Devotionals by Kenneth L. Samuel

Devotionals by Kenneth L. Samuel

Possessing What's Ours

Kenneth L. Samuel

I own a fairly modern MacBook Air PC, but I can hardly create a flyer, create a Power Point presentation, do a Podcast, or even execute a successful 'cut and paste' maneuver.


Lord of Liberation

Kenneth L. Samuel

Liberation Theology is a lens through which God is understood and related to as the Divine Being who sets us free from the sins of every kind of oppression.


Somebody Say Something

Kenneth L. Samuel

National Geographic reports that the world's newest religion is no religion.


Light from the Least

Kenneth L. Samuel

When thick, palpable, complete darkness descended upon the Egyptians, I wonder why none of them seemed to notice that the Children of Israel had light.


Too Much of What We Want

Kenneth L. Samuel

Upon their exodus out of Egyptian slavery, God instructed the Hebrews to abandon the worship of idols their parents engaged in while they were in bondage, and to direct their devotions toward the one God who had heard their pleas and secured their liberation.


Making an Entrance

Kenneth L. Samuel

What we bring with us to the issues of life sets the tone for what we will receive. 


Facing Injustice

Kenneth L. Samuel

Even as we look upon the ultimate, eternal triumph of God's only begotten Son, we must not neglect or erase our contributions to his death.


Can You Stand Success?

Kenneth L. Samuel

What happens when we achieve our goals and accomplish our aims? What happens when our days of struggle give way to days of triumph? What happens when Lent relents to Resurrection?


Religion Without the Rules

Kenneth L. Samuel

For a long time, John Lennon's famous lines from his iconic song, "Imagine," haunted me.


The Mercy Seat

Kenneth L. Samuel

Our places of worship are places where God's mercy meets the madness of our lives.