Psalm 136, Day 9 of 10

When we truly believe God’s steadfast love endures forever, it affects all of life. We’ll hear thanksgiving praise from women who have benefited from Nancy’s study of Psalm 136… women who say, “Give thanks to the Lord, for His steadfast love endures forever”... on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Psalm 136, Day 8 of 10

Families often thank God before they eat their meals. That can be an effective way to remind ourselves of our dependence on Him. But there’s another kind of food that God gives us. Find out more on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Psalm 136, Day 7 of 10

Have you experienced the constant pressure of coming up with the next meal? Can you imagine how hard it would be to feed all the people and all the animals in the world every day? On Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will remind us— that’s something God does all the time...it’s an evidence of His steadfast love.

Psalm 136, Day 6 of 10

“Cross my heart, hope to die!” Kids sometimes tack special wording onto their promises to show that THIS time they’re really serious! Adults do it, too. HONESTLY, we do! Well, when God makes promises, we don’t have to question whether or not He’ll follow through. Join Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth as she takes us back to Psalm 136 to show us His complete faithfulness, on Revive Our Hearts.

Steadfast Love

When you were younger, did you ever fall for this joke— “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall. Pete fell off. Who was left?” and you answered dutifully, “Repeat.” To which your friend (or is it your torturer?) responded, “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall,” and on it went. Repetition can be frustrating. Unless it’s really helpful. On Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows us a good kind of repetition.

Psalm 136, Day 5 of 10

When you think of evidences that God loves you, what comes to mind? A lot of us see His love in His provision for us -- food, clothes, health, a place to live. Have you ever thought about how we can see God’s love reflected in His people? That’s what Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explores on Revive Our Hearts.

Psalm 136, Day 4 of 10

If you’re a guest in someone’s home and they serve you a delicious homemade apple pie, you don’t thank the pie. You don’t compliment the apples. Instead, you tell the person who baked the pie how much you appreciate it. In the same way, God’s creation is meant to point us to Him, the Creator. That’s something you’ll hear more about on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Psalm 136, Day 3 of 10

If you’re ever tempted to think that you and the world around you are just one big accident, you need to listen to the next edition of Revive Our Hearts as Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows us how the wonders of God’s creation show us His goodness and love.

Psalm 136, Day 2 of 10

There’s a promise in the Bible that affects your perspective on any circumstance in life— no matter how difficult it may seem. Find out what that promise is, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Psalm 136, Day 1 of 10

When you were younger, did you ever fall for this joke— “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall. Pete fell off. Who was left?” and you answered dutifully, “Repeat.” To which your friend (or is it your torturer?) responded, “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall,” and on it went. Repetition can be frustrating. Unless it’s really helpful. On Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth starts a new series showing us a good kind of repetition.

Growing in Christian Gratefulness

It’s one thing to be thankful for God’s blessings, but if we’re not careful, we can forget to look beyond the gifts to the Giver Himself. Mary Kassian helps us grow grateful in the best sense possible, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

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