God is on His Throne Devotional

Day 115

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Read Psalm 115 The greatest priority for Israel was given in the first of the 10 commandments: 3 “You shall have no other gods before me.4 “You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath...

Day 114

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Read Psalm 114 Embedded in the collective memory of Israel was God’s act of both creating Israel and delivering her from bondage in Egypt. Many of the Psalms recall God’s miraculous deliverance of His people. 1 When Israel went out from Egypt,the house of Jacob from a...

Day 113

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Read Psalm 113 Sometimes we think of God only in terms of restrictions and rules. Our Christian identity can be wrapped up in the things we avoid in order to retain our good reputation and good standing. Religion is reduced to the fear of consequences rather than the fear of God. The...

Day 112

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Read Psalm 112 To fear the Lord means to respect, revere, and worship God above all else. In Psalm 111, the psalmist said, “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” Here in Psalm 112, the psalmist lists the benefits of a God-centered life. The fear of the Lord becomes a...

Day 111

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Read Psalm 111 When the Bible says to “fear” God, it is more than a visceral dread or human anxiety. To fear God is more of a moral choice of respect and reverence. To revere God includes what happens in a worship service but extends to all of life. It means respect for God in...

Day 110

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Read Psalm 110 1 The Lord says to my Lord:“Sit at my right hand,until I make your enemies your footstool.” In Hebrew, David uses two different words for Lord: the first refers to God, the Creator and the second is Adonai, a supreme ruler. The second must refer to the...

Day 109

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Read Psalm 109 David is considered the greatest king of Israel and a man after God’s own heart. One can visit his tomb in Israel today. However, with all his greatness, he faced a lot of hatred: from other nations and even some of his own people. 2 For wicked and deceitful mouths...

Day 108

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Read Psalm 108 David wrote this Psalm having enjoyed many military victories. He had a glimpse of the big picture: God was establishing a nation unto Himself that would be a testimony of God’s power and faithfulness. God would also send the Messiah through Israel. This had all been...

Day 107

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Read Psalm 107 43 Whoever is wise, let him attend to these things;let them consider the steadfast love of the Lord. Intuitively, people think of religion as a balancing act with God. In His divine justice, God weighs our acts and intentions to determine earthly blessings and final...

Day 106

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Read Psalm 106 1 Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good,for his steadfast love endures forever! This Psalm is a testament to the merciful love of God. The psalmist chronicles the history of the Jews into his time. God had delivered them from Egypt through incredible miracles...


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