Day 31: The Holy Spirit

It has been said that the GPS is like the Bible and the voice that navigates us while we are driving is like the Holy Spirit. However, unlike the GPS on our phones and in our cars, this GPS always knows exactly where we need to go. Whether there is road work, detours, or traffic, our own personal navigator will never leave us stranded anywhere or confused.

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Lisa Spataro
Day 30: Renewing the Mind

I heard these words a million times while growing up. These words came from people I loved dearly. “YOU CANNOT DO IT!” because you are too small, too skinny, too poor, people disqualified me due to my appearance. Those words were impregnated in my mind and heart and that was all that I believed and they changed me forever. 

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Alexander Carranza
Day 29: Agreeing with God

God has good things to say about you. Health, wisdom, peace, security, protection, children who are a blessing: the Bible has amazing promises concerning your life.

If you don’t see these things in your life, or desire them to a greater capacity, it’s good to do a gut check.

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Erin Friedrich
Day 28: Faith

Truly my soul finds rest in God, my salvation comes from Him. He is my rock, my salvation and He is my fortress. My faith will not be shaken for I know my Father in heaven watches over me daily. 

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Steven Njonjo
Day 27: Casting Your Cares

How often have we experienced worry, concern over a situation, or gone through the “what if’s” of life? Too often to count. 1 Peter 5:7, is an important reminder of how God wants us to treat our worries, concerns and anxieties. He wants us to give them ALL to Him! Yes, ALL of them!

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Sasha Johnson
Day 26: The Future

The future...I don’t know about you but when I think about that subject I can start to feel some anxiety. From thinking about what might happen to what might NOT and everything in between. But when I think back to being a kid, I don’t remember worrying about the future the same way that I do now as an adult. 

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Elisabeth Tatro
Day 25: Praise

Praise delivers powerful results! If you’ve been petitioning God regarding a need in your life but have not postured yourself into a position of praising God for the answer, it just might be time for you to throw a praise party!

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Tom Kiessling
Day 24: Influence

Did you know that your life has a purpose? Your life was never meant to be dim or dark. In fact, your life is actually supposed to be radiant. The word radiant means to glow. There is a story in the Old Testament of when Moses came down from Mt. Sinai with the 10 commandments that his face was actually glowing.

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Josh Roberts
Day 23: Legacy

Legacy is living a life that outlives you. It refers to something handed down from the past by a ancestor or predecessor. Every person reading this is a product of someone else investing in your life. We all are standing on the shoulders of someone else.

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Jonathan Del Turco
Day 22: Freedom

Jesus gave His life so we’d have eternal life, so we could have a close, personal relationship with God and so we could live free on this earth, free of worry, anxiety, depression, apathy, discouragement, bitterness, pride and the list goes on.

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Stephanie Roberts
Day 21: Protection

Psalm 91 gets louder in my heart as the world becomes more chaotic. Fear is very high because we hear of wars, gun violence, drugs, depression, etc. We watch negative news at the click of a button. I sing this song to the Lord when all things around me are awry:

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Jaclyn DaSilva
Day 20: Business

At the core of any business is the need to profit. A business who does not profit is not sustainable. According to the above scripture, God not only wants you to profit, He wants to show you HOW to profit. He is approachable, actually inviting you to ASK Him to teach you and to show you.

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Jayce Tohline
Day 19: Prayer for Missionaries

Today, our prayers remain the greatest way we can support those we are sending out, invoking the very power of God to intervene in ways that are beyond our human limitations to save the lost.”

Let us invoke the very power of God for our missionaries as we pray for them in the Spirit and with our understanding for...

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Wendy Tatro
Day 18: Relationships

Honor all people; three short words. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? It’s easy to honor people we’ve decided are honorable, but that may not include all the people in our life. God’s Word commands (not suggests) us to honor all people, it’s the foundation for building and maintaining our relationships. 

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Suzanne Young
Day 17: Peace

There is much going on in our world and communities that could steal our joy and peace, and sometimes we do let it. But we can easily get that peace back. Paul wrote to the church at Philippi to give encouragement and instruction on maintaining their peace.

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David Harris
Day 16: Joy

“Have you had your happy juice?” When I heard those words it meant that I was letting the stress show on my face. I was on the management team at Starbucks and when things got intense the staff knew that a little espresso would help me shift into hyper-speed and smile brilliantly: happy juice!!!

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Laura Laing
Day 15: Love

My son recently got a “Thomas the Train” train track set as a gift. I opened up the box, took out the pieces, laid them out, and followed the instructions. This was all done in secret as he took his nap. When he woke up and saw the train tracks, his face was filled with joy as he walked around amazed.

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Jason Ferreira
Day 14: Fear Not

We’ve all been there at some point in our lives. One of our co-workers just lost their job… and our first thought is “What If” I lose mine? It’s flu season and we think to ourselves… “What If” I get it? We didn’t lose our job… we didn’t get the flu… but yet we substitute the “What If” from the “What Is”. 

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David Spataro
Day 13: Finances

In His Word, God makes it clear that He has a plan for our lives and has called us to a higher purpose. We are called to be diligent with our time and the resources that we have been given, and this means that we are to be good money managers.

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Chris Friedrich
Day 12: Healing

Faith always begins where the will of God is known. In order for us to receive our healing, we need to believe, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that God wants us well. No one can receive something they don’t believe belongs to them. They will always hesitate in the receiving if they don’t believe it is theirs.

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Wendy Veillette