HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
Scripture tells us, "God is the one who goes with you to fight for you" (Deuteronomy 20:4). All of Israel's battles are fought and won by Him.
Keeping our faith and rebuilding our lives after a tragedy or difficult situation is the greatest miracle of all.
While we worship the Lord as the eternal and almighty God, we must also remember that God is loving, merciful, and kind.
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.
God gives us the opportunity to play a role in fulfilling His purposes, and today we are able to help bring His people home.
Just as a sword is most effective when it is sharp, so, too, are our prayers most piercing when they are focused and defined.
Thank God we have a Heavenly Father Who cares for us and knows better than us what is truly good.
Righteousness is determined by all the little things that we do day in and day out - whether we feel like it or not - rain or shine, every single day of our lives.
Any time we gain at the expense of another human being, we are selling out. That, says God, is intolerable.
Friends, let's be inspired to rebuild when something we have worked for gets destroyed.
When we are feeling down, we should look to what is good in our lives.
We will live every day to the fullest, and ultimately, a complete and meaningful life.
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.
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.
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