Guard Your Focus | Our Daily Bread

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God makes me a winner no matter what

Source: Time of Grace – Blog – Post

A good reminder.

Devotion – May 20, 2015 | Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod

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God has unlimited patience. We do not have unlimited second chances.

Source: Devotion – May 20, 2015 | Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod

Dear brother or sister in Christ,

If your “faith light” has dimmed and you haven’t spent time in God’s Word or your shadow hasn’t entered God’s house in some time, it’s not too late.  Seize the opportunity while your blood is flowing and your heart is pumping.

Open a Bible.  If you don’t have a physical Bible, there are many online resources: Bible Gateway, Youversion Bible, etc.

If you don’t have a church home, ask a Christian friend or family member, use the WELS Locator, or search on your favorite search engine for “churches near me”.

If you want some “inspiring music”, check out WELS Radio Streams or K-LOVE.

Please don’t put it off until tomorrow because tomorrow may be too late.  I’d love to see you in Heaven some day.

We Know That in All Things – FaithGateway

We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose. — Romans 8:28

Source: We Know That in All Things – FaithGateway

A very good reminder that the trials, troubles and joys in our lives are entirely for our good.  They help to build us up, strengthen our faith and trust in Him.

This devotion uses the story of Joseph in Genesis, but think also of the First Apostles and the persecution that the Christian Church went through as it was struggling to spread.  How is it that God could use such a vehement persecutor of the early Christians in Saul to write a majority of the New Testament.