordan "shall be a memorial" for the children of Israel. This audio devotional encourages us to remember.
Passed clean over
Apr 30 • 1 min
The people of Israel stepped out boldly in faith and "passed clean over" the Jordan. This audio devotional focuses on Joshua 3:17.
As I was with Moses
Apr 29 • 1 min
God wanted to assure Israel that He would be with Joshua, as He said "as I was with Moses." This audio devotional is focused on Joshua 3:7.
Truly the Lord
Apr 28 • 1 min
Truly the Lord had delivered the land. In this audio devotional, we find that God's character guarantees He will keep His promises.
He is God
Apr 27 • 1 min
Rahab heard about the God of Israel and found He is God. This audio devotional reminds us of His power and worthiness to be trusted.
We will do
Apr 26 • 1 min
The people of Israel expressed a commitment to follow with the phrases we will do and we will go. In this audio devotional, we look at Joshua 1:16.
Strong and very courageous
Apr 25 • 1 min
In this audio devotional we focus on the command to Joshua to be strong and very courageous. Why does he need these attributes?
I heard a voice
Apr 24 • 1 min
Paul gives his dramatic testimony in Acts 26:14-15. This audio devotional emphasizes the importance of our own testimony and urges us to proclaim it!
They could not prove
Apr 23 • 1 min
Accusations are made in this Acts 35:7 audio devotional. As with all organized oppression of Christianity, the evidence for its harm to the community is missing.
And bound themselves
Apr 22 • 1 min
Forty men wanted to see Paul's preaching stopped "and bound themselves" to kill him. This audio devotional from Acts 23:12-13 highlights their failure.
Kept back nothing
Apr 21 • 1 min
Paul describes his faithful, thorough, and effective ministry in Acts 20:20-21. This audio devotional encourages us to minister in the very same way.
Until midnight
Apr 20 • 1 min
The preaching in Acts 20:7 went on until midnight. This audio devotional is about developing the kind of commitment that will build appetite for the word.
Upon your own heads
Apr 19 • 1 min
"Upon your own heads" is an audio devotional based on Acts 18:5-6. It encourages us to preach the gospel at all times, but leave the results up to God.
Three sabbath days
Apr 18 • 1 min
Paul reasoned with the Jews from the scriptures for three sabbath days. His ministry among them is commended in this audio devotional from Acts 17:2-3.
And were forbidden
Apr 17 • 1 min
A strange thing happens in Acts 16:6-7; Paul is forbidden to preach in Asia and Bithynia. This audio devotional is about prayerful, deliberate preaching.
Through much tribulation
Apr 16 • 1 min
Paul was speaking with experience when he said we "through much tribulation" enter into the kingdom of God. This is an audio devotional from Acts 14:21-22.
As they ministered
Apr 15 • 1 min
As they ministered in the church at Antioch, God called Barnabas and Saul into missions. This audio devotional from Acts 13:2 discusses their calling.
But prayer was made
Apr 14 • 1 min
Peter was in prison "but prayer was made," and it made all the difference. We discuss the work of prayer in this Acts 12:5 audio devotional.
Called Christians first
Apr 13 • 1 min
The disciples were "called Christians first" at Antioch. This audio devotional from Acts 11:26 talks about their commitment and our responsibility today.
How much evil
Apr 12 • 1 min
This audio devotional discusses the first words of Ananias to God when he learned of Saul's conversion and his role in the story. It is based on Acts 9:13-14.
Opened his mouth
Apr 11 • 1 min
In Acts 8:35, Philip opened his mouth to preach the gospel. This audio devotional focuses on this passage and our responsibility to do the same.
He made havock
Apr 10 • 1 min
This audio devotional is about the unexpected benefits of persecution. It is from Acts 8:3-4, regarding Saul; he made havock of the church.
Ye have been now
Apr 9 • 1 min
"Ye have been now" is an audio devotional from Acts 7:52. It is about a portion of Stephen's sermon that is particularly direct and forceful.
Not able to resist
Apr 8 • 1 min
Stephen spoke with a wisdom and a spirit that his listeners were not able to resist. This audio devotional from Acts 6:10 further examines these ideas.
Serve tables
Apr 7 • 1 min
This is an audio devotional from Acts 6:2, which discusses the primary responsibilities of deacons, chief among them to, as this passage says, "serve tables."
Filled Jerusalem
Apr 6 • 1 min
This "Filled Jerusalem" audio devotional is written based on Acts 5:28. It longs for a time when our own home-towns are filled with the doctrine of the Bible.
More than unto God
Apr 5 • 1 min
"More than unto God" is an audio devotional focused on Acts 4:19. It is based on an episode in the lives of Peter and John - and how they handled it.
Ye denied the Holy One
Apr 4 • 1 min
Peter tried the direct approach in Acts 3:14-15. This audio devotional called "Ye denied the Holy One" examines that approach and its benefits.
Such as I have
Apr 3 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Acts 3:5-6 is called "Such as I have." It records a healing encounter with a beggar and the Apostle Peter.
It was not possible
Apr 2 • 1 min
It was not possible that Jesus Christ could be held by death. This audio devotional from Acts 2:24 reveals the meaning of and reason for this.
The times or the seasons
Apr 1 • 1 min
It is not for us to know the times or the seasons, regarding the rapture, the kingdom, or anything else. This is an audio devotional from Acts 1:7.
So had they done it
Mar 31 • 1 min
Do we lack attention to detail in regard to God's commands? This audio devotional from Exodus 39:43 explores Israel's detailed, diligent tabernacle build.
Unto his friend
Mar 30 • 1 min
Exodus 33:11 is a wonderful and almost unprecedented passage of scripture. This audio devotional discusses God's "face to face" conversation with Moses.
The Lord’s side
Mar 29 • 1 min
The question "who is on the Lord's side" from Exodus 32:26 is the focus of this audio devotional. Should we be asking ourselves this question today?
Set on mischief
Mar 28 • 1 min
The people of Israel, as Aaron describes in Exodus 32:21-22, were indeed "set on mischief." This audio devotional describes the problem with this statement.
Make us gods
Mar 27 • 1 min
A lot of faulty and sinful thinking is on display in Exodus 32:1. This audio devotional makes note of the problems and suggests we examine our own hearts.
I am the Lord
Mar 26 • 1 min
This Exodus 29:46 audio devotional talks about the rules and rituals that were in place for priests in this era. And how obedience pointed to the Lord.
For glory and for beauty
Mar 25 • 1 min
A command to make holy garments is given in Exodus 28:2. This audio devotional explores the ability objects or even people have to say something about God.
And be obedient
Mar 24 • 1 min
The people of Israel made a commitment to fully obey the Lord in Exodus 24:7. This audio devotional focuses on their decision and what it may mean to us.
In six days
Mar 23 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from Exodus 20:11, which is perhaps the most well-known passage, outside the Genesis account itself, affirming a six day creation.
How the Lord delivered
Mar 22 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Exodus 18:8 tells the story of Moses' testimony to his father in law. It encourages us to praise the Lord in a similar way.
Found no water
Mar 21 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Exodus 15:21-22 highlights and warns of a classic tactic of the enemy: strike when the people of God breath a sigh of relief.
Then sang Moses
Mar 20 • 1 min
Exodus 15:1 describes a song of Moses and Israel about their deliverance from Egypt. This audio devotional encourages us to praise God in specific ways.
No graves in Egypt
Mar 19 • 1 min
In Exodus 14:11, the people of Israel regret leaving Egypt and lash out at Moses. This audio devotional explores our potential response in hardship.
I will pass through
Mar 18 • 1 min
"I will pass through" is an audio devotional focused on Exodus 12:12. In this passage, God promises to execute judgement on Egypt's gods.
Israel had light
Mar 17 • 1 min
Lacking belief, Egypt was in darkness, while Israel had the blessing of light in Exodus 10:22-23. We look deeper into the verses in this audio devotional.
He that feared
Mar 16 • 1 min
Some, in the context of Exodus 9:20-21, chose to regard the word of God, while others did not. We compare their day to our day in this audio devotional.
He hardened his heart
Mar 15 • 1 min
In a moment of respite, Pharaoh hardened his heart. This audio devotional from Exodus 8:15 talks about the relationship between relief and rejection of God.
I know not the Lord
Mar 14 • 1 min
"I know not the Lord" is an audio devotional focused on Exodus 5:2, in which Pharaoh declares he will not let Israel go. How can this be of help to us today?
With all my wonders
Mar 13 • 1 min
The power and authority of God makes the power and authority of men look so small. This audio devotional from Exodus 3:19-20 reminds us God is in control.
Who am I?
Mar 12 • 1 min
In Exodus 3:11, Moses allows his understanding of human limitations become a justification for faithlessness. This audio devotional examines the topic.
He turned aside
Mar 11 • 1 min
Moses turned aside to see the bush God prepared, it was on fire, but not burnt. The story is told and applied in this audio devotional from Exodus 3:3-4.
Put the child therein
Mar 10 • 1 min
Exodus 2:3 tells us of a mother who fully commits her child to God in a time of crisis. This audio devotional asks if we can learn from this commitment today.
He hardened his heart
Mar 9 • 1 min
In a moment of respite, Pharaoh hardened his heart. This audio devotional from Exodus 8:15 talks about the relationship between relief and rejection of God.
Saved the men children
Mar 9 • 1 min
The midwives mentioned in Exodus 1:17 chose to fear God rather than men. Their obedience is an example for us, which we highlight in this audio devotional.
Among all nations
Mar 8 • 1 min
Jesus, appearing before His disciples, after His resurrection, explains their future ministry on His behalf. This audio devotional is based on Luke 24:46-47.
He is not here
Mar 7 • 1 min
Angels confirm the resurrection of Jesus Christ in Luke 24:5-6. This audio devotional focuses on the events surrounding the discovery of His empty tomb.
Remember me
Mar 6 • 1 min
A thief on the cross next to Jesus asked that He remember him when He came into His kingdom. This audio devotional examines the request from Luke 23:42-43.
Not my will
Mar 5 • 1 min
The sins of the world - our sins - would be placed upon Jesus. This audio devotional from Luke 22:41-42 is about his prayer "not my will, but thine, be done."
I am ready
Mar 4 • 1 min
Peter expresses his willingness to go to prison and death for Jesus in Luke 22:33-34. This audio devotional takes a closer look his story and its application.
This poor widow
Mar 3 • 1 min
Jesus watched those casting gifts into the treasury and noticed a woman giving two mites. She is the subject of this audio devotional from Luke 21:3-4.
I restore him
Mar 2 • 1 min
The story of Zacchaeus is featured in this audio devotional from Luke 19:7-8. Salvation came to his house, he was transformed, and began changing his ways.
He was very sorrowful
Mar 1 • 1 min
We meet a ruler in Luke 18:22-23 that asks Jesus what he should do to inherit eternal life. This audio devotional is about the answer and his sorrow.
If ye had faith
Feb 29 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 17:5-6 assures us that a little faith in a God who has unlimited power, when following His will, can have a big impact.
He hath found it
Feb 28 • 1 min
If a man loses a sheep, no doubt he will leave ninety nine to search for it. A parable making this point from Luke 15:4-5 is the basis of this audio devotional.
He cannot be
Feb 27 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 14:26 says our love for and commitment to Jesus should be so great that our love for family seems like hate by comparison.
Whom ye shall fear
Feb 26 • 1 min
The fear of man and the fear of God are set against one another often in scripture. In this audio devotional from Luke 12:4-5, Jesus puts them in perspective.
On a candlestick
Feb 25 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 11:33 is focused on light. Light is likely to expose the reality within a given space. But it will also do much good.
He had compassion
Feb 24 • 1 min
This audio devotional is about the good Samaritan from Luke 10:33-34. It speaks of his compassion and care and how it presents a good example for us.
Whithersoever thou goest
Feb 23 • 1 min
The man quoted in this audio devotional from Luke 9:57-58 expresses an intention to follow Christ. But did he really know what that would have meant?
And they did eat
Feb 22 • 1 min
There were five thousand men in this assembly and only five loaves and two fishes to eat. Find out what Jesus does in this Luke 9:16-17 audio devotional.
Believe only
Feb 21 • 1 min
In this Luke 8:49-50 audio devotional, we see that Jesus can always be trusted. And He has the power to deliver both the physically and spiritually dead.
Shew how great things
Feb 21 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 8:38-39 focuses on the account of a demon-possessed man of the Gadarenes that was miraculously delivered by Jesus.
He doeth it
Feb 20 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 7:8 is about a centurion with great faith. More than simply believing in what Jesus could do, he believed in who Jesus was.
Cast out first
Feb 19 • 1 min
Luke 6:42 contains one of the more memorable descriptions in the New Testament. This audio devotional explores its theme of dealing with sin appropriately.
Children of the Highest
Feb 18 • 1 min
This audio devotional is based on Luke 6:35. In it, Jesus commands us to live by a higher standard, according to God's example, as children of the Highest.
Thy sins are forgiven
Feb 17 • 1 min
Jesus had the authority to both forgive sins and heal the sick. This audio devotional from Luke 5:20-21 examines a direct challenge to this assertion.
He hath anointed me
Feb 16 • 1 min
Jesus' ministry would be to the poor, the brokenhearted, the captive, the blind, and the bruised. This audio devotional from Luke 4:18 explains.
It is written
Feb 15 • 1 min
Jesus responds to temptation in Luke 4:3-4 by quoting the word of God . This audio devotional encourages believers to live according to His example.
I am not worthy
Feb 14 • 1 min
This Luke 3:16 audio devotional features John's bold witness of the Messiah. It encourages us, like him, to de-emphasize ourselves and point to Him alone.
All that heard him
Feb 13 • 1 min
From the earliest glimpses of Jesus' life, we see Him going about His father's business in humility and power. This audio devotional is from Luke 2:46-47.
Mine eyes have seen
Feb 12 • 1 min
Simeon finally sees the Messiah with his own eyes and speaks with joy of salvation and light. This audio devotional from Luke 2:30-32 rehearses the event.
Good tidings
Feb 11 • 1 min
This is one of the most important and well-known announcements in the history of the world. More information in this audio devotional from Luke 2:11-12.
An horn of salvation
Feb 10 • 1 min
Zacharias rejoices at the birth of John, pointing (as his son would) to the Messiah. This audio devotional from Luke 1:68-69 takes a closer look.
He shall be great
Feb 9 • 1 min
Luke 1:15-16 is speaking of John the Baptist and the mission God will allow him to carry out in the world. This audio devotional makes application for us.
To preserve life
Feb 8 • 1 min
God used the events of Joseph's life to preserve life in Egypt. His story in this audio devotional from Genesis 45:5 is an example for us.
Be over my house
Feb 7 • 1 min
"Be over my house" is an audio devotional based on Genesis 41:39-40. It highlights Joseph's promotion to the number two position in Egypt.
And got him out
Feb 6 • 1 min
When confronted with sexual temptation, Joseph fled and got him out. An audio devotional about this righteous response from Genesis 39:12.
The Lord was with him
Feb 5 • 1 min
Joseph's master saw that the Lord was with him. This is recorded in Genesis 39:3-4 and the primary focus of this audio devotional.
They hated him
Feb 4 • 1 min
Joseph's brothers saw their father loved him the most, therefore they hated him. This is an audio devotional from Genesis 37:3-4.
I am God Almighty
Feb 3 • 1 min
A reminder, I am God Almighty, is included in this recap of God's promises in Genesis 35:11-12. Find out more in this audio devotional.
Deliver me
Feb 2 • 1 min
Jacob prayed "deliver me" at a moment when he feared his brother. This audio devotional from Genesis 32:11 recommends we follow his example.
Leah was hated
Feb 1 • 1 min
Leah was hated by Jacob. This fact is recorded in Genesis 29:31. In this audio devotional, we discuss his hatred and its consequences.
Because the Lord
Jan 31 • 1 min
"Because the Lord" is an audio devotional focused on Genesis 27:20 and Jacob's deception of Isaac, particularly his use of the Lord's name.
A grief of mind
Jan 30 • 1 min
Esau was wrong to marry two Hittite wives and it was a grief of mind to Isaac and Rebekah. This audio devotional is from Genesis 26:34-35.
For he feared
Jan 29 • 1 min
Isaac did not rely upon God for safety, "for he feared." This audio devotional focuses on a second generation of disobedience in Genesis 26:7.
I will go
Jan 28 • 1 min
Rebekah said "I will go" in Genesis 24:58. This is an important phrase for every Christian to learn, as we make note in this audio devotional.
As the Lord hath spoken
Jan 27 • 1 min
This audio devotional, called "As the Lord hath spoken" is based on Genesis 24:51-52. It focuses on parents and the Lord's will for their children.
Send me good speed
Jan 26 • 1 min
"Send me good speed" is an audio devotional from Genesis 24:12. It makes note of a servants concern for his master above his concern for himself.
Abraham was old
Jan 25 • 1 min
When Abraham was old, he was looking back at a life of blessing from the Lord. This thought, from Genesis 24:1 is the subject of our audio devotional.
Caught in a thicket
Jan 24 • 1 min
A ram caught in a thicket was the means by which God provided for Abraham. This audio devotional focuses on the narrative from Genesis 22:13.
And come again
Jan 23 • 1 min
He and Isaac, Abraham said, would ascend the mountain "and come again." This audio devotional from Genesis 22:5 highlights this remarkable assertion.
Take now thy son
Jan 22 • 1 min
"Take now thy son" is the beginning of a command given to Abraham in Genesis 22:1-2. This audio devotional reflects on that portion of scripture.
As one that mocked
Jan 21 • 1 min
Lot seemed "as one that mocked" to his sons in law. This audio devotional focuses on a classic passage about loss of influence, Genesis 19:14.
Bring them out
Jan 20 • 1 min
"Bring them out" is an audio devotional from Genesis 19:4-5. It reveals a lack of understanding of God's power and provision in Lot's life.
Is any thing?
Jan 19 • 1 min
"Is any thing too hard for the Lord?" This question comes to us from Genesis 18:14 and is the subject of this 90-second audio devotional.
And Abram hearkened
Jan 18 • 1 min
Sarai had an idea and Abram hearkened. This was the wrong choice for Abram. This audio devotional from Genesis 16:2 examines the exchange.
And he believed
Jan 17 • 1 min
"And he believed" is an audio devotional about Abraham's faith in God and how it was counted to him for righteousness from Genesis 15:6.
Toward Sodom
Jan 16 • 1 min
When Genesis 13:12 records that Lot "pitched his tent toward Sodom," it tells us something about Lot. Listen to this audio devotional for more.
They will kill me
Jan 15 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Genesis 12:12 focuses on Abram's presumption: "they shall say, This is his wife: and they will kill me."
I will bless thee
Jan 14 • 1 min
God told Abraham, and tells all that will follow Him "I will bless thee." This audio devotional from Genesis 12:1-2 makes note of this principle.
The people is one
Jan 13 • 1 min
"The people is one" is an audio devotional based on Genesis 11:6. The tower of Babel reminds us how quickly evil can again take hold of a people.
My bow in the cloud
Jan 12 • 1 min
God gave us a reminder that He would never again judge the earth by flood. "My bow in the cloud" is an audio devotional based on Genesis 9:12-13.
The waters decreased
Jan 11 • 1 min
In Genesis 8:5 the waters decreased and the tops of the mountains could be seen. This audio devotional follows the narrative of Noah's flood.
In this generation
Jan 10 • 1 min
Genesis 7:1 reveals that Noah is a unique man in this generation. Salvation and judgement are the topics at hand in this audio devotional.
To destroy all flesh
Jan 9 • 1 min
God's plan to judge the world is revealed in Genesis 6:17, to destroy all flesh in a flood. This audio devotional focuses on that verse.
Only evil continually
Jan 8 • 1 min
Can it really be that man's heart was turned to "only evil continually?" In this audio devotional, we look to Genesis 6:5 for the answer.
For God took him
Jan 7 • 1 min
Enoch was not, for God took him. This intriguing story appears in Genesis 5:23-24 and is the primary subject of this audio devotional.
Cain rose up
Jan 6 • 1 min
Cain was very wroth when his sacrifice was not accepted. He rose up and slew Abel. This audio devotional focuses on the story in Genesis 4:8.
Coats of skins
Jan 5 • 1 min
God gave Adam and Eve coats of skins to cover themselves. This sacrifice is outlined in Genesis 3:21 and the subject of this audio devotional.
Was more subtil
Jan 4 • 1 min
The serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field. This is an important phrase in Genesis 3:1 and the subject of this audio devotional.
Thou mayest freely eat
Jan 3 • 1 min
"Thou mayest freely eat" is an audio devotional from Genesis 2:16. Why do we see the single restriction when there is so much else to enjoy?
The breath of life
Jan 2 • 1 min
God breathed into man the breath of life. We are unique among his creation, as this audio devotional points out from Genesis 2:7.
And he rested
Jan 1 • 1 min
God finished His creation and he rested. This audio devotional emphasizes rest, its spiritual benefits, and God's example from Genesis 2:1-2.
In the beginning
Dec 31, 2019 • 1 min
In the beginning God created everything. The Bible teaches creation starting here in Genesis 1:1-2. This audio devotional focuses on that passage.
One mediator
Dec 30, 2019 • 1 min
There are not many ways to God. I Timothy 2:5-6 and this audio devotional remind us that there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
For all men
Dec 29, 2019 • 1 min
In I Timothy 2:1-2, we are exhorted to care about and pray for all men, particularly those in authority. Listen for more details in this audio devotional.
To save sinners
Dec 5, 2019 • 1 min
This I Timothy 1:15 audio devotional reminds us of Jesus' mission in the world, which was to save sinners. And speaks more about how this applies to us.
Pray for us
Dec 3, 2019 • 1 min
A series of prayer requests are provided in II Thessalonians 3:1-2. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the requests and their potential application.
Jesus Christ himself
Dec 2, 2019 • 1 min
Our comfort through difficulty and spiritual growth are only possible through Jesus Christ. Learn more in this audio devotional from II Thessalonians 2:16-17.
Your faith groweth
Dec 1, 2019 • 1 min
The disciples found in II Thessalonians 1:3 were growing in faith in a major way. Their charity and love were super-abounding. More in this audio devotional.
The will of God
Nov 29, 2019 • 1 min
I Thessalonians 5:16-18, and this audio devotional, feature a list of short statements - commands - that work together, but can also be applied individually.
Even as others
Nov 28, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from I Thessalonians 4:13 offers an encouraging reminder about those who have died in Christ. Those who trust Him have eternal hope.
Ye heard of us
Nov 27, 2019 • 1 min
No spiritual work is ever done apart from the Holy Spirit, who uses the word of God. This audio devotional from I Thessalonians 2:13 gives us an example.
To be put in trust
Nov 26, 2019 • 1 min
As disciples of Christ, our job is to proclaim His good news, living in a way that supports its truth. More from this I Thessalonians 2:4 audio devotional.
The whole duty of man
Nov 25, 2019 • 1 min
The whole duty of man is to fear God and keep His commandments. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 12:13 provides definitions and applications.
Shall tell the matter
Nov 24, 2019 • 1 min
If we have a lot of bad things to say about people, we often say them in places where they won't hear us. More from this Ecclesiastes 10:20 audio devotional.
Do it with thy might
Nov 22, 2019 • 1 min
This Ecclesiastes 9:10 devotional is about our level of effort in every area of life. We are to strive for excellence in humility, reliant upon God.
In the bosom of fools
Nov 21, 2019 • 1 min
Men who show a consistent, unrestrained hastiness to anger are revealing their foolishness, according to Ecclesiastes 7:9 and this audio devotional.
Is not filled
Nov 20, 2019 • 1 min
The stories are numerous of those wealthy men that risk everything for just a few dollars more. This Ecclesiastes 6:7 audio devotional tells us why.
Be not rash
Nov 19, 2019 • 1 min
Too often, we sin with our mouths, saying too much or too little, at the wrong time or in the wrong place. This Ecclesiastes 5:2 audio devotional may help.
Better than one
Nov 18, 2019 • 1 min
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 and this audio devotional tell us why this well-known phrase "two are better than one" has application for our local church life.
All the oppressions
Nov 17, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from Ecclesiastes 4:1. It reminds us that we can know Jesus and have the constant presence of the Holy Spirit - the Comforter.
Whatsoever God doeth
Nov 16, 2019 • 1 min
Doing the work of God on our own will have limited impact. But this audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 3:14 tells us God's work will stand forever.
From the hand of God
Nov 15, 2019 • 1 min
God gave us the mind, hands, and strength to work. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 2:24 encourages us to remember that He is the great provider.
Among all nations
Nov 14, 2019 • 1 min
Jesus, appearing before His disciples, after His resurrection, explains their future ministry on His behalf. This audio devotional is based on Luke 24:46-47.
He is not here
Nov 13, 2019 • 1 min
Angels confirm the resurrection of Jesus Christ in Luke 24:5-6. This audio devotional focuses on the events surrounding the discovery of His empty tomb.
Remember me
Nov 12, 2019 • 1 min
A thief on the cross next to Jesus asked that He remember him when He came into His kingdom. This audio devotional examines the request from Luke 23:42-43.
Not my will
Nov 11, 2019 • 1 min
The sins of the world - our sins - would be placed upon Jesus. This audio devotional from Luke 22:41-42 is about his prayer "not my will, but thine, be done."
I am ready
Nov 10, 2019 • 1 min
Peter expresses his willingness to go to prison and death for Jesus in Luke 22:33-34. This audio devotional takes a closer look his story and its application.
This poor widow
Nov 7, 2019 • 1 min
Jesus watched those casting gifts into the treasury and noticed a woman giving two mites. She is the subject of this audio devotional from Luke 21:3-4.
I restore him
Nov 6, 2019 • 1 min
The story of Zacchaeus is featured in this audio devotional from Luke 19:7-8. Salvation came to his house, he was transformed, and began changing his ways.
He was very sorrowful
Nov 5, 2019 • 1 min
We meet a ruler in Luke 18:22-23 that asks Jesus what he should do to inherit eternal life. This audio devotional is about the answer and his sorrow.
If ye had faith
Nov 4, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 17:5-6 assures us that a little faith in a God who has unlimited power, when following His will, can have a big impact.
He hath found it
Nov 3, 2019 • 1 min
If a man loses a sheep, no doubt he will leave ninety nine to search for it. A parable making this point from Luke 15:4-5 is the basis of this audio devotional.
He cannot be
Nov 2, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 14:26 says our love for and commitment to Jesus should be so great that our love for family seems like hate by comparison.
Whom ye shall fear
Nov 1, 2019 • 1 min
The fear of man and the fear of God are set against one another often in scripture. In this audio devotional from Luke 12:4-5, Jesus puts them in perspective.
On a candlestick
Oct 31, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 11:33 is focused on light. Light is likely to expose the reality within a given space. But it will also do much good.
He had compassion
Oct 30, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional is about the good Samaritan from Luke 10:33-34. It speaks of his compassion and care and how it presents a good example for us.
Whithersoever thou goest
Oct 29, 2019 • 1 min
The man quoted in this audio devotional from Luke 9:57-58 expresses an intention to follow Christ. But did he really know what that would have meant?
And they did eat
Oct 28, 2019 • 1 min
There were five thousand men in this assembly and only five loaves and two fishes to eat. Find out what Jesus does in this Luke 9:16-17 audio devotional.
Believe only
Oct 27, 2019 • 1 min
In this Luke 8:49-50 audio devotional, we see that Jesus can always be trusted. And He has the power to deliver both the physically and spiritually dead.
Shew how great things
Oct 26, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 8:38-39 focuses on the account of a demon-possessed man of the Gadarenes that was miraculously delivered by Jesus.
He doeth it
Oct 25, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Luke 7:8 is about a centurion with great faith. More than simply believing in what Jesus could do, he believed in who Jesus was.
Cast out first
Oct 24, 2019 • 1 min
Luke 6:42 contains one of the more memorable descriptions in the New Testament. This audio devotional explores its theme of dealing with sin appropriately.
Children of the Highest
Oct 23, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional is based on Luke 6:35. In it, Jesus commands us to live by a higher standard, according to God's example, as children of the Highest.
Thy sins are forgiven
Oct 22, 2019 • 1 min
Jesus had the authority to both forgive sins and heal the sick. This audio devotional from Luke 5:20-21 examines a direct challenge to this assertion.
He hath anointed me
Oct 21, 2019 • 1 min
Jesus' ministry would be to the poor, the brokenhearted, the captive, the blind, and the bruised. This audio devotional from Luke 4:18 explains.
It is written
Oct 20, 2019 • 1 min
Jesus responds to temptation in Luke 4:3-4 by quoting the word of God . This audio devotional encourages believers to live according to His example.
I am not worthy
Oct 19, 2019 • 1 min
This Luke 3:16 audio devotional features John's bold witness of the Messiah. It encourages us, like him, to de-emphasize ourselves and point to Him alone.
All that heard him
Oct 17, 2019 • 1 min
From the earliest glimpses of Jesus' life, we see Him going about His father's business in humility and power. This audio devotional is from Luke 2:46-47.
Mine eyes have seen
Oct 15, 2019 • 1 min
Simeon finally sees the Messiah with his own eyes and speaks with joy of salvation and light. This audio devotional from Luke 2:30-32 rehearses the event.
Good tidings
Oct 14, 2019 • 1 min
This is one of the most important and well-known announcements in the history of the world. More information in this audio devotional from Luke 2:11-12.
An horn of salvation
Oct 13, 2019 • 1 min
Zacharias rejoices at the birth of John, pointing (as his son would) to the Messiah. This audio devotional from Luke 1:68-69 takes a closer look.
He shall be great
Oct 12, 2019 • 1 min
Luke 1:15-16 is speaking of John the Baptist and the mission God will allow him to carry out in the world. This audio devotional makes application for us.
I know both
Oct 11, 2019 • 1 min
Paul expresses contentment, no matter the circumstances. This Philippians 4:12 audio devotional expands on this theme and urges us to take his example.
Think on these things
Oct 10, 2019 • 1 min
Christians must think differently. This Philippians 4:8 audio devotional tells us to set our minds on right and good, things which only come from God.
All things but loss
Oct 9, 2019 • 1 min
Paul counted "all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus." This audio devotional from Philippians 3:8 applies that theme.
Shine as lights
Oct 8, 2019 • 1 min
Philippians 2:14-15 tells us to do all things without murmurings and disputings. This audio devotional provides a reminder and urges us to reflect Christ.
He humbled himself
Oct 7, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Philippians 2:8 describes the servant ministry of Christ. He is our model for humility and obedience in the Christian life.
Better than themselves
Oct 6, 2019 • 1 min
Philippians 2:3-4 is a passage that urges us to consistently and sacrificially put others first. This audio devotional explores how that can unify us.
Striving together
Oct 5, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from Philippians 1:27 encourages believers to live "as it becometh the gospel." This means a commitment to growing together in Him.
Unto the furtherance
Oct 4, 2019 • 1 min
Paul was willing to face desperate trial for the furtherance of the gospel. This point is made clearly in this audio devotional from Philippians 1:12.
Longsuffering to us-ward
Oct 3, 2019 • 1 min
II Peter 3:9 is about God's desire for all to repent and trust Him. This audio devotional expands on that concept and provides evidence for its truth.
Pollutions of the world
Oct 2, 2019 • 1 min
Returning to our sin after coming to know Christ is a sad and all too common problem. This audio devotional from II Peter 2:20 addresses this topic.
There shall be
Oct 1, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from II Peter 2:1 warns against false teachers. We must know God's word, have a growing walk with Christ, and act with discernment.
As they were moved
Sep 30, 2019 • 1 min
II Peter 1:21 tells us that the Bible was written by men who spoke "as they were moved" by the Holy Spirit. This audio devotional is focused on that topic.
Hath given unto us
Sep 29, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional from II Peter 1:3 gives all who will put their faith in Christ hope to live victoriously. We have power and wisdom to live for God.
Stedfast in the faith
Sep 28, 2019 • 1 min
This I Peter 5:8-9 audio devotional reminds us about our enemy and our need to be vigilant. The devil is to be resisted, as we walk stedfast in the faith.
Submit yourselves
Sep 27, 2019 • 1 min
The principle of mutual dependence and submitting one to another is discussed in I Peter 5:5. This audio devotional recommends that we humbly participate.
Which God giveth
Sep 26, 2019 • 1 min
God gives His children words of truth and the ability to take action in accordance with truth. This audio devotional from I Peter 4:11 explores this further.
They speak against you
Sep 25, 2019 • 1 min
This audio devotional is from I Peter 2:12. It is focused on knowing with certainty in our own hearts that we have done right when we are accused.