Category: Devotionals

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Trusting God

We can either love God and love others, or we can pursue things of which we have no control over. If we trust God with His given provisions for our lives, we can then love others and experience the peace … Read the rest

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Check Your List

Love is our goal, right? Peter gives us a very clear map to being able to show such unselfish love as described in this passage. For me, showing love isn't always that easy or convenient. But when we go down Peter's list and do what he suggests, it is possible.
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God’s Word Vs. Sin

Our loving and merciful heavenly Father hates sin, not just because it is an offense to Him, but because in His wisdom He knows it can hurt or destroy us, who are the very objects of His love.
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The Family of God

Being members of the family of God as well as the family of man has critical implications for those around us. God is working out his plan in and through us. He is in this thing with us. He's working with our free choices to bring forth his plans.
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If Joe Could, So Could You!

The Bible says, "God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things - and the things that are not - to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast before him" (1 Corinthians 1:27-29, NIV).
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Teach Us To Pray

Many times in our churches we hear the call to prayer for this or that person or problem. We learn about the importance of prayer in our lives and in our development in Christ. We learn more about conversing with God on retreats, through one another, in books on the subject, but mainly through the practice of prayer. We have likely heard the good counsel that we should be praying not only for, but with our spouses, family members, friends and co-workers.
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In The Presence of Greatness

There is no one who can even begin to compare with our Lord Jesus Christ, Creator of the Universe, the One who holds everything together with the word of His command, and who died on the cross for our sins. Three days later He was raised from the dead and now lives in the hearts of all believers.