If an unjust, uncaring judge can be moved to do what’s right, what would our righteous, gracious Father be willing to do?
- Daily Devotional - July 25, 2013 "Something Rotten"7/24/2013 - I recently began searching for a good used car. When we went to check out a 2006 model, the vehicle looked pristine.
- Daily Devotional - July 24, 2013 "There’s Probably No God"7/23/2013 - In February 2009, an atheist group in the UK purchased ad space on the side of 800 buses as well as 1,000 posters on London’s trains that read, “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”
- Daily Devotional - July 23, 2013 "Healed"7/22/2013 - Healing has never been a clear-cut issue for me. While I have never experienced a miraculous physical restoration, I have seen God’s hand of provision at work in my body and others’ bodies.
- Daily Devotional - July 22, 2013 "Runaway Garden"7/21/2013 - Last summer, I tried to grow tomatoes (yet again). I bought heirloom starter vines and a wooden trough planter.
- Daily Devotional - July 21, 2013 "Isolation"7/21/2013 - In a state of exhaustion and despair, at the 5-year anniversary mark of serving in Uganda, I sent an email to friends and ministry partners pleading for prayer.
- Daily Devotional - July 20, 2013 "Disappointment and Hope"7/19/2013 - A 5-year-old boy was told that his family was going to the Grand Canyon. He could hardly wait. When the day finally arrived, the boy was visibly disappointed.
- Daily Devotional - July 19, 2013 "Outdated?"7/18/2013 - In 2012, Encyclopedia Britannica declared that information has been changing so rapidly that their encyclopedias were quickly outdated.
- Daily Devotional - Featuring Newsboys July 18, 2013 “Live With Abandon” 7/17/2013 - Think about your most significant accomplishment in life to date. The one thing you are most proud of that you’ve done, written, said, worked for.
- Daily Devotional - July 17, 2013 "He’s Not There"7/16/2013 - My dad passed away a year ago from pancreatic cancer. When we arrived at the graveside for a private family burial, the funeral director was waiting there with my dad’s cremated ashes.
- Daily Devotional - Featuring Mandisa July 16, 2013 “You’re an Overcomer”7/15/2013 - Do you believe that? That you’re an overcomer? That you have everything you need to come out of this fight victoriously? That the battle has already been won?
- Daily Devotional - July 15, 2013 "You’re at War"7/14/2013 - Neville Chamberlain was duped during World War II. As Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he appeased Hitler and acquiesced to his demands.
- Daily Devotional - July 14, 2013 "Speaking of Jesus"7/14/2013 - While waiting for a mechanic to rotate my car’s tires, I struck up a conversation with a man in the waiting area.
- Daily Devotional - July 13, 2013 "The Need to Know"7/12/2013 - Why? Our 10-year-old son is especially adept at asking this question with great frequency.
- Daily Devotional - July 12, 2013 "Subversive Hymn"7/11/2013 - We like to sing hymns in our church—the older the better. We often put new music to them, but sometimes we sing the songs as written.
- Daily Devotional - July 11, 2013 "YOLO"7/11/2013 - Who wrote the oldest lyrics for a #1 Billboard hit song? In 1965, the folk rock band The Byrds covered Pete Seeger’s song “Turn! Turn! Turn!” That song made it to #1.
- Daily Devotional - July 10, 2013 "Truth in Love"7/9/2013 - Have you said something to someone that you later regretted? Perhaps you needed to speak hard words, and the person needed to hear them, but you feel bad because of the wayyou communicated your message.
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