Tag Archives: Inspiration

It Is Not for Kings to Drink Wine

Our devotional for the week is from David Maxson, an evangelist at Northwood Church of Christ, Northport, AL. It is not for kings, O Lemuel, it is not for kings to drink wine … Proverbs 31:4 Why did King Lemuel’s mother give … Continue reading

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Finding Unity in a Time of Division

Because the world seems filled with division right now, those at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints blog asked three different people to share their perspectives on the unity we can feel with others when we center our … Continue reading

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Letters from the Earth

Fellow Higher Ground Books & Media author Nancy Flinchbaugh came up with an intriguing concept for a book. Since I was planning a road trip from Ohio to upstate New York, I decided to load the audio version of Letters … Continue reading

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Reaching Upwards

Our Words for the Week come from Dick Innes. Like the trees of the forest, may you find nourishment in rain as well as sunshine, Bend with the winds of misfortune without breaking; Give of yourself to others to provide … Continue reading

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A 21st Century Pentecost

Our reflection today is from Billy Wilson. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2 changed the church, and the church changed the world. The same has happened since the renewal of … Continue reading

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Special Thoughts

Our Words for the Week come from Steve Shepherd in the SermonCentral Weekly Newsletter Dr. James Dobson’s experience at the public school system was from 1960-63. In his the final year, he had to say goodbye to 25 to 30 … Continue reading

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Drawing From the Source

Our reflection for today is from Dr. Charles Stanley of In Touch Ministries For us as believers, contentment should be governed by inner attitude and the decisions we make rather than by external circumstances. Because Paul had learned this secret, … Continue reading

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Congratulations

It’s been a different school year for the graduating kids of 2020. Many will or have received diplomas through virtual settings. The anticipation of finals, the pomp and circumstance, the speeches, the comradery of the class, final hugs and goodbyes, … Continue reading

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Liturgy of the Ordinary

We were chatting on the Five Minute Friday Twitter feed a couple of weeks ago about seeing life amid the virus lockdown. I made the comment, “Look for the extraordinary in the ordinary … Every Day. Good days. Bad day. … Continue reading

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Meeting God Everywhere

Today’s reflection is by HyeRan Kim-Cragg from These Days, Daily Devotions for Living by Faith. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. … Continue reading

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