The Proud will not seek God

Daily Devotional - The Proud will not seek God

I like long road trips. There is something about the motion of the car and the sceneries passing that creates this ambience of reflection, gratitude and awe. I often think during this trips about how the nature is wonderfully made. How simple things around me makes me look back on my childhood and realizing how […]

Attention, You have a good News for the World

Daily Devotional - Attention, You have a good News for the World

In the old times, news was everything. People who lived in the distanced villages were waiting for some random traveler to come and to share the breaking news from the far land. Nowadays, with all the connectivity through the World Wide Web and popularization of Social media people get closer to each other, despite thousands […]

Behold the Beauty of the Lord

Daily Devotional - Behold the Beauty of the Lord

How is your week so far? Busy? Crazy busy? You probably have no time at all to stop and take a breath. You just woke up and, in the blink of an eye, the day is gone and it is time to sleep. And same tomorrow, and following day, and so on and on and […]

Greater is He that is in you

Daily Devotional - Greater is He that is in you

There are many false prophets and charlatans out there who claim to have special “gifts” and “powers” as long as they invoke supposedly unpronounceable name of the Lord Jesus Christ. They expel demons, they heal, they bring about prosperity, and worst of all they give false Hope and preach false Gospel to the world who […]

Meant for Evil – turned for Good

Daily Devotional - Meant for Evil - turned for Good

The entire story of Joseph starts in Genesis 37. To get the picture, let’s go through the first 28 verses… So, Israel (Jacob) loved his son Joseph “more than all his children“, and as a gift “he made for him a coat of many colours” (verse 3). That gift meant a leadership in the family. […]

Blessed is the man…

Daily Devotional - Blessed is the man...

It is remarkable that David opens the Book of Psalms with a benediction, even as did our Lord Jesus Christ, when He preached the famous Sermon on the Mount. In the same way as Jesus Christ, David begins the first Psalm with a promise of divine blessing. The Hebrew word translated “blessed” is a very […]

Lest We Forget

Daily Devotional - Lest We Forget

Today is November 11, Canadians pause in a moment of silence to remember the men and women who faithfully serve their country in the times of peace and war. The Remembrance Day has been observed in Canada and other non-Commonwealth countries since the end of the World War I, following a tradition inaugurated by King […]

The Life without Form and Void

Daily Devotional - The Life without Form and Void

There are so many to say about the first couple of verses in the book of Genesis. About God who is eternal, existing before the universe, who spoke into existence time, space and matter. About God who constituted physical environment and gave meaning to everything. About God, Elohim, the Creator of this tri-universe, the uni-plural […]

Brood of Vipers

Daily Devotional - Brood of Vipers

The Pharisees and Sadducees were the two major religious groups in the time of Jesus. The Pharisees were more religiously focused, while the Sadducees were more politically focused party. Both parties did not like each other, but they have united in the common hatred towards the Son of God, Jesus Christ. The Pharisees was a […]

The Spirit Delivers from the Power of the Flesh


In the previous chapter, – Romans 7:1-6, apostle Paul makes an important point, that the law, – the Mosaic law, has no longer dominion over believers. He says, that “we are become dead to the law by the body of Christ” (Romans 7:4, also Galatians 2:19). Note, please, that the law has not died, rather […]

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