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Living My Faith

God’s hands and feet

“Give the king your justice, O God, and your righteousness to the royal son! May he judge your people with righteousness, and your poor…

Bible 101

Spring = new life

“May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine on us—so that your ways may be known on…

Friends & Family

Keep confessing

There is only one thing more agonizing than confessing your more embarrassing sins to another Christian. That one thing is confessing your embarrassing sins…

Life’s Challenges

Self-control is a “fruit”

I wish self-control was a microwavable meal. Pop in a prayer request, wait a minute or two, and your self-control comes out, steaming and…

Prayer

Left on read

For today’s high school and college students, the worst thing you can do is leave them “on read.” Let’s pause a moment for a…

Life’s Challenges

Seek truth

It’s hard to know what to do when you don’t know what is true. I felt that way when COVID first hit. As the…

Friends & Family

The storms of life

My family and I were having a picnic, and it started to rain. As we watched the downpour, we started gathering up our picnic…

Living My Faith

A sense of gratitude

Have you ever spent time in God’s creation and made a list of the signs of God’s provision that you encountered? What if you…

Life’s Challenges

Big or small

How big does a problem have to be before God is interested in it? I wonder about that sometimes when I hear children bring…

Life’s Challenges

God is working

People, even people within our Christian circles, do destructive, harmful, secretive things. David expresses it well in Psalm 64:6: “They plot injustice and say,…

Prayer

Do you believe in prayer?

Do you believe that prayer works? Do you trust that the words we speak in Jesus’ name reach the ears of God and move…

Life’s Challenges

Give thanks in ALL circumstances

Please reread yesterday’s devotion. There are often two ways of looking at a situation. Yes, that cameraman was fortunate. Yes, we have a reason…