All posts in "Devotional"
Share

So you wanna die?

By George Nava / last month

If you are contemplating suicide you probably think I don’t understand. Okay, let’s look at that. While I was a Police Officer the law enforcement profession had the highest suicide rate of any profession. It was the second highest profession as far as alcoholism. Police Officers are under stress every day. You may not like […]

Share

How the Littlest Angel turned Sobbing into Joy!

By Debra Jones / last month

By: Debra Hearn Jones 12-24-09 The Lord God Almighty stood before his angels, looking intently at the human race. God’s voice roared announcing to his Warrior Angels he had a very important mission for them, that they were to descend upon the earth and find all the prayers of his faithful servants, who praised and […]

Share

Overcoming The Face Of Sorrow (p.2)

By Virginia Hollingsworth / last month

It shows up in our sleep patterns. We can even experience desperate sorrow.  Isa 17:11 … of desperate sorrow.  Jeremiah 49:23 described a situation like this.  …they are fainthearted; there is sorrow on the sea; it cannot be quiet. Other translations say trouble on the sea or anguish on the sea.  Is there sorrow on […]

Share

Cursed, Slapped, Plucked and Chased

By Phyllis Corbin / last month

Nemehiah Bible Study Lesson #12 Cursed, Slapped, Plucked and Chased We have come to the final chapter of Nehemiah. It is a sort of housecleaning chapter, a time to redress some of the issues of the past and try and safeguard the nation. Moabites and Ammonites (Neh. 13: 1-3) Nehemiah 13:1 (KJV) On that day […]

Share

Dealing With Offenses

By Marvin Hinds / last month

Resentment. Anger. Insult. If you’ve been offended by someone, you’re familiar with these feelings.  The pain has broken your spirit. The negative effect in your life doesn’t seem to go away. God makes it clear; the offense will come. (“… offenses will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come!” Luke 17:1KJV) No matter […]

Share

PayDays-A-Comin’

By Fred Parker / last month

I read a bit of useless information the other day that may be interesting to some of us today.I bet you didn’t know that “Dueling in Paraguay is legal as long as both parties are registered blood donors.”How about that?I know that may seem ridiculous to some of us today but there are many things […]

Share

“Polished”

By Lynne Conley / last month

‘”Polished” Scripture Text: And he shall bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as for the noonday. (Psalm 37:6 KJV) The common household cleaners should never be mixed. Chlorine bleach is found in a lot of disinfectant cleaners, dishwasher detergents, toilet bowl cleaners. Chlorine bleach and household vinegar it’s not a safe […]

Share

Eleven O’Clock

By Danny Naglowsky / last month

Eleven O’Clock By. Danny Naglowsky A homeless man stands outside a store day and night. His daily routine: get up, go to the shelter to get cleaned up, go to the store, go back home, and sleep. For the past ten years, he has been doing this constantly and has never missed a task. He […]

Share

Helping Hand of Love

By Lynne Conley / last month

The northern kingdom had broken their promise with God. Queen Jezebel harbored cold fury against the prophet, Elijah, so much so he felt compelled to flee from her. His journey led him to the wilderness.  He sat under a Jupiter tree, and he prayed to die. Elijah was so tired and exhausted that he fell […]

Share

It’s Worth the Testing

By Lynne Conley / last month

Job was from a place called Uz, and he had seven sons and three daughters. Job was a man that feared God and was upright and perfect before God. ‘’And the LORD said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that [there is] none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright […]

Page 2 of 18