Daily Devotion – Matthew 6:33 – Seek God’s Kingdom

Daily Devotion – Matthew 6:33 – Seek God’s Kingdom

What does it mean to seek God’s kingdom first? Can we really battle worry and anxiety by shifting our focus and thoughts on him and ignoring worry as it swirls around us? Let’s talk about 3 things I’ve learned while seeking the kingdom of God first...
Daily Devotion – Matthew 6:25 – Is Worry a Sin?

Daily Devotion – Matthew 6:25 – Is Worry a Sin?

Worry is always sinful. Yes, I said it, worry is a sin, and a heart problem. It is a sin that many people struggle with on a day to day basis. It is a serious problem. “Therefore I tell you: Don’t worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; or...
Daily Devotion – Psalm 91:2 – Trapped by a Difficult Problem

Daily Devotion – Psalm 91:2 – Trapped by a Difficult Problem

Do you feel trapped by a difficult problem? Perhaps you have a medical problem, a legal problem, or a relationship problem. Find hope in Psalm 91:2. Trapped Like a Bird When I walked into my living one morning last summer, I noticed my two cats behaving unusually....
Daily Devotion – Lifting the Weight of an Anxious Heart

Daily Devotion – Lifting the Weight of an Anxious Heart

It’s an epidemic. Opioid addiction has become a national epidemic in America. But it’s not only opioid-based medications that are a problem. A myriad of disorders ranging from depression to behavioral problems has brought a plague of prescription drugs on...
Daily Devotion – Distracted by Worry and Wants

Daily Devotion – Distracted by Worry and Wants

“And do not set your heart on what you will eat or drink; do not worry about it. For the pagan world runs after all such things, and your Father knows that you need them. But seek his kingdom, and these things will be given to you as well.” Luke 12:29-31 (NIV) Worry...
Daily Devotion – Psalm 9:12 – Eviction Notice

Daily Devotion – Psalm 9:12 – Eviction Notice

Evicting Useless Things I am hereby serving you, (you know who or what you are) an eviction notice. You are to vacate my brain immediately and never return. Take all your junk with you; I don’t need it anymore. You have occupied a space in my head for far too...

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