• Moses Devotional

    Numbers 12:3

    In biblical categories, strength and service go hand in hand. Christian leaders do not seek out others to be their servants; rather, they serve the people who are under them, seeking to help them grow in their gifts and to assist them in doing good work for the kingdom (Mark 10:35–45). This principle applies whether you are an elder in the church, own your own business, serve as a manager, or are leading your own children in the things of God. View Resource

  • God Enters the Tabernacle Devotional

    Exodus 40:34–38

    In Christ we have access to the holy place in heaven where we can commune with our Father. This can be a difficult reality to remember since we do not yet see Him face-to-face. But just as the tabernacle reminded Israel of God’s presence, so too can modern church architecture remind us that we have free access to the Lord. The cross, in particular, should cause us to recall the privilege of the intimacy we have with God through Christ Jesus. View Resource

  • The Son Versus the Servant Devotional

    Hebrews 3:1–6

    Like Moses, we too are servants of God, and we want the Lord to pronounce us as good and faithful servants on the last day. While our service can by no means earn us a place in the kingdom and while it will always be imperfect, God will look at the pattern of His children’s lives and reward them for their deeds. Are you faithful to serve the Master of the house — the Lord Jesus Christ? Trust in God to give you what you need to be faithful to Him. View Resource

  • None Like Moses Devotional

    Deuteronomy 34

    The grace of God is large enough to cover all of our failures and sins. This great truth ought not be abused by us (growing callous toward sin); rather, it is to comfort us when we have sinned, for it reminds us that past failures and disobedience do not render us unable to serve Christ now, if we have repented. Consider how God’s grace has overcome your sin and how it should move you to serve Him today. View Resource

  • God’s Treasured Possession Devotional

    Exodus 19:1–15

    Jesus shows us in the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5–7) that true faithfulness to God’s commandments involves both outward action and inward attitude. Based on those requirements, none of us can claim to have obeyed the Lord flawlessly. Nevertheless, by His Holy Spirit God has changed us so that every true Christian wants to please the Lord and do His will. How can you live out the Ten Commandments in the situations you face this day? View Resource

  • The Death of Moses Devotional

    Deuteronomy 32

    Perhaps the best way to impress doctrine upon our hearts and minds is through the singing of songs. Therefore, we should think carefully about the lyrics of the hymns that we sing in our churches. Today, pick out a favorite hymn from your favorite hymnal. Consider the meaning of the lyrics and try to find the biblical passages upon which they are based. When you have the opportunity to sing unto the Lord, pay close attention to the meaning of words being sung. View Resource

  • The Passover Devotional

    Hebrews 11:27–28

    The wrath of men is only temporary, but the wrath of God is eternal. Therefore, we should not be afraid to face the wrath of men. At times, however, we are more afraid of men than we are of God. If there are wicked men in your life whom you fear, ask the Lord to strengthen you to stand for Him despite the harassment you may receive. View Resource

  • The Reproach of Christ Devotional

    Hebrews 11:26

    Have you embraced the reproach of Christ? Do you consider the shame that might come from following Him in the eyes of the world to be greater than all the world has to offer? Take some time to look at your life, and see if there are ways in which you can more visibly bear the reproach of Christ. In prayer, ask God to help you do so. View Resource

  • Fleeting Pleasures of Sin Devotional

    Hebrews 11:24–25

    Sometimes we choose to remain in a certain place because we think we can have a great impact for God even when we know God is calling us elsewhere. Sometimes we avoid heeding God’s call because we know it may lead to hardship. When God calls you to go into hard places, you must go, even if it may entail suffering. View Resource

  • Moses Was Hidden Devotional

    Hebrews 11:23

    Do you fear the king’s edict? Are you more concerned for your own safety than with the kingdom of God? True persevering faith fears God and not the decrees of wicked rulers. Pray for believers around the world who are suffering for their fear of God and ask the Lord to help you fear Him and not the edicts of wicked men. View Resource