Unspoken: A Two-Week Devotional

Day One

Day One

We’re so glad you’ve joined our 10-day devotional on the 23rd Psalm. In all of Scripture, this Psalm may be the most familiar, bringing comfort and hope to those who hurt.

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Day Two

Day Two

For sheep to survive—let alone thrive—someone has to care for them. And you can tell the caliber of the shepherd based on the condition of the sheep.

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Day Three

Day Three

God invites us to rest in his good green pasture, feasting upon his promises, and ruminating on his nature and character.

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Day Four

Day Four

We experience thirst in this world, the kind that disrupts our peace. God, our Good Shepherd, knows we need to satisfy our thirst, but not with the raging, chaotic waters of the world. No, he provides the calm, tranquil waters of his perfect peace.

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Day Five

Day Five

In nature, streams always have a pure water source. At some point, the stream will require professional help to restore it to health so that it provides refreshment to those depending on it. It’s no different for the believer whose inner stream is sourced in God, our Good Shepherd.

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Day Six

Day Six

Sheep need guidance. A good shepherd leads sheep to green pastures and quiet waters, which they thrive in.

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Day Seven

Day Seven

Do you ever feel like life is hard enough to navigate even when you can see what’s going on around you? How much harder it is when everything is cloaked in darkness!

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Day Eight

Day Eight

We live in a world in which people do evil things. Consequently, we suffer in many ways: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. To be human is to suffer. To be human is to need comfort. God longs to provide comfort to us. He does this in several ways through the example of Jesus.

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Day Nine

Day Nine

The shepherd goes to excessive lengths to ensure his sheep experience a blessed, carefree life under his care, though all manner of opposition constantly threaten them. The same is true for us as God’s beloved sheep.

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Day Ten

Day Ten

What David learned, and we must learn, is how as finite, flawed human beings, we can’t always understand his good and perfect ways. Suffering and fear make it nearly impossible to assume he knows exactly what he’s doing and is trustworthy. Romans 8:28 means that nothing irredeemable can ever happen in the life of a child of God. Nothing.

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