What happens when no one plays second fiddle in the relationship orchestra? Both first and second are necessary; and the harmony is more important than the personal roles. It takes practice.
Devotion Readings for every season and many holidays.
It's hard to believe that are darkest trials can be turned to gold. But they can and here's how.
All the disciples abandoned Jesus in His last hours. The Bible spotlights Peter and Judas. Both betrayed Him. Their fate was determined by their choices when faced with their sin.
When our children ask for more help than we can afford, we may forget that our needs are met from God's supply, instead of ours. The poem and promises remind us that God has more than enough.
Did you ever feel like God was against you, or was too slow, or unreliable? Nothing could be further from the truth. Consider the story of Jeremiah, who went through the worst of the worst, and found God to be faithful in the end.
How many of us, before we turned to Christ, believed good works and perfection were necessary before God would accept us? What needless striving. Jesus does not expect people to be perfect before coming to Him.
God's gracious abundance of blessings are always available to those who honor and seek him.
In the book of Genesis, we can read about interesting woman named Rebekah who was the wife Isaac. See how this Old Testament woman of faith turned her greatest strength into her worst weakness. Learn how we can avoid the same mistake in our lives today.
Leviticus 23 describes the eight times His people were to gather together to Him. These feasts are pictures of the New Testament reality of Christ. In this first of an eight part series, I show how to enjoy Christ every day as the Sabbath, which is the first of the eight convocations.