I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.

Devotional
Psalm 107:2-3
2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;

When we are young and instructed to leave the stove alone, not to cross the street unattended or stay away from strangers, we may not necessarily understand why. Our parents or caretakers were protecting us from potentially hazardous situations.

Our Father in Heaven watches out for us. Although we do not get an “audible” from Him (unless He so decides), through His Word, He warns us about who and what is dangerous and how to handle anything or anyone we encounter.

I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.

Devotional
Psalm 107:2-3
2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;

When we are young and instructed to leave the stove alone, not to cross the street unattended or stay away from strangers, we may not necessarily understand why. Our parents or caretakers were protecting us from potentially hazardous situations.

Our Father in Heaven watches out for us. Although we do not get an “audible” from Him (unless He so decides), through His Word, He warns us about who and what is dangerous and how to handle anything or anyone we encounter.

I have been in funk lately.  I have been unmotivated to do anything really.  I haven’t felt like cleaning my house, or cooking dinner, or really participating in anything.  I debate in my head whether I am just taking a time-out to re-prioritize, or am I tad depressed?  I’m sure I could present an argument for either.

I’m sharing this with you openly because I want you to understand that you are not alone.  Not everyone will identify with what I write, but I know that there are a few of you that will, and that’s all that matters.

As a woman, it’s hard at times to remain steady amidst the waves of emotions, feelings, and hormones.  It’s like sometimes I feel as if I’m underwater just trying to get a breath of air.

We believe that eternity dwells in the Person of God and that the material universe came into being through God's creation.

A. W. Tozer , a modern day prophet, was a key figure in The Christian and Missionary Alliance. His legacy reaches through time and has impacted countless millions. A prolific author and pastor, Tozer was known for his emphasis on the deeper life movement. His message, informed as it was by A.B. Simpson the founder of The Alliance, brought the missionary call to a massive audience. A series of his sermons are available as audio files .

His books have been published around the world and in many languages. This devotional was compiled from the Renewed Day by Day Chapter -

We’re excited to release our six-week Love God Greatly Broken & Redeemed Bible Study! For less than $12, you’ll receive our easy to follow reading plan, weekly reflection questions, prayer & praise section, as well as plenty of room to journal your daily, personal SOAP reflections as you dive deeper into God’s Word!

Best of all — EVERY journal sold supports the ministry efforts of Love God Greatly. Thank you for helping us get more and more women around the world in God’s Word!

Love God Greatly is dedicated to making God’s Word available to our beautiful community of women… and now, women have the incredible opportunity to share God’s Word with children through this study uniquely crafted for young hearts.

I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.

Devotional
Psalm 107:2-3
2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;

When we are young and instructed to leave the stove alone, not to cross the street unattended or stay away from strangers, we may not necessarily understand why. Our parents or caretakers were protecting us from potentially hazardous situations.

Our Father in Heaven watches out for us. Although we do not get an “audible” from Him (unless He so decides), through His Word, He warns us about who and what is dangerous and how to handle anything or anyone we encounter.

I have been in funk lately.  I have been unmotivated to do anything really.  I haven’t felt like cleaning my house, or cooking dinner, or really participating in anything.  I debate in my head whether I am just taking a time-out to re-prioritize, or am I tad depressed?  I’m sure I could present an argument for either.

I’m sharing this with you openly because I want you to understand that you are not alone.  Not everyone will identify with what I write, but I know that there are a few of you that will, and that’s all that matters.

As a woman, it’s hard at times to remain steady amidst the waves of emotions, feelings, and hormones.  It’s like sometimes I feel as if I’m underwater just trying to get a breath of air.

I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.

Devotional
Psalm 107:2-3
2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;

When we are young and instructed to leave the stove alone, not to cross the street unattended or stay away from strangers, we may not necessarily understand why. Our parents or caretakers were protecting us from potentially hazardous situations.

Our Father in Heaven watches out for us. Although we do not get an “audible” from Him (unless He so decides), through His Word, He warns us about who and what is dangerous and how to handle anything or anyone we encounter.

I have been in funk lately.  I have been unmotivated to do anything really.  I haven’t felt like cleaning my house, or cooking dinner, or really participating in anything.  I debate in my head whether I am just taking a time-out to re-prioritize, or am I tad depressed?  I’m sure I could present an argument for either.

I’m sharing this with you openly because I want you to understand that you are not alone.  Not everyone will identify with what I write, but I know that there are a few of you that will, and that’s all that matters.

As a woman, it’s hard at times to remain steady amidst the waves of emotions, feelings, and hormones.  It’s like sometimes I feel as if I’m underwater just trying to get a breath of air.

We believe that eternity dwells in the Person of God and that the material universe came into being through God's creation.

A. W. Tozer , a modern day prophet, was a key figure in The Christian and Missionary Alliance. His legacy reaches through time and has impacted countless millions. A prolific author and pastor, Tozer was known for his emphasis on the deeper life movement. His message, informed as it was by A.B. Simpson the founder of The Alliance, brought the missionary call to a massive audience. A series of his sermons are available as audio files .

His books have been published around the world and in many languages. This devotional was compiled from the Renewed Day by Day Chapter -

We’re excited to release our six-week Love God Greatly Broken & Redeemed Bible Study! For less than $12, you’ll receive our easy to follow reading plan, weekly reflection questions, prayer & praise section, as well as plenty of room to journal your daily, personal SOAP reflections as you dive deeper into God’s Word!

Best of all — EVERY journal sold supports the ministry efforts of Love God Greatly. Thank you for helping us get more and more women around the world in God’s Word!

Love God Greatly is dedicated to making God’s Word available to our beautiful community of women… and now, women have the incredible opportunity to share God’s Word with children through this study uniquely crafted for young hearts.

The King is coming very soon. He is coming to take away his redeemed children to attend the greatest wedding heaven and earth have ever seen. But as in the parable of the ten virgins, many of the people for whom he is coming, have become tired of waiting. Some of them have spoiled the splendid garments of righteousness that they should be wearing with that which God hates most – sin.

It is time to take practical steps to move forward in righteousness. This devotional can help you to do exactly that. You can use the Text and Content for your morning devotion. During your free period in the afternoon, occupy yourself with the Memory Verse and Action Point assignment. Before going to bed, spend time to read through the portions from the Bible in one year.

Before you lies yet another year, filled with 366 opportunities to discover God’s powerful presence in your life. Wake up from your spiritual sleep! Get up and get going! God wants to show you the Way. Spend time with the Lord and he will draw near to you. Pray down his power on you as an individual and on the body of Christ, and prepare to experience the fulfillment of his promise – a force far greater than any of your problems. Break the bonds of sin. Live a life of Love. His plan for you is perfect. He longs to make you pure. He asks only for you willingness and obedience, and offers you abundant blessing.

I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.

Devotional
Psalm 107:2-3
2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;

When we are young and instructed to leave the stove alone, not to cross the street unattended or stay away from strangers, we may not necessarily understand why. Our parents or caretakers were protecting us from potentially hazardous situations.

Our Father in Heaven watches out for us. Although we do not get an “audible” from Him (unless He so decides), through His Word, He warns us about who and what is dangerous and how to handle anything or anyone we encounter.

I have been in funk lately.  I have been unmotivated to do anything really.  I haven’t felt like cleaning my house, or cooking dinner, or really participating in anything.  I debate in my head whether I am just taking a time-out to re-prioritize, or am I tad depressed?  I’m sure I could present an argument for either.

I’m sharing this with you openly because I want you to understand that you are not alone.  Not everyone will identify with what I write, but I know that there are a few of you that will, and that’s all that matters.

As a woman, it’s hard at times to remain steady amidst the waves of emotions, feelings, and hormones.  It’s like sometimes I feel as if I’m underwater just trying to get a breath of air.

We believe that eternity dwells in the Person of God and that the material universe came into being through God's creation.

A. W. Tozer , a modern day prophet, was a key figure in The Christian and Missionary Alliance. His legacy reaches through time and has impacted countless millions. A prolific author and pastor, Tozer was known for his emphasis on the deeper life movement. His message, informed as it was by A.B. Simpson the founder of The Alliance, brought the missionary call to a massive audience. A series of his sermons are available as audio files .

His books have been published around the world and in many languages. This devotional was compiled from the Renewed Day by Day Chapter -

I sold my heart for a penny,
For my next meal, next rent payment.
I sold my heart for a penny,
A pittance, a paltry sum,
To fulfill my immediate need,
While my long-term needs
Went unmet, my desires unfulfilled.

I sold my heart for a penny,
But You redeemed it with blood.
With You own precious lifeblood,
You redeemed my heart.
It had been battered,
Severely wounded, and ripped apart
Until it wasn’t even recognizable
As a human heart.

You redeemed this worthless, battered thing
And turned it into something precious,
Just because You redeemed it.
But You didn’t stop with redeeming my heart.
You healed and restored it.
You replaced the missing flesh of my heart
With flesh from Your heart,
And You knit them so perfectly together
That there are no empty places.


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