31 Days of Praise | Day 31 God of all the Earth!

Isaiah 54:5 (NIV)

For your Maker is your husband- the LORD Almighty is his name- the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer; he is called the God of all the earth.

The Lord rules the Heavens and the Earth. He is our Redeemer, our Rock, our Fortress, our Refuge, and our Salvation. He is the Creator, the Eternal God, Faithful forever, long-suffering, unchanging, unwavering God of all the Earth! 

All praise, glory, and honor to our Lord. 

I hope you’ve been blessed by this 31-day series focusing on praising our God. Please feel free to share this series with your family, friends, and neighbors. Leave a comment below sharing your feedback about your experience following this series. I’d love to hear from you. 


The Devotional Guy™




Morning Prayer 19 | Operation Christmas Child

Yes, it’s getting to be that time of year again. Sweet T and I have spent the last several weeks ramping up for the 2018 National Collection Week which is rapidly approaching.  Mark your calendars, if you haven’t already, for November 12-November 19. 

Last year, we collected and received over 12,100 shoebox gifts from all around Richardson and the surrounding North Dallas area. We pray for a 10% increase each year. That would put us over 13,000 shoeboxes this year. 


Father God, we pray for Your provision in this incredible ministry reaching millions of children in over 100 countries. We ask that You watch over every detail so that each shoebox gift lands in the hands of exactly the right child. We pray for salvation and discipleship of all those who receive a shoebox gift this year. We ask that You shine Your favor over all those who pack and bring shoebox gifts and ask for Your special blessing for each of our OCC volunteers. In Jesus’ name, Amen. 


The Devotional Guy™

Morning Prayer Bed


Evening Prayer 17

The week is behind us. Perhaps we’ve had a little time to relax today. What is God doing in your life? What is He asking you to do that you find challenging? Perhaps, you don’t know how to answer Him. 

When God told Abraham to go, Abraham packed up and did as the Lord said, leaving his home and community behind. With our creature comforts, this can be difficult to do, even though we love the Lord. Sometimes, He asks us to tackle difficult things. Things we don’t think we can do. But we don’t have to rely on ourselves. We can count on Him.

Prayer: God, give me the strength to seek first your Kingdom and to serve You in a manner that is pleasing to You. Amen.

The Devotional Guy™

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