Author Archives: Lysa TerKeurst

Living Loved

Living Loved

Editor’s note: We hope you enjoy reading as well as listening to this devotion from Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst. 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.” I can’t expect any other person to be my soul

Uninvited: The Gifts of Rejection

Anything that infuses us with humility is good. Even if it feels a bit like humiliation in the moment, the workings of humility within are a gift. The tweaking of us by God in the quiet is the saving of us in public. The only difference between humility and humiliation is that one chose to

Humility: To Love God Is to Cooperate with His Grace

There is a woman named Abigail in 1 Samuel 25 who had to decide between grace and bitterness. Abigail was a woman well acquainted with hardship, negative people, rejection, and things not turning out as I’m sure she wished they would. But somehow she remained steady. And her steadiness proved to have a profound impact

Uninvited Session One: Living Loved

Live from a deep assurance that you are fully loved, and you won’t find yourself begging others for scraps of love. Live loved.   If you were to write the definition of love, what would it be? If you were to write the definition of rejection, what would it be? Watch the Session One Video: Living

A Prayer for When You Feel Rejected

We live in a broken world, where rejection— even from fellow Christians— could be just around the corner. But there is good news as we wait in expectation for God’s ultimate redemption! And that is Jesus. Jesus brought with Him a love that remains . . . is constant . . . stays the same.

Desperate for Reassurance

Whatever is true… think about such things… And the God of peace will be with you. — Philippians 4:8b, Philippians 4:9b (NIV) If you’ve ever heard me give my testimony, you know part of what I share is being a little girl twirling around next to my daddy, wishing I could know that he loved

Perspective: Ruined for Good

Fools show their annoyance at once, but the prudent overlook an insult. — Proverbs 12:16 Thought for the Day: I have to make the choice every day to interrupt my fleshly tendencies of yelling and getting angry over minor things. If you have kids, then I’m sure you’ve felt the frustration of having things ruined.

Crushing Times When You Want to Run Away

Watch this Special Video Message from Lysa Just for Us! Jesus Could Have Run Jesus knew the crushing heart feeling. He felt it. He carried it. He wrestled with it. And there was a moment when He could have run. The night was heavy with grief for Him. Jesus ate with the disciples for the very

Pinches and Grace

Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need. — Hebrews 4:16 Thought for the Day: Today is a beautiful time for grace. I wanted to pinch the two girls sitting on the front row of our church

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