• On That Day Devotional

    Luke 10:1–12

    The first of Martin Luther’s 95 theses reads: “When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said, ‘Repent,’ He called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” Christ’s application of the destruction of Sodom reminds us to check ourselves daily and turn from sin. It also tells us of the fate of those who reject the Gospel. As you share your faith, do not forget to warn others that their decision has eternal consequences. View Resource

  • The Greatest Joy Devotional

    Luke 10:1–20

    Desiring outward success and growth is not necessarily a bad thing, but it has caused many churches to water down the gospel in the drive to increase attendance. We too can water down the gospel in our everyday lives so that we do not offend anyone and harm our chances of promotions, awards, and other successes. Let us therefore take joy in the fundamental truth of salvation by grace alone so that we stand firm for Christ at all times. View Resource

  • The Greatest Joy Devotional

    Luke 10:1–20

    Those of us who have been Christians for a long time often forget the joy that comes when we first confess Christ and realize that our names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. If you are finding it hard to rejoice in the Lord, take time today to consider the greatness of your salvation in Jesus and remember the profound benefits of being forgiven and freed from the power of sin. If you do not know these benefits, repent and submit to Christ for salvation this day. View Resource

  • The Greatest Joy Devotional

    Luke 10:1–20

    Successful ministries come and go. Moments of delight pass as quickly as they arrive. But the joy that comes from knowing that Christ has delivered you from your sins and has written your name in the Book of Life is the only joy that can survive the ups and downs of life. Do you have this joy, or is your happiness based on the moment? View Resource

  • Victory over Satan Devotional

    Luke 10:17–20

    Are you afraid of the Devil? He is a mighty foe, but we have been given the mighty sword of the Word of God that has “divine power to destroy strongholds” (2 Cor. 10:4). We wage war against Satan by praying for our enemies and recalling the promises and warnings of Scripture that keep us from evil. Let us always remember the authority we have in Christ by His Spirit and be comforted that Satan’s worst is no match for our Father’s love. View Resource

  • Jesus and Authority Devotional

    Luke 10:25–37

    In John 13:20, Jesus tells His apostles that whoever receives them receives Him. We cannot separate our reception of Jesus as Lord with our reception of His apostles and the Bible that He has given us through them. If we do not accept the words of the apostles (and his old covenant emissaries ­— the prophets), we have not accepted the Lordship of Christ. Ask the Lord always to remind you that believing in Him means believing His Word. View Resource

  • The Parable of the Good Samaritan Devotional

    Luke 10:25–37

    Dr. R.C. Sproul points out that the Bible never talks about a universal brotherhood of man. Only those who trust in Jesus alone for salvation are God’s beloved children, so a non-Christian cannot, theologically speaking, be our brother. But the Bible does talk about the universal neighborhood of man. All men and women are our neighbors regardless of whether they are Christians. And we are to love them all. View Resource