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In God We Trust – Daily Devotion

Psalm 20:7
Today is a challenging day for our nation. While many will celebrate a political victory, others will no doubt grieve a loss. Now the real work begins. Not in Washington, but in our hearts. How do we unify after such a divisive time? We must shift our focus from relying on our democracy to living out the four words in our country’s motto: In God We Trust.

Written and presented by Bill Crowder.

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