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Fight: Holding Out For a Hero

Fight: Holding Out For a Hero

We love to root for the underdog. We love to see good triumph over evil and courage defeat cowardice. We love to see righteousness prevail and unrighteousness punished. And we love a hero who refuses to give up the fight no matter how impossible the odds. Right now we’re starving for heroes. We’re no longer surprised when men we once admired and

Compassion costs us something. | Liking Jesus by Craig Groeschel

Cost of Compassion

Editor’s Note: It’s another Sit & Listen Saturday at Devotionals Daily! Enjoy reading as well as listening to this devotion below from Craig Groeschel’s new book, Liking Jesus. It’s about rediscovering God in a world filled with selfies, likes, and re-tweets. Today’s devotion focuses on compassion – something that often gets lost as we navigate

Daily Power: Fight the Good Fight of Faith

Daily Power: Fight the Good Fight of Faith

Fight the good fight for the true faith. Hold tightly to the eternal life to which God has called you, which you have declared so well before many witnesses. — 1 Timothy 6:12 NLT If you’re a follower of Jesus, then you’re also a fighter. In Exodus, we’re told: The Lord is a warrior; the

When You Believe in God But Won’t Forgive

When my little sister, Lisa, was born on my third birthday, my parents told me that she was my birthday present from God. We’ve been inseparable ever since. Of course we endured occasional sibling rivalries and conflicts, but she was always my baby sis, whom I loved as much as anyone else in the world.

When You Believe in God But Aren’t Sure He Loves You

  Editor’s note: We hope you enjoy reading as well as listening to this devotion from The Christian Atheist by Craig Groeschel. Listen on our blog or on your Alexa device. Alexa users, simply enable the “Devotionals” skill and prompt, “Alexa, ask Devotionals to read me today’s devotion.” Several years ago, I was having lunch

When You Believe in God But Are Ashamed of Your Past

It’s Always the Shame As a pastor, I’ve discovered that many people are dying slowly in a secret tomb of shame. Some are ashamed of their poor financial condition, plagued with guilt about their irresponsible spending and debt. Others are ashamed about sexual sin from their past. Many carry extreme guilt with them into their

Are You A Christian Atheist?

Watch the Trailer for The Christian Atheist “If you were to be put on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” Many believers have been challenged by this question. Do we know Christ well enough to walk in His footsteps? Perhaps the problem is that we believe in Him,

Divine Direction: Stay — Finish Strong

One day you’re going to come to a fork in the road. And this new direction may look like the perfect route to take. But no matter how appealing it is, God may lead you to stay the course instead. Maybe you’re in college right now. You’ve been thinking, I’m not going to make it.

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