HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
God can grant us forgiveness for everything, but not our wrongdoings to others until we seek forgiveness from those we have harmed.
The purpose of the shofar is to serve as a sort of alarm clock and wake us up from our spiritual slumber and assess our lives.
Judaism has a saying: “Our first thoughts decide the end results.” Our thoughts at the beginning of a something new impact how things will unfold.
When God sees that we have judged ourselves and take responsibility for our sins, He no longer needs to judge us, but looks at us with mercy.
In our New Year blessing during Rosh Hashanah, we recognize that the most important thing is that our lives our good...that we are healthy.
Once we express our worries and give them to God, we, too, can learn to live with joy throughout our day.
I learned that the sign of a truly strong and mature adult is the ability to ask forgiveness from anyone, even a small child.
We all have people or things that we have come to rely upon. We need to know that even if we lost what helps us feel secure, God will never leave us.
When we choose to embrace life, have faith, be positive, and see the good in everyone and everything, we actually help shape our own destiny.
When we follow God with faith, He will lead us to His perfect plan for us and the great treasures stored away for us all along.
There are times in our lives that we are called to stand firm in our beliefs — unmovable and unshakable.
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