Spending time in the Word and prayer is an important part of our growing process. Here are a few "aha" moments to help us as we spend these quiet moments reflecting.
1 John 4:8 - "Beloved, let us love one another . . . he who does not love does not know God, for God is love." (The entire "God is love" bible verse)
Love is never supposed to hurt. This article explores the different types of love and how to put them to use in our life.
How does Jesus' encounter with the Syrophoenician woman compare and contrast with His encounters with others reported in the gospels? How is it like Jacob's wrestling encounter with God in the O.T.?
The image of the sheep on His shoulder is the image of our rescue and restoration for the church-ed, no less than for the church-less. God sees beyond attendance and abstinence; He sees the heart.
Soup kitchens are brimming with volunteers on Christmas and Thanksgiving. Do we care and love enough to serve the rest of the year? An examination of why we serve.
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.
“There is a time and season for every purpose under the sun.” There is a time to stand still, and then there is a time to move.
Mothers and all Women need to reserve a quiet time with Jesus at least once a day. These devotion readings are designed to inspire you to enjoy that time and hear God speak to you.
God has given you The measure of faith - not a measure of faith. What will you do with it?