Discover how Psalm 31:9-18 provides comfort and encouragement in times of trouble, through trust in God’s faithfulness and protection
Colossians 3 reminds us to put on the new self, renewed in knowledge of Christ. Take action by committing to die to old habits, renewing your mind, reading scripture, cultivating virtues and surrounding yourself with positivity, become who God created you to be
“The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?” This verse reminds us of the fallen nature of humanity and our tendency to be self-centered and deceitful. It encourages us to recognize our own limitations and to seek God’s guidance and wisdom in understanding ourselves and our hearts. Instead of relying on our own understanding, we can turn to God and ask for His help in understanding our hearts and living a life that is pleasing to Him. This devotional encourages us to seek God’s wisdom and guidance in understanding our own hearts and finding transformation and healing.
Start your day with a renewed perspective on the power of faith in Jesus Christ and the promise of a new creation through this devotional on 2 Corinthians 5:17-19.
God’s promises in the Bible provide assurances of salvation, guidance, protection, provision, and faithfulness to believers. These commitments serve as a source of hope and encouragement, reminding us of His love and faithfulness.
Find peace and strength in the midst of worries and concerns through biblical guidance and trust in God’s presence and plan. Psalm 46:10
“Find peace and comfort in times of uncertainty with this short biblical devotional. Based on Philippians 4:6-7, this devotional encourages us to bring all our fears and concerns to God in prayer, with an attitude of thanksgiving. Trust in the peace of God, which will guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”
There is an antidote to overcoming the ungodly behavior.
With God on our side, it is easy to believe that all of this fruit came in a year like 2020, and we are so thankful for the role you have taken to make this all happen for the glory of God. All praise be to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who uses us through the leading of His Holy Spirit to do His will.
When we examine our heart, we understand that there are underlying fears in our lives. Even though the world around us does not see our struggles, we know the struggles are there. Let’s learn that we can live a life without fear.