Even when we are in difficult situations and feeling “upside down and inside out”, God is there to give us strength we don’t know we have.
What reminders can we implement to remind us to trust in God everywhere and at all times?
God’s promise to the 100-year-old Abraham, to make him exceedingly fruitful, came as a surprise—even more so since his 90-year-old wife was to be his partner in fruitfulness.
God is worthy of our trust because “all the paths of the LORD are steadfast love and faithfulness.” Steadfast love and faithfulness are the hallmarks of the character of God, and God cultivates those virtues in us as we seek God’s paths.
The Bible’s flood story invites us to consider both sides of natural disasters, or, as they are sometimes called, “acts of God.”
Welcome to Goshen College’s online devotionals for the 2015 Lent season! Our theme this year is “Upside Down and Inside Out.”
It’s again the time of the year that Goshen College offers an online resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to reflect during the season of Lent.
Thank you for journeying with us through reflections and stories during this season of Lent. We will be back online with Advent reflections beginning in late November 2014. Until then, live in hope. The power of Love WILL prevail.
By Richard Aguirre, co-director of the Peru Study-Service Term and director of communications and marketing (on leave for 2013-2014) DEVOTIONAL: Today’s powerful scripture epitomizes our Lenten Devotion theme of “Encountering God: What Have We Witnessed?” and the Easter Sunday sub-theme of “Go and Tell.” In just 208 words, and without embellishment, the Gospel writer conveys … Keep reading »
On this day of Good Friday, I invite you to reflect on Christ’s humanity, on the “earthly things” as well as the “things above.”