Even in the midst of dark days, unity is a shining light of hope and beauty.
Here’s a devotional prompted by a late-night chore: wheeling the trash can to the curb under a clear night sky.
What happened in our past doesn’t need to be an indicator of tomorrow.
Life is filled with uncertainties, disappointments, joys and celebrations.
We can worship God anywhere and anytime, and one great way of doing it is to sing praises to Him!
Nahum 1:7 declares three practical promises when it says, “The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; he knows those who take refuge in him.”
Today we may be asking more questions than normal: Will this pandemic ever stop? When will our streets be safe? And, when will our world be less chaotic?
“A time to every purpose under the heaven” reassures us that time and circumstance are thoroughly under the Divine Hand and watch care of Almighty God.
The answers to our social ills are not to be found in systems. Instead, they are found in Christ.
In a world of unknowns and uncertainties, we can know God. We can walk with Him and talk with Him and work with Him and rest with Him.
So often these days, we feel helpless in the face of issues that seem too big for us to solve. But there is something we can do.
Any close relationship requires work over time. It’s that way with friendship, with marriage, with family, and with God.
My dad often reminded me, in society, to try to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem. I believe Christians should ask God, “What is my part?”
May the Father of us all grant us peace on this wonderful day that goes back to a dad who raised six children all by himself.
The Bible offers life-lifting, heart-healing and soul-strengthening comfort for every ‘dis-ease’ of life.