HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
As incomprehensible as they might seem, Aaron accepted God's will and acknowledged that God’s ways are just and good – no matter what.
In order for a blessing to have power and influence, it must stem from a sincere desire to benefit the receiver.
The "sacrifice of Passover" was also a sign of great faith — only those families who marked their doors with the lamb’s blood were redeemed.
Someone who seeks out the positive aspects of life and decides to focus on what is good will see God’s blessings everywhere.
God wants us to ask, to learn, to rediscover, and to recommit to Him on our journey of faith, growing ever closer to Him.
I was the next in a long line of ancestors to ask these questions on Passover eve. For centuries, this has been essential to sharing the story of our faith.
It was the realization that our children are our future that gave us the strength to completely change our lives and move to Israel.
If we want our children to learn about their faith, we must instill the value of asking questions about their faith on that night and for years to come.
When the clouds of fear threaten to envelop you with despair, remember that these dark times can also bring about great faith.
Our wellbeing is important to God ... the the better we show kindness to ourselves, the better we can serve God and care for others.
Next time you spot that proverbial glass of water, don’t see it as half-empty or even as half-full. See it as filling up and believe that it will run over!
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