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Isaac Blesses Jacob…Again | Ep. 025

Jacob was a trickster – he tricked Esau out of not only his birthright, but his father Isaac’s blessing as well! But it all went according to God’s plan, despite the sinful nature of men! We begin Season 3 with Isaac blessing Jacob once again with the blessing of Abraham, and we learn how this …

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SPECIAL: Why Our Podcast Isn’t Just for Kids | Ep. 024

We are back from our break and gearing up for Season 3 next week! On our show this week we are going to be talking (mostly) to adults – but no worries, the kids can still listen in! We have created a very special and meaningful devotional format for our show and we want to …

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Season 2 Recap: The Time of Abraham | Ep. 023

We have finished Season 2 on Donuts and Devos, the best kid’s devotional podcast (we pray!). We look back over our time spent studying Abraham, God’s promises to him, and the beginning of his family. Our devotion will have a quick recap over our devotional stories, followed by our musical segment, the “Donut Mixer”, where …

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Jacob Steals Esau’s Blessing | Ep. 022

The blessing Isaac was to give his eldest son, Esau, was very much desired by all members of the family – for very different reasons! We explore why Rebekah and Jacob resorted to trickery and deception to receive this blessing…and how God is able to work through sinners for His glory! Find the coloring page …

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Esau and Jacob’s Birthright | Ep. 021

Fighting from even before they were born, Jacob and Esau are described as complete opposites and neither was worthy of God’s grace and favor. In our devotion this week, we look at how God’s prophetic words to Rebekah was a foreshadowing of our own “right” to our inheritance into God’s family. His gift of salvation …

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