Never fear “becoming poor in the spirit” as God leads you through paths of righteousness. He wants us in the valleys. He wants us on the mountaintops. He just wants us!
We live in a fast-paced world today. Do you find time in your daily life to spend time with God? Read on to discover the importance of having your own daily chapel with Him.
Pity Party - are you on the guest list or are you a party crasher? Either way, it’s not easy to move on when we get stuck in this mindset with feelings of despair. Jesus welcomes us to start new in Him each day.
Do you love the ocean and everything contained within? Or do you fear the unknown of what lies beneath? Either way, we have a knowledgeable Captain to take us through “The Sea of Life.” Today’s devotional reassures us that Jesus understands our love or fear, and He is with us each step of the way.
“Love your neighbor as yourself” is scripture found in Luke. But who exactly is God referencing when He tells us to love our neighbor? Only the people that live in the space next to us?
Something that God has put on my heart to talk about today is
“Living for today, not tomorrow.”
The reason I would like to talk about this is that every day we are getting older as you know. Usually with age comes death. Imagine this: What if you had 5 minutes left to live; what would you do, or say? What if you did not know you had 5 minutes left?
The Reverend Billy Graham (1918-2018) dedicated his life to sharing the Gospel message and proclaiming God’s unchanging truth. In honor of his life and legacy we are featuring an excerpt from his book, The Reason for My Hope: Salvation (2013).
Jesus set the perfect example for us in regard to most every aspect of life. Prayer was no exception. Read today’s devotional to find out more about why prayer is so important in our lives.
Are you endlessly searching for something to fill a void in your life? God has a way of filling all of our desires. Join Pastor Troy in today’s devotional as he talks about “Being Filled.”
Can you use some genuine joy in your life? A joy which can’t be quenched? A peace that can’t be taken? A happiness which can’t be threatened? There is such a joy. It is a sacred delight, a holy gladness. It comes from God and is within your reach.
- Max Lucado: from The Applause of Heaven
Guilt sucks the life out of our souls. Grace restores it. No one had more reason to feel the burden of guilt than did the apostle Paul. He had orchestrated the deaths and prison times for Christians—an ancient version of a terrorist. Yet, Paul gave his guilt to Jesus, period.
This is the final part in the series “Going to War with Satan.” Eric recaps each aspect of the full Armor of God and it’s application in our daily life.
The Sword of the Spirit is the topic of part 5 of the “Going to War with Satan” series. Read today’s devotional to find out how to sharpen your sword and put it to good use.
As we continue “Going to War with Satan,” our next step is to take up our Shield of Faith. Today, we discover exactly what this means for us in part 5 of this devotional series.
Part four of the series “Going to War with Satan” discusses having our feet fitted for the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace. Are you wearing the right size sandals? Are they laced up and ready to go?
Why is righteousness associated with protective armor like a breastplate? Continue reading today’s devotional to find out, in part 3 of our current series “Going to War with Satan.”