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Devotionals, 315 total items found
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Given Some Time     By Joannie Yeh        
Do we have aspirations to do great things for God but feel too small or too incapable to achieve them?

In Tough Financial Times     By Becky Yuan        
Even though we know that God will provide, it is sometimes difficult to not worry during a recession. We may be anxious about job loss, shrinking investments, rising debt, or simply making ends meet. In these times, let us be reminded of the Lord’s promises . . .

Count It All Joy        
How can we find joy in Christ as we go through tough times?

You Can Always Return     By Ruhamah        

Worry-Free in God     By Arianna Huang        
Imagine your worries as a great big sack that you constantly heave around; your first choice would be to discard it. But why can't we seem to get rid of it?

Builder to Builder     By Lois Kuo        
Servitude without cultivation is spiritual suicide, and the longer we serve, the more vulnerable we are to attack. Remember that we cultivate ourselves for our own protection, as well as for those who depend on our work.

Filial Blessing     By Liliana Chan        
There are not many commandments in the Bible that carries a promised reward from God. Honoring our parents is one of them. May today’s devotional give us a timely reminder of the need to love our parents, the ones who have loved us first.

Strength in Confidence     By Peter Chen        
We often rely on our own abilities, wealth, or social networks for many matters in life. How far can they really take us?

I Will No Longer Deliver You     By Albert S. Chen        
Is our spiritual life like the history of the Israelites, stuck in a sin-repent-sin-repent cycle? While it is true that God is always ready to welcome back the prodigal son, there will come a point in time when God will tell us that He will no longer deliver us. Let us not foolishly continue to sin, thinking that God will forgive and forgive over and over again.

To Stand Out Among Tares     By Rebecca Lee        
We are to live among the tares until the harvest at the end of the age, as Jesus instructed, “[L]est while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest” (Mt 13:29, 30a). But, as we live among tares, have we become assimilated with them? Do we still shine forth as the wheat that await the harvester’s coming?

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