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Kerusso® Daily Devotionals help you make more room for Jesus. Here you’ll find faith, hope, and joy — bite-sized moments of inspiration for busy believers.

ABOUT THE KERUSSO DAILY DEVOTIONAL —
Developed by Kerusso®, makers of Christian apparel, accessories, and gifts, the Kerusso Daily Devotional:
● Features personal and historical stories influenced by the Bible.
● Uses various Biblical translations including NIV, KJV, ESV, and NLT.
● Includes professionally recorded audio of original content.
● Connects you to God’s Word through stories and themes you can identify with on a personal level.
● Offers 90-second devotional readings to inspire and encourage you.

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Kerusso® Daily Devotionals help you make more room for Jesus. Here you’ll find faith, hope, and joy — bite-sized moments of inspiration for busy believers.

ABOUT THE KERUSSO DAILY DEVOTIONAL —
Developed by Kerusso®, makers of Christian apparel, accessories, and gifts, the Kerusso Daily Devotional:
● Features personal and historical stories influenced by the Bible.
● Uses various Biblical translations including NIV, KJV, ESV, and NLT.
● Includes professionally recorded audio of original content.
● Connects you to God’s Word through stories and themes you can identify with on a personal level.
● Offers 90-second devotional readings to inspire and encourage you.

    Waiting On a Promise

    Waiting On a Promise

    The Bible contains a huge amount of wisdom for us. It’s the Word of God, after all.
     
    Usually, that wisdom is most valuable to us when we are living through tragedy. Those days and nights can be among the hardest we’ll ever have, because the pain seems to be too strong.
     
    Have you ever felt like that?
     
    Our topic this week has to do with walking by faith.
     
    2 Corinthians 5:7 says, “For we live by faith, not by sight.”
     
    What does this mean? Well, Scripture tells us that true faith in God is “the evidence of things not seen.” It gives us a picture of waiting for a promise from God; we haven’t yet arrived.
     
    If you are in that place today, make a choice to believe God. He won’t fail you, not even for a second!
     
    Let’s pray. Lord, your timing is perfect, even if we can’t see the end of the journey. Give us strength for that journey. Amen.
     
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    Walk By Faith

    Walk By Faith

    The metaphor of life as a road is a common one, and with good reason. We are in essence walking a path in life, from beginning to end.
     
    For each person, the journey is at different times joyous, grueling, and full of wonder.
     
    Second Corinthians 5:7 says, “For we live by faith, not by sight.”
     
    This week we’re talking about Walking By Faith, something that humans find difficult to do when times get tough. Yet that is exactly the moment God uses to ignite our faith, and show us things we couldn’t have seen before!
     
    In the Bible, there are many stories of people on journeys. Abraham, Hannah, Moses, and many more. If you’ve read any of those stories, you’ve noticed that God is with them every step. And sometimes the journey takes many years.
     
    If you find yourself on a really hard road right now, remember that others have gone before you. They learned to trust God in tough times.
     
    Let’s pray. Lord, you are so good to us! You walk with us and carry us when necessary. We are grateful that you are our God. Amen.
     
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    Defined By Love

    Defined By Love

    The Bible is famous for speaking in parables and metaphor. One of the most famous is found in one of Paul’s letters, in which he tells us the benefits of a life in Christ.
     
    The “Fruit of the Spirit” is a list of nine attributes that a person filled with the Holy Spirit will model for the world. It’s probably no coincidence that Paul starts with…Love.
     
    Galatians 5:22–23 says, “By contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against such things.”
     
    Love defines what it means to be Christian. Jesus taught that we are to love others, even to pray for our enemies. John wrote that true love is obedience to Christ. This dimension of the Fruit of the Spirit causes people to turn from evil, husbands to cover their wives in love and protection, and many, many more benefits for the world.
     
    Let’s pray.
     
    Lord, Your Word tells us that healthy fruit is a benefit to everyone; inspire us to offer the fruit of love to all we come in contact with. Amen.

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    You Know What To Do

    You Know What To Do

    We “love” all sorts of things. We love a friend’s new hairdo. We love pistachio ice cream and travel to exotic places.
     
    Many times, the word itself loses all real meaning. It’s like homemade chicken soup without the chicken and without the soup.
     
    1 John 3:16–18 “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers. If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.”
     
    The Divine Word helps us yet again. Here we learn that true love means doing for others. Get involved. Don’t just say you love your community. Show the community your love.
     
    Cleanup projects, running errands for a shut-in, taking your niece to the movies because her mother is working two jobs…you know what to do. You know the opportunities.
     
    Think you love those around you? Show them.
     
    Let’s pray.
     
    Lord, there is so much good to do in the world! Please show us opportunities every day, so that we put action to our words. Amen.

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    Love Is Patient

    Love Is Patient

    Having the “patience of Job” is a common saying, even if people don’t really know its origins. Job of course was the biblical character that suffered greatly before God restored him.
     
    But if you read the book of Job, it’s not at all clear that he really had much patience!
     
    Because being patient is really, really hard.
     
    1 Corinthians 13:4–5: “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs."
     
    In 1 Corinthians, we have our blueprint for practicing perfect love. Pure love. And when it comes to patience in this context, we are to train ourselves to be patient with those around us.
     
    It requires a willful choice to be patient with someone—as long as it takes—in an effort to project Christ’s love outward. If a situation calls for you to be patient, just remember that someone in your life has had to be patient with you, too.
     
    Let’s pray.
     
    Lord, you call us to be patient and we want to obey, even though it’s against our natures. But we will follow you in this. Amen.

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    The Reason for Kindness

    The Reason for Kindness

    We’ve all known kindness. It might have been a Sunday school teacher, or maybe it was Mom listening to our bad day.
     
    But how often do you actually think about the importance of kindness? Is it an active part of your day? If not, you’re missing the point.
     
    1 Corinthians 13:4–5 says, “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.”
     
    Real love compels us to practice kindness. A daily routine, and for the right reason. What is the right reason?
     
    God tells us to be kind. This choice doesn’t depend on what the other guy is doing. Be that person who does a lot of kind things, and his only audience is God. Try it. Try a random act of kindness, don’t let others see you do it, then reflect on how good it makes you feel.
     
    That’s the best kind of kind.
     
    Let’s pray.
     
    Lord, your Word shows us that we are blessed with kindness from you in countless ways. Help us start to give back to those around us. Amen.

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