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Bible Devotional Thoughs for Leaders, a chapter a day.
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Psalms, chapter 35

God can fight our battles.– God will protect and do justice on behind of His children if we ask. Our verse of reference in Psalms 35 is:   “Lord, you have seen this; do not be s…
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Psalms, chapter 34

God always listens.– God is always ready to listen and respond. Our verse of reference in Psalms 34 is:   “This poor man called, and the Lord heard him; he saved him out of all …
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Psalms, chapter 33

Praise God always.– Praise the Lord, everywhere, let our lives be a song to God’s care and love. Our verse of reference in Psalms 33 is:   “But the eyes of the Lord are on…
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Psalms, chapter 30

Praise God always.– Praise the Lord, everywhere, let our lives be a song to God’s care and love. Our verse of reference in Psalms 30 is:   “that my heart may sing your pra…
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Psalms, chapter 29

God is in control.– Praise the Lord, my soul is lifted up to heaven and my cry transforms into joy because God is in control. Our verse of reference in Psalms 29 is:   “Ascribe …
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Psalms, chapter 28

God feed us and care for us.– We are the inheritance of God, who He promised to bless and care. Our verse of reference in Psalms 28 is:   “Save your people and bless your inheri…
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Psalms, chapter 27

God will never let you down.– We can rest secure and wait for the Lord. Our verse of reference in Psalms 27 is:   “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the L…
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Psalms, chapter 26

Purify me Lord.– Ask God to test and cleanse you. Our verse of reference in Psalms 26 is:   “Test me, Lord, and try me, examine my heart and my mind;” (Psalms 26:2 NIV). …
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Psalms, chapter 22

God Cares For You.– God knows our problems and is ready to fight out battles. Our verse of reference in Psalms 22 is:   “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?    W…
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