HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
It’s easy to take our health for granted, but we need to recognize that the gift of our health is nothing less than a miracle from God.
Joseph’s grave became a point of clarity for the Israelites. It kept them focused on the future and on their ultimate goal of returning to their home.
The righteous live on through a legacy of good deeds and through the people that they positively affected during their lifetimes.
He demonstrated that prayers and supplications are the real instruments of success in life and that they are the true cause of our victories and accomplishments.
We bless our sons to be like Ephraim and Manasseh because it is critical to live in harmony with our brothers and sisters.
Friends, when we go through the rainy days of our lives, it is so important to look for a brighter future that will see us through our darkest hours.
I am so grateful for our “cluster” of light. Together, we have been able to bring God’s light to so many who struggle in darkness.
Joseph chose to prepare the horses and chariot personally as a grand demonstration and expression of love and honor for his father.
It is specifically in our most trying moments that God's loving presence is most evident. He is right by our side, holding our hand.
And there is only one antidote for the disease of hating others for no good reason – and that is loving others for no good reason.
But as I learned from my father, when we have the ability to help someone who's hurting, we dare not abandon God’s children in need.
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