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.
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.
In this devotional from Exodus 23, we learn why God commands us to rest and why we don't always obey that command.
When we face danger or pain, our first response is to be afraid and run away from it. In this devotional on Exodus 14, we learn what God would have us do when we face various trials as we serve Him.
In this excerpt of my narrative, Daniel Ezekiel sets up the Circle of Trust and explains what the group is going to be doing in the Circle. Please leave comments about what you think so far.
Whenever we face difficulties, it is easy to fall victim to anxiety and fear. In Exodus 6, the Lord speaks to an anxious Moses and reveals that he has no reason to fear; and neither should we when crisis comes our way.
Proclaiming the Gospel may seem like an impossible task. In our study of Exodus 3, Moses was also given an impossible mission. Let's see what the Lord did to instill confidence in him and may it instill faith in us.
The future is unknown to us. Yet as Christians, we are called to not fear the unknown.
16 Just then a man came up to Jesus and asked, “Teacher, what good thing must I do to get eternal life?” 17 “Why do you ask me about what is good?” Jesus replied. “There is only One who is good. If you want to enter life, keep the commandments.” 18 “Which ones?” he inquired. Jesus replied, “‘You shall not murder, … Continue reading Security in Christ