Daily Devotionals

Faith Like Abraham

Posted by Joanna Sarver on

No unbelief made him waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, — Romans 4:20 The apostle Paul, author of the book of Romans, is talking about Abraham. He references Abraham for his exceptional faith. Faith is a verb, an action word...

Believing God

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

Years ago, I had the privilege of participating in Beth Moore’s Bible study called Believing God, which explores the lives of people like Abraham and Moses. These were not perfect men. These were men who doubted themselves, who doubted their own abilities to carry out the tasks and...

It's Better to Receive…

Posted by Joe Paris on

Five years ago, my car broke down. I mean, totally broke down. It wasn’t drivable or fixable. As a family, we try to avoid debt as much as possible, but we had no money to buy a used car. I knew we were in big trouble as a family and needed to make some tough decisions. In the midst of us...

Finding the Joy in Difficulty

Posted by Andrea Bailey on

Our world is filled with death, disease, disasters and evil. The consequences of this brokenness are pain and suffering. The world doesn’t give preference to people who are righteous, and Job is an example of this truth. In Job 1:1, we find out that Job was blameless and upright. Job...

Psalm 139

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

O Lord, you have searched me and known me! — Psalm 139:1 Even before I knew myself, before there was a self to be known, You knew me. You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from afar. You search out my path and my lying down and are acquainted with all my...

Rich In Mercy And Grace

Posted by Steve Glenn on

In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins in accordance with the riches of God’s grace that he lavished on us with all wisdom and understanding. — Ephesians 1:7–8 A man sat waiting for his new doctor to make his way through the file that contained...

It Has Nothing To Do With You

Posted by Joe Paris on

A murderer, a thief, a habitual sin issue, a long-term addiction. How can a loving God forgive a person like that? Most Christians have asked a question similar to this at some point. Growing up, I struggled with sexual purity, as most young men do. It was a challenge for me to think rightly...


Posted by Brook Bailey on

Life would be so much easier if I were perfect. Sadly, I am not. I am flawed. I am broken. And, as if that weren’t bad enough, everybody else — including those of you reading this devotional — are just as flawed and broken as I am. So we’re just a bunch of flawed, broken...

I Can Lift More Than You

Posted by Jerrod McDaniel on

Go to pretty much any gym in America, and you’ll probably overhear a conversation about weight. I don’t mean losing weight. I mean deadlifting it, bench-pressing it, curling it, squatting it. You’ll hear conversations like, “What you lifting, bro?” “380...

Hyprocrite or Broken

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

My son has a terrible habit: he bites his nails. Not only is it gross, because he’s a four year old boy who picks his nose and plays with bugs, but he has bitten his nails so far down, he barely has any nails left! It’s so bad that sometimes he bites the skin and his nails down so...

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