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What PresbyCan Daily Devotional Podcasts Are Available Today?

  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Saturday, November 26, 2022: Lessons From Toddlers by Helen Morrison (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Friday, November 25, 2022: If My Life Were A Fairy Tale by Ivy Domingo (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Thursday, November 24, 2022: Memorable Meals by Sharon Lundquist (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Wednesday, November 23, 2022: Sufficient Faith by Scott Williams (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Tuesday, November 22, 2022: The Struggle To Survive by Joel Jongkind (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Monday, November 21, 2022: The Quarrel by Gail Lundquist (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Sunday, November 20, 2022: The Barker by Lynne Phipps (listen now)

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1 Comment

  • PresbyCan Feedback says:

    What a great devotional and so timely!
    Shalom.


    Thanks for the fresh insights that are in your devotionals. Always appreciated.


    Great post, Lynne. A great reminder for us all. Thanks for sharing your wisdom!


    Thanks Lynne, your devotions are always so helpful and an inspiring way to start the day. Blessings to you and your family.


    Lynne,
    Many thanks for your reminder in today’s devotional. It’s so important!
    God bless.


    I have said it before and I will say it again, that your talent for writing is most appreciated. More than that, it is God given.
    Blessings to you and yours.


    Thanks for the collie story. We enjoyed having collies too and one was a barker, but her mother was quiet.
    This is a great reminder to pray for discernment. Thanks again, Lynne.


    Dear Lynne,
    I need to remember this huge kernel of wisdom many times a day. Thanks for your devotional. Blessings to you.


    Lynne, I have come to recognize your writing style and always feel uplifted and encouraged by your devotionals.
    May God bless you and continue to inspire your work!


    My favorite line here, Lynne, is “Do they line up with the Word of God, the actions of Jesus, and the wisdom of the Holy Spirit?” I like that distinction and differentiation. You gave us good cautionary words for today.


    Hi Lynne
    This is one thing I do regularly to pray for discernment so that I may walk in the truth of the Lord, so that what I do, what I say, and what I think may be in line with the will of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
    Blessings.


    Wow Lynne, I heard a phrase that beautifully communicates all too many congregation leaders like elders who bark at Session meetings making noise and not willing to provide details and obvious about calling wolf. It took me years as moderator to learn how to silence unhelpful vocal noise.
    Blessings.


    As always, a meditation that is insightful regarding the approach to have, especially these days.
    BTW, if Kayley tends to be an excessive barker, just think of those of us who have Cairn terriers – although very smart they probably top the list of intractable barkers.


    Lynne, when you get Kayley trained, would you please journey south to teach our English Setter about some discernment in his barking. He is a most wonderful dog, but his greatest joy in life is sitting in the front seat of our car and barking, barking, barking. Fortunately, we live in the country and the other person he really annoys is me!
    Thanks again for your insight!


    Dear Lynne,
    What a great devotional you have written. You certainly have been blessed with a special writing talent. Your words today are right on and it is so true that discernment is truly needed with the way things are occurring in our present world. May more people especially leaders give deep thought before they act and seek the guidance of our Lord before they rush ahead with their own decisions.
    Many blessings for your writings and I pray for good success as you work with Kayley to decrease the barking situation.


    On discernment: Are you aware of what is being proposed within our Presbyterian church in Canada? Very troubling.


    Thank you, Lynne. These sentences are such good characterization:
    Some Christians want to bark at anything and everything that may be new or different from what the church has always done. Others don’t want to bark at anything, choosing to go with the flow and keep the peace, even if they believe that certain decisions are not godly.


    Oh Lynne, you’ve got a barker…too! Mine thinks she needs to protect me from all sorts of intrusive critters like squirrels and rabbits!
    Nothing I do or say keeps her from carrying on except the command “leave it!” Then when I call, she comes running. For sure, I think we should run to God every time He calls us…especially after He tells us to “leave it!” Thanks for sharing. Blessings.


    Nicely done.
    (NS)

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