April Devotion - Jesus the Lamb
Do you find it difficult to think of Jesus as the Lamb? I looked into the bible, both Old Testament and New Testament, to find out why Jesus is called the Lamb of God.
August Devotion - Roots That Go Deep
Have you noticed that hard times seem to separate people? Given a situation such as financial hardship; there are those who weaken quickly and lose hope. And there are those in like circumstance who seem to thrive. They draw on a boundless source of strength.
Devotion for July - Freedom
As a child, freedom meant being released from rules and schedules. As an adult it was living in a free country. Neither of these really guarantees freedom. We all live under the power of another.
February Devotion - God is Love
February is the month devoted love. We start seeing cupids and hearts in the stores and in advertising. Valentines become available in January for sending to loved ones in February. This is a good month to think about what real love is.
January Devotion - Jesus My Rescuer
The month of January symbolizes a new start for many. It is the month of New Year’s Resolutions and new beginnings – even planning a new way of life. For the Christian, a new life began with belief in Jesus Christ. January’s devotion centers on Jesus Christ as Savior.
June Devotion - Father
The Bible calls Him God the Father. We are called His children and are encouraged to appproach Him unreservedly, expecting good things. Our earthly fathers are meant to be a reflection of our Father in Heaven.
March Devotion - Jesus is New Life
God is good. He gives us Spring's show of the earth’s new birth to paint a picture of our own new birth into the glorious life of Christ. Even in our darkest days, the experience of knowing Jesus changes everything.
May Devotion - Jesus is Grace
Grace is unmerited favor from someone who has power over you. That is Jesus. He not only gives you more than you deserve; He gives abundantly more than you can ask or imagine.
September Devotion - Teachable
What is my attitude about learning? Would I be described as an avid pupil or a somewhat disrespectful attendee who sees nothing left to learn?
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