Living as if we are dearly beloved children of God will change our entire approach to our heavenly Father and our lives. Gary Wilkerson urges everyone to remind ourselves that we are deeply loved because doing that each day can shape that day in new and beautiful ways.
1/1000th of your day is 86 seconds.
If you invite God into even a fraction of your day, you could be transformed.
If you’re interested in quick encouragements, then you will enjoy our 86 Seconds videos. Each one is a mini-devotional from Gary Wilkerson as he points out simple but profound truths in scripture that can change the way we approach each day. These reminders of the Word’s power will help you live as salt and light to the world.
Start giving 86 seconds of undivided attention to Jesus today.
Gary Wilkerson opens this 86 Seconds devotional with a key question: "Do you focus more on what people think of you or what God thinks of you?" He explores how our hearts' motivations can chain us to others' opinions or free us to more abundant life in God.
With the constant concerns of daily life, it can be easy to grow distant from God. Keeping our passion for God's work burning brightly is so important, as Gary Wilkerson discusses in this meditation on not letting life's worries cause us to lose our love for God.
Are you wrestling with fearful thoughts today? One of the devils ploys is to trap us in a cycle of fear. This cycle leads to tension in our hearts, relationships and even with God. Pastor Gary encourages us to remember that Jesus gave his life for us, what good will he withhold from his children?
As a believer, it can be difficult to balance care for our responsibilities in this world with Jesus’ command to not be anxious about life. Gary Wilkerson talks about how we should approach God with these concerns and find peace in our Lord’s provision.
Many believers wrestle with depression, but Gary Wilkerson encourages to not listen to the condemning voice in our heads when we’re weighed down by despair. Instead, we should cry out for God’s presence and trust in him because God promises to be on our side and never abandon us, no matter how we feel in the moment.
God’s people in the Bible faced deep discouragement and sometimes depression, and so do believers today. Gary Wilkerson examines how we can deal with bleak spans of our lives in healthy ways and how we don’t have to be trapped by depression.
If we gave 1/1,000th of each day to God, our lives could be transformed. Gary Wilkerson shares that as we seek God first our hearts will be filled with joy and peace in the midst of the day's troubles.
If we gave 1/1,000thof each day to God, our lives could be transformed. Gary Wilkerson talks about how to not lose our “first love” in our Christian walk.