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Today's Verse of the Day

Today's Verse of the Day is From Zephaniah 3:19 KJV Translation: Behold, at that time I will undo all that afflict thee: and I will save her that halteth, and gather her that was driven out; and I will get them praise and fame in every land where they have been put to shame. NKJV Translation: Behold, at that time I will undo all that afflict you: and I will save her that halts, and gather her that was driven out; and I will get them praise and fame in every land where they have been put to shame. Explore Thomas Nelson's King James Bibles and take your Bible reading further. © Copyright Thomas Nelson Publishers.

My Prayer for the Day

PrayerRev. Lynwood F. Mundy
HeavenlyFather, thank You for Your grace and mercy given so the death angel would pass my door and family, friends and enemies. Bless those that are sick and the peoples of countries that do not provide health care, housing or sanitary water to drink and bathe.

Touch the hearts, minds and souls of those pastors that are say that they are "feeding" your people with Your Word of which is true; they are having mime, deacons and missionaries knowingly going together as boy and girl friend. Then there are those in the pulpits that are adulterous, homosexual, scampers and the preachers are turning their heads to unrighteousness rather than to righteousness of which You are a righteous God. Outside dancing--so-call ministries--to come to the church and sing--not knowing if what they are singing is spiritual or secular. Then there is rap which which is secular. There are some churches that you don't know if you are having Christian spiritual church wors…

Connect the Testaments: A Daily Devotional

January 23 
Pride in DisguiseMatthew 26:57–27:31
Sometimes recognizing our sin for what it is can throw us into deep shame. In Matthew, we find that two of Jesus’ disciples experience this moment of remorse—Judas after he betrays Jesus, and Peter when he denies Jesus. From their responses, we learn what true repentance looks like.

Judas is remorseful when he realizes the enormity of his betrayal. But he doesn’t move from remorse to repentance. He tries to absolve his guilt by returning the payment he received for betraying Jesus—an attempt to buy back his innocence. And when the “blood money” is refused and he is unable to eliminate the guilt, Judas hangs himself (Matt 27:5).

Peter, the disciple with an impulsive, childlike loyalty to Jesus, denies his Lord when questioned by a mere servant girl. When Peter remembers Jesus’ prediction, he leaves, “weeping bitterly.” However, the Gospel of John tells us that Peter glorified Godin hisdeath (John 21:15–19).

When sin is exposed, stopping a…