The race of life is the toughest challenge there is, and only one man has ever won it.
Outside the Camp (Hebrews 13:13)
Early Christians who had been following the Old Testament rites of the Law, had to make the difficult step to leave those rituals behind.
Fixing My Gaze (Proverbs 4:25–26)
Choosing a single, positive, spiritual goal for the day is a great way to find clarity and meaning even in the midst of “chaos.”
I Used to Be a Shepherd (1 Samuel 17:34)
Who am I today? Thinking about David the Shepherd, Paul the tentmaker, and Jesus the carpenter.
Choose Life! (Revelation 22:14)
Don’t get caught up in the moment. You always have a choice.
God Is Always There (Psalm 8:1)
God’s creation gives us the opportunity to see him in our lives every day.
Joy Is All Around You (Matthew 6:34)
While wallowing in worries about things that have not yet happened, I may be oblivious to a wonderful moment occurring right in front of me.
To the One Who Overcomes (Revelation 2 & 3)
Do we get too focused on what others (like the seven churches) are doing well or doing poorly? Let’s not lose sight of the beautiful promises to all those who overcome!
Flashlight for the Wilderness (Psalm 119:105)
God has a never-ending supply of power.
Focus, in Troubled Times (Ecclesiastes 12:13)
n these troubled times we sometimes need to pause and reflect.