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Our bodies are mostly made of water, and we can only go a few days without it, but are we finding the same refreshment in the Cross? “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.” (Matt. 5:6) Quench your thirst and drink from the eternal spring.

Featured Videos – The Chosen Christmas & TobyMac

The Chosen has a new episode! To launch the Christmas season this December, The Chosen has created a special episode about the birth of Christ through the eyes of Mary and Joseph. You’ll also see an extraordinary lineup of musicians perform both new and classic Christmas songs from the set of The Chosen, including: Phil Wickham, For King & Country, Brandon Lake, Maverick City Music, Cain, Matt Maher, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Jordan Feliz, We The Kingdom, The Bonner Family, Leanna Crawford, Dawson Hollow, and One Voice Children’s Choir. It will be in theaters December 1.

Grammy winner TobyMac has released the single, “Promised Land,” and the song has significance to Toby. It’s in honor of his Granddad, a miner in West Virginia, where TobyMac’s own father grew up in a mining camp. “It was a hard life,” he says. “A life where I imagine they must have really wondered where in the world is my promised land? “The lyrics land where I want my life to land: that the promised land is no land at all, but a relationship with the King that loves us deeply.  It turns from where’s my promised land, to you’re my promised land.”

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