Resources tagged with “morning devotions”
God’s grace in Christ not only heals the rift between guilty individuals and our holy Creator. It also breaks down the walls (race, gender, culture, language, etc.) that divide us from one another.Continue
In the heart of his letter to the Galatians, Paul presents God’s glorious, gracious remedy to our alienation, guilt, and spiritual dehydration.Continue
It has been said that fear and pride are the opposite sides of the same coin.Continue
Reasons to put our faith in Jesus as Rescuer and descriptions of unbelief.Continue
The world offers us a mirror to see ourselves in an ever-changing reflection of what it tells us. In the prologue of Job, God gives us a window to see a never-changing image of how God sees us.Continue
Because Christ, the Son of Man, paralyzed sin and death for us, we must continue to trust him and bring others to his feet.Continue
As we celebrate the birth of the Protestant Reformation, 500 years ago this fall, that we will meditate on Galatians, which Luther called “my Katie von Bora,” in six Morning Devotions over the semester.Continue
As Habakkuk and the people of Israel face the coming Babylonians, God comforts them by revealing His awesome power and intention to right all wrongs. God’s display of terrifying beauty gives hope and perseverance to His saints.
Westminster Seminary California President Dr. W. Robert Godfrey continues an 8-part devotional series titled, "Seeking God with the Psalmist."Continue
Jesus teaches us important truths about how we must enter the kingdom of God, truths that his disciples had failed to grasp.Continue
In Job 38 Yahweh accepts Job's challenge to justify himself on condition that Job can prove that he has standing to bring suit against Almighty God.
The risen and enthroned Lord Jesus is the king over all of his creation; He is the sovereign who rules and reigns over all.Continue
The Reformed know that the Psalms teach the Faith and we delight in them.Continue
Not only does the Lord love to lavish his grace to multitudes of people, to see them multiply to become a countless choir to sing his praise (as we saw in the first meditation on Acts 6:1-7); but he also delights in diversity—different kinds of people, speaking different languages and practicing different customs.Continue
The Jerusalem church’s appointment of seven servants to care for widows is a pivotal event in the spread of Christ’s gospel after the Holy Spirit’s descent at Pentecost.Continue