HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
There’s so much we can learn from our elders who have a lifetime of experiences to share with us — if only we take the time to listen.
We need to serve God in our first season and our last – and every season in between.
As we practice gratitude and respect with the people in our lives, we will also learn to properly honor God.
The elderly are a gift that we must honor and cherish as long as we are blessed to have them in our lives.
Gather up your good deeds and hold them in your heart. One day you will discover that they are the real treasure.
We often are faced with this challenge in our choices— we can choose to do what is easiest and most expedient for us, or we can choose to do what is right and follow God.
The little things we do for others may seem small to us — but they are huge in God’s eyes.
No matter how hurt we might be, when someone is truly remorseful, we must find it in our hearts to let go of the past and forgive.
Even when we are hurt and even when we are limping, we need to put one foot in front of the other and continue to walk in faith with our Father.
Abraham's bedrock of faith in the one true God is the very foundation upon which Jews and Christians alike have built our faith traditions.
There is no time or place or situation where God’s Word is too hard to keep or does not apply.
It's not enough to study God’s Word; rather, we must live His Word by bringing God into every aspect of our lives.
Consider where you are right now and what steps you may need to take next on your faith journey.
Shavuot is a time to seriously consider what we need and don’t need, and to focus on what we truly lack.
Freedom is the right and privilege of every human being on earth, but we must also understand that it comes with responsibility.
God is able to protect and defend us and will be our guide to the end of our lives.
Jerusalem is the only capital the Jews have ever had, and Israel is the only Jewish homeland that will ever be!
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