Author Archives: Craig Groeschel

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Daily Power: The Next Step

Daily Power: The Next Step

Daily Power: The Next Step You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what He has promised. – Hebrews 10:36 I’m a sucker for those movies about great athletes and their teams — you know, like Rudy, Miracle, Hoosiers, and Remember the Titans. I love seeing underdogs

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.

Recovering Contentment

The Struggle with Comparisons All day long we are bombarded with messages that seek to persuade us of two things: that
we are (or ought to be) discontented and that contentment is only one step away: “use me, buy me, eat me, wear me, try me, drive me, put me in your hair. ~ John Ortberg,

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 Still Worry All the Time

Worry Is not Your Friend Worry (or not trusting God) has been a significant issue in my life. Although I believe in God, I’ve trusted more in my own abilities than I have in his faithfulness. For Christian Atheists, our worry proves we don’t trust in God as we claim to. We think, I know

As Long As You Both Shall Live

As I reflect over my past, my mistakes, my sins, I have to admit that I’m completely undeserving to have a good, God-honoring marriage. (Amy would tell you the same thing about herself.) Before I was a Christian, I cheated on every girlfriend I ever had — every single one. Amy is the only girl

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