In the midst of holiday busy-ness, it's easy to lose track of the reason for the season, to forget that Christmas is a holy day, not just a holiday—a holy day to celebrate the birth of the Savior of the World. That's why many Christians observe Advent, a time of penitence and preparation for the coming of Christ. We prepare to celebrate Christmas, the time when our Lord and Savior came to earth as a tiny and helpless baby. We remember the coming of Christ into our own hearts when we accepted Him as our Savior. And we look forward to Christ coming again to earth, this time in power and glory.
God Orchestrates History for Our Salvation includes a daily Scripture, meditation, and prayer for the Advent and Christmas seasons and Epiphany. May you be blessed by these Scriptures, thoughts, and prayers during this holy season.
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We expect to find God in church and in our private devotions. But have you ever wondered where He is the rest of the time—especially when things go wrong? With humor and poignancy, author Lillie Ammann shares how she finds God in the everyday experiences of her life.More info →
Time set aside daily for prayer, Scripture reading, and meditating on God's Word will enrich your spiritual life as you prepare for the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and for His coming again in glory. May His blessings abound in your time alone with Him in these devotions for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany.
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Time set aside daily for prayer, Scripture reading, and meditating on God's Word will enrich your spiritual life as you prepare for Easter. May His blessings abound in your time alone with Him in these daily meditations on the Epistle to the Romans from Ash Wednesday through Saturday before Palm Sunday and Matthew's account of the Passion, Crucifixion, and Resurrection for Holy Week and Easter.More info →
We all seem to run out of time with to-do items still undone, leaving us feeling like The Roadrunner with Wile E. Coyote in hot pursuit. We identify with the expression, “The harder I work, the behinder I get!” Perhaps we need to rethink our priorities and ask, “Is spending a few minutes with God to refresh our spiritual batteries on our list, or do we allow the tyranny of the urgent to crowd out the important, convincing ourselves God will understand, and promise to make it up tomorrow?”More info →
Acrostics are word puzzles in which the word itself is broken down and used to form other descriptive words around an idea. The word becomes rounded out and elaborated upon, embroidered into a beautiful pattern of ideas. IDEA becomes Image Defining Each Acrostic. Message in a Word 2 contains 52 devotionals, one for each week of a year. Each devotional is based on an acrostic, a message in a word. Each thought-provoking devotional is filled with Scripture quotes and Biblical truth. The Reflections at the end of each devotional includes additional Scripture passages for further study along with questions and a prayer. Read and do the exercises, then meditate and reflect upon the message for a week. You will be inspired and blessed as you deepen your relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.More info →
Acrostics used to explore powerful words from the bible and how they can help you live a better Christian life.More info →