HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
I offered kindness to what appeared to be a difficult person and our entire interaction changed. Quite possibly, it changed her entire day.
I need to remember that while I need to do my best at parenting and working, I also need to let go of my fears and trust God will help me.
Clarity comes from knowing that our time on earth is fleeting and the number of our days is finite. But from that also comes strength. Clarity comes from knowing that our time on earth is fleeting and the number of our days is finite. But from that also comes strength.
By telling us to bind it to our necks and write kindness on our hearts, he was teaching us that kindness must be a major part of who we are.
Leah was the first to praise God for the everyday miracles. She had given birth to a healthy baby and recognized that, yes, it was a miracle!
The ability to shed tears is a sign of strength. When we cry before God over things that truly matter, the power of our tears can change anything.
Whenever I feel overwhelmed or overtired, I say to myself, “This, too, is holy work.” By reminding myself of this truth, I feel inspired to carry on.
The Bible teaches us that the real secret to greatness is humility. The Jewish sages put it this way: “He who is small is actually great.”
How did David handle when his enemies insulted him? He didn't listen. He made no response, no matter how untrue or hurtful the insults.
When a person has no choice but to travel alone, the words of God are our escort. God’s Word accompanies us, protects us, and guides us wherever we go.
Isaac didn't thank God for peace; rather, he thanked God for the ability to thrive in the land because true peace leads to prosperity and allows everyone to flourish.
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