Daily Devotions

Are you looking to hear a word from God today? Browse our Daily Devotions each day to connect with him.

Today’s Devotion

Daily Devotion – Romans 12:6-8 – The Spiritual Gift of Leadership

If you are gifted in leadership, work diligently to serve (not lord over, not complain about, not avoid) those the Lord has entrusted in your care.

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Daily Devotion – Representing Jesus Well in a Difficult Season

Daily Devotion – Representing Jesus Well in a Difficult Season

As we continue to walk through this season of hardship and uncertainty, let’s all consider to what degree we are representing Jesus well and advancing the Gospel of Christ—in our marriages, our relationships, our workplaces, our communities, and yes, even in our social media feeds.

This, however, is exactly the opposite of how we are called to behave. As Paul implores the Philippian church in Philippians 1:27 (ESV): “Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the Gospel of Christ.” 

Whatever happens. Even when we’re facing an onslaught of unimaginable circumstances? Even when we’re fearful about what the future will hold for ourselves, for our family, and for our nation? Even when we’re angry, antagonized, and convinced that we are right? Even then, Paul says “…so that  whether I come and see you or am absent, I may hear of you that you are standing firm in one spirit, with one mind striving side by side for the faith of the gospel” (Philippians 1:27, ESV).

Daily Devotion – Mathew 5:44 – Loving the Unlovable

Daily Devotion – Mathew 5:44 – Loving the Unlovable

How do you love the unlovable people in your life? Do you apply Matthew 5:44 in those tough situations with them? Do you shy away from the unlovable people in your life and place them in the “too hard” basket?

Daily Devotion – Mark 2 – Faith of our Friends

Daily Devotion – Mark 2 – Faith of our Friends

However, what was it like for the paralytic? He had to rely on friends to carry him wherever he wanted to go. Obviously, this man was what would be deemed in today’s language a “complete quadriplegia”.

Popular Devotions

Daily Devotion – James 1:2 – Count It All Joy?

Our trials produce a perseverance in us that help us become who God is trying to mold us into. Count your many blessings. Count them all! Count it all joy!

Daily Devotion – As You Will, Young Man

Is it not true that unlimited power of choice is given to everyone? Day after day, to every question in life the answer of time is, “As you will.”

Daily Devotion – God Has Your Back

Have you ever wonder, does God really takes control of everything? Does He really cares for you? Does He really hear your prayer? And why God let the topsy-turvy situation into your life?

Daily Devotion – God Cried

Jesus, too, cried, at least once, as recorded in Scripture. One might wonder what sort of things God would cry about. It’s important for us to remember that while Jesus was completely divine, he was somehow, at the same time, completely human. Jesus had lost a dear friend, Lazarus, and it moved him to tears.

Daily Devotable – His Beloved

Beloved, this may be your present state of mind; you do not doubt your salvation; you know that Christ is yours, but you are not feasting with him.

Daily Devotion – Friends in High Places

This Christmas, forgive those who have hurt you. Offer yourself that gift, and then to whomever. Be at peace too. Don’t fear evil. God is with you.

Daily Devotable – There Is Still Work For You To Do

On my way back to school I heard a voice say “There is still work for you to do”. There was my answer. The rest of the week I thanked God for answering my prayer. I still had work to do.

Daily Devotion – Exodus 25:9 – God In The Details

When I have an unanswered prayer, a disappointing circumstance, or a need, I choose a Bible verse of encouragement, or retrieve one I’ve memorized, but I can also go back to the principle in the tabernacle. God is a God of details for His designed purposes, and He knows what I need.

Daily Devotion – The Inseparable Love of God

To be separated from those you love most and the things you cherish is like ripping a man’s skin from his flesh. No pain cuts deeper.

Daily Devotion – Feed or Flee

Ultimately, our best example comes, not from David or Joseph, but from Jesus. Jesus leads us by his example and, more importantly, he forgives us when we fail.

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