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Peace for Our Time | Psalm 29

Guests, Derek Buikema   |     |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Psalm 29 reminds us of the incomparable power of God, and how he makes peace by defeating his enemies.

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To Eat of the Tree of Life | Revelation 2:7

For a church facing cultural and doctrinal pressure it is easy to be sharp in doctrine but dull in love for the lost. Eating of the tree that gives life is the promised solution held out by the risen Christ. 

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As You Wish | Hebrews 12:28

In this devotional we explore what it means to pray for our Father's kingdom to come and his will to be done. We recognize that we are asking that the kingdom which Jesus inaugurated in his first coming will be consummated in his second coming. We are praying for our Father to grow us in grace and conform us to the image of Jesus in our affections, actions, and volitions. May we love and serve him and our neighbors faithfully and fruitfully through the Spirit.

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A Redeemer is Born | Exodus 2:1-10

There is a temptation in the desperate moments of our lives to let fear give way to doubt.  But Exodus 2:1-10 shows us that God can be trusted in the darkest of times.  He is working powerfully on our behalf to bring a Savior, and deliver us from our slavery to sin.  

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An Uncomfortable Table | Psalm 23:5-6

We will consider the outcome of the meal the Lord prepares for us in the presence of our enemies.

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Meals with the Lord | Leviticus 3:1-5

Within the Tabernacle, the Lord set a regular table for his covenant people to enjoy peace and joy with God and to have a foretaste of better things to come.  

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Hallowed Be Thy Name - The Lord’s Prayer | Genesis 11:1-9

This devotional explores the first petition of the Lord's Prayer, "Hallowed be your name." When we make this request we are asking for God's grace to enable us to rightly honor the Lord for who he is, what has done, and what he is doing in and through us. We ask that what we think, do, and say will be informed by his words and works and directed towards his glory.

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