Author Archives: Levi Lusko

You Do You?

You Do You?

Editor’s note: Today’s devotion is from Levi Lusko’s new devotional, Roar Like a Lion, for kids aged 6-10. Feel free to share this with your young friends and forward to moms and dads you love! Do what is right to other people. Love being kind to others. And live humbly, trusting your God. — Micah

Pain Is a Microphone

There Will Be Blood Pain is a microphone. And the more it hurts, the louder you get. Suffering isn’t an obstacle to being used by God. It is an opportunity to be used like never before. This truth leaps off the pages of Scripture again and again and again. Joseph suffered for years as a

Take Back Your Life: Look in the Mirror

Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. ~ Albert Einstein WELCOME Harry Houdini was one of the greatest escape artists the world has ever seen. One of the most famous tricks he loved to perform was to escape from jail cells across the world. Houdini would travel to a city and challenge

Bread and Circuses

Bread and Circuses

So that we would not be outwitted by Satan; for we are not ignorant of his designs. — 2 Corinthians 2:11 ESV Now that we have established the fact that you are special and destined for impact, that you are living in the present but made for eternity, it’s time to recognize that, in addition,

I Declare War on My Mouth

I Declare War on My Mouth There’s no other area that is easier (for me) to mess up with, and that has caused more heartache afterward, than talking. I’ve shot my mouth off and felt remorse so regularly that it is a great source of sadness for me. I measure how well a meeting went

God always gives is a way of escape when we are tempted.

You Don’t Want What the Devil’s Got in His Crock-Pot

Way Back When There was a steamy stew brewing for Esau. To understand what was at stake, we have to go all the way back to Esau’s grandpa Abraham, one of the most famous dudes in the whole Bible. His nickname is the Father of Faith or just Father Abraham. Ironically, for someone who went

Be Careful, Little Eyes, What You See

  There is truth to the adage that the eyes are the windows to the soul. What you let in through your eyes will work its way inside. Jesus warned us multiple times in the Gospels that our eyes can cause us to sin (Matthew 5:29; 18:9). He spoke about it with one of the

Run Toward the Fear: Run Toward the Roar

I am fascinated by the way lions hunt. I’ve read that it’s the lionesses that actually do the “lion’s share” of the work. The males are obviously incredibly intimidating, with their manes and their ferocious roars, but it’s the chicks you really have to watch out for. The fact that lionesses do not have a

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