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What PresbyCan Daily Devotional Podcasts Are Available Today?

  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Tuesday, January 23, 2018: Walking In The Valley by Don Lipsett (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Monday, January 22, 2018: Fire And Blood by Isabel Allison (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Sunday, January 21, 2018: It's A Miracle! by JJ Ollerenshaw (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Saturday, January 20, 2018: Choose To Be Positive by Vincent Walter (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Friday, January 19, 2018: When Life Is More Than I Can Handle by Martin Wiles (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Thursday, January 18, 2018: Dancing In The Dark by Lynne Phipps (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Wednesday, January 17, 2018: Still Minding The Gap by Rod Marshall (listen now)

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1 Comment

  • PresbyCan Feedback says:

    May it be so, Rod.


    I lost a shoe twice in that gap!


    Wow thanks for a very powerful and inspiring message! Blessings to you and yours.


    Good one Rod, Thank You.
    May your year ahead be a good one.


    Thank you for this message. It brought back pleasant memories of holidays as well as giving me food for thought. Good job.


    Good word Rod. I still remember the gap on the Toronto subway, though l don’t think it was as large. I would always grab my mother’s hand for fear of falling in.
    Blessings.


    Thank you, Rod, for sharing this devotional example of God’s protection as He stands in the gap helping us across. My mind remembers getting on and off trains as a child and the helpful men who gave us a hand across the gap between the coach and the platform. Thanks for writing and jogging my memory. Blessings.


    Good morning, Rod,
    This is a devotional that I have already read several times. I agree that the dangers are real and the consequences vast if we give up.
    Thank you.


    Good morning. Once again, a well written and wise devotion! Yes, we need to be cautious of the dangers of the gap – especially the one between the upper and lower jaws! Usually, the ones who have the least to say, do the most talking!
    Blessings.


    Dear Rod
    Wonderfully spoken. We were just discussing this this morning at our women’s group. We totally agree and need to do the very best we can to honour our commitment to God, and our fellow men and women in this world.
    May God continue to work through you to help us all.


    You almost make my heart break for children with adult responsibilities. I love the story and the application! Now to remember and take time – for the world, our government officials, our own cities, and families and churches! Are well as our own requests/ needs. Prayer is so important – essential. Why do we drag our feet? May the Lord awaken in each of His people, a huge desire and commitment to spend time with Him for everyone’s sake! Thank you for your story and your wise exhortation to ‘mind the gap!’


    Good morning Rod,
    Your header brought back happy memories for me!
    My husband and I were married in Northern Ireland, had a short honeymoon in London, and then came on as immigrants to Canada, where we still live.
    It was our first introduction to the London Underground, and ‘mind the gap’ became a watchword while we were there.
    It applies to many situations, and is good advice.
    Thank you.


    Beautiful message to start my day.
    Amen to every part. Thank you Rod.
    I am so thankful for the blessings of The Lord each and every day.
    You brought back memories of my younger days too. The London underground (always a myriad of confusion and crowds). Memories too of Yorkshire. I spent many happy times by the coast, and on the magnificent moors.
    Blessings to you and yours,
    (ON)


    Thank you for the devotional challenge that you share. I am an 85 year old that has faced a few challenges as well, and since my high school days, Psalm 27 has been one of my favorites which I have repeated many times…”The Lord is my light and my salvation of whom shall I be afraid” at the beginning of the Psalm, and then the last two verses….”I would have fainted if I had not believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait on the Lord and he will strengthen your heart, wait I say on the Lord.” This is probably a combination of the KJ and the NKJ translation. In the last two years I have been helped by reading through the Bible and following the discipline of Billy Graham –1 Proverb and 5 Psalms every day. The Word of God is powerful for the heart and mind!!


    Amen!


    Dear Rod Marshall,
    This is a message for me to keep to return to, and pray as I read again.
    Thank you.
    I pray that God will continue to inspire you to write such necessary messages.

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