Daily Devotions

A Rare Guest

Why these devotions?


As one pastor put it, "...the Gospel is a rare guest in men’s consciences, while the Law is their daily and familiar companion...". In other words, we are, on a daily basis, overwhelmed by what we must or should do. From sunrise to sunset, our days are filled with obligations and duties, punishments and (sometimes) rewards. 


The gospel, however, is something altogether unique. Neither a carrot nor a stick, the gospel is God's unilateral good news. These devotions are simply about promises and the life that flows from them. 


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  • Keep your head down. Stay in your lane. Mind your own business. Considering the tension and the anger, the outrage and the division, this seems like good advice.  
     


  • If you grew up in a cold-weather climate, you understand the feeling that comes in the first days of spring. For months, you’ve grown accustomed to the dark, the stinging winds, the cold.