The sinless Savior placed Himself, willingly, in the hands of men who would punish Him as though He were a criminal. This John 19:1-3 devotional explains.
When we have the kind of love Jesus talks about in John 13:34-35, we resemble Him. As this audio devotional explains, it is a love the world notices.
The disciples found in II Thessalonians 1:3 were growing in faith in a major way. Their charity and love were super-abounding. More in this audio devotional.
If a man loses a sheep, no doubt he will leave ninety nine to search for it. A parable making this point from Luke 15:4-5 is the basis of this audio devotional.
Jesus' ministry would be to the poor, the brokenhearted, the captive, the blind, and the bruised. This audio devotional from Luke 4:18 explains.
Philippians 2:3-4 is a passage that urges us to consistently and sacrificially put others first. This audio devotional explores how that can unify us.
The royal law is found in James 2:8-9 and the focus of this audio devotional. We concentrate on our "respect of persons" in the world and the church.
This is an audio devotional focused on Psalm 116:1-2 called "Inclined his ear." It is about God's attentiveness.
This "thou art my God" audio devotional is focused on Psalm 63:1. It is about our longing for God in a world that is barren, dry, and thirsty.
Remember, we were as others and by nature children of wrath. This reminder comes by way of audio devotional from Ephesians 2:3.
The audio devotional "Since we heard" is taken from Colossians 1:3-4. It makes note of the faith and love that was on display in Colossae.
Love covereth all sins can be a confusing phrase; we find it in Proverbs 10:12. This audio devotional seeks to help us understand it.