HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
Our enemies may use their words to harm, but we can use our words to heal.
God wants to give all people a chance to be involved in the rebuilding of the Holy Land.
But not all Jews will return to Israel in the same way. Some will come out of love and with great joy. Others will be pushed there, some against their will.
We need to wake up every morning, jump out of bed ready and willing to be our best.
Like an eagle, no one is higher than God. And like an eagle, He protects His children with love
By studying . . . stories of faithfulness and meditating upon them, our own faith is strengthened.
Heaven isn't that far away. It's a place wherever kindness abounds, and it can be found around the corner, across the globe, or right inside your own home.
According to Judaism, when we give charity ... We are returning to the poor person what is rightfully his and what God has given us to steward.
A hug given with love can be far more meaningful than a hastily bought gift card.
In the end, all possessions are meaningless; only our good deeds will be with us forever.
Helping others through acts of kindness has always been of utmost importance in Judaism.
When life isn't solid like a rock, let's remember that God is showing up as our shaper.
It is only when we appreciate our history that we can fully live in the present.
Let God fight your battles today – and every day – and you will be victorious.
We know the secret to Israel's success, and God can be our secret weapon, too.
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