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The Discipline of Morning Prayer (Psalm 5:3 Sermon)

(Preached at First Baptist, Pauls Valley, OK 8-31-14) One of the best articles I have ever read is “The Tyranny of the Urgent” by Charles Hummel. In it he writes that many people often wish for a 30-hour day, so … Continue reading

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“The Morning Watch” (Psalm 5:3 Sermon)

One of the best articles I have ever read is “The Tyranny of the Urgent” by Charles Hummel. In it he writes that many people often wish for a 30-hour day, so they could get more done. But Hummel says … Continue reading

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And WATCH!

In Psalm 5:3 David says, “In the morning, O LORD, You will hear my voice. In the morning, I will order my prayer to You, and eagerly watch.” Those last words are important. David did not just say that he … Continue reading

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Morning Prayer

Psalm 5:3 says, “In the morning, O LORD, You will hear my voice. In the morning I will order my prayer to You, and eagerly watch.” The words “in the morning” are repeated in this short verse, indicating that there … Continue reading

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Come Up In The Morning

In Exodus 34:2 God commanded Moses: “So be ready by morning, and come up in the morning to Mount Sinai, and present yourself there to Me on the top of the mountain.” Here, just before God would show His glory … Continue reading

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