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When the Day Is Rough – Daily Devotion

We all have bad days. And throughout history, music has been a way to relieve stress and help soothe our troubles. But there’s one time referenced in Psalm 137 where God’s people were actually too sad to even pick up their instruments to play the sweet sounds that usually comforted them. Watch as John Beck shares how we can learn from our moments of difficulty.

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Written and performed by Dr. John A. Beck:
Dr. John A. Beck is a scholar, educator, and writer with extensive experience in biblical geography. He has a PhD in theology and Old Testament from Trinity International University and is an adjunct faculty member at Jerusalem University College in Israel. His passion is to make the wisdom of the Bible understandable to Christians, and he has been writing on the topic of biblical geography for more than sixteen years, both within and outside of the Middle East.

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