HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
As Rabbi Sacks explained, when we attach our lives to something stronger than we are — to God — we can withstand the strongest of storms.
Although she struggled, Esther put aside her fears and persevered, saving her people and the Jewish faith, and ultimately, changing history.
My father taught us that with God in our lives, we, too, could accomplish anything, if we have the courage to believe in ourselves.
Yet, I realized that just as God had prepared Esther for “such a time as this,” He had been preparing me for that very moment.
If our children are to live godly lives, they need the ability to choose what is right over what is popular and to favor what pleases God.
There is great value in a contrite and broken heart. For when we are at our lowest, we can approach God in true humility.
There are times we may witness a person making a mistake in a moment of weakness. Do we cover that person's humiliation by keeping quiet?
Today, our family tables are the altars of ancient times, and our homes are the sanctuaries in which we serve God and receive His blessings.
The Bible is eternally relevant and always applicable to our lives. God’s Word is what guides us and sustains us in our own lives today.
When we recognize we are broken, that as human beings, we are naturally flawed and imperfect, we are far more receptive to God’s guidance.
When we give to God’s purposes, we aren’t really giving at all. Rather, when we give to God, we become the benefactors of our actions.
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