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Quinn G. Caldwell
I know this: there are things that only God can achieve. That doesn't stop me from trying to achieve them on my own anyway.
We get our devotional assignments long before publication, so I'm writing this three weeks before the election.
Kenneth L. Samuel
Given the bitter wrangling of this past election cycle, love for one another is still our most pressing need.
The relationship I have with Jesus is the longest one I've ever been in. He knit me together. He's been with me every second since.
At our highest and deepest humanity, we are caretakers of creation. We were given magnificence. We forgot to rotate the tires.
When challenged to reorder our lives, it's easy to respond as the people did to Haggai. "It's not the right time. There's too much on my plate. I'll get to that later."
Richard L. Floyd
I think back to the many people who helped me to have faith. Often it was not what they told me so much as who they were, a certain authenticity about them and the way they acted.
"The prophet's job is to proclaim 'Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream. Our job is to figure out the plumbing.'"
Psalm 142 is a Psalm of David offered from the time "when he was in the cave." Are you in the cave, too? Is someone else who you know there, too?
Emily C. Heath
Protestant Christians don't just think of saints as people who are extraordinarily holy. Sainthood, for us, has little to do with being extraordinarily good.