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Read Psalm 1:1-2 Thought for the Day: Devotionals help us hear God’s Word When we read a daily devotional, we are carrying on a tradition that goes back over a thousand years. Devotionals started in the 9th Century when Oengus the Culdee authored the Felire (in Ireland)....

Verse of the Day - Malachi 1:2-5 Thought for the Day: “I have loved you,’ says the LORD.” It is universally understood that ‘first impressions’ matter a great deal. Think back to the first time you met your spouse, close friend, or business partner. It is likely...

Read 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Thought for the Day: Today, I will consistently pray to God.  When we live reactively, we let the circumstances of our lives set our agenda. Living reactively is like driving down the road, noticing that an accident has caused delays, and then choosing...

Read Matthew 11:25-30 Thought for the Day: Jesus invites me to bring my problems to Him! In the First Century, work animals were fitted with yokes. These were large wooden beams that allowed an animal to pull a heavy cart. As you may imagine, the life of...

Read Philippians 4:4-7 Thought for the Day: Rejoice in God always… especially in anxious moments I often ask the people I meet with if they know what our weakest muscle is. Over the years, I don’t necessarily know what people are thinking at first, but I am...

Read 2 Samuel 9 Thought for the Day: Who is the Mephibosheth in my life? Last night, who sat at your dinner table? Mealtimes are some of the most important and intimate moments we can share with our friends and families. When couples first date, it is...