The 8 minute devotion exists to give you hope and encouragement through the Word of God. Join Pastor Cameron Walcott as he brings us through the Word of God each day, looking at keys that will build up your faith, provide hope for your journey, and encourage you to pursue holiness and God's very best for your life.
Sun and Shield (Psalm 84:11)
The Lord gives favor to His people, and gives us everything we need for life and godliness. If He gave His very Son for us, why would He hold anything else back? Pastor Cameron discusses this and reminds us of God's blessing and protection on today's episode.
Better Is One Day in Your Courts (Psalm 84:10)
It is better to spend one day in God's presence than a thousand days anywhere else. The value of His presence cannot be overstated! The lowest place in God's house is infinitely better than being a king in this world, as Pastor Cameron discusses on today's podcast.
Hear My Prayer (Psalm 84:8-9)
The psalmist asked the Lord to hear His prayer and give ear to His words. On today's episode, Pastor Cameron reminds us of our need to continually call out to God and believe He will answer our requests!
Strength to Strength (Psalm 84:7)
Join Pastor Cameron as we continue looking at Psalm 84. Those whose hearts are set on Zion go from strength to strength - even when they encounter setbacks and disappointments these are only temporary. The Lord continually gives His power when they are weak!
The Valley of Weeping (Psalm 84:6)
On today's podcast, Pastor Cameron looks at the Valley of Baca (Weeping). As we keep our eyes on eternity and set our heart on God's presence, there will be times of trouble along the way. But God's promise is that these valleys of tears will turn into pools of blessing.
The First Thanksgiving (Psalm 9:1-2)
Happy Thanksgiving from The 8 Minute Devotion! On today's podcast, Pastor Cameron shares about the origin of the holiday, and reminds us of our need as a nation and individuals to live full of thanks.
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