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Robert Rogers gives a candid interview about how he survived after his wife and 4 children were killed in a Kansas flood.

Posted by Godly Woman Daily on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

God of Grace and Redemption - Sunday's Dose - 29th March 2015

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Sunday's Dose - 29th March 2015

God of Grace and Redemption

Today's Scripture

“He who conceals his sins does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them finds mercy” - (Proverbs 28:13).

Thoughts for Today

In today's society, people desperately try to avoid accepting blame. There is always some excuse to explain away the actions of people who need to be held accountable. While our society loves to bestow grace, it struggles to see how grace and consequences for our actions can live together. Adopting this type of attitude can stunt our relationships with God.

God is a God of grace and redemption, so much so that He sacrificed His only Son for the forgiveness of our sins. Yet, Jesus' death was the consequence of our sin. The consequences of sin are not dismissed simply because grace is endowed upon us.

Confessing our sins to God and taking full responsibility for our actions tests our belief in this kingdom principle. Do we really think we need to confess our sins?

If we intend to experience wholeness, we must confess our sins to God and ask for His forgiveness. Whenever we turn to Christ—even in the midst of our brokenness—He is there for us, putting back together for us the shattered pieces.

A true champion knows when to lean on God—and that time is always. We cannot conquer the sin in our lives on our own. We need to put on the altar those attitudes and habits that produce sin in our lives and invite God to bring about the cleansing that purifies us. When we are diligent to confess our sins and accept responsibility for our actions, God is faithful to respond and lovingly restore us to wholeness.

Prayer: Our Loving Heavenly Father, help me to be more aware of my sin and more faithful to confess it to You. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully, In Jesus Loving Name I Pray, Amen."

Have a Blessed Sunday and God Bless you.
Courtesy : Daily Dose Devotionals Team

To Honor God is to Serve Him - Saturday's Dose - 28th March 2015

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Saturday's Dose - 28th March 2015

To Honor God is to Serve Him

Today's Scripture

“My salvation and my honor depend on God; he is my mighty rock, my refuge” - (Psalm 62:7).

Thoughts for Today

In the New Testament, Jesus made it clear that we have to make a choice: Either we will serve God or we will serve something else.

You can dedicate your life to living for the Lord, or you can spend your life living for yourself. However, to truly honor God in a way that places Him in high esteem over everything else, He must be at the center of your affections.

Many people do good works. Some non-believers even do more good works than Christians. Yet, a look at the heart reveals their true motivation—whether their deeds are truly done for themselves or for the people they are serving. Some Christians are doing good works out of guilt or obligation, as opposed to the purest reason—love for God.

To honor God is to serve Him out of our strong desire to see His name exalted, not our own. If we are doing something in order to earn recognition, is God at the center of our motivation? If no one would ever know what we did, would we still do it? Do we serve others because we love God so much that we want to be the hands and feet of Christ to our dying world? Or do we serve others because it will get us noticed and recognized as great humanitarians by our friends and communities? Is our service self-serving?

God knows our hearts, and He knows if our lives are honoring Him or honoring ourselves. As believers who desire to honor Him, we must endeavor to put Him at the center of all we do. All our decisions, all our thoughts, all our actions must be centered on God.

Prayer: Our Loving Heavenly Father, help me to place You at the center of my life in everything that I do. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully, In Jesus Loving Name I Pray, Amen."

Have a Blessed Saturday and God Bless you.
Courtesy : Daily Dose Devotionals Team

Door to Temptation - Friday's Dose - 27th March 2015

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Friday's Dose - 27th March 2015

Door to Temptation

Today's Scripture

“I am your shield, your very great reward” - (Genesis 15:1).

Thoughts for Today

There is a children's story that tells of a dog with a big juicy bone crossing over a small footbridge. He stops long enough to gaze down into the pool of water beneath the bridge and sees what he believes is another dog with an even bigger bone!

Instead of being happy with what he has been given, he drops his bone and lunges forward to take the other dog’s bone. But there was no other dog and no other bone.What he saw was his own reflection in the water below. His entanglement with greed and deception caused him to lose what was precious to him.

Many people live their lives in a state of comparison. They look at what others have and want more than what they have been given. Discontentment and jealousy fill their hearts and the result of their attitudes is disastrous.

Once we open a door to temptation, the enemy is quick to respond. Selfishness, envy, and jealousy have one end: sorrow and defeat. If you have allowed any one of these attitudes to set up shop in your life, ask God to tear down the stronghold and forgive you for your faithlessness. He has a marvelous plan for your life, and you do not have to envy the life of another.

Prayer: Our Loving Heavenly Father, cleanse me from all thoughts of envy and jealousy. Teach me to be satisfied with Your blessings in my life. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully, In Jesus Loving Name I Pray, Amen."

Have a Blessed Friday and God Bless you.
Courtesy : Daily Dose Devotionals Team

His Power In Your Life - Thursday's Dose - 26th March 2015

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Thursday's Dose - 26th March 2015

His Power In Your Life

Today's Scripture

“The Israelites went through the sea on dry ground, with a wall of water on their right and on their left” - (Exodus 14:22).

Thoughts for Today

At the Red Sea, Moses and the nation of Israel were faced with a demoralizing dead end. Pharaoh had released God's people, but he certainly was not happy about what he had done. He immediately gathered his soldiers and led the pursuit to recapture them.

The Israelites, in the meantime, felt amazingly free. They temporarily forgot the sorrows of Egyptian bondage. However, when Pharaoh's army suddenly started breathing down their necks, they realized they were unarmed and their only avenue of escape was blocked. Death seemed imminent.

Have you ever felt this way? You may have tried to do what was right and even sensed some release from your problems. However, the moment you drew in a deep breath, you felt the pursuit was on again, and there was no way to outrun the problem pursuing you. When your back is against a wall and there appears to be no way of escape, remember, God will make a way of escape for you.

At the first sight of the Egyptian soldiers, the people of Israel cried out and turned on Moses:

"What have you done to us by bringing us out of Egypt? ... It would have been better for us to serve the Egyptians than to die in the desert!" Then the Lord said to Moses, "Why are you crying out to me? Tell the Israelites to move on. Raise your staff and stretch out your hand over the sea to divide the water so that the Israelites can go through the sea on dry ground" (Exodus 14: 11-12, 15-16).

All the time Israel was crying and fretting, God had a plan. Trials and troubles are opportunities for God to display His power in your life. Trust Him to rescue you from the hand of your enemy.

Prayer: Our Loving Heavenly Father, thank you for displaying Your power in my life through my trials and troubles. May I glorify You as You make a way out. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully, In Jesus Loving Name I Pray, Amen.".

Have a Blessed Thursday and God Bless you.
Courtesy : Daily Dose Devotionals Team

In The Dark God Brings Light - Wednesday's Dose - 25th March 2015

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Wednesday's Dose - 25th March 2015

In The Dark God Brings Light

Today's Scripture

“I call on you, O God, for you will answer me; give ear to me and hear my prayer” - (Psalm 17:6).

Thoughts for Today

The true test of our character is not measured when we are on stage with the spotlight shining upon us; the true test is when no one is watching but God. Many people make the mistake of wearing their spiritual maturity on their sleeves. But God is not impressed with how many Bible verses we know or how many Sunday school lessons we teach. In fact, nothing we do can impress God.

What God desires from us more than anything is a relationship. He designed us for this. We function best when we have others around us supporting us and challenging us in our relationship with God. No relationship can thrive without communication.

In 1 Samuel chapter 22, we find David tucked away in a cave in the mountains, hiding from King Saul and his army. Day after day, he scampered through the mountains to avoid Saul's sword. And after days of running, David also discovered an important truth: Only God could save him. No matter how clever he was in escaping Saul's clutches, he began to understand that true salvation comes only from God.

As a result of David's understanding of this principle, he spent those dark nights in mountain caves praying to God. He understood that in order to be used by God in the light, true champions prayed in the dark.

It is in the dark that God brings to light His promises. It also is in the dark that He gives us the peace and assurance we need to endure difficulty and heartache. If we desire to be true champions, we must boldly pray to God, no matter how dire our situation appears. It is what He wants us to do.

Prayer: Lord, instill in me the truth that You desire a personal relationship with me and that You are always willing to help me no matter how discouraging my situation seems to me. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully, In Jesus Loving Name I Pray, Amen."

Have a Blessed Wednesday and God Bless you.
Courtesy : Daily Dose Devotionals Team

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