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God's Word Is a Lamp
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. —Psalm 119:105 More
The More Entrusted, the More Required
Everyone to whom much is given, of him will much be required; and of him to whom men commit much they will demand the more. —Luke 12:48 More
Learning to Wait
Then he waited seven days, according to the time set by Samuel. But Samuel did not come to Gilgal; and the people were scattered from him. So Saul said, ‘Bring a burnt offering and peace offerings here to me.’ And he offered the burnt offering. —1 Samuel 13:8-9 More
For Christ's Sake
He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. —Psalm 23:3 More
The Crises Experienced in Prosperity: Intemperance
For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age —Titus 2:11-12 More
Worship: The First Priority for Christians
I will praise the name of God with a song, And will magnify Him with thanksgiving. This also shall please the Lord better than an ox or bull. —Psalm 69:30-31 More
Falling Short of God's Glory
For there is no difference; for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God... —Romans 3:23 More
Knowing God's Will
Know His will, and approve the things that are excellent, being instructed out of the law. —Romans 2:18 More
Imagine a Life Without Jesus
You should no longer walk as the rest of the Gentiles walk, in the futility of their mind, having their understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God... —Ephesians 4:17-18 More
Why Complain?
Do all things without complaining and disputing, that you may become blameless and harmless children of God without fault in the midst of a crooked and perverse generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world. —Philippians 2:14-15 More
I Will Give Thanks to the Lord with My Whole Heart
I will praise You, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will tell of all your marvelous works. I will be glad and rejoice in you; I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High. —Psalm 9:1-2 More
A Faith with No Partiality
My brethren, do not hold the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with partiality. —James 2:1 More
Aborting Sin
But each one is tempted when he is drawn away by his own desires and enticed. Then, when desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, brings forth death. —James 1:14-15 More
The Hook of Sin
If you put away the sin that is in your hand and allow no evil to dwell in your tent, then you will lift up your face without shame; you will stand firm and without fear. You will surely forget your trouble, recalling it only as waters gone by. —Job 11:14 More
Serve the Lord with Gladness
Serve the Lord with gladness; come before His presence with singing. —Psalm 100:2 More
Wait Patiently for the Lord
I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined to me, and heard my cry —Psalm 40:1 More
Whose Side Are You On?
But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. —Joshua 24:15 More
Generosity Encouraged
At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. Then there will be equality. —2 Corinthians 8:14 More
A Potter and His Vessels
Will the thing formed say to him who formed it, “Why have you made me thus?” Has the potter no right over the clay, to make out of the same lump one vessel for honor and another for dishonor? —Romans 9:20-21 More
Turn It Off!
Turn away my eyes from looking at worthless things, And revive me in Your way. —Psalm 119:37 More
My Eye Sees Thee
I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees You. —Job 42:5 More
The Rule to the Exception
When Jesus had raised Himself up and saw no one but the woman, He said to her, "Woman, where are those accusers of yours? Has no one condemned you?" She said, "No one, Lord." And Jesus said to her, "Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more." —John 8:1 More
Hide God's Word in Your Heart
Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You. —Psalm 119:11 More
Be Content Always
...for I have learned, in whatever state I am, to be content. —Philippians 4:11 More
Sluggishness in the Long Race
The caveat about being sluggish is that we may not even be aware of it. Worse yet, we can continue to worship and serve God on the outside, but completely lack zeal and diligence within our hearts. More
Learning to Share Our Joy
How much of your daily conversations consist of venting rather than sharing the good? More
Two Servants
As servants, God shapes all of us in different ways. Are you able to see how God has uniquely shaped you to serve Him according to His good will? More
Hidden in Christ
How can we allow others to see Christ in us?  More
To Behold God’s Beauty in His House
We can either be part of the beauty to be found in God’s house or part of what is contrary.  More
The One Who Stayed
Sometimes we feel weary in our walk with God. While we are laboring for the Lord, it seems as though the ungodly are enjoying life! Perhaps we wonder why we try so hard or doubt whether our efforts even make a difference.  More
Not Atoned Forever
Eli's two sons are notoriously known to us as exceedingly wicked priests of the Lord who deserved to die. However, why did the Lord endure their sins for such a long period of time? What was behind His timing?  More
The Builder
It is easy for us to be impressed by man's creations and ingenuity. But is it as easy for us to see and admire the works of God?  More
Immediately Jesus Stretched Out His Hand
Was it the wind and waves that caused Peter to sink? Or was it his doubt? Learn what we can do when our faith is not enough to overcome the seemingly impossible situations in our lives.  More
The Gospel Shoes
Do we feel as comfortable sharing the gospel with others as wearing our most comfortable shoes?  More
Overcoming the Past So We Can Serve God
Have you allowed past hurts to prevent you from taking the next step in your commitment or service to God?  More
Mary's Song
Why is it that when Mary received the news of her pregnancy from the angel Gabriel, her initial anxiety quickly turned to joyful submission? What can we learn about servitude from mary's song of praise?  More
Hold Your Peace
In times of great pain, how do we actively hold our peace from day to day?  More
I Do Not Want to Send Them Away Hungry
Do you sometimes find your journey of faith to be tedious and feel as though your needs are not satisfied? Read on to find out what Jesus has said to comfort us.  More
Small Things Matter
Deep inside, we probably know that God is unhappy with our actions, but we tell ourselves that God surely won’t be that strict as long as we don’t commit a great sin. But is that really the case?  More
Peace like a River
This devotional seeks to answer two fundamental questions about the peace of God: Why is this peace able to transcend all understanding? And how can we receive this peace?  More
Facing Rejection
The hurt from rejection can cause us to fall into sin. But what important lesson did Cain reject from God and how can we learn from this mistake?  More
Settled in Complacency
Sometimes complacency can creep into our faith and undo all our previous good works in the Lord. How can we tell whether we have become at ease in our faith? If we are complacent, what can we do about it?  More
Return to Glorify God
Do we tend to think that our faith is strong just because we turn to God for help? This author challenges the question by reflecting on the ten lepers Jesus healed.  More
The Widow's Choice
In today’s turbulent economic times, we face a similar dilemma as the widow of Zarephath. Do we use the precious time we have to serve God first in His church? Or do we put ourselves first to ensure our survival?  More
Lost in His Love
When was the last time we experienced cherished moments with our beloved Husband?  More
Hidden Sins within the Heart
Sin can be deceitful in that what others cannot see, we may know ourselves. However, the real danger is when we are oblivious to even our own sins. After all, how can we see something that is hidden?  More
Let Patience Have Its Perfect Work
Nowadays, people are often impatient and want to see results immediately. But what does the book of James teach us about patience in suffering?  More
That's So Embarrassing!
Whether in church or outside of church, Paul and other workers set the example because they did not want to send mixed messages or become a stumbling block to others. Do we uphold this same principle today?  More
Incorruptible Beauty
In this visual society of ours, the appearance of the image alone is what matters. However, for Christians there is a beauty that is incorruptible, very precious, and worthy of our pursuit.  More
The Sweet Psalmist of Israel
Day to day, we may study diligently and work tirelessly hoping to be remembered by some small but lasting contribution to the world. However, in the end, how and by whom will we be remembered?  More
A Lowly Heart
Sometimes we may find ourselves concerned with matters beyond us and then feel dejected when we are not able to comprehend God's will. In such instances, how can we remind ourselves to have a lowly heart?  More
Walk on the Old Paths
The world constantly teaches us to believe solely in ourselves and that relying on God is old-fashioned. In such times, do we still believe that the old paths, which is God’s way, is ultimately the best way?  More
Resilience – Renewal like An Eagle
Sometimes we may experience feeling downcast or weary when it comes to work, whether inside or outside church. How do we cope with the stresses and challenges in our spiritual journey? And how do we revive and rekindle our zeal for the Lord?  More
Removing Warts
Bad habits or sins that become ingrained within us are like 'warts' in our spiritual life. How can we effectively remove them?  More
Grievance Free in the Presence of Enemies
In our journey of faith, one of the hardest lessons is to learn how to forgive our enemies. Read to understand the meaning behind this verse: “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies.”  More
Want Free in the House of the Lord
Have you attained a life free of want?  More
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus
Are you focusing on the right thing?  More
For Wanderings Sad and Lone
Jesus left His glory in heaven for us—Have we left anything for Him?  More
The Unbroken Bond
How does your bond with God look like?  More
Mending My Torn Trousers
Sometimes we may feel forgotten. But God will never forget us; in fact, He's always working quietly in our lives.  More
Heart of Sweetness
We often talk about guarding our hearts against unedifying, sinful thoughts. But a more formidable evil can creep into our hearts - bitterness.  More
Hunger Free in the Paths of Righteousness
Seeking the kingdom of God involves a continued hungering and thirsting after righteousness.  More
Cleaning the Junk in Our Hearts
If we fail to clean our hearts daily by removing filth, our hearts may eventually become tangled with many worldly thoughts, worries, and troubles.  More
Fear Free through the Valley of the Shadow of Death
It could have been a sorrowful and fearful journey as I traveled back alone to my home country to face the deathbed of my beloved father. Yet because of God’s love and comfort..  More
His Compassions Are New Every Morning
No matter how weary we are, God's Spirit is like living water that refreshes us day by day.  More
Count It All Joy
How can we find joy in Christ as we go through tough times?  More
Coming Back
When we have been entrenched in sin, we naturally want to run away from God and hide in bitterness. Yet it is never too late to come back to God.  More
His Blood for Our Sins
Donating blood is an act of generosity that can save lives. If our blood is valuable enough to save patients in life-threatening situations, then how much more valuable is the blood of Jesus?  More
Sing Praises to the Lord
A grateful spirit and thankful heart are an integral part of Christian life. Gratitude will bring a host of blessings to our hearts and make us a channel of blessing to others.  More
Just One Look
We may have strayed from the right path without noticing. But Jesus still loves us and will give us a wake-up call. How will we respond?  More
A Touch of Compassion
Sin often leaves us feeling like spiritual lepers—unclean, unworthy of God’s love, ashamed. Yet God is willing to touch us if we come before Him.  More
Abba, Father
When we’re in the midst of worry and fear, we often don’t know what to do. In such times, we need to remember that we have a heavenly Father to turn to.  More
In Tough Financial Times
Even though we know that God will provide, it is sometimes difficult to not worry during a recession. We may be anxious about job loss, shrinking investments, rising debt, or simply making ends meet. In these times, let us be reminded of the Lord’s promises..  More
God Is on Our Side
However, our sorrow and pleas for help are sometimes mixed with feelings of injustice or mistreatment. It’s hard to go through trials when it seems like we’ve been obeying God...  More
Hearts Hardened Towards Loaves
After Jesus fed the 5000 with five loaves and two fish, He sent His disciples ahead of Him to the other side of the water.  More
Salt Water
“'Behold, the days are coming', says the Lord God, ‘That I will send a famine on the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of the hearing of the words of the Lord.’  More
A Heart for God
David was a man “after the heart of god.” His heart is truly tied to God’s heart, in that what makes God happy makes him happy. Do you feel for God? Can you say to Him, “If You are happy, I’m happy”?  More
Being Patient in Suffering
When working in the Lord’s field, we inevitably encounter challenging situations. If the difficulty seems too great to bear, we begin to lose patience. How do you handle difficulties when working for the Lord?  More
Borne by Four
When we hear prayer requests, we are seeing fellow brethren in need along the road. How earnestly do we pray for them? How far out of our way are we willing to go to help them? We can either be part of the multitudes that pass them by, or be the few good Samaritans. Let us choose to have compassion.  More
Workers' Self-examination
Often, the greatest obstacle to doing God’s work is the workers themselves. Workers focus so much on the work itself that they lose sight of the divine purpose. Our service should spring naturally from understanding God’s will, which is the foundation of our work.  More
Walking into Gethsemane
In the Garden of gethsemane, the Lord Jesus poured out His anxieties to God in prayer. Do we do the same when faced with all kinds of challenges and anxieties? Do we go into our gethsemane to entrust everything to God in prayer?  More
To Stand Out Among Tares
Let both grow together until the harvest” (Mt 13:29, 30a). But, as we live among tares, have we become assimilated with them? Do we still shine forth as the wheat that await the harvester’s coming?  More
I Will No Longer Deliver You
Is our spiritual life like the history of the Israelites, stuck in a sin-repent-sin-repent cycle? While it is true that God is always ready to welcome back the prodigal son, there will come a point in time when God will tell us that He will no longer deliver us.  More
The Greatest Love
As years pass, I’ve noticed that my parents have less of a say in what I do. I’ve even felt superior, as if I were a grown individual, and I didn’t need my parents. But I realized that my parents were always the ones there for me when all else failed me.  More
Not a Leftover
Most people do not enjoy eating leftovers. leftovers are always low on our priority lists. Yet, unknowingly, many of us have relegated God to a position of being a leftover, turning to God only when all else fails, or when we are well-entertained by other things of the world.  More
An Unremarkable Gesture
When we think of testimonies, we think of big miracles. Actually, everyday is full of testimonies of the Lord’s mercy and love for us. We just have to be more attuned to the many seemingly unremarkable miracles God performs for us each and every day.  More
While It Is Day
It is human nature to procrastinate. In our life of faith — our relationship with God and service to Him — it is often the case. What would you do differently if you realize that time may not be in your hands?  More
To the Rock that Is Higher than I
David sought safety in God’s presence during difficult times. “From the end of the earth,” when he was at his wits’ end and in despair, David longed to be guided to the rock that is higher than himself.   More
Mission Statement
We have choices as to what we want to accomplish in a week, or month, or year. For what do we live? As a church, we should have the same considerations when implementing programs. Do we have a mission statement that concurs with God’s salvation plan?  More
Music to the Lord
music is a form of expression in our daily lives, whether through our iPods on the street or from the radio in our cars. What melodies are most likely to be stuck in our heads and hummed from our mouths? What place does the word of God have in the songs we listen to?  More
God's Work Starts at Home
Doing church work is by no means a walk in the park. As servants of God, we are automatically required to attend numerous group meetings, do our appointed duties every Sabbath, or spend hours organizing ...  More
Seek Your Servant
A lost sheep who prays to the Lord to seek him; who calls himself the Lord’s servant; who does not forget God’s commandments. This is certainly not your typical lost sheep.  More
Filial Blessing
There are not many commandments in the Bible that carries a promised reward from God. Honoring our parents is one of them. May today’s devotional give us a timely reminder of the need to love our parents, the ones who have loved us first.  More
Builder to Builder
Servitude without cultivation is spiritual suicide, and the longer we serve, the more vulnerable we are to attack. Remember that we cultivate ourselves for our own protection, as well as for those who depend on our work.  More
Be Still and Patient
It’s easy to talk about being still and patient until we are actually under pressure. Psalm 37 is a reflection of David’s trust in the Lord and his patience waiting for the Lord to act. His advice?  More
Ups and Downs ... Angels and Bread
Have we had thoughts that we’re the only ones truly zealous for God? Do we feel lonely in our service to Him? Elijah had a similar experience. Let’s revisit this age-old story and re-examine our attitudes in service.  More
The Love Behind a Single Strand of Hair
One strand of hair reveals God’s immense, immeasurable love for us. “But the very hairs of your head are all numbered.” God does not only count our hair, He also protects them: “But not a hair of your head shall be lost.”  More
When God Does Not Answer
Why do our prayers go unanswered? Is God trying our patience? Or perhaps we are found lacking in His eyes. When we pray, we need to first examine ourselves before we expect God to act upon our requests.  More
Offense is the Best Defense
It is human tendency to want to feel settled. In our spiritual walk however, to sit back and relax in complacency will not get us closer to God. We need to actively seek out the weaknesses inside of ourselves and engage in perpetual battle to improve ourselves.  More
Spiritual Blind Spots
Are you feeling content with your state of spirituality? Are you thinking that all is well with your faith and walk with God? Maybe you need to re-consider and check out for any spiritual blind spots!  More
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