Text: Psalm 11:1-7 This Psalm is about David and Saul who chose to be the enemy of the former. Saul, in a fit of rage attempted to spear David for the second time. David was then advised by his friend to flee the country. David refused to go and instead placed his trust in the Lord’s protection.[…]

Text: Psalm 10:1-18. In difficult circumstances, the devil deceives you that your God is not interested in you and is far from you. (v.1). Do not swallow the bait, the Lord is always near you, just obey and trust Him! Meditate on verse 17. How are you going to apply it to your life? Father, in the[…]

Text: Psalm 10:1-18. In difficult circumstances, the devil deceives you that your God is not interested in you and is far from you. (v.1). Do not swallow the bait, the Lord is always near you, just obey and trust Him! Meditate on verse 17. How are you going to apply it to your life? Father, in[…]

Text: Psalm 9:1-20. The Lord rebuked and continues to rebuke nations for the evils they commit. He is able to do it because He created them. Unless they repent, they will be destroyed forever (v.5). Meditate on verse 11. How are you going to apply it to your life and family? My heavenly father, in the[…]

Text: Psalm 8:1-9. The psalm concentrates on the glory and greatness of God. David goes ahead to extol the goodness of God using the weakest of children (v.2) to serve His purposes and for creating heavenly bodies as they serve man (vv. 3-4). For man to have dominion over other creatures, yet little lower than the angels (vv. 5-8).[…]

Text: Exodus 20:1-26. It is important to note that the children of Israel had come from Egypt, a country where Egyptians worshiped many idols as gods, and each god had its area of jurisdiction. Therefore they needed to be reminded outright that there is only One True God. This is the reason that this commandment is number one on the[…]

Text: Exodus 19:1-25. God had promised Moses that when they come out of Egypt they would serve Him on this mountain (3:12). And God promised them they will be a treasured nation above all other nations on the condition that they obeyed His law and kept His covenant! (v.5). You will become a special child of God only if you[…]

Text: Exodus 18:1-27. Jethro advised Moses to delegate part of his work load to others so that he could “…Stand before God for the people, so that you may bring the difficulties to God,” verse 19 (NKJV). It was important that Moses prays for the people before God. As a leader, he could not under rate or delegate prayer![…]

Text: Exodus 17:1-16. With every need, the Israelites grumbled. In essence, they declared their lack of confidence in Moses and God. “…Why did you bring us up out of Egypt, to kill us and our children and our livestock with thirst?” Verse 3 (ESV). They went on to question if God was with them (v. 7). These were the[…]

Text: Exodus 16:1-36. The spirit of grumbling was rife amongst the Israelites. Despite the wonders that they had witnessed both in Egypt and along the way they still were unplacated. They reminisced with nostalgia the pots of meat and bread that they fed on in slavery (vv.2-3). This was very unfortunate, as God offered them bread and meat. The bread,[…]