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Pray through the Bible verse by verse with Mary DeMuth. When life overwhelms you, unburden yourself through prayer and experience God's nearness. God is listening.

Pray Every Day Mary DeMuth

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Pray through the Bible verse by verse with Mary DeMuth. When life overwhelms you, unburden yourself through prayer and experience God's nearness. God is listening.

    Isaiah 20

    Isaiah 20

    Today’s Scripture:







    In the year when King Sargon of Assyria sent his commander in chief to capture the Philistine city of Ashdod,[a] 2 the Lord told Isaiah son of Amoz, “Take off the burlap you have been wearing, and remove your sandals.” Isaiah did as he was told and walked around naked and barefoot.







    3 Then the Lord said, “My servant Isaiah has been walking around naked and barefoot for the last three years. This is a sign—a symbol of the terrible troubles I will bring upon Egypt and Ethiopia.[b] 4 For the king of Assyria will take away the Egyptians and Ethiopians[c] as prisoners. He will make them walk naked and barefoot, both young and old, their buttocks bared, to the shame of Egypt. 5 Then the Philistines will be thrown into panic, for they counted on the power of Ethiopia and boasted of their allies in Egypt! 6 They will say, ‘If this can happen to Egypt, what chance do we have? We were counting on Egypt to protect us from the king of Assyria.’”







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    • 5 min
    Isaiah 19

    Isaiah 19

    Today’s Scripture:







    This message came to me concerning Egypt:







    Look! The Lord is advancing against Egypt,    riding on a swift cloud.The idols of Egypt tremble.    The hearts of the Egyptians melt with fear.







    2 “I will make Egyptian fight against Egyptian—    brother against brother,neighbor against neighbor,    city against city,    province against province.3 The Egyptians will lose heart,    and I will confuse their plans.They will plead with their idols for wisdom    and call on spirits, mediums, and those who consult the spirits of the dead.4 I will hand Egypt over    to a hard, cruel master.A fierce king will rule them,”    says the Lord, the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.







    5 The waters of the Nile will fail to rise and flood the fields.    The riverbed will be parched and dry.6 The canals of the Nile will dry up,    and the streams of Egypt will stink    with rotting reeds and rushes.7 All the greenery along the riverbank    and all the crops along the river    will dry up and blow away.8 The fishermen will lament for lack of work.    Those who cast hooks into the Nile will groan,    and those who use nets will lose heart.9 There will be no flax for the harvesters,    no thread for the weavers.10 They will be in despair,    and all the workers will be sick at heart.







    11 What fools are the officials of Zoan!    Their best counsel to the king of Egypt is stupid and wrong.Will they still boast to Pharaoh of their wisdom?    Will they dare brag about all their wise ancestors?12 Where are your wise counselors, Pharaoh?    Let them tell you what God plans,    what the Lord of Heaven’s Armies is going to do to Egypt.13 The officials of Zoan are fools,    and the officials of Memphis[a] are deluded.The leaders of the people    have led Egypt astray.14 The Lord has sent a spirit of foolishness on them,    so all their suggestions are wrong.They cause Egypt to stagger    like a drunk in his vomit.15 There is nothing Egypt can do.    All are helpless—the head and the tail,    the noble palm branch and the lowly reed.







    16 In that day the Egyptians will be as weak as women. They will cower in fear beneath the upraised fist of the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. 17 Just to speak the name of Israel will terrorize them, for the Lord of Heaven’s Armies has laid out his plans against them.







    18 In that day five of Egypt’s cities will follow the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. They will even begin to speak Hebrew, the language of Canaan. One of these cities will be Heliopolis, the City of the Sun.[b]







    19 In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the heart of Egypt, and there will be a monument to the Lord at its border. 20 It will be a sign and a witness that the Lord of Heaven’s Armies is worshiped in the land of Egypt. When the people cry to the Lord for help against those who oppress them, he will send them a savior who will rescue them. 21 The Lord will make himself known to the Egyptians.

    • 6 min
    Isaiah 18

    Isaiah 18

    Today’s Scripture:







    Listen, Ethiopia[a]—land of fluttering sails[b]    that lies at the headwaters of the Nile,2 that sends ambassadors    in swift boats down the river.







    Go, swift messengers!Take a message to a tall, smooth-skinned people,    who are feared far and widefor their conquests and destruction,    and whose land is divided by rivers.







    3 All you people of the world,    everyone who lives on the earth—when I raise my battle flag on the mountain, look!    When I blow the ram’s horn, listen!4 For the Lord has told me this:“I will watch quietly from my dwelling place—    as quietly as the heat rises on a summer day,    or as the morning dew forms during the harvest.”5 Even before you begin your attack,    while your plans are ripening like grapes,the Lord will cut off your new growth with pruning shears.    He will snip off and discard your spreading branches.6 Your mighty army will be left dead in the fields    for the mountain vultures and wild animals.The vultures will tear at the corpses all summer.    The wild animals will gnaw at the bones all winter.







    7 At that time the Lord of Heaven’s Armies will receive gifts    from this land divided by rivers,from this tall, smooth-skinned people,    who are feared far and wide for their conquests and destruction.They will bring the gifts to Jerusalem,[c]    where the Lord of Heaven’s Armies dwells.







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    Did Baylor University lose sight of its Baptist roots and focus on notoriety gained from sports achievements? Laura Leigh Majernik examines court documents filed by fifteen “Jane Does” against Baylor alleging violation of their Title IX rights after experiencing sexual assault. The problem was not exclusive to the football team and indeed was a campus-wide issue and a blind spot in administration protocols.

    • 6 min
    Isaiah 17

    Isaiah 17

    Today’s Scripture:







    This message came to me concerning Damascus:







    “Look, the city of Damascus will disappear!    It will become a heap of ruins.2 The towns of Aroer will be deserted.    Flocks will graze in the streets and lie down undisturbed,    with no one to chase them away.3 The fortified towns of Israel[a] will also be destroyed,    and the royal power of Damascus will end.All that remains of Syria[b]    will share the fate of Israel’s departed glory,”    declares the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.







    4 “In that day Israel’s[c] glory will grow dim;    its robust body will waste away.5 The whole land will look like a grainfield    after the harvesters have gathered the grain.It will be desolate,    like the fields in the valley of Rephaim after the harvest.6 Only a few of its people will be left,    like stray olives left on a tree after the harvest.Only two or three remain in the highest branches,    four or five scattered here and there on the limbs,”    declares the Lord, the God of Israel.







    7 Then at last the people will look to their Creator    and turn their eyes to the Holy One of Israel.8 They will no longer look to their idols for help    or worship what their own hands have made.They will never again bow down to their Asherah poles    or worship at the pagan shrines they have built.9 Their largest cities will be like a deserted forest,    like the land the Hivites and Amorites abandoned[d]when the Israelites came here so long ago.    It will be utterly desolate.10 Why? Because you have turned from the God who can save you.    You have forgotten the Rock who can hide you.So you may plant the finest grapevines    and import the most expensive seedlings.11 They may sprout on the day you set them out;    yes, they may blossom on the very morning you plant them,but you will never pick any grapes from them.    Your only harvest will be a load of grief and unrelieved pain.







    12 Listen! The armies of many nations    roar like the roaring of the sea.Hear the thunder of the mighty forces    as they rush forward like thundering waves.13 But though they thunder like breakers on a beach,    God will silence them, and they will run away.They will flee like chaff scattered by the wind,    like a tumbleweed whirling before a storm.14 In the evening Israel waits in terror,    but by dawn its enemies are dead.This is the just reward of those who plunder us,    a fitting end for those who destroy us.







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    • 6 min
    Isaiah 16

    Isaiah 16

    Today’s Scripture:







    Send lambs from Sela as tribute    to the ruler of the land.Send them through the desert    to the mountain of beautiful Zion.2 The women of Moab are left like homeless birds    at the shallow crossings of the Arnon River.3 “Help us,” they cry.    “Defend us against our enemies.Protect us from their relentless attack.    Do not betray us now that we have escaped.4 Let our refugees stay among you.    Hide them from our enemies until the terror is past.”







    When oppression and destruction have ended    and enemy raiders have disappeared,5 then God will establish one of David’s descendants as king.    He will rule with mercy and truth.He will always do what is just    and be eager to do what is right.







    6 We have heard about proud Moab—    about its pride and arrogance and rage.    But all that boasting has disappeared.7 The entire land of Moab weeps.    Yes, everyone in Moab mournsfor the cakes of raisins from Kir-hareseth.    They are all gone now.8 The farms of Heshbon are abandoned;    the vineyards at Sibmah are deserted.The rulers of the nations have broken down Moab—    that beautiful grapevine.Its tendrils spread north as far as the town of Jazer    and trailed eastward into the wilderness.Its shoots reached so far west    that they crossed over the Dead Sea.[a]







    9 So now I weep for Jazer and the vineyards of Sibmah;    my tears will flow for Heshbon and Elealeh.There are no more shouts of joy    over your summer fruits and harvest.10 Gone now is the gladness,    gone the joy of harvest.There will be no singing in the vineyards,    no more happy shouts,no treading of grapes in the winepresses.    I have ended all their harvest joys.11 My heart’s cry for Moab is like a lament on a harp.    I am filled with anguish for Kir-hareseth.[b]12 The people of Moab will worship at their pagan shrines,    but it will do them no good.They will cry to the gods in their temples,    but no one will be able to save them.







    13 The Lord has already said these things about Moab in the past. 14 But now the Lord says, “Within three years, counting each day,[c] the glory of Moab will be ended. From its great population, only a feeble few will be left alive.”







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    • 6 min
    Isaiah 15

    Isaiah 15

    Today’s Scripture:







    This message came to me concerning Moab:







    In one night the town of Ar will be leveled,    and the city of Kir will be destroyed.2 Your people will go to their temple in Dibon to mourn.    They will go to their sacred shrines to weep.They will wail for the fate of Nebo and Medeba,    shaving their heads in sorrow and cutting off their beards.3 They will wear burlap as they wander the streets.    From every home and public square will come the sound of wailing.4 The people of Heshbon and Elealeh will cry out;    their voices will be heard as far away as Jahaz!The bravest warriors of Moab will cry out in utter terror.    They will be helpless with fear.







    5 My heart weeps for Moab.    Its people flee to Zoar and Eglath-shelishiyah.Weeping, they climb the road to Luhith.    Their cries of distress can be heard all along the road to Horonaim.6 Even the waters of Nimrim are dried up!    The grassy banks are scorched.The tender plants are gone;    nothing green remains.7 The people grab their possessions    and carry them across the Ravine of Willows.8 A cry of distress echoes through the land of Moab    from one end to the other—    from Eglaim to Beer-elim.9 The stream near Dibon[a] runs red with blood,    but I am still not finished with Dibon!Lions will hunt down the survivors—    both those who try to escape    and those who remain behind.







    Access Pray Every Day every single day on the Pray Every Day App! Not only can you listen, but I’ve created 365 daily devotions you can read as well–all about connecting deeply with Jesus, finding healing, and experiencing His presence. Download the app here:









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    January Show Sponsors:

    If you’re interested in sponsoring the Pray Every Day Show, click here to learn more. 

    Laura Leigh Majernik



    We are so grateful for Laura Leigh Majernik, author of Interference, as our sponsor this month.

    Did Baylor University lose sight of its Baptist roots and focus on notoriety gained from sports achievements? Laura Leigh Majernik examines court documents filed by fifteen “Jane Does” against Baylor alleging violation of their Title IX rights after experiencing sexual assault. The problem was not exclusive to the football team and indeed was a campus-wide issue and a blind spot in administration protocols.

    Click here to order your copy of Interference.

    • 7 min

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