If you delve into the lives of our Founding Fathers, you'll find that many had a fear of God & recognition of His divine hand.
I was listening to a message yesterday and a fresh truth jumped out from Hebrews 11:1–3. That simple phrase “through faith we understand” caught my attention.
A good father finds his source of strength and integrity in the Heavenly Father, who gives good gifts to his children.
As a whole, people are naturally forgetful beings. (I am, for sure!) This is why God always reminded His people to remember what He had done for them.
If you have the “mom” title, I want to say thank you. I will stand and applaud any mother.
You may think this week’s devotional is coming from a biased point of view, but I have to say that I have the best friend — Erin.
Because He lives, I have a greater purpose than just living for myself. I can serve those around me and encourage and strengthen others to be all that God intended them to be.
In Matthew 14, Jesus had just performed the miracle of feeding the 5,000, and then He did something astounding. He sent His disciples into a great storm.
I love older people. They tell it like it is. They are an open book waiting to be read by anyone who will take the time.
Something the Lord has been showing me this week is my need for patience. What does God say about patience? When this question came to my mind, the conviction in my heart grew.