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June 20, 2021 | Doug Sauder
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In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling shows us that equipped with the Spirit of God and the Word of God, we’ve been adequately prepared for the deepest of valleys and the darkest of days.
In today’s devotional, Denise Trio breaks down the important lessons that Jesus gave His disciples in this passage.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra reminds us that in order to truly follow Jesus, we must be willing to leave or lose all we have in this world in order to be found in Him, so He may give us a hundred times as much in this present age.
In today’s devotional, Denise Trio tells us we’re all called to place our trust in Jesus above all else so it’s easier to follow Him!
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling encourages us to place Jesus in the rightful palce in our lives, as we will all struggle with idolatry in one form or another.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra shows us that eventually we’ll all have to confront this truth and choose how to respond to it!
In today’s devotional, Samantha Rodriguez shows us that Jesus invites everyone to receive His grace and love, even if we’ve deemed them unworthy in our minds.
In today’s devotional, Rob Nieminen gives us a look at God’s design for marriage and how to move forward when it feels like our only option is divorce.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling breaks down why God wants us to honor our commitments in all aspects of our lives, not just in marriage.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling reminds us that when someone tries to trip us up in our beliefs, God’s Word is the best response to controversy.
In today’s devotional, Samantha Rodriguez gives us a new way of looking at what it means to be salty and how we should aspire to add a little bit more to our lives.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra breaks down how to deal with sin in our lives the way Jesus asked us to—through sacrifice, so we may be made new.
In today’s devotional, Rob Nieminen gives us greater context behind a warning Jesus gave His disciples about being stumbling blocks for other believers.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling encourages us to follow God’s desires and to partner with the other members of His body, not part ways with them.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra breaks down the reality check Jesus gave His disciples when it came to teaching them about true servanthood and humility.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling reminds us that when an unforseen challenge arises after a season of blessings, it can be jarring. However, even in these unexpected times, the Lord remains at our side.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra reminds us that while God doesn’t need our faith to work miricles, we could be missing out on doing great things in His name if we aren’t actively growing and in the Word.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra shows us just how simple it is to find new life in Christ.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra reminds us that even in times of doubt, Jesus is still with us and is there to help us grow in faith.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra tells us that through prayer and devotion, by faith, our will is bent to God’s and He will prepare it according to the perfect will of God for those who believe!
In today’s devotional, Mirely Maldonado shows us that we get to decide daily whether or not to let Jesus in or keep Him out. But He will transform our faith if we let Him.
In today’s devotional, Mirely Maldonado reminds us that when we start being careless and stop tapping into our power source (our relationship with God), we will become weaker over sin or other influences in our life.
In today’s devotional, Mirely Maldonado reminds us how simple it is to learn from God when we just ask Him questions to better understand Him and His truth.
In today’s devotional, Lisa Supp breaks down the disciples understanding of who Jesus was and how He revealed Himself after the resurrection.
In today’s devotional, Lisa Supp dives into Scripture and gives us a simple understanding of who Jesus actually is.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling breaks down how when we follow Jesus intently, He reveals more sides of Himself to us as we grow in realtionship with Him.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling reminds us that no matter what we’re facing in life, the Lord will give us what we need when we need it so we can continue to walk in the path He’s prepared for us.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra breaks down what it means for us as Christians to evaluate what following Jesus will cost, but also what we gain from Him in return.
In today’s devotional, Samantha Rodriguez shows us that when Jesus came to the Earth, He exemplified a clearer picture of what God has called us to in this world as we follow Him.
In today’s devotional, Danny Saavedra show us that when we encounter Jesus through His Word, prayer, and His Spirit, we know Him on a level that is impossible any other way and is vital to our realtionship with Him.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling breaks down the importance of an individual realtionship with Jesus, because only then can we experience His personal touch and healing upon our lives.
In today’s devotional, Pastor Dan Hickling uses the disciples to remind us why it’s important we try not to miss a much deeper message that Jesus wants us to know.
“The disciples had forgotten to bring bread, except for one loaf they had with them in the boat. ‘Be careful,’ Jesus warned them. ‘Watch out for the yeast of the Pharisees and that of Herod.’”—Mark 8:14–15 (NIV) In today’s passage, we see the disciples realize they only had one loaf of bread, which was the equivalent to something…
When I was a child, I used to find praying in groups boring. In fact, I’d usually zone out and get caught up in a daydream until the pastor or group leader said, “Amen.” Why did I do this? Usually because it wasn’t about me, but mostly because I didn’t know how important corporate prayer…
“The Pharisees came and began to question Jesus. To test him, they asked him for a sign from heaven. He sighed deeply and said, ‘Why does this generation ask for a sign? Truly I tell you, no sign will be given to it.’ Then he left them, got back into the boat and crossed to…
“‘How many loaves do you have?’ Jesus asked. ‘Seven,’ they replied. He told the crowd to sit down on the ground. When he had taken the seven loaves and given thanks, he broke them and gave them to his disciples to distribute to the people, and they did so. They had a few small fish…
“Then His disciples answered Him, ‘How can one satisfy these people with bread here in the wilderness?’”—Mark 8:4 (NKJV) Have you ever forgotten something you never thought you’d forget? Have you surprised yourself by what you’re capable of not remembering? Are you having a hard time recalling how this devotion started? If you can answer…
“In those days, the multitude being very great and having nothing to eat, Jesus called His disciples to Him and said to them, ‘I have compassion on the multitude, because they have now continued with Me three days and have nothing to eat. And if I send them away hungry to their own houses, they will faint on…