Daily Devotions

The Name of Jesus

February 27, 2024

There is power in the name of Jesus- at the name of Jesus, every knee must bow and every tongue must confess (Philippians 2:10). The choir sings a song entitled,…

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In Love with Jesus

February 26, 2024

A few years ago, on our Church Without Walls prayer service, one of the callers indicated that falling in love with Jesus was the best choice she ever made. I…

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Are you Ready for Sanctification?

February 25, 2024

We don’t use the word “sanctification” too much in our churches today. But it is a word we cannot overlook for it has deep and profound meaning for the believer.…

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What Have You Prepared For?

February 24, 2024

We plan for the many events in our lives such as marriage, careers, and retirement to name a few. But very seldom do we hear of the plans we have…

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Giving All You Have

February 23, 2024

In October of last year, we marked our one hundred thirty-five-year history with an anniversary banquet. We are now embarking upon a new era. I continue to urge the church…

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Faith Has Healing Power

February 22, 2024

During the Church Without Walls service, I have been led by the Lord to begin the service in various ways —one way was to begin with a word for the…

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Rest for the Weary

February 21, 2024

There are times in our lives when we become weary and worn. Life’s problems can weigh us down, take away our strength, and leave us depleted. I find that even…

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Fool’s Language

February 20, 2024

Sometimes we need to listen to the words coming from our mouths. The words that flow from our mouths should be full of wisdom, but often the opposite is true.…

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Joy in Our Souls

February 19, 2024

During one of our Church Without Walls services, I asked the callers to say the word “Joy.”  In Nehemiah 8:10, we find that “the joy of the Lord is our…

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We All Have Sinned

February 18, 2024

I visited the Graterford Prison and I will never forget that experience. There were many young men incarcerated there. As I thought about that, I was moved to take a…

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