• David Praises the Lord Devotional

    1 Chronicles 16:4–22

    God is faithful to His promises, even if He seems to tarry a long time in fulfilling them. That is one reason why we must never cease praying according to the promises of Scripture. He will bring them to pass, and our prayers for their fulfillment are tangible evidence of our belief. They are also means through which the Lord fulfills His promises. View Resource

  • The Greatness of God Devotional

    1 Chronicles 16:23–43

    God’s intent was never to limit the grace of His salvation to one people group. Instead, He has always been seeking worshipers from every nation. Under the new covenant, we are privileged to see men and women from many nations streaming into the covenant community. As we are able, let us support all worthy efforts to make disciples of every nation. View Resource

  • Yahweh and the Gods of the Peoples Devotional

    1 Chronicles 16:25–26

    As Christians, we should be the most courageous of peoples because we serve the one true God. We need not be afraid of what this world and the servants of other gods can do to us because they cannot win in the end. But those who are on the side of the one true God are secure in Him forever. Let us remember that we serve the only true God and need never fear the enemy. View Resource

  • Ascribing Glory to God Devotional

    1 Chronicles 16:28–34

    We do not design worship for unbelievers but for the glory of God and the edification of His people. However, reverent worship in which we ascribe glory to God will be a testimony to unbelievers of the glory of God. By seeking to worship the Lord in Spirit and in truth according to His Word, we are proclaiming Him to the nations. Our acceptance and participation only in worship that is holy and reverent is a powerful testimony to our neighbors. View Resource

  • The King and His Reign Devotional

    1 Chronicles 16:31

    That God is sovereign over all is a comforting truth that we must never forget in these difficult days. As we see many apostatize because of economic catastrophes, wars, natural disasters, and more, let us remember that none of these things is happening apart from the sovereign will of God. We do not resign ourselves and do nothing in the face of such things, but we know that the Lord works even in these for our good and His glory. View Resource