March 1 Lent Devotional
March 1st, 2021
How might you begin to start hungering and thirsting for God as much as you hunger and thirst for other things? If you are keeping a fast this Lent has your hunger and thirst for God been as strong a...
February 26 Lent Devotional
February 26th, 2021
O the bliss of the man who is always angry at the right time and never angry at the wrong time, who has every instinct, and impulse, and passion under control because he himself is God controlled, who...
February 25 Lent Devotional
February 25th, 2021
The Bible is chalk full of meekness, because we serve a meek God. But, again, remember meekness does not mean weakness. The Greek word translated as meek is praus. This word is the same word used by t...
February 24 Lent Devotional
February 24th, 2021
Yesterday we saw how we often misunderstand this Beatitude. We often misinterpret meekness to mean weakness, easily imposed upon, submissive, dispassionate, bland, and passive. But these are certain...
February 23 Lent Devotional
February 23rd, 2021
The MeekFebruary 23, 2021By Pastor Lesly Broadbent5 Blessed are the meek,for they will inherit the earth.Jesus is seen in Scripture as the best example of meekness. The King of kings, the Lord of lor...
February 22 Lent Devotional
February 22nd, 2021
These words of Jesus’ are radical precisely because they are not commands, not exhortations, not encouragements to become blessed. They are instead, statements of the world turned upside down where t...
February 19 Lent Devotional
February 19th, 2021
Time and again Jesus turns the world upside down. He does with this beatitude. The joyful are those who recognize their happiness is not dependent upon their accomplishments, power, goodness, prestige...
February 18 Lent Devotional
February 18th, 2021
The Kingdom of God is both a present and future reality. Jesus declared time and again, “Behold, the Kingdom of God is at hand,” but also implied the Kingdom of God is in the future. The Kingdom of Go...
February 17 Lent Devotional
February 17th, 2021
We know what it’s like to be “Happy, happy, happy,” to quote the great Duck Dynasty theologian Phil Robertson. But Jesus’ statements on this supreme happiness go against what we think about happiness....