Harvest What You Plant

I do not have a green thumb. A few months ago, I thought I would get an indoor planter to attempt to grow dandelions over the winter for my daughter’s Russian Tortoise. I got a special seed packet. I got really good soil. I decided to use all of the seeds to give myself a … Continue reading Harvest What You Plant

The Lord’s Commendation

Paul said, “Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord” (2 Corinthians 10:17). It’s too easy to fall into the bad habit of bragging. We want the approval of others, right? We want people to like us. Even when we say we aren’t in this world to make friends or when we say we … Continue reading The Lord’s Commendation

Intention and Desire

It is so easy to get into the habit of comparison with others. We go on Pinterest and suddenly we want to redecorate our homes because we have seen designs that are much better. We scroll through Instagram and suddenly we feel like we never go anywhere, our kids are the worst behaved children ever, … Continue reading Intention and Desire

Designed This Way

In today’s passage, Paul is discussing how man is not independent from woman and a woman is not independent from a man. This piggybacks well from yesterday’s focus on being interconnected. As the passage continues, Paul says that “God, as the source of all things, designed it this way.” The NLT says, “Everything comes from … Continue reading Designed This Way

Small Compromises

Today’s devotion is difficult to write because it speaks very loudly to the current temperature in our world at this present time. Paul wrote to the church in Corinth about the immorality happening. Not only was sexual immorality among the people of Corinth, but the people were proud of it. It was flaunted. It was … Continue reading Small Compromises

Wearing a Mask

Yesterday’s devotion was all about love for one another. Romans 12:9 says, “Let the inner movement of your heart always be to love one another, and never play the role of an actor wearing a mask. Despise evil and embrace everything that is good and virtuous” (TPT). Today, we will continue to look at the … Continue reading Wearing a Mask