Tender Shepherds

As we approach the Christmas season, we find ourselves continually reminded of the shepherds in the fields, on the eve of Christ Jesus’ birth. To those blessed few, an angel appeared and declared the birth of the Messiah and in obedience to the message of  angel, they went to see a baby in a manger…… Read More ›

A Twenty-Word Prayer

Could a mere twenty words truly hold enough impact to become a prayer worth praying daily… even throughout the day? Let’s examine Psalm 86:11 and consider the depth of opportunity to pray God’s Word: “Teach me your way, O LORD, that I may walk in your truth; unite my heart to fear your name.” I… Read More ›

Abolishing The Accusations

Accusations, inflammatory insults and guilt upon guilt… Oh, how the enemy would love for us to live under such condemnation, fear and despair. But rest assured, that his attempts to discourage the believer in Christ are solely based upon lies and not facts. Let us examine the truth, the truth to be found in God’s… Read More ›

Dikaioumenoi dōrean tē autou chariti

If you’re not familiar with Greek, then the title of this devotional is without meaning unless it becomes translated into English. Dikaioumenoi dōrean tē autou chariti, means “Being justified freely by his grace.” And yet, even while reading in our English language millions of people have no better understanding of it’s meaning, than that of… Read More ›