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When You Don’t Know What to Pray
September 23, 2018
Pat Damiani
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Overcoming Discouragement

I read the account of Elijah in 1 Kings 17-19 this morning. A lot of things to take away from that passage, but the one that really spoke to me today was in chapter 19 where Elijah runs away from Jezebel and sits down under a broom tree and asks to die. But God, in his mercy sends the angel of the Lord (likely Jesus Himself) to provide food and drink to give him strength for the journey ahead.


An Encouragement and a Warning

The last couple of days I’ve been reading about King Rehoboam – first in in 1 Kings and then in 2 Chronicles. Both accounts are quite similar and they both got me thinking about a lot of potential parallels with many of our political leaders today.


Delighting in God’s Word

Been a while since I’ve posted my thoughts from my Bible reading, but I have been doing a pretty good job of keeping up with my Bible reading plan.
Today’s reading was the second half of Psalm 119. That is undoubtedly one of my favorite chapters in the Bible because it expresses what I want my attitude to be toward God’s Word. While I think it’s important to have a plan to read the Bible systematically, I don’t ever want reading the Bible to become an obligation or duty.