HLM Daily Devotionals Archive
We are instructed to believe in a God who can and will help us out of our own personal bondage, our own trials and difficulties.
While we must make an effort to deal with the facts, we also have to consciously choose faith over the facts.
Christians, like Jews, affirm that darkness will be followed by light, oppression by redemption, and death by resurrection.
Every wall that keeps you out can be transformed into a doorway that lets you in.
We are reminded of the true nature of slavery and freedom, and of our duty to bring spiritual purpose and meaning into our lives.
So many people close to us and around the globe are screaming out in silence. May we hear their sound of suffering and help them.
We can use our hurt as a catalyst for becoming more empathetic, compassionate, and kind people.
May we recognize that our stay here is brief and that our possessions are merely a means for doing good.
We must thank, honor, and acknowledge the many people who have worked hard for us and others.
We can follow the lead of great leaders before us and speak up for the oppressed and take care of the needy.
If we say things that are positive, praising God, being thankful for what have, and affirming life all that positive energy returns to our soul.
Just as a garland surrounds a head, let God's Word surround our soul. Then, we will walk protected, directed, and loved.
We can make a commitment to stand against injustice, anti-Semitism, and prejudice in our own communities.
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