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More to Life

More to Life


More to Life

Devotions for Life

To Heal And To Care

“Look after My sheep” (Jn. 21:16).
After W.W.II, my Navy friends and known veterans who depended on the national veterans’ facilities, complained about how difficult and uncaring it was for them. There was the distance that had to be driven, the long hours waiting for service, and the abrupt attention given by those appointed to render aid.


Healthy Heart

In memory of Gordon Herrman, we will post Gordon’s devotions each day for the rest of this week. Today’s devotional was the last one he wrote before he passed away and is a fitting conclusion to his writing ministry. rr

“Keep your heart with all diligence, for from it comes the issues of life” (Pro. 14:30).

When the physical body malfunctions, most seek a physician’s guidance and help. That raises a question as to whether or not we should do the same with our inner character. The term “character,” comes from Webster, stating, “. . . the heart is the emotional or moral status that distinguishes one’s innermost character.”


A State Of Mind

“I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity” (Phil. 4:12 NAU).
There’s a sure thing about being elderly, and that’s an ability to recall the hard times of life. Having read Paul’s words so often, I lived the hard times, the Great Depression, and lost a father to make them worse iv 1934, and observed as my Christian mother brought us through them with a true faith and trust in God.