HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
As a mother, I feel the need for a Sabbath day more than I ever did before. It is the one day a week that we “unplug,” so that we can connect with each other.
The sins of one person affect us all. But, equally true, the good deeds of one person can impact the world.
We have to know that our God-given role is so important that we couldn’t possibly be jealous of someone else’s job in the world.
In Judaism, we are taught that a person takes nothing with them when they leave this world except for their good deeds.
Our hats, both physical and symbolic, define our roles. But there is one hat that defines our deepest beliefs — the crown of God.
In this day and age, with the constant barrage of information and motion, the Shabbat experience is more important than ever.
This is the power of the word “but.” It turns everything positive into nothing at all.
How we see ourselves will ultimately determine what we are capable of accomplishing.
Life is like walking up a down escalator. If you aren't moving upward, you are automatically falling backward.
When God has laid something on our heart that we know we must do, don’t be afraid of any walls that stand in the way.
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