Devotionals

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.
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Eight Reasons You Can Be Free

Emotional hurts from the past can poison your life. That is why today, I want to give you eight key reasons you can believe you can be free from the painful hurts of the past.

1. My sins are completely forgiven.
2. I can receive eternal life through GOD’S free gift of faith.
3. I can live my life free of my past.
4. I can boldly access the throne room of GOD and talk to GOD freely.
5. I am a child of God, a fully adopted member of His royal family.
6. I can learn and understand God’s will for my life.
7. I can live and mature in faith in Christ Jesus.
8. I can live free of all reminders of my past.

If you will strive to achieve these eight factors you will be able to achieve an ever-increasing, intimate knowledge of GOD’S nature, His love and His will for your life.

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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?


Did you know His Word Works?

As I was studying Isaiah, I grabbed two key verses that I believe will give you hope today. The big truth for you to see today is that GOD’S Word works!

Isaiah 55:6:

“6 Seek ye the Lord while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near:”

Isaiah 55:11

“11 So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.”

In other words, GOD’S word starts in the mouth of GOD and goes forth to men who hear His voice and know His will. They write it down and now you get the benefit as the word prospers according to the will of GOD for your life.
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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 your sins been blotted out?

As I studied Isaiah, I was struck by chapter 44 verse 25. I grabbed it so it can become your hope today.

The fact is that we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of GOD. Yes, you and I have failed God!

We all need a savior to correct all our transgressions and failures. This verse is a promise we can grab and hold onto.

Isaiah 44:22:

“22 I have blotted out, as a thick cloud, thy transgressions, and, as a cloud, thy sins: return unto me; for I have redeemed thee.”

God YVHV, ABBA Daddy, the Great IAM THAT IAM, blots out all, not some, but every single time you sin. He removes it from His remembrance and allows you to be redeemed by being washed clean by the Blood of the Lamb.

If you have never given your life to Jesus Christ, do it today.

God has redeemed you! Receive His redemption and rejoice!
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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?


Week in Review- May Week 1

Here’s what you learned this past week!

Do You Know The Word Works?
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Do You Know The Seven Spirits of God?
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Have Your Sins Been Blotted Out?
View this Devotional

Are You The Salt of the Earth?
View this Devotional

Give Yourself Away!
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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?

Are you the Salt of the Earth?

Today’s hope comes from the Fifth chapter of Matthew.

Matthew 5:13-16 says:

“13 Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt has lost his savor, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men. 14 Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. 16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.”

Now what this means is this: The implication is that unless we are salt that penetrates the world around us for good, then evil will abound. But, the good news is this: If you will be the salt, many will come to know Jesus as their savior simply by being touched and penetrated by your saltiness.

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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 a A Boast-Worthy Testimony

Do you have a boast-worthy testimony?

We live in a time when biblical predictions have become visible realities.

2 Timothy 3:1
This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.

Jesus predicted that men would become lovers of themselves, lovers of money, hateful and arrogant. Today we are watching the world fall into end-times evil.

If we discern the times, we know this is not a moment for half measures. This is no time to play patty-cake with Jesus.

Jesus told us: “This kind does not go out except by prayer and fasting” (Matthew 17:21, NKJV).

In these times, our prayers must be fervent-because without spiritual change, things look too bleak.

In the midst of darkness, Jesus calls us to be light. And here is our message for such a time:

“Greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world” (1 John 4:4, KJV).

God has done awesome works in the lives of His people and each one of us is called to proclaim His glory through a boast-worthy testimony.

What does a boast-worthy testimony look like? “As the Scriptures say,

‘If you want to boast, boast only about the Lord'” (2 Corinthians 10:17, NLT).

This is my Word of Hope for you!


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?


Give Yourself Away!

Deep down, every one of us is generous. We all give our money, our time, and our energy away to someone. The problem is that some people are only generous for their own benefit.

The Bible teaches us to give ourselves away to others, caring for others more than our own self.

1 John 3:17
“If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person?”

Jesus, of course, was the most generous person who ever lived, giving His actual life for people who did not deserve it and who could never pay Him back

Jesus also took one boy’s lunch and multiplied it so there was enough food to feed everyone present.

Would others who know you consider you a generous person? The Bible shows us how to be generous to others.

Matthew 6:1-4
6 “Be sure that you do not do your charitable deeds before men to be seen by them. Otherwise, you have no reward from your Father who is in heaven.

Prayer: God, thank You for the generosity Reveal ways that I may generously give of my resources to help those around me who are in need. May You use me as an example of a generous leader.

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?


Becoming a Citizen of God’s Kingdom?



Becoming a citizen of God’s kingdom requires us to surrender to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and devote our lives to following Christ.

Becoming a citizen of God’s kingdom results in some incredible benefits.

1 Peter 2:12
“Live such good lives among the pagans that, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us”

A Citizen of God’s kingdom carries with them the answers to some of life’s most difficult questions.

This dying world desperately needs those answers.

We must be wise as a serpent in our approach, yet gentle as a dove in our speech.

We must share the Truth about how God’s love washes away our sin and how much God loves us without being judgemental

Becoming a citizen of God’s kingdom empowers us to radically change the world around us.

Pray: Lord, use me to make an impact in the world around me as I passionately seek You. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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?


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While we wait for the return of Jesus

Matthew 25:13
“Therefore keep watch, because you do not know the day or the hour”

Matthew 25 gives us three keys to use to help you wait for the return of Jesus Christ.


Preparedness (25:1-13)
– A bride will spend months preparing for her wedding – and there is not a detail that is overlooked.

Investment (25:14-30) – While we wait, God has entrusted us with responsibilities for the advancement of His Kingdom.

Compassion (25:31-46) – The Bible teaches that “faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead” (James 2:17). Our service to others is a direct reflection of the condition of our hearts.

When Christ returns, will He find us prepared, invested, and full of compassion?

Pray: God, help me to be prepared for Your coming, to invest my gifts in Your Kingdom, and to serve others with a heart of compassion.

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?


Weekend Review April Week 4

Here’s what you learned this past week!

Why We wait for the Return of Jesus?
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Becoming a Citizen of God’s Kingdom!
View this Devotional


Are you Poor in Spirit!
View this Devotional

Want to know four steps to emotional healing?
View this Devotional

Are you thinking on what is Good?
View this Devotional

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?