Daily Devotion – Hebrews 13:5 – Christ Never Leaves Me

Daily Devotion – Hebrews 13:5 – Christ Never Leaves Me

God is at work in us, in our difficulties, and in situations. Trials and challenges will not always be removed. Some of my prayers have been answered “yes” or “no”. Others remain unanswered. In the denial and in the waiting I lean on the One who does what is best for...
Daily Devotion – Galatians 6:14 – How To Trust in Jesus

Daily Devotion – Galatians 6:14 – How To Trust in Jesus

We all have places of pride in our lives. We glory in what we know how to do, and forget that we are helpless without Christ. What can we do in these situations? When is it ok to be prideful? We must run to God’s Word! What scriptures can we use to point...
Daily Devotion – A World Without Jesus

Daily Devotion – A World Without Jesus

Imagine a world of no hope. All you have to look forward to is the end. Imagine a world of no forgiveness. Every mistake is held against you, so just sit and wait for the gavel to drop. Imagine a world with no righteousness. You can never do enough. You will never be...
Daily Devotion – Ephesians 2:8-9 – The Gift of Salvation

Daily Devotion – Ephesians 2:8-9 – The Gift of Salvation

No one can take any credit whatsoever for their salvation. No one will make it to heaven because they have done well enough. No one will get there because of someone else’s faith, because they acted like a Christian, or grew up in a godly home. The gift of Salvation...
Daily Devotion – Psalm 27:4 – The Beauty of the LORD

Daily Devotion – Psalm 27:4 – The Beauty of the LORD

When I met my wife, I was infatuated with her. And guess what? I still am! I mean that! So what does this have to do with “gazing on the beauty of the Lord all the days of my life?” I’m glad you asked! First, let’s ask: what on earth could David be talking...
Daily Devotion – Romans 12:1-2 – A Living Sacrifice

Daily Devotion – Romans 12:1-2 – A Living Sacrifice

In his letter to the Roman church, the Apostle Paul was urging, begging, the members of the church to present their bodies a living sacrifice.  Wait a minute – a LIVING SACRIFICE?  Doesn’t the mere word “sacrifice” insinuate death?  How can one be a “living...

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