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A Desperate Need for God – Daily Devotion

There are countless ways to worship God, such as through song, dance, and offerings. But Psalm 71:7–8 reminds us that we can get at the heart of worshiping God by admitting our desperate need for Him. Watch today’s devotional to learn more.

Written by Xochitl Dixon. Presented by Alisha Perry.

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