Grace Notes pulls together 366 daily readings taken from the writings of Philip Yancey. All have been edited for length, and in addition some have undergone minor editorial changes for the sake of transition and clarity.
Are you an overcomer? Or, are you plagued by little sins that easily beset you? Even worse, are you failing in your Christian walk, but refuse to admit and address it? No Christian can afford to dismiss the call to be an overcomer.
Our Jesus always does new. As the giver of new life, new is His calling card, and every new beginning with Him makes everything better than before. His mercies are new every morning. Join for this 31-day daily devotional journey.
God’s wisdom, shared through His committed and dedi- cated servants, has carried people through ages past full of dan- ger, through current economic and worldwide unrest, and will continue to protect and defend His children throughout eternity.
I know the deep courage it may have required to pick up this devotional. As you read these words, I want you to understand how brave you are in taking this very frst step toward freedom. I haven’t just studied food addiction and recovery; I have lived through it and overcome it.
The Life Application Study Bible Devotional was developed as one answer to the question: How can we encourage the readers of God’s Word to delight in his Word? Application sounds like work—and often is. But it’s the work we were designed to do.
This devotional will challenge and encourage men to embrace their role of provider, protector, cultivator, champion, visionary, and leader, discipling them in the areas of responsibility and spiritual authority.
In this One Year devotional, join founder and voice of the Daily Audio Bible, Brian Hardin, on a journey to read it in its entirety. Brian Hardin has been podcasting the Bible to hundreds of thousands for over a decade, leading people through the whole Bible every year.
"Have I been so long with you, and yet hast thou not known Me?"John 14:9
These words are not spoken as a rebuke, nor even with surprise; Jesus is leading Philip on. The last One with whom we get intimate is Jesus.
How You commended Your love when You whispered in my ears,“I am yours, and you are Mine” (Song of Solomon 2:16). Your speech was kind when You said, “The Father Himself loves you!” Sweet were the moments when You made known to me the love of the Spirit.
They are not fed with just a little food, but of the abundance of Your house – the special abundance of God’s own house! And such feasting is guaranteed by a faithful promise to all those who are sheltered under the shadow of the Most High’s wings.
His goodness is beyond our ability to comprehend, but not our ability to experience. Our hearts will take us where our heads can’t fit. Understanding is vital, but it often comes through experiencing God.
I ’ve heard people say they don’t believe in God anymore after experiencing a disappointment or tragic loss of some sort. I don’t mean to treat their situation with disregard, but you can’t turn a consciousness of God on and off like that.