Devotional for October 22, 2018

Mt. NEBO In Deuteronomy 34:1-4, Moses climbs Mt. Nebo. At the top, God shows him the promise land but says, “I have let you see it with your eyes, but you will not cross over into it.” We all have a Mt.​ NEBO ​​in our lives: a ​Ne​​ ver-​E​​nding ​B​​attle over ​O​​urselves. We think that […]
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Devotional for October 15, 2018

The Valley of Dry Bones Are there negative circumstances in your life that weigh you down? Have you had them in your life for so long that you finally learn to just live with them? Well, you may be walking through the valley of dry bones but have hope because God has a plan for […]
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Devotional for October 8, 2018

Hills & Valleys – The Valleys of Trouble and Weeping If you’re finding yourself walking through a difficult situation, or a season of continuous crying, you are most likely in The Valley of Trouble and Weeping. Through these valleys, we can hold on to the comfort of knowing that God will NEVER waste a hurt. […]
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Devotional for October 1, 2018

HILLS AND VALLEYS – THE VALLEY OF DECISIONS GRASSHOPPERS, GRAPES AND GIANTS At some point, we all find ourselves having to face some extremely tough decisions in life—even some really small decisions that may seem meaningless to you but will play a role in determining your future. If you find yourself in the valley of […]
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Devotional for September 17, 2018

As believers, we have a tendency to solely focus on the mountain tops—the good moments, the season where everything goes right. But that’s the thing; it’s just a ​season.​ Just as the mountain top is a season, so are the valleys—the low moments where the attack against you has been specifically made to take you […]
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Devotional for September 9, 2018

How big is your God? More importantly, how big is your God’s love? When we start to reflect on that question, we start to remember all the times we have seen His love touch us. We remember that time we failed and remember God was there to see us through it. Sometimes it’s hard to […]
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