HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
Just as God was able to help Abraham achieve a miraculous victory, God would also help His people in the future.
A wedding in Jerusalem is not just a demonstration of the love between a couple . . . it is also a demonstration of God's love for His people.
[God] is always with us, but it's up to us to be aware of His presence and make it felt.
We have to nourish our godly soul sufficiently, the same way that we are mindful to nurture our physical needs.
Moses [taught] the people that before they could become deserving of God's unconditional love, they had to have unconditional love for each other.
If we think God hates us, there is probably something about us that we don't like and need to change. God always has and always will love us.
I want to encourage us all to pass the tests of faith that come into our lives. There are times when people will tell us one thing, but God says another.
To know one's place means to know where we belong and to know that where we belong is the best place for us.
It is so important for people to know who they are so that they can fulfill their life's mission.
When a tragedy of such magnitude occurs, there simply are no words . . . Our silent faith says more than any words could.
Too many people live their lives for other people and miss out on what God has truly put on their heart.
Weeping is turned into celebration; mourning the loss of those who gave up their lives for our country turns into joy at the fact that we have a country.
Seeking God means devoting your heart and soul to finding Him in every situation, in every moment, of every day.
In order for a blessing to have power and influence, it must stem from a place of love, not an obligation.
Psalm 69 reminds us that no matter how hopeless the situation may seem, there is always hope for salvation.
Sometimes, we need every bit of strength that we have to go against our nature so that we might move forward in our lives.
He [God] passes over our transgressions. He overlooks so many of our shortcomings, preferring mercy over strict judgment.
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