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Wednesday, May 31, 2023

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Today's Devotional: The Feverent Prayer Of A Righteous Man....


A Balanced Prayer

Taking time to praise the King of Kings will change how you bring your petitions to Him. 

From Intouch Ministries

June 1, 2023

2 Chronicles 20:5-12

Modern-day Christians can learn a lot from prayers recorded in the Old Testament. Many women and men who prayed in the Bible witnessed firsthand God’s wonder-working power—and that power is still available to us today. 

Let’s take a look at Jehoshaphat. His prayer for help not only asked the Lord to meet his needs but also proclaimed God’s greatness. By praying, “Power and might are in Your hand so that no one can stand against You” (2 Chron. 20:6), Jehoshaphat was praising God and at the same time reminding himself of the Lord’s greatness.

Likewise, our requests should be made with recognition of who God is. While crying out to God about his terrible predicament, Jehoshaphat also exalted the Lord for His attributes and acknowledged the great things He had done previously. That’s why knowing the Word of God is so important. Reading about how He has worked in the lives of others helps us grasp the immensity of His might. 

Do you want to revolutionize your prayer life? When you talk to God, recall His mercy, grace, and awesome power. Focus as much attention on Him as you do on your requests, and your relationship with the Father will be transformed.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Today's Devotional: Delight In Him As He Delights In You


Beloved Children, Pleasing to God

God delights in those who love Him and want to do His will—even when they stumble.

From Intouch Ministries

May 31, 2023

Ephesians 5:1-10

As believers, we’re supposed to imitate Jesus. That might seem impossible to us. After all, He was the Son of God! In fact, God the Father even attested several times, “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well-pleased” (Matthew 3:17). How can we possibly live up to that? 

Thankfully, God doesn’t expect us to be perfect. He knows we’re still learning. Just like a parent who rejoices over a baby’s first steps, so our heavenly Father delights in our steps as we seek to walk with Him. The goal is growth. Once a toddler walks, the parents’ delight shifts to more mature achievements. As long as we keep growing in our faith, we will never cease learning new ways to please our Father. He loves us and patiently cheers us on at each new level. 

What’s important to the Lord is our heart. Amidst all our frailties, failures, and temptations, God sees our inmost thoughts and motivations. He knows how much we love Him and desire to obey. Even in our stumbling, He helps us up and encourages us with His Word. 

If you’re prone to perfectionism, give yourself grace and time to grow. That’s what the Father does, so learn to see yourself through His eyes. He’s waiting—not to berate your efforts but to help you develop into the person He designed you to be.

Bible in One Year: Esther 6-10



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Today's Devotional: The Gift Of Giving


The Grace of Giving

Those who honor God by sharing generously are blessed with His joy. 

From IntouchMinistries

May 30, 2023

2 Corinthians 8:1-7

In verse 7 of today’s passage, Paul wrote, “See that you also excel in this grace of giving” (NIV). Let’s look at some people in the Bible who were examples of this kind of generosity. 

In Mark 12:41-44, Jesus praised the poor widow for her sacrificial giving. Contrasting her with those who gave out of their surplus, He said, “She, out of her poverty, put in all she owned” (vv. 44). When we trust the Lord with our finances as this woman did, then no matter how little or how much we have, we’ll excel at the grace of giving. 

A sacrificial mindset can be found in the early church, too. Those new believers eagerly sold their possessions and property to meet the needs around them. (See Acts 2:45.) Because of their generosity, God blessed them with glad hearts, favor from people, and increasing numbers. 

The Macedonian churches from today’s passage also understood the importance of giving. Even though these believers were very poor, Paul says “their overflowing joy and their extreme poverty welled up in rich generosity.” He even says they considered it a privilege to share in this way (vv. 2, 4 NIV).

God expects us to give, and to do so cheerfully (2 Corinthians 9:7). In His grace, He’s provided biblical role models to help us learn how. What’s one way you can become a more giving person?

Bible in One Year: Esther 1-5

Sunday, May 28, 2023

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Today's Devotional: Listen Up!


Sunday Reflection: Listen and Respond With Courage

Remember, taking a risk in God's will is always safter than clinging to safety outside His will. 

From Intouch Ministries

May 28, 2023


To get the most out of this devotion, set aside time to read the scriptures referenced throughout.

Sometimes God calls us to participate in His mission in unusual or even confusing ways. These situations might ask us to step outside of our normal manner of doing things and take a risk, give sacrificially, inconvenience ourselves, or even suffer for the sake of others. Have you ever felt called to go beyond your routine to do something extraordinary? 

For some Christians, this might look like answering a call to move overseas and share the gospel with unreached people groups. For others, it could mean giving more than usual to help their church or community meet a need. Or perhaps it involves taking a risk to support and come alongside someone who is struggling. Not all of us are called to make big, overt gestures. But we all can try to listen with courage, trusting God to guide us in how we use His gifts—whatever that may look like.

Think about it

• Can you remember a time when God asked you to take a step that made you uncomfortable or even fearful? How did you deal with it? 

• First Corinthians 16:13 (NIV) says, “Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong.” What would it look like to listen to God with courage? 

Bible in One Year: Nehemiah 8-10 

Saturday, May 27, 2023

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Today's Devotional: Spiritual Lighter Fluid!


Rekindling the Flame

If you feel discouraged, extra time with your heavenly Father is just what you need. 

From Intouch Ministries

May 27, 2023

2 Timothy 1:6-7

We all get burned out at some point or another. Perhaps difficult circumstances have led to discouragement. Or maybe you keep going but feel as if you’re just going through the motions—there’s no joy, no fruit. Paul told Timothy to “kindle afresh the gift of God which is in you” (2 Tim. 1:6). So how do we do that? 

Refill: Get on your knees before the Lord and ask Him to fill you again. Examine your life, repent of any sins, and submit to Him. 

Refocus: Nothing dims the flame like fixing your eyes on the problem. Whenever we focus on obstacles, they grow larger. But when we shift our eyes to Christ, He becomes bigger than any difficulty we face. 

Reject: When we’re down, the Devil whispers his lies into our mind: You can’t do this. No one appreciates you. Why not call it quits? We need to recognize all discouraging thoughts as coming from him—and reject them. 

Retreat: Get away with the Lord—free from distractions—to rekindle your relationship with Him. 

After going through all these steps, you will have renewed enthusiasm and commitment. Hard circumstances may remain, but you’ll be equipped to handle them because you won’t be handling them alone.

Bible in One Year: Nehemiah 4-7

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Thursday, May 25, 2023

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Today's Devotional: Thy Will Be Done? What Does That Mean?


Why We Might Miss God’s Will

Impulsive, emotion-driven decisions can cause us to miss God's best. 

From Intouch Ministries

May 26, 2023

1 John 5:13-15

Yesterday we looked at two reasons we might miss God’s will. John 14:26 says the Holy Spirit teaches us all things. So why do we sometimes have trouble understanding His plan?

We make decisions according to emotions. When life gets hard, our instinct is to move away from the source of pain—but in reality, we need to move closer to Jesus. When we figure He couldn’t possibly want us to feel this way, we’re more prone to take action and hope that we’re in His will. But then we’re actually focusing on ourselves instead of God’s plan. 

We focus only on the immediate. Many times we come to God troubled about the choices we or our loved ones are facing. We do not see how this situation could possibly be His will. Our short-term focus prevents us from seeing the Lord’s long-term purposes. 

We conduct a superficial search. We can treat finding God’s will like a checklist: “Read. Pray Serve. Give.” But that can result in neglecting to give God the time and stillness needed for us to hear from Him (Psalm 46:10). More than simply investing time with the Lord, listening without distraction is also essential. 

How much Bible study is required to find out what God wants for us? What amount of prayer? The answer is simple: whatever it takes to hear from Him. He will always answer His children.

Bible in One Year: Nehemiah 1-3

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Howard Track & Field Set to Compete in the NCAA East Preliminary Round


HU sends more than a dozen Bison to Jacksonville

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 WASHINGTON (May 23, 2023) - Howard University track & field program sends more than a dozen Bison to Jacksonville, Fla., to compete in the NCAA East Preliminary Round. The four-day event (May 24-27) will take place on the campus of the University of North Florida.


 Tickets for the 2023 NCAA East Preliminary Round are available here.

 Bison Nation can also follow all the action via ESPN+ and/or live results.


 Thursday (May 18), the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) unveiled its Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships First Round Preliminaries where HU led the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) with more than a dozen Bison.

 Overall, HU saw a program-best 16 Bison on the qualifier list, including 11 student-athletes competing individually. Furthermore, The Mecca is the only institution in the league with a relay squad making the cut (men's 4x100 and women's 4x400).


 Four Bison are competing in the 110-meter hurdles, led by graduate Dylan Beard (Baltimore). Entering the meet, he has the second-fastest time in the nation (13.29).

 Seniors Jermanie Byrd (Miami Gardens, Fla.) and Kameron Davis (Miami) and junior Zachary Hawkins (Lithonia, Ga.) joins Beard in the event.

 Senior sprinter Ashton Daniel (Athens, Ga.) represents HU in the 200-meter dash after posting a qualifying time of 20.71 at the MEAC Outdoor Championships (May 9-11).

 Howard’s 4x100 relay squad looks to keep its season alive after running a school record 40.00 in Norfolk, Va.

 In the field, second-year Bison Chase Drewery (Waldorf, Md.) takes part in the triple jump after leaping 15.43 meters at the conference championships.


 All-American senior Jessica Wright (Durham, N.C.) and junior Darci Khan (Stockbridge, Ga.) headline the women’s side.

 Wright looks to make the National round for second straight year in the 400-meter hurdles, producing a 55.81 time (4th in the country) at the Tom Jones Memorial (April 14-15). Freshman Aniya Woodruff (Harrisburn, N.C.) joins Wright in the event, clocking in at 58.37 (MEAC Outdoor Championships).

 Khan enters the week with the nation’s ninth-fastest mark in the 100-meter hurdles, recording a 12.96 time at the Texas Relays (March 29-April 1). Fellow classmate Kaya-Rae Dunbar (Burtonsville, Md.) will also compete in the race after posting a 13.40 mark at the conference championships.

 Second-year Bison sprinter Tiffani-Rae Pittman (Bowie, Md.) represents HU in the 100-meter (11.45; Texas Relays) and 200-meter dashes (23.29; MEAC Outdoor Championships).

 This year’s 4x400 relay squad looks to get back to the National level, running a 3:31.24 mark in Austin.


 Qualifiers from the meet will advance to the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, which will be held June 7-10 in Austin, Texas.