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What PresbyCan Daily Devotional Podcasts Are Available Today?

  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Monday, February 18, 2019: I Must Tell Rosa by Vincent Walter (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Sunday, February 17, 2019: Wanting Too Little by Diane Eaton (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Saturday, February 16, 2019: Can You Hear Me Now? by Sarah Keith (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Friday, February 15, 2019: A Church Without Walls by Kenn Stright (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Thursday, February 14, 2019: Glad Rags by JJ Ollerenshaw (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Wednesday, February 13, 2019: Shoe Buttons by Karen Milam (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Tuesday, February 12, 2019: A Checklist To Live By by Gail Lundquist (listen now)

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1 Comment

  • PresbyCan Feedback says:

    Thanks for the good word, Gail.


    Thank you, Gail, for sharing this devotional with us. Blessings.


    Thank you, Gail. I love lists. And I am listed in the Book of the Lamb.


    Dear Gail,
    Many thanks for such a refreshing devotional.


    Very fine, Gail.
    Keep writing.
    I especially joined in the prayer.


    Good Morning Gail,
    Thank you for sharing today’s devotional with us, and may you have a very wonderful day.


    Good morning Gail, Thanks for sharing your thoughts on lists. I found it very interesting – all the lists in the Bible.
    God bless and keep you.


    Thanks, Gail. Well-written and well-said. Another list is in Phil 4:8 and I created an acronym to remind me: PLANTREP…pure, lovely, admirable, noble, true, right, excellent, praiseworthy.


    I’m sharing your article with two list makers in my family. They will be interested in the Bible lists. We didn’t know that. Enjoy your beautiful city. See God’s amazing presence in that rose park. Thank you for writing.


    Dear Gail,
    Thank you for your great advice! I think I’m going to start doing this. It’s never too old to learn
    I love how you have pointed out the lists in the Bible. I have never thought of it that way. Lovely devotional!
    God bless you.


    Hello Gail,
    I much enjoyed your devotional this morning as it brings to light the importance of daily living by “the fruit of the spirit” A great check list to follow in our daily lives!
    Blessings for this devotional.
    (Ecuador)


    I’ve been doing just that for more than a couple of weeks now. In fact, right now I’m doing some tweaks and twists on my early morning rituals as well as my daily Bible reading. It seems my niece, who forwarded the email to me, had a mental telepathy going that I might just need this. Which I certainly do! This is perfect timing! Thanks Gail, Thanks PresbyCan, and Thanks to my niece.


    As I read the first 2 paragraphs of your devotion this morning, I thought “I could have written this!” I could relate so well. I made lists for everything and my husband often says he hates it when I am list-less.
    I was also interested to read your list of lists in the Bible, especially your fruits of the Spirit checklist. Thanks for writing. Blessings.


    Hi Gail
    Thank you for your message this morning…. just what a grumpy soul struggling to adjust to and cope with increasing chronic pain needed! A wonderful reminder to me. The word ‘joy’ stood out and is a timely reminder of Christ’s love for us all….and to remember that at all times, my ‘cup is still half full’ not ‘half empty’! I give thanks and praise for all that I still can do, rather than dwelling on my limitations.
    Blessings.


    O Gail, This powerful devotional has more clarity to move me than any I have ever read! What a delight! All the parts seem to come together and sing when I read it this morning. This nine part list is echoed in so much, not only of scripture but in self-help books that are constantly being published (without ever telling us HOW these blessed attributes are to be attained – only through our Lord Jesus Christ!) Reading it causes me to quickly take inventory of my own life, every single time. And then the miracle when these nine virtues actually come true! Yay and Yay again!


    Thank you Gail for this wonderful Devotional this morning. We organized people are notorious for our lists.
    Gail, I would love to get a copy of the book that your refer to… where you found the lists in the Bible.
    I lead a Ladies Group Bible Study and I know we would find a book such as this interesting and helpful. I have forwarded your devotional this morning onto these ladies. We are retired women of many ages, walks of life, and we all love the Lord and each other.
    God Has Blessed you with the gift of writing, and I so enjoy reading your Devotionals.


    From one list maker to another, well done.
    Blessings.


    Very well done, Gail. You are certainly an excellent writer. Maybe you should think about publishing a book!


    Dear Gail,
    So fun to see your name as the author of this devotional. I loved it and could almost audibly hear your voice.
    Thanks.


    Hi Gail,
    Thank you for your devotional. I too am a person who keeps lists, I almost need a list to keep track of the lists.
    I enjoyed your writing, keep up the good work.

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