Running For Our Lifeby Kathy Ledbetter
Have you ever sat beneath a broom tree of fear? God has been there in our life many times. Then comes fear. We forget our past history and we run from the battle.
GOD-TRACKING IS NEVER, NEVER, NEVER GIVING UP!by Dudley Anderson
"And if you are in Christ then never fear failure! He is your source and your resource; your confidence and your courage. So be encouraged today to never quit. Get up, try again and demolish that wall of failure with the hammer of perseverance. "
The Hope of Strength in Our Despairby James Webb
Even though the sinful, broken world that we live can bring us despair at times, there is One who is more than sufficient to comfort us and give us the strength that we need to sustain through this world of ours.
Whoaby Pam Ford Davis
"Taking the reins, they pulled back forecefully with the command, 'Whoa!"
Right Where You Should Beby Debra Byrd
When life gets the best of us, it is easy to forget God is in control of our lives. This devotional was written as a reminder that feeling hopeless when life knocks us down is okay. It is right where we should be...in need of the God who promised to always be with us.
A Person of Faithby KC Lemmer
When you feel like you have an anorexic faith, still choose to fix your eyes on Jesus and run your race.
Clear Streams or Muddy Waterby Kathy Ledbetter
Choose this day whom you will serve. Shall we opt to be clear bubbling streams or run the way of the world and become the muddy water of a mixed message regarding our Savior?
Hiding In the Baggageby Kathy Ledbetter
It has taken some of us years to pack. We may have started as a young child or perhaps as we began to walk as adults. We take each hurt and pain as it comes. Outwardly, it seems to be resolved but deep inside a bag or bags sit, stuffed with what we can't let the world see.
GODLY CONFIDENCEby linzy bruno
".... I know I can't do anything without You, but in You and through You; the possibilities are as big as the sky and the heavens and the earth all put together...."
'Missionally-mistaken' for Jesusby James Webb
In this life, as we continue to walk and live as the Body of Christ, we are called to exemplify the life of Christ in the lives of others. Through our lives, may others truly come in contact with Jesus for themselves.
"...and he went out, not knowing..."by Jimmy Ned Collins
Just as Abram and Moses had their schooling in the natural creation in which they had dwelt, we too have had ours. Our knowing, and means of knowing, The One Who is present is just that, "our knowing". Even though "our knowing" can function and excel concerning the things of the natural creation, "our knowing" is absolute ignorance concerning Christ.