Devotionals

Where the Heart Is:

Our heart is a vital part of human anatomy. Your heart is the center of the circulatory system. Your heart beats about 100,000 times everyday sending about 2,000 gallons of blood through your body. It's safe to say that your heart is one of if not the most important organs in your body. If something goes wrong with your heart there are serious, and often times fatal consequences.   Your brain is another ...

For Women

How Do You Respond to Your Insecurities?-Part One

For many years I wandered around in the world searching for that something in my life that was missing.  In my attempts to fill the void, I tried everything from relationships to individuality, from being a public person to a private one, from dependence to independence.  I tried the church scene, only to wander back out into the world after a few months.  It seemed I could not be satisfied with anything for long.  I ...

For Men

Opportunity for Growth

I hope that we are beginning to understand more about what God expects from us as His children as we move farther into the spiritual indicators. Today’s indicator is when we view everything that comes our way as coming from God, we will begin seeing trials and temptations as opportunities for growth. Our Scripture text teaches us “that we must grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord.” God allowed a lot ...

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Dr. Brenda Robinson

From the Heart of Dr. Brenda Robinson

"I Just Love Jesus"

The passage of Scripture in Psalm 34:9 teaches us that the fear of the Lord means to reverence God as authoritative and ruler of our lives. We must all get back to living with a literal fear of God in our hearts. We as Christians have grown so complacent with who we are and what we have and want that even our sins do not affect us inwardly.

The first “fear” in this verse means to be afraid, to stand in awe. The second “fear” in the passage means to exceedingly reverence, both morally and spiritually. How long has it been since you have experienced the fear of God because of wrong behavior? How long has it been since you have reverenced Him with a heart of praise and thanksgiving for His grace and mercy upon your life?

It is so easy for us to get distracted with daily ...

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