Daily Devotionals

Knowing and Trusting the Pilot Helps

Posted by Steve Glenn on

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. — Philippians 4:6 I read a story a few years ago about a man who was boarding a plane. As he got on board, he heard a man call his name. He turned around, and it...

Brother, Pray On

Posted by Rebecca Spence on

“When the devil’s arm seems strong, brother keep on keeping on” — Colony House, Keep On Keeping On Through doubt and wonder, Silence with no return. Through joy and surety, Response and love to burn. For times of praise When all seems good. For times of pleading Hoping...

One-Sided Friendship

Posted by Valerie Williams on

Have you ever had a one-sided friendship? You know what I am talking about. It’s the friend that you love, but you know more about them than they truly know about you. You are the one always asking about their life and investing in the relationship. They are there, but they are often most...


Posted by Kaitlyn Bray on

The Bible has instructions for everything — even something as simple as prayer. But is prayer really that simple? We are talking about a direct line of communication to the creator of the universe, the maker of all things, the Alpha and the Omega. With that line of thinking, it is no...


Posted by Joanna Sarver on

Alignment is part of standard automobile maintenance. It brings a vehicle into proper positioning and configuration so that tires wear evenly, the vehicle travels straight and contact is even with the road surface. When out of alignment, a vehicle pulls to one side or the other and ultimately...

Prayer Mediated By Our Great High Priest

Posted by Crystal Brashear on

Lots of people have a favorite verse or passage of Scripture that just speaks to them in a special way. Here’s mine: Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. For we do not have a high priest who is...

When We Barely Can Pray

Posted by Joy Vroonland on

Sometimes prayer barely has words. We hardly know what to say, or we don’t know at all; maybe we can’t even speak. We are at the end of ourselves, and there is no good solution. Our tears can be prayers, too. Jesus prayed a wordless prayer when, out of compassion for his friends...

Have You Asked?

Posted by Joe Paris on

A quick read of the gospels, and you will notice that Jesus performs some pretty cool miracles: healing the blind, casting out demons, even raising the dead. Jesus does some amazing things, but did you know that his first recorded miracle was at a wedding, where the party planner didn’t...

Choosing Freedom

Posted by Lisalette Hamon on

Most of us don’t grow up thinking about yokes, or even knowing how they work. There are different definitions of the word, but we’re going to look at the way it’s used in the Bible. According to Dictionary.com, a yoke is “a wooden crosspiece that is fastened over the...

May It Never Be!

Posted by Nolan Jones III on

Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? ― Romans 6:1 NASB Those who were once dead in Adam and now alive in Christ — no longer objects of God’s wrath, but now objects of his grace and love — are they to view grace as a license to continue to live in...

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