Devotionals by Lillian Daniel

Devotionals by Lillian Daniel

Well, Shut My Mouth

Lillian Daniel

I was tempted to skip this particular reading, or to follow it with nothing but a blank screen, the visual version of a woman being silent in church.


You Can Keep Your Cheap Gratitude

Lillian Daniel

Have you ever noticed that the authors of gratitude books have pretty awesome lives?


How's the Weather?

Lillian Daniel

It's the day after Christmas, and I have no idea what the weather is wherever you are reading this.


A Thanksgiving Gathering

Lillian Daniel

My father was not a good cook, but he believed himself to have certain "specialties."


In the Ups and Downs, God Levels Things Out

Lillian Daniel

People who are facing a serious illness tell me they have a new respect for how changeable life is.


Seven Deadly Apps

Lillian Daniel

It seems that for every ancient sin, there is a social media app. 


Behold the Author's Care

Lillian Daniel

At a writing workshop at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival, our teacher, Sands Hall, gave us exercises from her book, Tools of the Writers Craft.


Stop Trying to Find Yourself

Lillian Daniel

Individualism tells you that you are special and unique.


Did we come all this way to meet no one but ourselves?

Lillian Daniel

Tamar Elad-Appelbaum was raised in an orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem.


Lessons from a Lonely Lobster

Lillian Daniel

It stinks to be single in a couple's universe.