HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
As individuals, we all have had times where we have shone brightly and times where we have felt lost in darkness. However, like King David, we will prevail.
If we find ourselves in the company of those behaving poorly, or if we feel that another person could benefit from changing his or her ways, let’s not act as judge.
God doesn’t expect us to become someone that we weren’t created to be, but He does expect us to become all that we can.
You don’t have to be the CEO of a corporation, a leader of your church, or the head of an organization in order to powerfully lead others.
When we learn to be consistent – to continuously and reliably act in accordance with our values - then we increase the power of everything that we believe in.
It’s not the leader who determines our destiny; it’s the people and our relationship with God that secure our future.
A leader who no one likes won’t have much of a following, but a leader who everyone likes probably isn’t really leading at all, either.
When faced with a daunting challenge, we can remember the humble origins of King David and that each one of us has great potential to be used for God’s great purposes and plans.
Power is never meant for the sake of our own personal gain, but rather the means by which a just society can operate.
When we hold on to faith in spite of our difficulties, when we hold fast to prayer, when all hope seems lost, we earn that title of honor.
God has gifted each one of us with unique abilities and opportunities to accomplish His purposes.
It is so important for people to know who they are so that they can fulfill their life's mission.
Whether we have come through difficulties in life or have lived in relative comfort and ease, we can't forget about those less fortunate than us.
Sharing God's light and passing it on to the next generation is the kind of contribution that lasts forever.
May we recognize that our stay here is brief and that our possessions are merely a means for doing good.
When a person wastes away his or her days doing nothing with meaning or content, that person is merely existing.
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