Don’t assume

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DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Thursday, September 22, 2016

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May you find comfort, encouragement, guidance, hope, inspiration, love, and peace – May you also find answers to your question(s) through the Scriptures that address every situation you face, and help with your problems. Deb







Today’s scripture reading:

Time on earth short

Posted on August 30, 2012 by Deb

DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Friday, August 31, 2012 Theme: God’s eternal nature is contrasted with people’s frailty.  Our time on earth is limited and we are to use it wisely, not living for the moment, but with our eternal home in … Continue reading →

Comfort, Encouragement, Hope, Joy, Life, Purpose, Time


* What the Bible says about marriage Marriage is God’s idea.  Commitment is essential to a successful marriage.  Romance is important.  Marriage holds times of great joy.  Marriage creates the best environment for raising children.  Unfaithfulness breaks the bond of … Continue reading →


* Finding the freedom to grieve When Jacob died at the age of 147, Joseph wept and mourned for months.  When someone close to us dies, we need a long period of time to work through our grief.  Crying and … Continue reading →

Scripture, Scriptures

* Scripture a map to guide us The psalmist said that he is a “foreigner here on earth,” and so he needed guidance.  Almost any long trip requires a map or guide.  As we travel through life, the Bible, Scriptures, should … Continue reading →


* What real love is In this final description of their love, the girl includes some of its significant characteristics.  Love is as strong as death; it cannot be killed by time or disaster; and it cannot be bought for … Continue reading →


* Half-truths show a lack of trust in God Because Abraham mistakenly assumed that Abimelech was a wicked man, he made a quick decision to tell a half-truth.  Abraham thought it would be more effective to deceive Abimelech than to … Continue reading →


* Problems may be testing your faith When famine struck, Abram went to Egypt where there was food.  Why would there be a famine in the land where God had just called Abram?  This was a test of Abram’s faith, … Continue reading →


* Remain faithful when you have frustration from evil Moses’ mother knew how wrong it would be to destroy her child.  Her frustation was enormous, but there was little she could do to change Pharaoh’s new law.  Her only alternative was … Continue reading →

Warning against judging others

Posted on November 7, 2015 by Deb

Click on the following link for previous layout and posts: DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Saturday, November 7, 2015 Today’s scripture reading: Jesus summarized the law as love for God and neighbor, and Paul said that love demonstrated toward a neighbor … Continue reading →

Behavior, Change, DAILY DEVOTIONAL, Decisions, Fairness, Faith, Forgiveness, Guilt, Guilty, Help, Helping, Judging, Law, Laws, Love, Negative, Negatives, Perseverance, Persevere, Problems, Sin, Support

Be thankful for what you have

Posted on October 14, 2015 by Deb

Click on the following link for previous layout and posts: DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Thursday, October 15, 2015 Today’s scripture reading: Jesus further clarified the membership rules of the Kingdom of Heaven: Entrance is by God’s grace alone. In this … Continue reading →

Behavior, Blessings, DAILY DEVOTIONAL, Encouragement, Fairness, Gifts, Grace, Greed, Guilt, Guilty, Habits, Heart, Justice, Mercy, Money, Need, Needs, Peace, Persistence, Prayer, Suffer, Suffering, Thankfulness, Thoughts, Wealth, Word, Words

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