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Beside Still Waters: Daily Devotions from the Psalms
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Devotional books are a wonderful way to connect with the Word of God on a daily basis. However, many 365-day offerings provide little more than 60-second sound bites to sustain readers for brief reflection. So if you’ve been searching for a devotional reader that takes a deeper dive into the book of Psalms, then you’ve got a trustworthy guide in your hands. Journey into this fascinating Bible book of history, poetry, prophecy, wisdom, and song with Pastor Barry Stagner, author of the acclaimed 365-day devotional, Body Builders. You will not only be inspired in the moment, but invigorated with insight to go the distance as the Psalms come to life in the context of today’s hectic world. Regardless of what season of life you’re in, Beside Still Waters will revive your soul and sustain your spirit with timeless revelation and practical application as you walk day by day through the majestic and marvelous book of Psalms. From the introduction: “Nothing in the history of human literature will ever come remotely close to what you are about to encounter. Listen to the heartfelt pleas of mankind that arise from the depths of personal pain and despair, and you will hear the ecstatic praise of the same, offered to Him alone who is worthy to receive it. Together we will read the lyrics to songs that have long since lost their melodies, and we will hear the confessions of a man who has been broken by his own sin. We will learn how to walk through the valley of the shadow of death and fear no evil. We will discover that we are to bless the Lord at all times and let His praise continually be in our mouths-no matter how we are “feeling.” You will soon discover that our study in the Book of Psalms will be much like reaching into a deep well and drawing out untold riches and truth that can we can apply to our everyday lives.”