All posts in "Devotional"

Why Wait?

By Rick Mills / last month

Why Wait? Most of you probably don’t struggle with impatience. Waiting is just another part of life that comes easily to you. I, on the other hand, struggle to be patient. Waiting seems to go against my very nature, the nature of my flesh, that is. Through the years, God has taught me, through some […]


Answered Prayer of the Cursed

By Christine Carney / last month

My past isn’t a pretty one. It’s sordid, ugly and obscene. Most of it isn’t appropriate to repeat in a public setting such as this publication. However, today, I’m blessed beyond measure and all credit goes to my King, Savior, and Lord: Jesus Christ. It’s a blessing I want to share with you, or I […]


Don’t Become Sour

By Lynne Conley / last month

Don’t Become Sour For a while Abraham and Isaac were so lonely after the death of Sarah, and she was one-hundred twenty seven years old. The definition for lonely is: sad from being alone (Merriam-Webster) Abraham thought to himself that Isaac was old enough to get married. The women of Canaan weren’t under Abraham’s approval. […]


Then I Will

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Then I Will Psalm 51:10-12 Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit with me. Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation, and uphold me with thy free spirit. I feel revival bubbling up […]


The Spoils Of The Battle

By Sheri Boulet / last month

I have something to say, and I really don’t know how to start it out. But I’m going to give it a shot. Perhaps someone may be offended at what I am what I am about to say, that is not my intention at all. I want only to bring understanding to someone about my […]


Oh my, it’s raining!

By George Nava / last month

As I was out on my morning jog and it was raining on me. I began to think of the following scriptures. Realizing how our present society has so much in common with the times and folks back then.  And like them, many of us are so callous and unconcerned so unaware of the times […]


Possessing Our Inheritance

By Martin Schmaltz / a couple of months ago

It seems there was this man that for all of his life lived in need. No matter what he attempted, it seems he could never get ahead. One day he received notification that a distant relative had died and left to him their mansion. Obviously, this man was elated. Finally, something had gone right for […]


The Battles Isn’t Mine

By Lynne Conley / a couple of months ago

The Battles Isn’t Mine David was the youngest son of Jesse. He was a young shepherd’s boy, working to taking care of the sheep in the fields, and making sure the wolves and other kinds of predators wouldn’t harm the sheep. The definition of a shepherd is a person who tends sheep (Merriam-Webster). The Israelites […]


Defining Moments (Part Two)

By David Green / a couple of months ago

In this day and age some people’s ‘moments’ may take place even before they even take their first breath. With the pollution, toxins, and addictions that have overtaken the land, could it be possible that a child’s life has been shaped in the womb? Today there are babies that are born already addicted to the […]


Sight for Sore Eyes

By Don Doran / a couple of months ago

Sight for Sore Eyes When I was young I loved to spend time at my uncle’s house. They lived in the country and it was wonderful. We would drive home from town at night and someone would say, “See all of the deer?” I would look out into the dark fields and wonder where are […]

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