By Chris Tiegreen
Discover ways to stroll extra heavily with God every one passing day! 365 Pocket Devotions is a handy, easy-to-carry, quick-access publication containing day-by-day reflections on issues like trusting God, making clever offerings, and loving others. on a daily basis starts with an inspirational, thought-provoking examining and ends with a promise from Scripture. a brand new variation within the well known 365 Pocket sequence that has touched such a lot of lives, 365 Pocket Devotions is created particularly if you wish day-by-day devotional time with God. (Adapted from the perennial favorites The twelve months At His toes Devotional and The twelve months stroll with God Devotional.)
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We need to be anchored in revelation. How do we do that? A daily time in God’s Word is a good first step. It works truth into our minds on a regular basis. But is that really enough to protect us against error? Here’s a good pattern to follow: First, ask God every day to convince your heart of His truth and to give you discernment. Second, find at least one verse a week to memorize. Chew on it, let it sink in, look at it from every angle, and come up with specific ways to apply it. Third, don’t just study God’s Word.
LUKE 6:37 DAY 25 A reflection on WORDS When I am aware of the power of the tongue Words burn. Once they’ve ignited, there is no undoing them. Once spoken, words cannot be unspoken —and because of the gossip-prone nature of the human community, words spread rapidly. It is virtually impossible to put them out. The tongue must be tamed! Its corruption both spreads outward and works inward. Words not only distort the perceptions of others, they train our own minds to follow. A careless comment becomes a deeply held conviction all too quickly.
Focus on the hinges, and you’ll see the doors open wide. Jesus said, “How can I describe the Kingdom of God? . It is like a mustard seed planted in the ground. ” MARK 4:30-32 DAY 61 A reflection on FREEDOM When I feel enslaved by sin As Christians, we know we have been freed from the penalty of sin, but often we still feel enslaved by it. We know we have eternal life, but how often we feel imprisoned in a body of death! We can easily feel trapped in mundane, uneventful lives. We are so frequently stuffed back into our shackles that the excitement of our freedom seems a distant memory.