Devotable is a collection of writers, authors, and bloggers who come together and create content that helps uplift Christians daily and spread the Gospel around the world.
We want to help YOU connect with God daily, on whatever medium you choose.
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Chuck has been a long time supporter and contributor to Devotable. I personally met Chuck a few years ago at dinner one night when we were originally talking through some book plans. I don’t normally get to meet our writer face to face, so this was a rare opportunity.
Chuck is an amazing writer and has been a huge support to this ministry over the last 5 years. He’s selflessly contributed dozens of articles and devotions and does so with grace and cheer.
His writing is such an asset to this ministry and he’s such an encouraging and cheerful person…
Back in May of this year, we decided to make the switch from our website as a publishing platform to Medium. That was not an easy decision. Many factors played a role in final decision, and I knew it would be similar to having to start over again, growing an audience.
I hoped many people would come over to this platform with us, both writers and readers, and I also knew we’d lose a few along the way. …
Jesus answered and said to her, “Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again; but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never be thirsty; but the water that I will give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up to eternal life.”
John 4:13–14 NASB
It is said that the average person can survive without water for about three days. Aside from quenching our thirst, water is essential in ways we are not aware of. …
Are you weary of listening to news reports that seem to be filled with problems? Is the atmosphere that you are living and working in heavy with a feeling of gloom? Is it beginning to seep into your spirit? Let us be encouraged to lift our voices in praise to God today and receive fresh joy and strength.
This psalm is a reminder, a call to praise and worship the Lord, with joy and thanksgiving. It is a reminder to praise God for who He is, as the Creator of the world. But also who He is in relation to…
We live in challenging times, struggling every day with discouragement and disillusionment. And in such times, God’s Word encourages us to hope again and be glad because of what He is about to do. Sometimes I can’t take it anymore. It is simply too much. I can’t hear another heart-breaking story, see another child cry, or listen to a hurting friend without having the feeling I might collapse under the weight of so much pain.
My heart cries out to the Lord for comfort and relief, and deep longing finds its way through my sobs and muttered words. I want…
The catchphrase, knowledge is power, became popular in the age of Information Tech (IT). This expression is usually attributed to Sir Francis Bacon, a philosopher, statesman, and scientist. By knowledge, he meant science and was considered the originator of the scientific method.
Today, the expression knowledge is power is more often linked to the abundance of information available via the internet.
But information doesn’t always produce knowledge.
This should be somewhat self-evident with all the conflicting and confusing information available on the internet today.
His perfection radiates like a gleaming diamond. From even the smallest of His teaching gems, each one shines like the brilliant sun. He was and always will be the perfect spiritual guide. As a result, He led thousands through arid deserts. So their ears could eventually capture the wisest words ever spoken like a drop of water on a parched tongue. Like the consummate spiritual guide, Jesus led His disciples and the people of Israel with righteousness and holiness. He masterfully led them with perfect gentleness and limited but powerful words.
The seventy-two disciples returned rejoicing and said to Jesus…