Episodes: Psalms

Psalms

Psalms 1

  • Chaff That the Wind Blows Away
    January 9, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    The Psalms describes the wicked person as “chaff that blows away in the wind.” Nancy describes what this means. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • You Can Be Known by God
    January 10, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    The God who created everything wants to know you personally. Nancy shows you why this is so amazing and life-changing. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • A Portrait of Christ in Psalm 1
    January 11, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    How did Jesus live His life without sin? He didn’t use supernatural power as God; instead He lived a sinless life as a man. His example gives us hope. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • Saying No to the Counsel of the Ungodly
    January 4, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    You are receiving counsel all the time. The people you spend time with and the media you consume is influencing your thinking. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • Avoiding the Seat of the Scoffers
    January 3, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    Small choices can have big consequences. Every wise decision leads you toward true happiness, and every unwise choice leads away from it. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • Cultivating a Taste for God’s Word
    January 7, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    Delighting in the Bible can be like developing a taste for certain kinds of foods. Nancy shows how to maintain a hunger and appetite for God’s Word. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • A Tree Planted by Streams
    January 8, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    A tree receives nourishment so it can bear fruit and nourish others. God wants to fill you up with His Word so you can spread that Truth to others. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • True Happiness
    January 2, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    Around the New Year holiday, it seems like everyone is trying to pursue happiness through parties. But true happiness comes in an entirely different way. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6

Psalms 11

Psalms 22

  • When You Feel Alone
    April 4, 2012 Psalm of the Cross (Psalm 22)

    Does it ever feel like no one can help you? Jesus knows that feeling. Nancy will explore this aspect of His suffering Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22
  • It Is Finished
    April 6, 2012 Psalm of the Cross (Psalm 22)

    When you’re dealing with sickness or loss, it can feel like wasted time. But the suffering of Jesus wasn’t wasted at all. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22
  • I Am a Worm
    April 3, 2012 Psalm of the Cross (Psalm 22)

    I am a worm and not a man. It sounds like a simple statement of humility, but Nancy points out this statement from the Psalms means so much more. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22
  • The Lament of Jesus
    April 19, 2019 Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy with Mark Vroegop

    Jesus knew what it meant to grieve deeply. Whatever pain you go through, He knows what it feels like. Mark Vroegop will explore the lament of Jesus. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22
  • Jesus Is a Worship Leader
    April 5, 2012 Psalm of the Cross (Psalm 22)

    Every story needs a turning point. Today we’ll look at the turning point in Psalm 22. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22
  • When God Doesn't Seem to Answer
    April 2, 2012 Psalm of the Cross (Psalm 22)

    Sometimes it seems like God is ignoring you. If you feel that way, you’re in good company. Jesus Himself felt abandoned. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 22

Psalms 23

  • I Will Not Fear
    August 7, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    What brings you comfort? A warm blanket? Conversation with a friend? Chocolate? How about a rod and a staff? We talk about these two shepher Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • Goodness and Mercy
    August 11, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    Can you imagine what it will be like to live forever? It boggles the mind, yet it’s an important topic. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • You Anoint My Head with Oil
    August 10, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    What is the biggest problem you’re facing right now? It’s hard to believe, but that problem could become a great source of joy. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • He Restores
    August 5, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    There are few things heavier than guilt. If you feel weighed down by your past, find out how to let those burdens go. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • He Restores My Soul, Day 3
    April 28, 2017 He Restores My Soul by Damaris Carbaugh

    If you feel worried, frazzled or restless, find peace in the Good Shepherd. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23:1-6
  • He Restores My Soul, Day 2
    April 27, 2017 He Restores My Soul by Damaris Carbaugh

    Do you feel like you’re beside still waters? Or racing down a waterfall? Damaris Carbaugh shows how to meet with the Lord at the still waters. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23:1-6
  • He Restores My Soul, Day 1
    April 26, 2017 He Restores My Soul by Damaris Carbaugh

    The Lord is my Shepherd. When you feel like nothing is at peace, learn to still your soul in the presence of your Shepherd. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23:1-6
  • The Dark Valley
    August 6, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    Sometimes we leave the Good Shepherd and end up in a dangerous place; it’s our own fault. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • The Valley of Deep Darkness
    June 8, 2007 Don't Waste Your Suffering, with Molly Veldt

    Sometimes we leave the Good Shepherd and end up in a dangerous place. Other times, we end up in a difficult place as part of the Shepherd’s plan. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • Six Powerful Verses
    August 3, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    If you were asked to recite Psalm 23 right now, there’s a good chance that you’d be able to do it. But you might not be living according to it. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23
  • I Shall Not Want
    August 4, 2009 The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    If God always provides, why do some of His children sometimes seem to be struggling financially? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 23

Psalms 27

Psalms 29

  • Real Answers From a Real God
    November 3, 2010 Habakkuk: Moving from Fear to Faith

    What challenges might your kids face in the upcoming weeks and months? Are you praying about those issues now? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 29:10

Psalms 34

  • Who Meets Your Deepest Needs?
    November 21, 2013 The ABC's for Handling a Meltdown (Psalm 34)

    If there’s anything we Christians should be known for, it’s joy—even when our season of life, the circumstances we’re going through are difficult. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 34
  • Praise Is Not a Feeling
    November 20, 2013 The ABC's for Handling a Meltdown (Psalm 34)

    You will have problems no matter what. It’s a reality we all face. Learn how to prepare for the crises that are bound to come. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 34
  • Grace for Tired, Discouraged Hearts
    November 18, 2013 The ABC's for Handling a Meltdown (Psalm 34)

    The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are supposed to be a time of great joy. So why do so many people feel so bad around this time? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 34
  • Where Do You Turn When You're Afraid?
    November 19, 2013 The ABC's for Handling a Meltdown (Psalm 34)

    When you face a crisis, where do you turn for comfort? Learn the most effective place to turn when you’re worried or afraid. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 34

Psalms 37

  • Fret Not
    July 15, 2019 A Calm Heart in a Troubled World (Ps. 37)

    In Psalms we read "do not fret." If the psalmist knew about the credit crunch and subprime mortgages, would he have given us an exception? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 37:1-11
  • Take the Long View
    July 18, 2019 A Calm Heart in a Troubled World (Ps. 37)

    Rather than copy antics of evil people or grow discouraged, we need to look at the big picture. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 37:1-11
  • Filling Your Mind with God's Word
    July 16, 2019 A Calm Heart in a Troubled World (Ps. 37)

    You can now access news programming twenty-four hours a day. But just because you can, that doesn’t mean you should. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 37:1-11
  • True Security
    July 17, 2019 A Calm Heart in a Troubled World (Ps. 37)

    When you have to wait, it can be unsettling. Life is on hold until some big thing in life changes. Find encouragement and hope during your times of waiting. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 37:1-11
  • Living Gracefully Among Sinners
    July 19, 2019 A Calm Heart in a Troubled World (Ps. 37)

    Evil actions and words affect our nation. They also affect our homes and relationships. Nancy helps you respond to evil in a way that brings glory to God. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 37:1-11

Psalms 42

  • Drought and Drowning
    April 9, 2019 Dealing With Depression and Doubt

    Do you feel desperate and overwhelmed today? Join Nancy and discover how those desperate times can become the most meaningful days. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 42-43
  • Where Is God?
    April 10, 2019 Dealing With Depression and Doubt

    Have you ever felt forsaken? You’re in good company. Even Jesus felt that way. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 42-43
  • My Exceeding Joy
    April 12, 2019 Dealing With Depression and Doubt

    Why does pain exist? Couldn’t God spare Christians? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 42-43
  • Talk to Yourself
    April 11, 2019 Dealing With Depression and Doubt

    Is talking to yourself a sign of insanity? Not at all! Today Nancy points out that talking to ourselves can be a good idea. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 42-43

Psalms 46

  • When You are Battered by Fear
    October 23, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    This year our world has been shaken by floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes. and a tsunami. Nancy opens Psalm 46 for a life shaken by storms of life. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • God Is in the Midst of His People
    October 25, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Here’s one of the most amazing themes throughout Scripture: God dwells among His people. Why is this so amazing? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • Why Do the Nations Rage?
    October 28, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Does it seem like enemies of the gospel have so much strength that they’re invincible? Nancy will give you some new perspective that will give you hope. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • A Biblical Response to America's Tragedy, Part 2
    October 2, 2001 A Biblical Response to America's Tragedy

    Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about our source of trust during uncertain times. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • A Biblical Response to America's Tragedy, Part 1
    October 1, 2001 A Biblical Response to America's Tragedy

    Nancy Leigh DeMoss addresses the need to trust God during times of uncertainty and relates her comments especially to the 9-11. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • The River of God
    October 24, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Here’s one of the most amazing themes throughout Scripture: God dwells among His people. Why is this so amazing? Nancy will explain. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • Be Still!
    October 30, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    “Be still and know that I am God” gets said in hushed tones in many churches. But Nancy says that phrase was probably delivered in strong, commanding tones. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • In the Midst of the Storm
    October 31, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    The Bible tells us that God will be a refuge in times of trouble. Nancy explains how God acts as a refuge, even while allowing the storm to blow around you. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • When Your World Is in a Tailspin
    October 21, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Nancy received an unexpected letter that threw her into a tailspin. She turned to a passage of Scripture that spoke to her heart. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • Things That Stop the Heart
    October 29, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Do you ever feel uncomfortable reading stories about the judgment of God? But the desolations God brings upon the earth can actually be a source of comfort. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46
  • Are You in Trouble?
    October 22, 2013 A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Psalm 46)

    Trouble will always be with us. You’ll never escape it in a fallen world, but there is a refuge you can run to during times of trouble. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 46

Psalms 50

Psalms 51

Psalms 56

  • A Debt of Thanksgiving
    November 24, 2005 Thanksgiving--Listener Letters

    Have you taken the time to fully realize that everything we have comes from the hand of God? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 56:12-13

Psalms 57

  • Worship in the Midst of Storms
    October 28, 2005 Storm Shelter: Finding Safety and Strength in God's Arms

    Due to copyright issues, the program for today, "Noah's Ark," will only be heard on your local Christian radio station-(there is no transcri Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 57:4-10

Psalms 63

Psalms 66

  • Thankful When It's Difficult
    November 23, 2017 Always Thankful (Ps. 66)

    Thanksgiving. The word brings up images of family gathered around a table ready to dig into a feast. But the real test of thanksgiving comes in hard times. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 66:1-20
  • The Town of Thanks
    November 24, 2017 Always Thankful (Ps. 66)

    What would happen to a community if everyone stopped being grateful? Explore that situation in a dramatic Thanksgiving parable. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 66:1-20

Psalms 71

Psalms 78

  • Demands in the Desert
    September 22, 2011 Walking Through Life's Deserts

    There’s a big difference between asking God for what you need and demanding what you want. Today, Nancy teaches you to recognize the difference. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 78:18-32

Psalms 90

  • A Candidate for Grace
    December 31, 2014 Living in Light of Eternity (Psalm 90)

    Do you sometimes feel that you’ve made a mess of things? If you ever feel like you just can’t get it right, take heart, you’re a candidate for grace. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 90
  • Are You Ready for Eternity?
    December 29, 2014 Living in Light of Eternity (Psalm 90)

    Everyone was born, and everyone will die. Well … not everybody. “Before there was time, there was God.” Doesn’t that boggle your mind? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 90
  • Number Your Days
    December 30, 2014 Living in Light of Eternity (Psalm 90)

    It’s the information age. We have more access to sources of knowledge than any previous generation, but it takes wisdom to handle that information. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 90

Psalms 100

  • Enter His Gates with Thanksgiving, Day 3
    November 23, 2016 Enter His Gates with Thanksgiving (Ps. 100)

    If you don’t think you have musical talent, can you still worship? Nancy points out that our worship doesn’t depend on us. Who does it depend on? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 100:1-5
  • Enter His Gates with Thanksgiving, Day 2
    November 22, 2016 Enter His Gates with Thanksgiving (Ps. 100)

    At church, you should expect 100 percent audience participation. Nancy will look to Psalm 100 as a model for how we can participate in praising God. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 100:1-5
  • Enter His Gates With Thanksgiving, Day 1
    November 21, 2016 Enter His Gates with Thanksgiving (Ps. 100)

    When is the last time you shouted for joy? In Scripture, God deserves shouts of joyful praise. Nancy will talk about why and how we should praise. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 100:1-5

Psalms 103

  • It is a Good Thing
    November 20, 2006 The Power and Practice of Praise

    What do you know about praise? Do certain Scripture verses come to mind? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 103:1-19
  • A Debt of Thanksgiving
    November 27, 2009 The Attitude of Gratitude

    We all face challenges in our lives. The question is, with what kind of attitude are you facing yours? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 103:5

Psalms 107

  • His Love Endures Forever
    May 28, 2019 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    You can’t fix every problem. Nancy shows why you don’t have to try to manipulate, fix, or rescue yourself from trouble. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:1-43
  • His Love Endures Forever
    December 9, 2014 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    You can’t fix every problem. Nancy shows you why you don’t have to try to manipulate, fix or rescue yourself from trouble. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107
  • Fruitful in the Place of Affliction
    May 30, 2019 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    When you need deliverance from trouble, you can take comfort in knowing this—you’ve already been delivered. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:1-43
  • Fruitful in the Place of Affliction
    December 11, 2014 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    When you need deliverance from trouble, you can take comfort in knowing this—you’ve already actually been delivered. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107
  • Why Are You So Afraid?
    June 2, 2011 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    Nancy Leigh DeMoss asks which is bigger: your storm or your God? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:25
  • The Steadfast Love of the Lord, Day 2
    July 28, 2017 The Steadfast Love of the Lord by Lauren Chandler

    Lauren Chandler heard the news no wife wants to hear: Her husband had a brain tumor. Learn how she learned to trust God in the middle of fear. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:1-43
  • The Steadfast Love of the Lord, Day 1
    July 27, 2017 The Steadfast Love of the Lord by Lauren Chandler

    Do you ever feel like you fall out of God’s favor when you blow it? Lauren Chandler knows what it’s like to be tempted to think that. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:1-43
  • He’s with You in the Storm
    May 29, 2019 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    You don’t have to try to manipulate, fix, or rescue yourself from trouble. Learn to lean on God's faithfulness. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107:1-43
  • He’s with You in the Storm
    December 10, 2014 God's Faithfulness in Times of Trouble (Ps. 107)

    Leslie Basham: Nancy Leigh DeMoss says that sometimes you go through a storm so you can get to know Jesus better. Nancy Leigh DeMoss: And when you want Him more than anything else in your ... Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 107

Psalms 110

  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 4
    May 26, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    There’s a Scripture that says the Messiah will “drink from a brook.” What’s the big deal about that? Nancy says this isn’t just a throwaway line. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 3
    May 25, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    The Old Testament kings were not allowed to be priests, and priests couldn’t serve as king. But there were two people called by God to serve as both. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 2
    May 24, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    We’re told in the New Testament that Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God. But one moment is recorded of Jesus standing at the right hand of the Father. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 1
    May 23, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    Have you heard that Jesus went to heaven to sit at the right hand of God? Does that mean anything to you? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Empowered to Serve
    January 10, 2005 When Revival Comes

    Would you like to see revival? Would you like to see people motivated and empowered to serve God? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:3

Psalms 113

  • What “Hallelujah” Means
    October 1, 2018 Hallelujah: A Praise Celebration (A Study of Ps. 113)

    “Hallelujah.” That word gets used a lot, but using it is very serious. Nancy explains what the word means and why it matters. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 113:1-9
  • Choosing Worship Over Whining
    October 2, 2018 Hallelujah: A Praise Celebration (A Study of Ps. 113)

    Nancy says you can’t worship and whine at the same time. She's honest about the temptation to whine and how meaningful praising God is during those times. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 113:1-9
  • He Raises the Poor from the Dust
    October 4, 2018 Hallelujah: A Praise Celebration (A Study of Ps. 113)

    Have you been hurt or needy? Jesus knows how you feel. Because of what He has done, your hurt can be an occasion to give thanks. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 113:1-9
  • Why Idolatry Is Ridiculous
    October 3, 2018 Hallelujah: A Praise Celebration (A Study of Ps. 113)

    Ancient people worshiped animals. It’s easy to recognize the futility of that kind of idolatry. But the truth is all of us are tempted to worship other Gods. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 113:1-9

Psalms 118

  • Chief Cornerstone
    November 21, 2018 The Wonder of His Name

    There are many times in Scripture when God is likened to a rock or cornerstone. What does this mean for us, and why does it matter so much? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 118:22

Psalms 119

  • A Double Blessing
    January 4, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Do you ever feel like reading the Bible is just another task to check off a list? Nancy will show you how to make it a much richer experience. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Discovering the Joy of God’s Word
    January 12, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    There’s one habit that could transform your year ahead. Nancy gives you an important challenge. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • No Middle Path
    January 9, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Nancy challenges you to live purposefully in 2012. There’s one specific action you can take that will make a big difference in the direction of your year. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Finding Peace in God’s Word
    January 5, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Nancy Leigh DeMoss calls God’s Word an antidote to temptation. Find out why reading the Bible will help you avoid wrong choices. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • An Alphabet of Prayers
    January 3, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Nancy says that your relationship with God will never be any stronger than your relationship with God’s Word. Find out how to make that relationship stronger. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • The Gospel in Psalm 119
    January 13, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Leslie Basham: Nancy Leigh DeMoss says, “Religion is about humans trying to find their way back to God, but the gospel is about something else.” Nancy Leigh DeMoss: We can’t find our way back. God ... Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Purity and Direction
    January 5, 2009 Getting Into the Word and Getting the Word Into You

    What do you do with junk mail? You probably throw most of it away unopened. But when you get a letter from someone you love, you can't wait open it. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Prayerful Reading
    January 6, 2009 Getting Into the Word and Getting the Word Into You

    Do you understand what you read in the Bible? There is One Person who can help you get more out of your reading than anyone else. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Perspective on Suffering
    June 4, 2018 The True Woman Manifesto: Affirmations, Part 3

    Suffering is inevitable in a fallen world. Nancy helps you handle suffering in a way that brings God glory. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119:71
  • Better Than Will Power
    January 11, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Do you wish you read the Bible more consistently? Nancy says more will power isn’t the answer. You need something else. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Thoughtful Reading
    January 7, 2009 Getting Into the Word and Getting the Word Into You

    In an era of Blackberrys, blogs, and Facebook, you probably take in volumes of information every day. It might tempt you to scan everything. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • How to Have an Undistracted Heart
    January 6, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Nancy views her iPhone as a mixed blessing. It helps her do a lot of things faster. But it can also be a big distraction when she’s trying to read the Bible. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119
  • Nine Ways to Respond to God’s Word
    January 10, 2012 Revive Me According to Your Word (Psalm 119)

    Have you read the whole Bible? Hear about a woman who taught the Bible all the time yet she had never read the entire thing. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 119

Psalms 121

  • The Day We’re Delivered from Evil
    March 13, 2019 A Song for the Christian's Journey (Ps. 121)

    Will you ever be so mature that you don’t need to pray, “Lead me not into temptation"? Will you ever get to the point where sin offers no enticement? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 121:1-8
  • Guardian of the Galaxies
    March 12, 2019 A Song for the Christian's Journey (Ps. 121)

    Nancy mentions Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy to show you who the true Guardian really is. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 121:1-8
  • The Lord Will Hold You Fast
    March 14, 2019 A Song for the Christian's Journey (Ps. 121)

    Imagine a child’s small hand lost inside her father’s strong hand. Nancy says that’s a picture of our security in Jesus. Find out why you don’t have to fear. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 121:1-8
  • Where Does My Help Come?
    March 11, 2019 A Song for the Christian's Journey (Ps. 121)

    Where do you first turn when you need help? Friends or family? Food or drinks? The Internet? Ultimately, none of those things will provide the help you need. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 121:1-8

Psalms 126

  • Learning to Live Free
    January 26, 2007 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    Imagine a prisoner who sees the door to his cell open but says, "I’d rather stay here!" Nancy makes this comparison to people in sin. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126
  • Psalm 126, Day 9
    June 2, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    No matter how many good programs a church has in place, it still needs revival. This is the force that gives life to the Body of Christ. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 8
    June 1, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    At a wedding everyone loves it when the bride appears. Nancy shows the Church as the Bride. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 7
    May 31, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    When you see the pain in the world and the sin in your own heart, do you ever just slow down and weep? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 6
    May 30, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    We usually pray that God would take away our tears. But Nancy points out that positive tears precede revival. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 5
    May 27, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    Imagine a prisoner who sees the door to his cell open but says, "I’d rather stay here!" Nancy makes this comparison to people in sin. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 4
    May 26, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    What’s the best way to let the world know what your church is doing? The answer has nothing to do with hiring a PR firm! Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 3
    May 25, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    When’s the last time you wept in church? You’ve probably cried tears of joy, but what about tears of repentance? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 2
    May 24, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    Almost everyone has good intentions. We all want to change the world for good. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6
  • Psalm 126, Day 1
    May 23, 2016 The Cry of the Captives (Psalm 126)

    Almost everyone has good intentions. We all want to change the world for good, but without God’s help we can do nothing. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 126:1-6

Psalms 127

  • The Air We Breathe
    May 10, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Nancy passes along vital information that will help you leave a godly legacy for your children. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Your Child's Heart
    May 4, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Your kids probably know the list of rules they have to follow in your home, but do they understand the deeper moral issues behind those rules. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Hope for Imperfect Parents
    May 2, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Wouldn’t it be nice for parents if they had a recipe for perfect kids? Instead of following a list of steps, however, parents need to cry out to God. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Hope for Parents of Prodigals
    May 1, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Imagine a young person who is immersed in church activities and attends a Christian school but he or she doesn’t have a heart for God. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Teaching and Protecting
    May 7, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    As a mom, you're always teaching. Nancy challenges you to consider what your children are learning from you. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • The Purpose of Your Family
    April 30, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    What is your family's purpose? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Real-World Families
    May 9, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Clothing. Music. TV. It seems like parents and children have been disagreeing about these topics for generations. Learn how to tackle subjects like these. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Your Role in the Family
    May 3, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    Is there any difference between men and women, or do distinctions just come from society? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127
  • Shooting the Arrows
    May 8, 2007 Leaving a Godly Legacy (Psalm 127)

    When you hear about war and terrorism, do you find yourself wanting to pull your family close, and stay inside until the world is safer? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 127

Psalms 131

  • Peace About the Future
    June 1, 2011 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    "What if . . ." We spend so much time worrying about the future instead of trusting the only Person who knows the future. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131
  • Prepared for a Crisis
    June 26, 2015 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    When you spend time with God in prayer and His Word, it’s kind of like storing up reserves of supplies to use in a crisis. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131
  • Prepared for a Crisis
    June 3, 2011 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    When you spend time with God in prayer and His Word, it’s kind of like storing up reserves of supplies to use in a crisis. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131
  • The Heart of Humility and Simplicity
    May 30, 2011 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    Calm. Peaceful. Do these words describe your heart? They can as Nancy describes in a series we’ll begin today. It’s called, How to Have a Quiet Heart. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131
  • How to Choose Quiet in a Storm
    June 23, 2015 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    It's not wrong to ask why. But are you asking with turmoil that says, “God, if You don't explain it, I won't love You; I won't trust You; I won't obey You”? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131
  • How to Choose Quiet in a Storm
    May 31, 2011 How To Have a Quiet Heart (Psalm 131)

    It's not wrong to ask why. But are you asking with turmoil that says, “God, if You don't explain it, I won't love You; I won't trust You; I won't obey You”? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 131

Psalms 137

  • Courage in a Foreign Land
    April 24, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    Imagine owning a business and receiving a big order, but the order came from Planned Parenthood, a major provider of abortions. Would you fulfill the order? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9
  • Pain That Points to a Glorious Future
    April 22, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    How do you sing the songs of Zion when you’re living in Babylon? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137
  • A Whole Different Prayer
    April 25, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    Nancy walks you through the much-loved and the horrible-sounding parts of Psalm 137 and shows how it points us to the gospel. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9
  • How to Sing in a Foreign Land, Day 2
    October 11, 2016 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    When you’re in the middle of a painful situation, do you feel you can’t sing? Nancy tells of believers who sang when it seemed there was no earthly reason. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9
  • This Is Not the End of the Story
    April 26, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    Does it feel like the world is falling apart? Like extremism and terrorism will never end? Nancy reminds us about the ultimate end of the story. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9
  • Setting Your Eyes Toward Home
    April 23, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    When you’re in the middle of a painful situation, do you feel you can’t sing? Nancy tells of believers who sang when it seemed there was no earthly reason. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9

Psalms 142