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A One-Word Prayer | Matthew 8:23–27 | Our Daily Bread Video Devotional

Sometimes long, eloquent prayers feel appropriate for our alone time with God. But other times, when the chaos of life comes rushing in, there...

Bloom Where You're Planted – Daily Devotion

Psalm 92:14 Have you ever seen flowers blooming in unexpected places? Just as God sustains flowers, He also calls us to flourish in the unexpected...

What Do You Have a Craving For? – Daily Devotion

1 Thessalonians 2:4 Have you ever felt rejected or isolated because of your faith? The apostle Paul reminds us that our faith in Christ should...

Learning to Be Content – Daily Devotion

Ecclesiastes 4:4–8 What’s the source of your satisfaction in life? For some it’s productivity, status, wealth—the list goes on. Yet Solomon exemplifies that true contentment...

Who Is the Greatest? – Daily Devotion

Luke 9:46–48 Many athletes and others in the public eye seek to be known as the GOAT—greatest of all time—for their expertise and exploits. However,...

Giving and Getting – Daily Devotion

Matthew 6:2 It’s nice to receive a thank you or pat on the back for something we do. But we shouldn’t do good things for...

What Comes First in Your Life? – Daily Devotion

1 John 5:21 So many things in life keep us busy—work, hobbies, family, church activities. But even the “good” stuff can become an idol if...

Grace-Filled Leadership – Daily Devotion

Titus 1:5–9. What qualifies you to lead? Whether you are raising a family, teaching a small group, or heading up a large company, you can...
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Laziness (Part 2 of 2)

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