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Forgiveness Makes a Difference

Forgiveness Makes a Difference

Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. — Colossians 3:13 The Bible doesn’t tell us if Daniel struggled with forgiving those who inflicted pain in his life: betrayal, injustice, unfairness, slander, accusations, and even persecution. The list would have been a lengthy

The Daniel Prayer: Promises That Are Conditional

Editor’s Note: Enjoy this excerpt from beloved author Anne Graham Lotz (called the “best preacher in the family” by her father Reverend Billy Graham). The Daniel Prayer is based off the prayer of Daniel, who prayed on behalf of his nation, Judah, which had come under God’s judgment. Today, Lotz continues to utilize the Daniel prayer model to

answered prayers

Prayer That Is Answered Immediately

Prayer That Is Answered Immediately Daniel had seen with his own eyes the sacred golden vessels that had been used in temple worship of the living God used at a pagan feast for the pleasure of a spoiled, drunken Babylonian king.1 He knew the city of Jerusalem itself was nothing but ruins. And the temple

3 Devotions You Can Read In 3 Minutes from Anne Graham Lotz

The Right Way For the LORD watches over the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked will perish. — Psalm 1:6 Sometimes as I think about the accomplishments of others, just for a moment I wonder, What if…? But then, almost immediately, I’m reminded that God has given me my own unique

All Eyes on Jesus

All Eyes on Jesus

Look at the Star They went on their way, and the star they had seen in the east went ahead of them until it stopped over the place where the Child was. When they saw the star, they were overjoyed— Matthew 2:9-10 Our senses are bombarded 24/7 by sounds and sights, especially during the Christmas

Psalm 13:5

Fixing My Eyes on Jesus: Faith

The Risk of Faith “Come,” [Jesus] said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus. — Matthew 14:29 The older I get, the less I want to take risks. How about you? In today’s financial world, that’s probably a wise thing. But a cautious attitude in your

Stir up the fire

Stay Awake!

Don’t Lose That Loving Feeling Carole’s Story Maintaining the fire of revival in my life has required effort. My pride still seems to be the “water” that threatens to put out the fire within me. But the close-up look at the pride in my life when I saw the Lord has made it easier to

Humility Matters When We Pray

Prayer that storms the gates of Heaven doesn’t have to be fancy or long or filled with Bible verses. In fact, I almost wonder if it needs words at all. It really is a heart’s cry, isn’t it? And one wrapped in complete humility. Recently, I spoke at a Christian gathering that was multigenerational, multiracial,

Pleading with Confidence

Is faith a gift that some people have been given and others have not? No, faith is a choice. There’s an old story, a favorite of mine, about a veteran tightrope walker who, after demonstrating he could push a wheelbarrow filled with sand across Niagara Falls on a tightrope, asked the applauding crowd for a

The Prayer That Is Answered Specifically

Editor’s Note: Today is the National Day of Prayer, a special day set aside for all believers to pray and meditate on the Lord. Pray for our nation, pray for the world, pray for revival, pray for marriages, pray for people seeking God but not knowing Him yet. Pray for kids and school safety, pray

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