Day 293 – Do Your Best

Do Your Best There is a lot of talk today about being a multi-tasker, developing both sides of the brain and being poly-dexterous. In doing so many desire to maximize …

Day 292 – Seek and Find

Seek and Find Let me begin this devotional with a very simple statement: What you seek, you will find. Jesus taught of the importance of seeking first the most important, …

Day 291 – Early Responders

Early Responders I so admire those organizations that provide aid to disaster victims. When an earthquake, hurricane or other natural disaster hits, they are the first on the scene, bringing …

Day 290 – The Cycle of Life

The Cycle of Life  There are so many lessons we can learn by observing nature. The changing of the seasons, the process of growth, dependency on light and so much …

Day 288 – The Tabernacle of David

The Tabernacle of David In 750 B.C., Amos prophesied of the reestablishing of the Tabernacle of David. (Amos 9.11) This tabernacle, or tent, dismantled after the Temple was built by …

Day 287 – The Joshua Generation

The Joshua Generation When I was a new believer, I heard prophecies calling our generation the Joshua Generation, and recently I have heard it again about the present generation. In …

Day 286 – Tithes and Offerings

Tithes and Offerings  The practice of giving tithes and offerings is frequently criticized in today’s world. Even within the Church there are those who charge that the principle of tithing …

Day 285 – The House of Bread

The House of Bread Self-preservation is the most powerful of human motivations. Water and food are essential ingredients to survive. Where there is no bread, there is starvation. Several times, …

Day 284 – The House of God

The House of God A few days before Passover began, the Temple was crowded with those who had come from all over Israel to celebrate the feast. They could not …