HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
The Jewish concept of tzedakah beckons us to understand that charity is an act that profoundly affects both the giver and the receiver.
People who contribute to the world through acts of kindness, generosity, and service are like trees that bear fruit.
The reason that God instructed the priests to inspire the fighters before war is because, from a spiritual perspective, the success of any battle is not due to the might or numbers of the army, but to the will of God.
To trust God wholeheartedly means to know that whatever lies ahead will always be exactly what we need, for our own good, and from God.
Their [my parents] ultimate goal was for us to become generous people — people who looked past our own desires and concerns and saw the needs and challenges of others.
When someone is called home by God, we need to go through the process of mourning, but never become consumed by it.
It’s far more important to “fit in” with God and be cast aside by the people around us then to fit in with everyone around us and be cast away by God!
Each of us has been graced with a set of talents. We must figure out what they are and serve God with them.
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