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Psalm 23: A Devotional Short Film

Psalm 23. It recounts the wonderful truths of our comforting, providing God. When we are in a dry wilderness or dark valley, He gently...

Session 4: PRAY | Cling | Bible Study by Author Kim Cash Tate

1 Thessalonians 5:17 tells us to pray without ceasing though we often pray in the moments when life seems out of control. In this...

Psalm 145:18

Take a moment to pray to the Creator.

Does God Forgive Unforgiveness?

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Minor Prophet, Major Prayers (Audio Bible Study) on Discover the Word

Have you ever wondered if God truly hears your prayers? Have you ever prayed for something and received it? How did you feel? What...

How to Respond When Christian Leaders Fall

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How God Changes His Mind – Tony Evans Devotional

Pray with the desire to see God's work being done through you. Power Up, You Warrior! Request Kingdom Prayer when you send a gift to...

Pray Fervently – Tony Evans Devotional

Pray with the desire to see God's work being done through you. Power Up, You Warrior! Request Kingdom Prayer when you send a gift to...

Make Prayer Your First Resort – Tony Evans Devotional

You can contact heaven in order to see things change on earth. Power Up, You Warrior! Request Kingdom Prayer when you send a gift to...

What is Biblical Meditation?

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