Raise your hand if you have ever been able to fully obey God and follow all His commands. Exactly.
I've been trying to keep it together. Haphazardly put the lights back up. Patch things up. Give myself a pep talk. Make a plan. Set goals. Trial and error. But I haven't been getting it right.
We do special things on special days for our friends, our families, and ourselves, but what about for God?
I wanted to feel worried over and fiercely protected. What I didn’t know was that I already had that. And if I wasn’t so sure, I should have read Deuteronomy 25.
Meet Someone who cares about the little things. Someone who wants to make you smile. Someone who is ready and willing to love you.
We think we're awesome. But this chapter swiftly pulls us back down to earth: we're not.
There are a lot of different kinds of laws in Deuteronomy 22, but a couple of them teach us how to treat each other. Guess what? We don't follow them.
When you're feeling lonely, your first thought probably isn't to read Deuteronomy 21. But maybe it should be.
In life, we are always fighting or dreading something. If you want victory, then Deuteronomy 20 is for you.
"Whatever our problem is, we can bring it before Jesus." Somehow, no matter how many times we've heard those exact words, it still feels unnatural to actually carry them out! What are we afraid of?