This poem is inspired by Galatians 6:7-8 7 Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. 8 Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.
Have you ever wondered if you have a purpose in this world? In this devotional from Exodus 31, we will find that before time began, God had a purpose for your life.
What does it mean to be holy and how does one become holy. In this devotional from Exodus 30, we touch on the subject of Holiness and why it is so important in the eyes of God.
This poem to God was inspired from a reading of 2 Timothy 3:16-17.
How do the animal sacrifices found in the Old Testament, apply to our walk with Christ. In this devotional from Exodus 29, we did deeper in the reasons of the sacrificial system and how its principles apply to us today.
Have you ever wondered what your role is in the Kingdom of God? In this devotional from Exodus 28, we discuss the role that the Levitcal priesthood played and how it reminds us that we too have a role to play in the Lord's work.
If we want to be productive in our walk with God, we must follow His directions. In this devotional from Exodus 27, we discuss why it is important to follow God's design and why people don't follow His way.
Everything that happens to us is for a certain reason. In this devotional from Exodus 26, we will discuss how even though we may not understand why things happen they they did, we can still hold on to faith God has His reasons for it.
Why did God have Moses write down the blueprints for building His tabernacle in His Holy Scriptures? In this devotional from Exodus 25, we will learn the importance of following the design of the Lord; even if that means writing it down.
It is one thing to say you will do something, but to actually do it is quite another matter. In this devotional from Exodus 24, we discuss the importance of integrity and how to achieve it in a world that sees keeping promises as something that is evil.