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On Losing a Loved One: God Is a Good, Good Father

On Losing a Loved One: God Is a Good, Good Father

Losing a parent is never easy. I know. I lost my father one year ago this month. Even as I write those words, I can hardly believe it. I had fallen into a rut of telling people I lost my dad six months ago. Then last week, I started getting emotional about him all of

10 Tips for a Joy-Filled Life

Dear Friend, I wrote Jesus Always, my new 365-day devotional, with a desire to help readers live a joy-filled life. No matter what is happening in our world, we Christians can find Joy in Jesus. I want to share with you 10 tips to help you approach every day joyfully. Each tip includes an excerpt

Tomorrow: The Antidote for Frustration

Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. — Matthew 6:34 On peaceful days I feel in absolute accord with the will of Christ. Other times, when a sense of frustration sweeps over me, I am anxious about where Christ is taking my life. The difference always boils down to trust,

No Surprises for God

Editor’s Note: Adapted from ECPA Gold Medallion–winner Jesus Today®, this devotional has the same themes as the adult version, as well as written-out scriptures. It is a great choice for families to read and discuss during devotional time together. * * * Don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow? That’s okay, because I do. And I

Who Is This Man? Exploring The Life Of Jesus

Who is this Man? The question was asked by the Pharisees in Luke 5:21. These same words were used in Luke 7:49, spoken by the people who reclined at table with Jesus. “Who is this man?”, was also the question uttered by King Herod when news of Jesus continued to grow. Jesus came with a

Do Not Worry: One Day at a Time

READ: Matthew 6:25-34 It’s easy to fall into the worry trap, especially in times of trial. We often get out ahead of ourselves and ahead of God as we attempt to predict the many ways a trial may pan out. A typical human response to bad news tends to move automatically to a state of

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