A video devotion from Psalm 29, verses 1 and 2, entitled, "Give unto the Lord." What do we owe the Lord? We owe everything to the Lord! Everything we are and everything we ever hope to be, belongs to the Lord; all of the good we have ever done or ever will do is a result of His grace and goodness to us.
A video devotion from Psalm 28, verses 6 through 9 entitled, "The Lord Is My Strength." The truth that each child of God has learned is: the Lord is my strength! Oh, we enter the decade of our twenties with high hopes for the great things we will accomplish with our lives, but by our thirties we begin to realize that we do not accomplish anything by ourselves. We see God working through the events of our lives in ways we could never have imagined.
A video devotion from Psalm 28, verses 3 through 5, entitled, "Insulated." Does there ever come a time in the Christian life when we are insulated from the devices of the wicked? Do we ever reach that state of spiritual maturity where we do not need to be afraid of the temptations of the world? We may not have the ability to fight the devices of the wicked, but God does!
A video devotion from Psalm 28, verses 1 and 2, entitled, "Hope." Even in the middle of the greatest of times, it seems as though we are only a breath away from despair, for such is the world in which we live. One day's rejoicing in the Lord may lead to the next in which He seems to be silent to our cries for help.Let us, like the psalmist, find our hope and trust to be resting in the arms of the Lord.
A video devotion from Psalm 27, verses 11 to 14, entitled, "Wait." Now that is, perhaps, one of the most difficult words in the English language to hear. Do you think it was any easier for David, King of Israel? When the armies were advancing against him, the last thing David wanted to do was wait. As Christians, let us pray that God would grant us wisdom, patience, and hope, along with a fervent desire to walk in His ways.
"Thy Face" is the name of this video devotion from Psalm 27, verses 6 through 10. What kind of relationship do we personally have with the Lord? Do we, like David, fear the times when God would seemingly hide his face from us? Or, are we so busy living our daily lives that we have no time to even think or care about where God is in relation to ourselves?
"He Shall Hide Me" is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 27, verses 4 through 5. As Christians, it is important that we remember that all of our steps are ordered by the Lord. From our first step until our very last step, we walk in the way already planned by God. Nothing we experience here will compare to the glories that wait us when we meet Christ face to face.
"The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear?" David poses this question in this video devotion from Psalm 27, verses 1 through 3. Who is your light and salvation? To whom do you go when everything is dark and discouraging--when there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel? As Christians, we all have the same access to God as did David, and we have just as much right to lay claim to God's help in times of need.
"Stand Tall" is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 26, verses 6 through 12. What was the secret to King David's success? David said, "LORD, I have loved the habitation of thy house, and the place where thine honour dwelleth." It does not take long for us, as women of God to realize that all of the honor and praise goes to God, alone.
"Judge, Examine, and Prove" is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 26, verses 1 through 5. Let us, by the grace of God, leave the vanity of this world and set our faces toward our only, true, and living king, God Almighty, remembering that He has saved us for a purpose. Only when we are actively pursuing that purpose will we, like David, be able to say, without fear, "Judge, examine, and prove me, oh God!"
"I Wait on Thee," is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 25, verses 16 through 22. As Christians, let us remember, when life seems to surround us with difficulties and complications, the words of King David, I wait on Thee. That is our calling! Let us, by the grace of God, refrain from being fair-weather Christians. God is God in the bad times as well as the good times, and we are not!
Secret of the Lord is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 25, verses 12 through 15. Psalm 25 presents the most secretive secret in the whole world . . . Everyone is chasing after the world, when the only true success lies in the hand of God.
"Mercy and Truth" is a video devotion from Psalm 25, verse 8 through 11. In 2 words, David described God. What 2 words would our acquaintances use to describe us? By God's grace may our lives, instead, be characterized by mercy and truth.
"Remember Not" is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 25, verses 6 through 7. David asks God to remember his tender mercies and his loving kindnesses, but to remember not the sins of his youth. How can God do that? How can God remember his mercy and love and yet overlook our sins? God does not overlook our sins; neither does he, in a grandfatherly way, understand that life is rough and pat us on the back and say, "It's OK."
"Show Me" is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 25, verses 4 through 5. David had a right to say to God, "Show me your ways." You see, we do not worship a God of wood or stone who has eyes that do not see and ears that do not see. God is a living God who sees and hears the cries of His people, and responds on their behalf. What an amazing God we have!
The title of this video devotion from Psalm 25, verses 1 through 3, is "Unto Thee." It is not difficult, when one reads the Psalms of David, to understand the reason for his strength. Continually, David cried to God, Unto thee, O LORD, do I lift up my soul. From the innermost depths of his heart, David's love for God was steadfast and sure; he never forgot his First Love!
"King of Glory," is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 24, verses 7 through 10. Nothing we have ever said or done has made us worthy to receive the honor and glory due to His name. By His grace may we lift up our hearts and receive this King of glory, and by His grace, may we live with Him and for Him forever more!
"A Pure Heart" is a video devotion from Psalm 24, verses 3 through 6. A time will come when every single person on this earth from time past, to the present, and on into the future will have to stand before God and give an account for the choices made in this life time. When God looks at your life, what will He see? What is God really looking for? God is looking for a pure heart!
A video devotion from Psalm 24, verses 1 and 2, entitled, "The Lord's Earth." The earth is the LORD's. Do we understand the implications of that statement? God created this marvelous world--perfect in its beauty and endless in its amazing variety of plants and animals. Man sinned, and the world would never be the same. God has given man the responsibility to dress and keep this world. How effective have we been?
The 23rd Psalm is a video Bible devotion from the King James Version of Psalm 23. Christ is our faithful Shepherd who knows who His true sheep are and never neglects or abandons them. With the Psalmist we may say in confidence, Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
A Bible devotion from Psalm 22, verses 29 through 31, entitled, "The Bigger Picture." At the end of Psalm 22, David takes a moment to pause and look at the bigger picture. When one considers the bigger picture--from the beginning to the end of time, who matters the most? God! David reminds us that no one can keep alive his own soul, and in the end, all will worship God!
"All Shall Worship," is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 22, verses 25 through 28. This is the true reality of life! The time will come, as David tells us in verse 27 of Psalm 22, when all shall worship the Lord. What a glorious time that will be.
"Glorify Him," is the title of this video devotion from Psalm 22, verses 22 through 24. David's message from Psalm 22 is rather simple: praise him, glorify him, and fear him, but through the message is rather simple, how effective are we, as children of God, in carrying out those commands?
"God's Word" is a video devotion from Psalm 22, verses 12 through 21. God's Word is a living Word! We must be careful that we do not treat it as an historical document out of touch with our modern day times. World history, of which we are a part, continues to unfold exactly as God revealed it to us in his Word.
A video devotion from Psalm 22, verses 6 to 11 entitled, "Rejection!" From a very young age we learn the bitter taste of rejection. It does not take us long to realize that compliance brings with it great rewards. So, with not much conscious thought we go through our days in much the same manner as everyone else. But, what happens when living in the same manner as everyone else brings us in direct opposition to the commandments of God?
A video devotion from Psalm 22, verses 1 to 5 entitled, "Where Are You God?" God is not dead; He does not sleep, and He never forgets his own! Our fathers trusted in God, and he delivered them. So, too, will God deliver us from all evil; so, too, will we join our fathers of bygone days in the glorious kingdom that God is preparing for his saints.
A video devotion from Psalm 21, verses 8 through 13 entitled, "Who Rules?" Who rules our own personal worlds? Are we the master of our own destinies? Make no mistake that even the ordinary events of our days are brought about by the hand of God.
"Betrayal," is a video devotion from Psalm 21, verses 3 through 7. How real is this God we serve? Is our worship of God just mere form and wishful thinking, or are we speaking of a true, living God who lives and interacts with his people? Let us remember, that though the world is filled with betrayal, hatred, and violence, we serve a living, faithful God whose days will never end.
A video devotion from Psalm 21, verses 1 and 2, entitled, "Joy in the Lord." As Christians, we are called to live above the selfish and arrogant attitudes of the world. We know that our strength does not lie in ourselves, but in God, so let us live as though we believe that is true. We are called by God, given a mission by God, and equipped by God with everything we need to fulfill that mission.
"Now Know I" is a video devotion from Psalm 20, verses 6 to 9. when all is said and done, where do we put our trust? Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: they are brought down and fallen. We will remember the name of the LORD our God: we are risen, and stand upright. Now know I that the Lord saves!
A video devotion from Psalm 20, verses 1 through 5, entitled "According to Your Heart." If all of the blessings found in verses 1-3 are based upon our own heart's relationship to God, how much can we expect God to fulfill these blessings in our own lives? In a time when the world is rushing after wickedness, let us, by the grace of God, return to God, our first love.