All posts in "Devotional"

And If I Be Lifted Up

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

What an eventful month we have experienced this June.  North Korea is threatening to launch a missile at Hawaii, Iran is experiencing an uprising that despite their government’s efforts continues to gain strength, and President Obama advances with his mission to bring us level with the rest of the international socialist communities.  Last week a […]


Use It or Lose It

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

Use it or Lose It By: Lynne Conley Jesus often spoke in a parable to his followers. In the Biblical times if a wealthy man was going on a long journey for an extended time he would often make his trusted servants to be his representatives. When the master returned he rewarded them for their […]


An Empty Tomb

By George Nava / a few months ago

Anybody ever wondered why life is so bleak and lonely at times? so empty and painful, so seemingly worthless, Ah! but there’s a reason for your life, for your troubles, for your dreams, there is HOPE! There is an empty tomb for you. read on and I’ll explain that to you… but first, some bible […]



By Debra Jones / a few months ago

Beautiful! Recently a friend of mine started this silly saying by looking at me and remarking with emphasis, ” You are so Beautiful”. I would laugh and raise my eyebrows at her and give her the look that says, “You have lost it”. She would erupt into laughter like a little child. As time went […]


How Can We Help

By Janae Stanford / a few months ago

Today in this world we don’t see what people go through every day. We always end up hearing about people that get kidnapped, killed and others that you hear. And also we hear on the news or the radio about floods, hurricanes, tornados and also earthquakes. From what we see and hear we began to […]


Would We Be Missed

By Jordan Spain-Honaker / a few months ago

Would We Be Missed It is interesting to me how when God wants to get my attention, I am like the prophet who saw all of the natural disasters but found that God spoke to him in the “still small voice”. I feel that Jesus has been speaking to me a lot lately about my […]


Let Go Of The Stone

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

I must say that I always feel antsy during election time. I have always been an even-keeled kind of person that avoids confrontation at all costs *UNLESS* you are someone with their pants cinched underneath your posterior with that whole said posterior in full view…then I cannot contain myself. I really try to stay away […]


Why Wait?

By Rick Mills / a few months ago

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 / a few months ago

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 / a few months ago

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. […]

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