HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
The laughter of joy lifts up our spirits and helps us realize that nothing is as bad as it seems and that things can get better in an instant.
Spiritually, two entities become close when they are similar to one another. If we want to be close to God, we need to be like Him.
If you have the power to complain all the time, you can also use the same power to give thanks and praise God all day long.”
Only God decides what will happen. Even when we don’t like how things turn out, we trust in God’s plan and that everything is for the best.
Sometimes it seems that things aren’t going the way that they should be. But we need to remain strong in faith that it’s all part of God’s plan.
The purpose of God's tests — and all tests in life — is not so that God can know what we are capable of, but so that we will know what we are able to do.
While most people go through life asking, “How can I become blessed?” the question that we should be asking is “How can I be a blessing to others?”
The reality is that when we follow God, we find our true selves. When you hear God’s call, don’t hesitate. Go where God calls you!
Sometimes, the more broken the heart is, the more light is able to enter. During those times, God is extra close to the brokenhearted.
On Sukkot, we move outside into rickety huts; we choose vulnerability and we relish the opportunity to live by the grace of God.
Too often, we try to “hold up the sky,” spending our time and effort to control things not in our control rather than trusting God.
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