HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
At times, we are able to connect with our inner wisdom and that valuable insight can inform our decisions.
However, the Egyptians were blinded by their anger, which caused them to act out in a way that was self-defeating.
When I feel overwhelmed, I remember I am just a tool in God’s hands. Without Him, I am nothing, but with God’s help, I can do anything.
When you happily fulfill your God-given role in the best way that you possibly can, you achieve greatness in life and earn your place in heaven.
The lesson for all of us is that when we feel discouraged, or that we are stuck in a pit of despair, we can — and should — take action to restore our body and soul.
Try to keep your focus 'on the inside.' Be modest, be discrete, and be less concerned about pleasing others and more concerned about pleasing God.
Our trust in God must be propelled toward the future. We have to use our past experiences of God’s providence to build a future based on faith.
God wanted Moses to understand from the very beginning that in order to do God’s holy work, Moses needed to remain sensitive to the pain and needs of God’s children.
If people can miss such unmistakable talent right before their very eyes and ears, what other of God’s wonders are most of us missing out on?
Yet, the truth is that sometimes we don’t behave much better and we tend to limit our gratitude to whatever is right before us.
Victims are more than statistics. Every victim has a name. As it says in Isaiah, each person deserves “a memorial and a name.” (56:5).
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