105 Step Out Here

Luke 16:10 - "Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much." When is the last time your heart was beating out of your chest with the possibility of wild success or epic failure? Those two things come

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104 You’re the One

God is good. Once you experience his goodness, you will feel an emptiness if you ever pull away from him again. If you feel empty, could it be because you've pulled away? Have you distanced yourself, stopped doing the things you once did that brought you closer to God? I believe we all go through

By |June 21st, 2018|Categories: Devotionals, Podcast|0 Comments

103 Tall Walls – Guarded Hearts

There's so much goodness inside of you, there's the potential to change countless lives. Because of the sheer amount of goodness in you, you come under attack. The enemy knows the impact your love could make so guess what he does ... he works to shrink your heart. He schemes to make you cynical. He

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102 You’re Better Than That

The story of the Prodigal Son is one of my favorites. Every time I study it, I learn something new. Luke 15:11-32 gives us the full story and it would take you less than 2 minutes to read it today. That would be a really good use of 2 minutes. I'll give you my 20

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101 Stop the Train

There is a hill outside the city of Jerusalem called Golgotha or also called Calvary, both words meaning skull. It was here on top of this skull shaped hill that Jesus was crucified on the cross. Have you ever thought about the meaning behind this? Why there? Nothing was by accident. God was in every

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100 Wrestling With God

Scripture tells us a story of twin brothers. Jacob and Esau. They were at war with each other even in the womb. Esau was born first, and as the first born son, would receive the birthright. He would be ruler over his younger brother, as was the custom then. Esau was a manly man out

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099 Your Family’s Giant

We all have giants we battle. A weakness, a shortcoming, an area of struggle which has created a scenario where you can't seem to win. Where is it you battle but never win? Where have you fought time and time again to make things different, and although sometimes you'll have a bit of success, ultimately

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098 Promise – Problem – Praise

God can't resist your praise. It is your praise that best displays your faith. When things aren't going right, will you praise God? When everything around you indicates it's all going wrong, will you thank him? Will you face your reality and still fully trust him? Will you thank God BEFORE you see him at

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097 The Holy Pause

Proverbs 3: 5-6 "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." God has a plan for your life, and whether you believe it or not, it's a good plan. In fact, it's better than

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096 Pep In Your Step

Psalm 37:23 NLT - "The LORD directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives." Does the Lord direct the steps of everyone? No, this scripture is very specific. He directs the steps of the godly. So what exactly does being godly look like? How can I be godly today?

By |June 11th, 2018|Categories: Devotionals, Podcast|0 Comments