Daily Devotions of the Word of God, the bread of life for our souls. Devotionals for men, women, teens and kids. Your daily devotion in the morning, afternoon or evening. Start a new day in contact with God
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.
Between these times Peter had denied Jesus with oaths and curses, he had come to the end of himself and al his self-sufficiency, there was not one strand of himself he would ever rely upon again, and in his destitution he was in a fit condition to receive an impartation from the risen Lord.
There are times when you cannot understand why you cannot do what you want to do. When God brings the blank space, see that you do not fil it in, but wait. The blank space may come in order to teach you what sanctification means, or it may come after sanctification to teach you what service means.
Pause, my soul, and wonder! You have goings forth in the person of Jesus from the days of eternity. Not only when you were born into the world did Christ love you, but His delights were also with the sons of men before there were any sons of men!
Tom Marshall shares some wonderful insights on how to love. Here is an adaption from his book Right Relationships. It’s true. You’ve heard about the pillar before. Probably many times. But very possibly not in the following way.
Every person has pockets of under-developed resources within him or her. Your task is to search for these pockets in your spouse, discover them, and then expand them. At first what you discover may be rough and imperfect.
Evening by Evening is a devotional book by Charles Spurgeon, a prominent 19th-century Baptist preacher and writer. This book is a collection of 365 daily readings, each designed to encourage and inspire readers in their daily walk with God.
365 Days of Healing: Powerful Devotions and Prayers To Help You Recover and Keep You Well. Read it over and over. Meditate on its truth until it’s planted down in your spirit. Throughout the day, release your faith by saying the confession at the end of each devotion out loud.
Proverbs is a very different book. It calls us to study, to think, to learn the practical discipline of centering all our thoughts and actions on God. Indeed, one of the main messages of Proverbs is—you’ve never really thought enough about anything.
This devotional is an “open Bible devotional”—that is, you will need to keep your Bible open, on your lap or on your screen, as you use these studies. You’ll be asked questions that bring you to examine and think hard about the text.
Do you believe that God wants you to succeed? Well, He does. In fact, He has greater dreams and aspirations for you than you probably realize. And when you walk in the center of His will, you have His presence, power . . .