Join Dr. Markus McDowell for this summary of all of the prayers in Deuteronomy. They encompass a variety of blessings, praises, intercessions, and thanksgiving. How can we learn to use these prayers in our own practice?
Study couples around you who have been together for 50 years or more. You’ll find that problems have driven them together rather than pull them apart…that their lifelong partnership is a never-ending vow to cling to each other and care for each other, no matter what.
Read this brief introduction to the prayers found in the book of Deuteronomy, in preparation for studying each of the prayers in detail. Like what we might think, the prayers in the Bible are not mostly asking God for things. Deuteronomy is a good example of this.
God’s presence replaces all fear with confidence, uncertainty with security, and conflict with an incredible sense of peace. There are no gray areas here, just black and white. While these verses apply to a couple of adventurous and bumbling hikers, they most certainly apply to any of you struggling through adversity.
I woke up this morning, opened the paper, and came face-to-face with evil: Gunman kills at least 20 (18 children), charges filed against candidate scam in Florida, Southern Baptist leaders plan release of secret abusers list, and inside China people for disturbing the social order (persecuted fo ...