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Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 22nd) Consider Jesus in the Exercise of Praise

ReadingI will declare your name to my brothers; in the presence of the congregation I will sing your praises.” Hebrews 2:12

These are the words of Jesus quoted by the apostle from a prophetical psalm concerning Him. 546 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 21st) Consider Jesus in the Forgiveness of Injury

ReadingFather, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” Luke 23:34

If the Christian precept of forgiveness be estimated by the magnitude of the injury forgiven, then these words of Jesus present to our view a forgiveness of an inconceivable and unparalleled injury. 482 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 20th) Consider Jesus in Communion with God

ReadingAnd in the morning, rising up a great while before day, He went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed.” 549 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 19th) Consider Jesus in Soul Trouble

ReadingNow My soul is deeply troubled.” John 12:27

Soul sorrow was our Lord’s greatest suffering.Compared with this, the lingering, excruciating tortures of the cross, the extended limbs, the quivering nerves, the bleeding wounds, the burning thirst, were as nothing. 583 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 18th) Consider Jesus as Not Alone

ReadingAnd yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me.” John 16:32

There is a sweetness in every cup, a light in every cloud, a presence in every solitude of the Christian’s experience. 529 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 17th) Consider Jesus in Loneliness

ReadingAnd shall leave me alone. John 16:32

Jesus, for the most part, lived a lonely and solitary life. There was much in His mission, more in His character, still more in His person, that would baffle the comprehension and estrange from Him the interest and the sympathy of the world, compelling Him to retire within the profound solitude of His own wondrous being. 530 more words


Daily Devotionals: (Dec. 16th) Consider Jesus as Forsaken by God

ReadingMy God, my God, why have You forsaken me? Matthew 27:46

My soul, was it not enough that your Lord should be forsaken of… 534 more words