You’ve probably experienced managing a household or making a plan. Well, my friend, God is the Master Manager, and He is organizing everything in your life according to His timing. This is a great comfort when managing life's pressures.
DEVOTION: Do you know the one-word theme of the book of Ruth? Learn about the main points, the key characters, and simple & personal applications for spiritual growth and daily living from Ruth.
DEVOTION: I remember the day I first read about the Proverbs 31 woman and discovered the meaning of the word “virtuous.” As a result, I began to pursue her excellence. How about you?
DEVOTION: How many times a day do you need God’s wisdom? As I write these words, it’s almost noon, and I’ve already counted on God’s wisdom several times today. Isn’t it wonderful that all you have to do is ask Him for guidance with a heart full of faith?
DEVOTION: With faithful hearts, the shepherds responded to the good news of a Savior born. As we look forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus, let’s take a look at the Christmas story and our response to this amazing news.
Many of us juggle responsibilities in our homes, churches, families, and communities, feeling alone in the middle of such busyness and efforts. But there’s nothing believers will have to do or bear alone. Here's why.
DEVOTION: Which representation of worldly wealth is your biggest obstacle to godly stewardship? Your house? Your possessions? For many of us, it’s finances. This Christmas season, let's follow God’s wisdom around money.
DEVOTION: You’ve been chosen by God to be His very own. And as a child of God—you have worth that can never be tallied. Allow that truth to combat low self-esteem!
DEVOTION: An amazing thing happened as Mary “entered the house of Zacharias and greeted Elizabeth” (Luke 1:40). As she crossed the threshold into Elizabeth’s warm and welcoming home, these two women praised God for His plans. You can join them too!
DEVOTION: When we think of what we want in life, joy & peace rank high. In God's Word, we have the source of both! But to enjoy these two desired qualities, we must follow the apostle Paul's 'to-do' list. What does this look like? What are we to do?
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