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What PresbyCan Daily Devotional Podcasts Are Available Today?

  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Monday, August 2, 2021: Best Lists Ever by Rose DeShaw (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Sunday, August 1, 2021: A Kite, An Answered Prayer, And A Song by Sharon Lundquist (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Saturday, July 31, 2021: An Invitation by John Stuart (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Friday, July 30, 2021: Our Two Power Sources by Diane Eaton (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Thursday, July 29, 2021: Patience And Persistence by Saranne Penberthy (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Wednesday, July 28, 2021: Upcycling by Rod Marshall (listen now)
  • PresbyCan Daily Devotional for Tuesday, July 27, 2021: Running By Faith by Martin Wiles (listen now)

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1 Comment

  • PresbyCan Feedback says:

    Amen Martin.

    Wonderful message; thank you for sharing.

    Thank you for this encouraging message.
    Stay safe and God bless.

    Thank you for another practical and very important concept.

    Thank you, Martin. Well put.
    Apart from anything else I am getting too old to run.

    Good afternoon Martin,
    Good words about walking by faith, rather than running.

    Thanks Martin. I really like your devotion this morning.
    Keep up these submissions to our faith.

    Thank you, Martin, for sharing this terrific example the walking by faith instead of running ahead and stumbling! Your son’s tumble could have been so much worse! Thank God for angel’s arms! Blessings.

    Good morning Martin
    I can identify with this message for sure. Thankful I am learning more and more to wait for Him.
    God bless.

    Martin, I was sure you were the writer of this devotional as I read along.
    You have a style that invites your readers to participate fully in the wisdom you are sharing.
    Thanks for providing exactly what I need this day God has given me.

    Dear Martin,
    A very good lesson for us all to remember. I know that I am always wanting it on my time, and I have to be patient. Patience is learnable but it is also easily forgotten. Thanks for sharing a really good example to help me remember. Blessings.

    Dear Mr. Whiles, I agree, the older I get(70) the more I see the wisdom of slowing down. While the world speeds up around us your advice is very timely and appreciated. I like the saying; “In the light of all eternity it probably won’t make a big difference.” Thank you for your reminder.

    Greetings Martin,
    Good advice for us to follow in your devotional. Yes, we must “slow down” and accept God’s timing in our faith walk and not be rushing ahead and expecting things to be the way we want. God’s timing and plans for us are for the best results. Blessings for your very mindful writings.

    Thank you for your message. It truly gave me pause and your message is one that I will try to recite to myself daily; “Walk, do not run, with your Heavenly Father.”

    Helps me today, Martin. Grateful for the inspiration.

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