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Dig Deep For God’s Promises…

Dig Deep For God’s Promises…

Dear Friends, during this time of quarantine, it can be easy to get discouraged, lonely or fearful by the events going on in our world. We want to encourage you to use this time to walk closer to the Lord and believe in His promises found in the Word.

When we released our current radio single, “Go Ask Moses,” to radio, we had no idea the COVID-19 outbreak was ahead. In the song, the lyrics talk about facing trials and finding strength to get through them. One of the ways we can find hope is to look back on how God has been faithful in the past – oh, if we could only go back and talk to some of the saints of old, maybe they could shed some light on how to have greater faith! Well, in some ways, we can…

When we read the first chapters in Exodus, we see that Moses lived through plagues. Things that only God can control. In that Old Testament account, there are numerous encouraging verses that can build our faith in what we’re facing today.

Starting today, let’s dig a little deeper in God’s Word and trust in His promises when we’re afraid or worried about the future. Are you ready to get started?

Step 1: Choose a passage from God’s Word.
Example text: Exodus Chapter 1-Chapter 14. (Break up the reading over a week or few days.)

Step 2: Read and highlight verses where God provided for His people during a time of crisis, plague or bondage.
Example: Exodus 13:21 reminds us that the Lord is with us day and night!

“And the LORD went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light; to go by day and night.”

Step 3: Meditate on God’s deliverance and/or journal your response to what you find in Scripture.

When we keep our eyes on the Lord, we will have greater peace and stability in times of need. Please feel free to share your favorite promises from Scripture with us in the comments and encourage one another as we walk through this time of quiet and stillness.


Comments: 8

  • Linda Cox
    March 23, 2020 3:16 pm

    Mark, so thankful for you and the inspiration you & your group have been to so many over the years. We are all in this together and believing that God is moving in this time of uncertainty. Thankful now as we cling to His Word and Live in the Power of Scripture as never before. We love you guys and you are in our prayers.
    Mike & Linda Cox-Columbia MO

  • Larry andBrenda Wall
    March 23, 2020 3:40 pm

    Mark. I have been reading Exodus. Coincidence? I don’t think so. Thanks for the confirmation. Sure will miss seeing you at the Truthseekers Homecoming. Until another time, God bless you and your ministry. Stay well!

  • Pinky Walker
    March 23, 2020 6:45 pm

    Mark, Thank you for your encouragement. You & the MTQ are a light in a dark world. One of the scriptures that I have been meditating over the last few days is Psalm 91, “the Lord is my refuge & fortress, In Him will I trust“. That’s all we can do. Put ourselves in the palm of His hand & trust Him. He will take care of the things around us. God bless you!

  • Pat Gerber
    March 24, 2020 1:10 am

    Quite interesting, our church is doing a read through the Old Testament this year. Guess where we are?! Exodus, coincidence? I think not!! God’s best to you! Stay healthy! Looking forward to seeing you in Bluffton in August!!!!!!

  • Dave and Wendy Miller
    March 25, 2020 8:01 pm

    Hello MTQ, just finished reading your devotional about Moses. God is faithful , and he will deliver his children thru these trials on this old earth.
    I keep looking up waiting for our Lord to break open the sky and call his bride home. In the mean time we will keep you all in our prayers.

  • Betty Hammons
    March 31, 2020 1:15 pm

    You are one of my favorite groups. Such a blessing! Pray for you often.

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