Daily Devotion – Mark 12:31 – Love Your Neighbor

Daily Devotion – Mark 12:31 – Love Your Neighbor

Don’t let the words fool you. This isn’t about you, or me, at all. It’s about us. Jesus said some words long ago that we, in the church, know well and believe well. But often struggle to practice. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with...
Daily Devotion – 1 Timothy 2:4 – The Attributes of God

Daily Devotion – 1 Timothy 2:4 – The Attributes of God

And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them. 1John 4:16 NIV God Is Love One of the first lessons we want to instill in our children or convey to anyone we have an opportunity to influence is that...
Daily Devotion – Love Covers All – An Antidote for Hate

Daily Devotion – Love Covers All – An Antidote for Hate

Love Covers All Hatred stirs up conflict, but love covers over all wrongs. (Prov 10:12 NIV) The book of Proverbs begins with personalized encouragements, admonitions, and instruction from a father to a son. The first 9 chapters also include parables that contrast...
Daily Devotion – Someone To Love Me

Daily Devotion – Someone To Love Me

Being Loved I don’t know of a single person who has never wanted to be loved.  I can’t think of anyone that I know who does not want to be loved.  Everyone wants to be loved by someone else. Everyone wants to feel special to someone.  Children want their parent’s...
Daily Devotion – Unlock The Power Of Forgiveness

Daily Devotion – Unlock The Power Of Forgiveness

Forgiveness Do you struggle to forgive someone? I understand the challenge of forgiving a troublesome person. Forgiveness isn’t easy. My first instinct is to lash out and cause them emotional discomfort. But this gets me nowhere. For example, when my ex-wife wanted...
Daily Devotion – Love People to Jesus

Daily Devotion – Love People to Jesus

Is love your number one goal? We live in a world today where people believe it’s OK to say whatever you want to because it’s true. It’s a free country, and you certainly have that right to, but how you say it and your motive behind it could be more harmful for you and...