Guidelines For Living Devotional

Guidelines For Living Devotional

A 5-minute daily devotional to help you fully live the life God has designed for you.

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July 19, 2024 4 mins

Guilt and how to handle it is the number one problem confronting psychiatrists today, but guilt is not essentially a psychiatric problem‑‑it is a theological problem. 

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Albert Speers was a man whose name will long live in infamy. 

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July 17, 2024 4 mins

What's the first thing that you do when you get a letter (besides looking in the envelope to see if the letter contains a check)? 

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July 16, 2024 4 mins

If you click on a search engine, and type in the word righteous, you find a host of sites for singing groups such as Righteous Babe, a female vocal artist nominated for two Grammy Awards.

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Do you feel like you are riding off in all directions: trying to be a wife, a mother, a chauffer; hold down a job; do the shopping, housecleaning; and between diapers and dishes find time for yourself as well? 

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July 12, 2024 4 mins

The Bible never attempts to prove God’s existence. It begins assuming that He is there, that He has revealed Himself to humankind, and that you can know Him.

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July 11, 2024 4 mins

“An infinite God can give all of Himself to each of His children,” wrote A. W. Tozer, continuing, “He does not distribute Himself that each may have a part, but to each one He gives all of Himself as fully as if there were no others.” 

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July 10, 2024 4 mins

It isn’t difficult to see the fingerprints of the Divine on the hearts of humankind. No matter where you look—history, anthropology, sociology, or religion—you see religious expression. 

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July 9, 2024 4 mins

Armin Gesswein, one of the fathers of the modern prayer movement, was born in the U.S. of German parents, but his marriage to a lovely Norwegian girl and his involvement in the revival that swept Norway’s cold churches in the late 1930’s gave him an international flavor.

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July 8, 2024 4 mins

For some, fishing is a sport. For others it is a livelihood, and for yet others a waste of time. 

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July 5, 2024 4 mins

You may have heard of the sad plight of the man who, greatly discouraged, crawled out on the ledge of a very high building and contemplated suicide. 

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July 4, 2024 4 mins

You will not read about the Lappidoth Principle in a physics book, though it does sound like you should find it listed in the index of one. 

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July 3, 2024 4 mins

The human body is one of the most intricate pieces of machinery that science has ever seen, one that most of us take for granted most of the time–that is, until our heart begins to malfunction or something goes wrong. 

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July 2, 2024 4 mins

How rich are you? In 30 seconds you can take inventory, seeing how you rate in comparison to the rest of the world.

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July 1, 2024 4 mins

When you face a critical decision, would you be more confident if you could sit down and actually talk over the situation with Jesus Christ?

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June 28, 2024 4 mins

The founder of a large newspaper used to put the following statement on his editorial page: "There is no hope for the satisfied man." 

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June 27, 2024 4 mins

Anyone who viewed the 400-meter semi-finals in the Olympics of 1992 will never forget it. 

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June 26, 2024 4 mins

Theologians call it sanctification.  George MacDonald, the man who greatly influenced C. S. Lewis, would have called it remodeling. 

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June 25, 2024 4 mins

When missionary Ray Rising was riding his motorcycle back to Loma Linda, the headquarters of the group he was working with in Colombia, on the night of March 31, 1994, little did he realize how his life was about to change.

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Charles Schwab, the one-time president of Bethlehem Steel, once said, "I have never seen a man who could do real work except under the stimulus of encouragement and the approval of the people for whom he is working." 

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