HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
While the nation of Israel would be punished and exiled, He would not let us be destroyed. And God keeps His promises!
No matter how things may appear, we are all equal and worthy before God. We all came to this world the same, and we will all leave it the same.
Most people don’t associate power with letting go, yet sometimes, the most effective thing that we can do to help our situation is to let go of it.
We need both forms of worship on our spiritual journey. Sometimes we need to feel inspired and connected; other times we need to follow God’s decrees from a place of faithful obedience.
When we shift our faith from human beings to God, we can experience miraculous protection and salvation and can overcome our challenges.
How would we treat children differently if we saw them not only as they are now, but as they could be one day? Maybe we would invest in our children with greater effort.
As my friend’s grandmother knew, there are many ways to give. And as Judaism teaches, the best way to give to the needy is anonymously.
When we count up the days to the anticipated event, we are adding value and making each day count.
God's desire to give is even more than our desire to receive. He will always give us exactly what we need for our very best.
It is so important for a person to know who they are so that they can fulfill their life’s mission.
David wasn’t only relying on God’s mercy; he was also relying on his own mercy. Judaism teaches that the acts of kindness and mercy we perform also merit God’s protection.
I am so thankful to God for giving me amazing family members and friends that I know I can count on to say kind words that help my anxious heart when I feel discouraged.
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