Short daily devotionals for Elul, highly recommended.

Mikveh in the Galilee. Photo by Yocheved

Mikveh in the Galilee. Photo by Yocheved

The month of Elul and the first ten days of Tishri, as we approach Yom Kippur, are traditionally used for heart searching and repentance on a deeper level before we approach our King.  The BYNA Prayer Coordinators along with Elders Barry Phillips and Ed Boring have put together a dynamite daily devotion that I have really been enjoying in my email each day.  Now it is published on the BYNA website, however, if you will sign up for their emails, you will get these daily directly in your inbox.

40 Days of Repentance: “Fruit of an Unrepentant Heart”

If you are just getting started, you will want to catch up to where we are today.  (Today, September 10, 2016 is Day 8.)

I hope you will join me in this series and sign up for daily email updates on this terrific series.

Blessings.

About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ natsab.wordpress.com Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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3 Responses to Short daily devotionals for Elul, highly recommended.

  1. Pingback: Short daily devotionals for Elul, highly recommended. | redshoooz

  2. Melody Robbins says:

    Shabbat Shalom Pete, Kelly, Gunner, Jeremiah, Joseph and Silas,

    Thank you for this list of devotional readings and prayers. I have started this today.

    I am praying for all of you, especially in regards to your upcoming trip.

    Shalom from all of us,

    Melody Robbins

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      Shabbat shalom and blessings to you guys as well!

      If you have followed my Scott Hillman posts, did you know three of his four were at Camp Mashiach this summer!! Bet you know/met all of them!

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