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Daily Worship is a great resource designed to help you in your personal devotions. Each weekday morning, and once on the weekends, a new worship guide is published at 5:00am that includes a Scripture passage of preparation, a passage to read and meditate upon, prayer points, and a song of response related to the day's reading. For those that prefer the printed format, they can be downloaded here.

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Daily Worship - Monday, 11/6/2023

Prepare: Psalm 10:1-11 Read Hebrews 3:1-19 Think Ponder for a moment that if you are "in Christ" you are a saint, a "holy one" of God! What illustration does the writer use to picture Jesus as worthy of greater glory than Moses? Ponder v. 6 as a vital encouragement for this present difficult time: "hold fast!" Note that according to Hebrews, the Holy Spirit wrote Ps...

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Daily Worship - Weekend, 11/4-11/5/2023

Prepare: Psalm 9:15-20 Read Titus 3:8-11 Think On Sunday mornings at Faith, we continue to see, through the Epistle to Titus, the way that God works through his gospel in the life of the church and in the lives of Christians. Consider all the ways further noted in this this passage, that the gospel changes us. Spend some time giving thanks that you are not what you ...

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Daily Worship - Friday, 11/3/2023

Prepare: Psalm 9:7-14 Read Hebrews 2:1-18 Think What was the message declared by angels and what did it expose? (See Romans 3:19-21). Where do we find salvation? Who was made a little lower than the angels yet crowned with glory and honor? Jesus took on flesh and blood; who did He come to help? (vs 16) Who is the offspring of Abraham? Why did Jesus become like us, i...

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Daily Worship - Thursday, 11/2/2023

Prepare: Psalm 9:1-6 Read Hebrews 1:1-14 Think Most scholars agree that the author of Hebrews is unknown and there is no introduction. It is considered a "word of exhortation". How did God speak "long ago" and how has He spoken in "these last days"? What do we learn about Jesus in this chapter? Who is He? What has He done? Where is He now? Why is He superior to the ...

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Daily Worship - Wednesday, 11/1/2023

Prepare: Psalm 8:1-9 Read Philemon 1:1-25 Think Who were Philemon and Onesimus? What was their relationship? What does Paul mean when he refers to Onesimus as his child? What was Paul's purpose in writing this letterwhat was Paul asking Philemon to do? Why does he ask it "for love's sake"? The play on wordsuseless, now usefulis a fruit of the gospel transforming a m...

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Daily Worship - Tuesday, 10/31/2023

Prepare: Psalm 7:8-17 Read Titus 3:1-15 Think Paul continues to contrast Christian maturity with sinful immaturity. On a piece of paper or in a notebook list the items in the two contrasting descriptions: Maturity in Christ: Immaturity/Sin: Now write out verses 4-7 in your own hand: Pray Pray through the lists. Then praise God for your salvation.Ask God to work p...

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Daily Worship - Monday, 10/30/2023

Prepare: Psalm 7:1-7 Read Titus 1:1-2:15 Think What a glorious calling Paul has! What are the qualifications of elders? (The terms elder/overseer are likely interchangeable.) On the other hand, who are a danger to the church? What evidence shows that a profession of faith is false? Why is sound doctrine so important? What does maturity look like in older men and wom...

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Daily Worship - Weekend, 10/28-10/29/2023

Prepare: Psalm 6:1-10 Read Titus 3:1-8 Think As a church, we continue to press into Paul's instructions to Titus, and we are seeing that these are very clear and practical instructions about the Christian life and rooted in the gospel! What are the commands of verses 1-8? List the ones you want and in which you need to grow. What are some practical ways to grow in "...

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Daily Worship - Friday, 10/27/2023

Prepare: Psalm 5:1-12 Read 2 Timothy 3:1-4:22 Think Think seriously about vv. 1-5 as a detailed description of TODAY. Is there any item in this list that is not true today? Consider the fact that evil people can "creep into households" digitally as well as literally, and lead people to destruction. Who were Jannes and Jambres? Now consider all that Paul endured for ...

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Daily Worship - Thursday, 10/26/2023

Prepare: Psalm 4:1-8 Read 2 Timothy 1:1-2:26 Think Paul's affection for Timothy is expressed in earnest prayer for him. 8-12 has one of Paul's famously long run-on sentences. So much precious truth! "Guard the gospel" (v. 14) might well sum up both of these letters to Timothy. Who could you "refresh" today? "What you have heard entrust to others" is there someone y...

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