Category Archives: Isaiah

January 22 – Best Year Yet – Where is God?

Read Isaiah 30:18 At this point in his life, Austin Carlile was at the top of the world. He was the lead singer of world renowned band Of Mice and Men and was an icon for a sea of super … Continue reading

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January 5 – Righteousness Yields Peace

Read Isaiah 32:17-18;  James 3:13-18 Have you ever noticed that some people just cannot seem to stay out of trouble?  These folks always seem to be involved in conflict on some level.  Their life is a constant drama filled friction magnet. … Continue reading

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December 29: Prince of Peace

Read Isaiah 9:1-7 For many, verses 6 and 7 were very familiar. In fact, you may have read them or heard them in the days leading up to Christmas. They were prophetic statements about the birth of Jesus…and yet, they … Continue reading

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July 21: A Crisis Prayer God Didn’t Forget

Read: Isaiah 49:15; Luke 12:6-7 God used two things to make me passionate about a ministry in crisis response. The first was studying crisis throughout the pages of Scripture, which has provided most of the source material for these devotionals. The … Continue reading

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May 16: Available to God

Read Isaiah 6:1-13 Glorifying God by bearing fruit requires availability. For some, availability is absolutely no problem.  They are available…perhaps to a fault!  As a parent, grandparent, aunt, or uncle, they are there for all of the important events and … Continue reading

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May 4: The Sacrifice of Obedience

Read Isaiah 48 If only you had paid attention to my commands . . . (v18) All week we’ve been looking at God’s love language. Obedience. He said it to King Saul when he tried his own way of pleasing … Continue reading

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April 20: God’s More is Actually Better

Read Isaiah 55 Why spend money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and your soul will delight in the richest of fare. (v2) This … Continue reading

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