HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
Blessings sprinkled throughout our days enable us to transform virtually every moment of our lives into a prayerful experience.
Praying continually throughout the day is not only a good idea, but also is a good way to keep our priorities straight throughout the day.
It's OK to be sad and it’s all right to cry. God doesn’t ask us to keep our painful emotions pent up inside.
The words of someone greater than ourselves can give us the tools we need to pray our most powerful prayers.
When it feels like God is stopping us in our tracks, it’s because He is steering us in another direction.
We are used to praying for our friends, but sometimes we also need to pray for our enemies as well.
We should approach pray with grace, live with grace, so that God will answer us with grace.
Prayer is like a bow and arrow. The farther back an arrow is drawn, the farther it will travel.
Sometimes God waits for the right moment to answer our prayers ... so that we might recognize His answer for the blessing that it truly is.
Even when something is promised and destined to happen, we still have to pray for it.
We are reminded that although our beloved Israel remains under the constant threat of war and destruction, we should not despair.
When we go through challenges in life, we aren’t supposed to pray that they disappear altogether.
The future will be better, and whether you can see it right now, the present is the gift that makes the future possible.
Just as God was able to help Abraham achieve a miraculous victory, God would also help His people in the future.
When we go through the rainy days of our lives, it is so important to hold a vision for the future that will see us through our darkest hours.
Page 3 of 29