Devotionals

Your Labor Is Not In Vain

It's been a difficult couple of weeks. Between being sick (which it seems I never fully get well), being attacked spiritually (not just me but our entire ministry), dealing with family illnesses and struggles, persecution from others, and realizing that ministry is a lonely life I feel like I have been in a funk lately. However, I am grateful that in the midst of struggle, depression, sickness, and spiritual warfare God still speaks ...

For Women

Producing Fruit

The text of John 15 teaches us that the three degrees of fruit-bearing are fruit (v.2), more fruit (v.2), and much fruit (v.5). The fruit referred to is the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23). Some of us, the chosen ones, may produce and possess the fruit of love while we lack in the fruit of peace or the fruit of longsuffering. As we bear much fruit, the Father is glorified ...

For Men

Genuine Praise and Worship

Our spiritual indicator for today is we desire to spend more time in genuine praise and worship. I love the Scripture text found in Psalm 95:6-7. The Psalmist had come so full circle in proper genuine praise and worship that he was crying, “O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the Lord our maker.” He was not only in sync with the definition of praise and worship, but he ...

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Dr. Brenda Robinson

From the Heart of Dr. Brenda Robinson

"I Just Love Jesus"

As I was sitting in a diagnostics center a few days ago waiting to have an x-ray, I began to watch the busyness of the patients and the staff in the facility. Others around me were waiting for their x-ray, MRI, CT Scan, etc. The things that caught my attention and triggered the thought, "Life Goes On" were several people with different pains and disabilities.

There was an elderly lady in severe knee pain whose husband was with her in a wheelchair with only one leg. I noticed as a technician called a name that the patient had an oxygen tank, a walker, and a cast on one arm. As his name was called, he scurried with all his energy to follow the technician. I watched as they disappeared down the hall and caught a glimpse of what I assumed would be a young boy that appeared to be in ...

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