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Catch of the Day: Wisdom

Catch of the Day: Wisdom

“Are there those among you who are truly wise and understanding? Then they should show it by living right and doing good things with a gentleness that comes from wisdom.” — James 3:13 (NCV) As bass get bigger and older, they do indeed get wiser and more difficult to catch. One of their tricks is to

Faith is Both a Noun and a Verb

When parents are fleshing out their faith and living out their days with joy and honesty, their children will be attracted to it. Children want something that is real; they want to follow someone who is genuine. Your example—in victories and challenges, in successes and sins, in forgiveness and accountability— can lead them toward an

Overflowing Joy

But the fruit of the Spirit is . . .  joy. — Galatians 5:22 The word joy has all but disappeared from our current Christian vocabulary. One reason is because we have confused joy with happiness, and have come to believe it is found in pleasure, security, and prosperity. In doing this, however, we have

Jesus is Our Hope

I give you hope—hope that the best part of your life is not behind you. Rather, it stretches out before you gloriously: into an eternity of experiences that will get better and better and better. For now, though, you inhabit a world of death, sorrow, crying, and pain. Let the hope of heaven empower you

Jesus Specializes in Impossibilities

This week on Devotionals Daily we’re offering our readers devotions from Sarah Young’s many books: Jesus Calling, Jesus Today, Jesus Lives, Dear Jesus, and the Jesus Calling editions for teens and kids. After many years of writing in her prayer journal, missionary Sarah Young decided to listen to God with pen in hand, writing down

Acts 17:26

Did God Use Evolution As His Method For Creation?

Under the banner of “theistic evolution,” a growing number of Christians maintain that God used evolution as his method for creation. This, in my estimation, is the worst of all possibilities. It is one thing to believe in evolution; it is quite another to blame God for it. First, the biblical account of creation specifically

If We Can’t See God, Can We Know He Exists?

It is not uncommon for skeptics to suppose that Christians are irrational to believe in a God they cannot “see.” In reality, it is irrational for skeptics to suppose that what cannot be seen does not exist. First, Christians and skeptics alike recognize black holes, electrons, laws of logic, and the force of gravity despite

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