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A Word of Hope Daily Devotionals


A Word of Hope daily devotional for those who are lost and broken seeking hope in a hopeless world. Topics designed for the hurting or broken heart.
Depression – Guilt – Shame – Unforgiveness – Lack of Faith – Hope in Jesus Christ – Abortion – Rape – Abuse – Opression – life dominating sin: issues of life. Are You Hurting? Find Help! Grab a free copy of Ken’s new book, MY DIVINE ENCOUNTERS


Do you have inward beauty?


Did you know, your inward beauty and self-esteem come only from knowing that you are cherished, treasured and loved by God.

He loves us so much that He sent His Son to die for you.

He has adopted you into His family to be co-heirs with Christ.

Thus, this is where our inward beauty and value come from.

2 Corinthians 4:16
“Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day”

How are you being renewed daily?

Romans 12:2
And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

Despite what the world tells us, our worth is not based on our circumstances, surroundings, achievements, or material blessings. Our worth is found in WHOSE WE ARE.

Seek not physical beauty but true spiritual inward beauty!

Pray: Father, thank You for loving me and for reminding me that my true beauty comes from within through Your Spirit, that my worth is found in You.

This is my Word of hope for you, my Friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Weekly Review March Week 4

Here’s what you learned this past week!

Have you received the greatest gift of all?
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Do you have peace with God?!
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The Need to Forgive!
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Are you holding the rope of life?
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Do you have the salvation of the LORD?
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Reflect on this message:
1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?

Do you know the Mighty God?

WHO IS THIS MIGHTY GOD?

YVHV, the GREAT I AM THAT I AM gave us Jesus Christ, who is the Mighty God.

Jesus Christ is His only begotten Son. His might and divine power are above all other gods

1 Corinthians 6:14
“By his power, God raised the Lord from the dead, and he will raise us also”

Jesus Christ is the only perfect man who died to give eternal life to every believer.

Jesus Christ is the only man who died and rose to life three days later and forty days later ascended to heaven, where He is today sitting on the right-hand of YVHV ever-interceding for you and me.

His name shall be called Mighty God.

How amazing is our all-powerful God!

And the best news is that He loves you more than you want to be loved. Let him be your Mighty God today!

Pray: Mighty God, thank You for all that You did as the perfect man. Thank You for suffering at the hands of men so that I might be saved. Help me to remember who You are and that You are powerful enough to handle all of my problems.

This is my Word of hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Have you received the greatest gift of all?

What is the Greatest Gift you and I can receive?

Believers in Christ have been given a most wonderful gift,

Romans 8:15
“The Spirit you received brought about your adoption to sonship. And by him, we cry, ‘Abba, Father'”

God has given us the right to bear His name.

He has given us the right to be children of the King, and this new identity is one of the greatest gifts God gives to all those who call upon His holy name!.

Read John 1:12-18
We learn that every person is a creation of God, but not every person is a child of God.

Only those who receive Jesus, as your personal Lord and Savior, can be called children of God.

As a child of God, there is no end to the blessings you can receive.

But perhaps the greatest gift of becoming an adopted child of God is that the King of kings also becomes our adoptive Father

As children of God, can you imagine any greater gift?

Pray: Father, thank You for the honor of being Your child, Your heir, for all eternity. Thank You for adopting me as your child.

This is my Word of Hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


The Need to FORGIVE

The line in the Lord’s Prayer reads like this:

Matthew 6:12
“Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors,”

Paul tells us:
Ephesians 2:8-9
It is by grace you have been saved, through faith-and this not from yourselves, it is the gift for-not by works, so that no one can boast”

Forgiving others is not a payment toward our own forgiveness.

It’s a sign of spiritual life. Once we understand God’s forgiveness, it follows that we should become more forgiving of people.

Matthew 18:21-22
“Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, ‘Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?’ Jesus answered, ‘I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times'”

There are two sides to forgiving. The first is transforming your attitude toward the person who has offended you, and the second is transforming your relationship with the person who has offended you. Both take courage.

Real forgiveness has no memory. It does not shut other people in the locker of their past mistakes. It makes room for a genuine, fresh start. Often, this transformation of attitude is all we need to transform the relationship.

Pray: Father, help me to transform my attitude toward those who have offended me and give me the courage to transform my relationship with them.

This is my Word of Hope for you, my Friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Are you holding the rope of life?

We push and shove our way through each day, worrying when the rope of life will break.

Fear, doubt, and worry can paralyze us. However, too many Christians are living the same.

Matthew 6:25-26
“Do not worry about your life. . . . Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?”

Here is the wondrous Truth of God: He holds the rope of our lives within His infinite, loving grasp.

Nothing is strong enough to remove His shelter of protection from our lives.

He knows our every move, every thought and He is constantly aware of our deepest needs.

Jesus reminds us that not even one sparrow falls to the ground apart from God’s knowledge and will. “Even the very hairs of your head are all numbered,” says Jesus. “So don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows” (Matthew 10:30-31).

The next time you sense your anxiety level rising, stop and remember that God is aware of you. He loves you and nothing can change this.

You can trust Him fully. He holds the rope of your earthly life in His infinite hands, and nothing can break it.

Pray: Lord, thank You that You have a wonderful plan for all my days. I lay my fear and anxiety down before You and receive Your peace today.

This is my Word of Hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Do you have the salvation of the LORD?

Up until Christ’s birth in redemptive history, enjoying the privilege of being one of God’s people had been limited to the Jewish nation of Israel.

But through Jesus, God opened the door for anyone to know the blessing of being one of God’s own through salvation in His Son.

John 1:1-11
In these verses, John says that Jesus “came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him” (John 1:11).

God knew Jesus would be rejected by His own, yet, in His mercy and grace, God purposed this rejection of His Son to welcome believing Gentiles into the family of God (see Romans 11:11-15).

Now anyone, anywhere, who repents of his sin and says, “Father, I cannot save myself. Jesus, save me,” Jesus will save.

To have a successful Christian life is to know the salvation that Jesus Christ has accomplished on your behalf. Have you accepted that priceless gift?

Pray: Father, I praise You for the Good News of Salvation! I look forward to the day when I will be united with Your people from every tribe, nation, and tongue in Your presence, worshipping Your holy name. Thank You for my gift of salvation.

This is my Word of Hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Weekly Review -March Week 3

Here’s what you learned this past week!

Do you fight the devil?
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Pray in the name of YVHV!
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Do you know the Prince of Peace?
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There is no other way!
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Have You lost Your Way in this Life?
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Reflect on this message:
1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?

Do you fight the devil?

How do you fight the devil?

Remember, he manipulates a situation by involving another person!

Thus, we must pray blessings on that other person.

Jesus commands us:

Matthew 5:44
“But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you”

When temptations and spiritual attacks overwhelm us, where do we turn?

Psalm 18:6
“In my distress, I called to the Lord; I cried to my God for help. From his temple he heard my voice; my cry came before him, into his ears”

We must keep our relationship with God our top priority so we will easily remember where to go for help.

Pray: Father, help me to pray for blessings for others. I need Your help and guidance so that I will not fall for the devil’s schemes.

This is my Word of Hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?


Pray to the HEAVENLY FATHER -YVHV?

The Bible tells us that because names have incredible meaning and importance,.

Understanding the names of God will have a tremendous impact on your worship and personal devotion to the Lord.

Here are a few of the Old Testament names of God:

* Elohim–majestic Lord
* El Shaddai–all-powerful, all-sufficient, transcendent, sovereign God
* Yahweh–the proper name for God, which means “self-existing one” (I AM!)
* Yahweh Nissi–our banner
* Yahweh Rapha–our healer
* Yahweh Rohi–our shepherd
* Yahweh Jireh–our provider
* Yahweh Shalom–our peace
* Adonai–master, ruler, Lord
* Abba–our Father who intimately cares

As you spend time worshipping the Lord, remember that God’s names reflect His attributes and nature.

He is your peace, provider, healer, shepherd, the Great IAM THAT IAM, and has given you Jesus Christ, Yeshua, your Lord, and eternal Savior!

Pray: Lord, today I worship You not just for what You have done, but for who You are. Help me know and worship You more as I reflect on these names

This is my word of hope for you, my friend.


Reflect on this message:

1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?

2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.

3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?