Jesus shows us that what we worship is important when dealing with temptation.
Category: Devotional reflections
Jesus is Our Strength When We Are Tempted
Everyone faces temptation in their lives, but how do we deal with it? We could use willpower, but that never works. Thankfully, Jesus shows us a better way.
Putting Jesus’ words into practice about forgiving is incredibly difficult because it means casting aside our old identity and ways of justifying ourselves to see ourselves and act in a new way.
Day 11 – Let Us Celebrate (Luke 15:23)
Jesus talked a lot about food and a lot about celebrating. This was a constant theme for him. Celebration and … More
Day 10 – When You Fast (Mt. 6:17)
To truly fast you ought to abstain from something important in your life, something you think you can’t go without, … More
Day 9 – Come with Me to a Quiet Place (Mark 6:31)
You probably don’t need statistics to tell you we are busy. It’s hard for us to spend significant amounts of … More
Day 8 – Worship the Lord Your God (Luke 4:8)
Everyone worships someone or something…. Many of us struggle with worshipping the wrong things or people. We worship things that … More
Day 7 – Pray Earnestly (Mt. 9:38)
Will Davis, author of “Pray Big,” says, “Somehow we’ve gotten the impression that true prayer requires big words, lengthy phrases, … More
Day 6 – Abide in My Word
What if I told you God could speak to you at any moment? Sometimes people say, “I just keep waiting … More
Day 5 – Going
When Jesus began his ministry, he moved with an incredible sense of urgency. In the Gospel of Mark, the words … More