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Today's Devotion

Hear My Cry

  • September 21, 2019 | Psalm 28:8
Devotions

Silence can be a powerful weapon. During conflict, we might use silence as a way of defense or retreat. This is true not only in human relationships but also in our relationship with God. The Psalms model for us ways to engage with God even in the midst of intense suffering.

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