Devotionals

RSS Feed | My Utmost For His Highest

  • The Ministry of the Unnoticed
    Blessed are the poor in spirit… —Matthew 5:3The New Testament notices things that do not seem worthy of notice by our standards. “Blessed are the poor in spirit….” This literally means, “Blessed are the paupers.” Paupers are remarkably commonplace! The preaching of today tends to point out a person’s strength of will or the beauty of his…
  • Christ-Awareness
    …and I will give you rest. —Matthew 11:28Whenever anything begins to disintegrate your life with Jesus Christ, turn to Him at once, asking Him to re-establish your rest. Never allow anything to remain in your life that is causing the unrest. Think of every detail of your life that is causing the disintegration as something to fight…
  • Self-Awareness
    Come to Me… —Matthew 11:28God intends for us to live a well-rounded life in Christ Jesus, but there are times when that life is attacked from the outside. Then we tend to fall back into self-examination, a habit that we thought was gone. Self-awareness is the first thing that will upset the completeness of…

RSS Feed | Our Daily Bread

  • Be Still
    “We’ve created more information in the last five years than in all of human history before it, and it’s coming at us all the time” (Daniel Levitin, author of The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload).  “In a sense,” Levitin says, “we become addicted to the hyperstimulation.” The constant barrage of […]
    David C. McCasland
  • The Turn
    As the minister spoke at a funeral for an old military veteran, he mused about where the deceased might be. But then, instead of telling the people how they could know God, he speculated about things not found anywhere in Scripture. Where is the hope? I thought. At last he asked us to turn to a closing hymn. And as we rose to sing “How Great Thou Art,” peopl […]
    Tim Gustafson
  • From Grief to Joy
    Kelly’s pregnancy brought complications, and doctors were concerned. During her long labor, they decided to whisk her away for a cesarean section. But despite the ordeal, Kelly quickly forgot her pain when she held her newborn son. Joy had replaced anguish. Scripture affirms this truth: “A woman giving birth to a child has pain because her time has come; but […]
    Alyson Kieda

RSS Feed | Walk In The Word

  • Bigger Than My Expectations - B
    It's tempting to think that when we accept Jesus, life will automatically be okay. But what happens when everything goes south? In this message, James MacDonald looks at the Apostle Paul and offers helpful insight on surviving tough opposition. Follow James MacDonald: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJamesMacDo... Twitter: https://twitter.com/jamesm […]
  • Bigger Than My Expectations - A
    When we choose to follow Christ, we often imagine that life is going to be smooth sailing. But when we run headlong into a storm, we realize the life of faith is nothing like we expected! In this message, James MacDonald explains how God is bigger than our expectations. Visit our online STORE! https://store.jamesmacdonald.com Follow James MacDonald: Facebook […]
  • Humble Yourself, Part 2 - B
    When Jesus washed the disciples feet during the Last Supper He provided a front row seat to what humility really means. In this message, James MacDonald continues a thought-provoking study in John chapter 13 that reveals what true humility is and is not. Visit our online STORE! https://store.jamesmacdonald.com Follow James MacDonald: Facebook: https://www.fa […]

RSS Feed | Ravi Zacharias International

  • Building A Moral Society, Part 2 of 2
    Have you noticed there is a growing resistance to acknowledging God in our society? As the morals in our culture seem to be deteriorating, how can Christians respond? Ravi Zacharias examines the steps you can take to lay the groundwork needed to help build a moral society. That’s this week on Let My People Think.
    Ravi Zacharias
  • Building a Moral Society, Part 1 of 2
    Have you noticed there is a growing resistance to acknowledging God in our society? As the morals in our culture seem to be deteriorating, how can Christians respond? Ravi Zacharias examines the steps you can take to lay the groundwork needed to help build a moral society. That’s this week on Let My People Think.
    Ravi Zacharias
  • Paradise Regained, Part 2 of 2
    Does it feel like our world is in a downward spiral? Pain and suffering seem to outweigh the good and it doesn’t appear to be getting any better. How did we get to this point? Is there any hope? Ravi Zacharias looks at the story of the thief next to Jesus on the cross on this week’s Let My People Think.
    Ravi Zacharias