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Devotion for the Commemoration of Cyril of Alexandria

Today we commemorate Cyril of Alexandria, a pastor and confessor of Christ in the Early Christian Church.

Devotion for the Commemoration of the Prophet Jeremiah

Today is the day we commemorate Jeremiah, appointed by God to be a prophet to Judah.

Devotion for the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession

Our devotion for the day of Commemoration of the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession is three of the first four articles of the confession.

The Nativity of John Devotion on Isaiah 40:1–5

The Old Testament Reading for the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist tells of a voice in the wilderness speaking comfort to God’s people.

Pentecost 2 Devotion on Luke 8:26–39

The Gospel reading for the Second Sunday after Pentecost accounts Jesus healing a man possessed by a legion of demons.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Ecclesiastes

Imagine having the world at your fingertips. God gave it all to young King Solomon when He gave him a wise and discerning heart. Like the prodigal son in Jesus’ parable, Solomon squandered God’s generous gift in wild living. Here in his Book of Ecclesiastes, he reports on his discoveries about a life of self-indulgence lived apart from God. 

Devotion about Proverbs 8 for Trinity Sunday

Today, the Church celebrates the Trinity—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Healing Naaman’s Leprosy: Devotion Commemorating Elisha

God used Elisha to do many miracles in His name, and one of those miracles was healing Naaman.

A Message for Teens Struggling with Bullying or Depression

This post is an excerpt from my newest Bible study, Shine: Sparkling with God’s Love.

In my life, I’ve struggled with real hope-crushing sadness. Not just the kind of sadness that comes from something hard that’s happened, but the kind that shifts my whole outlook on life.

Devotion Remembering the Council of Nicaea, AD 325

The Council of Nicaea was a meeting of Christian bishops during which heresies were condemned and a common confession of faith (the Nicene Creed) was developed.