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.
Into a cold and dark world may we all find the courage, the conviction, the resourcefulness to venture forth into the night and add our voices to the peace-filled chorus of love that calls to us anew each Christmas.
By Andrew Pauls, a sophomore music major from Kinzers, Pennsylvania DEVOTIONAL: Think back to those days when you were young. Those days when your biggest responsibility was choosing what bedtime story Mom should read, and the thing you dreaded most was the steamed broccoli that Dad insisted you eat to “make you big and strong.” Or … Keep reading »
God’s beauty is revealed: Christ the Savior is born! We all join in jubilant praise, and together, go racing through the house!
The Christmas tree, like these words of Isaiah, is an unrestrained expression of joy in anticipation of God’s vindication.