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Wash and Wear

Daily Devotional By Lisa CrumThis week’s topic: Holiness[1][2] I don’t buy many dry clean only garments these days, since I’m no longer working in a corporate workplace where suits are the dress code. To be honest, on top of the fact that it gets expensive to maintain something you wear really often, I sweat a …

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The Pain of Extraction

Daily Devotional By Kerri-Ann Haye-DonawaThis week’s topic: Surrendering To Christ[1][2] Recently I noticed an inconspicuous, faintly visible black spot in the palm of my friend’s hand. Upon enquiry, I learned that the spot was actually the tip of a sharpened pencil that had somehow broken off in her hand that she hadn’t bothered to remove. …

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Stop Arguing With Me!

Daily Devotional By Jamie CarteThis week’s topic: Surrendering To Christ[1][2] The word “argue” means TO PROVE, or to maintain, BY REASONING; to DEBATE, to DISPUTE; to PERSUADE (INTO, OUT OF); to offer REASONS; a quarrel; a reason put forward in support of an assertion or OPINION; DISCUSSION, PROTEST, theme of discourse. So, who are the …

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Take Your Hands Off

Daily Devotional By Apostle Gina PrinceThis week’s topic: Surrendering To Christ[1][2] God has a plan for your life. In most cases many in The Body of Christ have a hard time believing this. It may be difficult to believe the God we serve has awesomeness waiting for them. After all we know, what we have …

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Letting Go

Daily Devotional By Maggie ShunkThis week’s topic: Surrendering To Christ[1][2] Sometimes it’s easy to surrender to Christ and other times it’s not. I love those easy days, but what about the ones where I don’t feel like surrendering? You know how it goes—where you’re like: “Yup, I know what’s the right thing to do, but …

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Are You Bankrupt?

Daily Devotional By Tanya S. Martin-JamesThis week’s topic: Surrendering To Christ[1][2] People all over the world are exhausted and stressed because they are working extremely long hours. Some never stop to spend quality time with their family and friends. Others health is failing because their work load is taking a physical toll on them as …

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Ask First

Daily Devotional By Mignonette Bailey This week’s topic: God’s Guidance[1][2] There’s a saying that it’s better to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission. I strongly disagree. Although taking initiative and being proactive have their place, the general order of things in the Kingdom of God begins with inquiring of the Lord- ASKING FIRST. …

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Doing Inventory

Daily Devotional By Dave BurchettThis week’s topic: The Fruit Of The Spirit[1][2] Travel can be wonderful. But business travel is generally more like death by paper cuts. Last week I landed and was still a bit famished even after the eight tiny pretzels snack I was graciously given in flight. So I began to peruse …

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Because I Said So

Daily Devotional By Lisa CrumThis week’s topic: God’s Guidance[1][2] “Because I said so.” Those four words were about the most abrupt –yet most profound– explanation I would receive as a child, when instructed by my parents or grandparents to do something. As a matter of fact, usually by the time I heard those words, it …

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Ripe For The Picking

Daily Devotional By Sharon FrameThis week’s topic: The Fruit Of The Spirit[1][2] I cleared U.S. customs at the Miami international airport recently. It was my first point of entry back into the country after a mission trip to Jamaica. The customs agents’ job is to make sure nothing harmful or potentially dangerous is brought into …

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