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What PresbyCan Daily Devotional Podcasts Are Available Today?

  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Monday, June 17, 2019: The Eye Opener by Lynne Phipps (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Sunday, June 16, 2019: Thinking Thoughts About God by Martin Wiles (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Saturday, June 15, 2019: X Marks The Spot by Gail Lundquist (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Friday, June 14, 2019: Irma Brought A Smile by Vincent Walter (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Thursday, June 13, 2019: Not My Way, But God's Way by Madeline Twooney (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Wednesday, June 12, 2019: What's The Real Problem? by Diane Eaton (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Tuesday, June 11, 2019: Oh, Bless His Holy Name by Cheryl Mariano (Cheremiah) (listen now)

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1 Comment

  • PresbyCan Feedback says:

    Thank you for sharing, Cheremiah. God bless you!

    Thanks, Cheryl. Praise God for your actions in this situation.

    And without the effort you had put in.
    Saved by grace, not works.

    Oh, the pain that truth should come with so much cost. Blessings.

    Thank you for your faith, which is your strength and hope today, Cheryl. Blessings on your work.

    Beautiful poem and testimony to stand firm. How sad for the children to be in a school that wears the name Christian yet hides His message.
    Blessings on your day.

    Hello my friend
    Another great one for sure!!! It is amazing to know we have the King of Kings standing behind us as we share His love and glorify His name.
    God bless.

    One of the Irish poets said, “When you speak the Truth, be sure to make people laugh,
    otherwise, they will crucify you”
    So, welcome to the club! And keep writing!

    Hi Cheremiah,
    “Many moons ago”, you wrote. And then I (we) think that that is only happening now. Obviously, it has gone on for ever as the Bible tells us in so many different places. Lovely poem, thank you for writing.

    Dear Cheremiah,
    Although near tears, you kept your focus on the “Rock.” Sad as these encounters of injustice to self, and to God, you are wise to know that what was meant for evil reasons, God used for good. The offence against Christ is always harder to bear when it comes within a Christian institution. Your poem so perfectly matches this story. Much appreciation.

    I think you are amazing and I love that you shared your faith with those beautiful children – you never know what difference you make in another’s life. I pray that child you shared that story with will grow to want to know our Lord and Savior and be saved from the darkness of this world. And most of all I pray for you – that you will continue to flower and bloom for the Lord – you are AWESOME!!! Never forget that my beautiful friend! GOD BLESS YOU!!!!

    Greetings Cheremiah,
    Thank you for sharing this devotional and another of your beautiful poems. So sorry to hear the trial of life you had to face while serving as a substitute teacher. The Lord’s love and strength helps us through these life situations as we stand strong in faith for Him.
    Blessings to you and enjoy a glorious day.

    Hi Cheryl:
    What a Beautiful Devotion! It really spoke to my heart. Yes, even in today’s world, with so much sin and sadness, God is so good to us. So glad He gives His Angels charge over us, to keep us in all our ways.
    Praise His Name.
    I trust you will keep writing. God Bless You, my dear Sister in Christ.
    (N.B., Canada)

    Thank you for your lovely devotional this morning. It brought to mind a day I was filling in at a school and a wee little girl asked me for a hug. I was just starting out and gave the child a hug. I got in real trouble for that as you are not allowed to hug children anymore. Can you believe that? It broke my heart. To keep my job, I was no longer allowed to hug children when they were in need of a hug. That was in the 90’s. One became very creative in giving children the attention they were needing.

    Thanks for sharing Cheremiah. I am glad you got out of that daycare. You had asked permission to share the story and received it. Any adverse effects from sharing the story should have been borne by the administrator and not by you. You were the scapegoat. Such behaviour on the part of the administrator and or the daycare board shows a lack of ethics and your dismissal by such cowardly and unethical people probably saved you even more distress and heartache in the future if you had stayed.

    Hello Cheryl,
    Thanks for taking the time to write Oh, Bless His Holy Name daily devotional, a true-life experience that touched you in such a deep way.
    Thank God that he provides scripture for us to go to in our time of hurt, yes it can even occur at a Christian School.
    The devil goes around like a roaring lion seeking whom he can destroy.
    Thanks be to God that He watches over us just like he did the apostle Paul.
    Know that we will triumph in the end. Stay true sister and God will rain down blessings upon you.
    (Ontario, Canada)

    Hi Cheremiah,
    Thank you for sharing this experience. I’m sorry that you experienced such rejection, and l pray for a softening of heart of the father who complained. Praise God who makes all things beautiful!

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