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"God, we remember all workers today. Forgive us for the ways in which we take workers for granted. Give us the courage and wisdom to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for all." Read more of today's Daily devotional by Marilyn Pagán-Banks
"When the risen Jesus appeared to his disciples, he bore his wounds. Are we bearing the wounds of something worth fighting for? They are the sign that we fought the good fight." Read more of today's Daily devotional by Tony Robinson
"It has never been easy to be a follower of Jesus Christ. It was never meant to be. We don't have superpowers, just faith, and it is enough." Read more of today's Daily devotional by Richard L. Floyd
"On Hawai'i's coast, I have seen and heard the majesty of earth's own breath. Inhaling and exhaling, in destruction and in creation, what can it do but praise the LORD?" Read more of today's Daily devotional by Eric Anderson
"If Peter had believed immediately, he might never have gone out to see for himself. Instead, he let his unbelief pull him forward. Where will you let your unbelief carry you today?" Read more of today's Daily devotional by Jennifer Brownell
"In intimate encounters with the holy, I desperately want to cling so tightly to my protector, my maker. I'm terrified that if I don't, something bad will happen. But Jesus already knows that God's embrace on us never yields.” Read more of today's Daily devotional by Kaji Douša
"Fasting and prayer were Lent's spiritual disciplines. How about a Resurrection Recount for Eastertide? In the 50 days ahead, let's take time to recount the God's deeds in our lives." Read more of today's Daily devotional by Talitha Arnold.
Kenneth L. Samuel
No rejection is indicative of our divine destiny. The power of the resurrection is the power to step outside the molds of safe assimilation to be the authentic presence God created us to be.
We hold our breath and wait: "For the world now groaning, is there life? Is there life for you, Holy One?"
Quinn G. Caldwell
Some of us look away from Good Friday violence because we're too pampered to handle it. Some of us look away because we're tired of seeing it every day on the streets and in our homes.