Daily Devotionals

  • On that particular day at the pool of Bethesda, Jesus was drawn to the main character of this miracle. John Chapter 5:5-7 reads like this: “When Jesus saw him and knew he had been ill for a long time, he asked him, ‘Would you like to get well?’  ‘I can’t, sir,&rsqu...

  • The man near the pool of Bethesda didn’t use the word stuck, but he sure could have. For thirty-eight years near the edge of a pool, it was just him, his mat, and his paralyzed body. And since no one would help him, help never came. Crowds of people—despondent, dejected, one after the ot...

  • This life contains many walks from Cana to Capernaum, journeys between prayer offered and prayer answered.  Jesus promised the boy’s father a sure blessing at the end of the journey; He promises the same to us. We will meet this father when we get to heaven, and when we do, I’m...

  • Do your days feel like a hike on an Appalachian Trail in winter? A struggle to place one foot in front of the other? If so, I urge you friend, hang on! Hang on. Don’t give up. Help is here. It may not come in the manner you requested or as quickly as you desire, but it will come. Assume that s...

  • The father may have thought he was walking the road to Capernaum all alone. Quite the contrary. Christ had supernaturally gone into the nobleman’s residence and not only healed the son, but also won the hearts of the entire household. Was the father’s prayer answered? By all means. ...

  • The Gospel of John tells a story about a man from Capernaum who approached Jesus in Cana. “Come heal my son?” the man asked. And Jesus said the boy would be healed, and the man set out for Capernaum. Do you find yourself somewhere between Cana and Capernaum? Like the official, you b...

  • A man from Capernaum approached Jesus in Cana. ”Come heal my son” the man asked Jesus. Jesus said the boy would be healed. And so the man set out for Capernaum. While the man was on his way, some of his servants met him, with the news that the son was alive and well. The good n...

  • John chapter 4 in verse 47 describes a father who had a sick son: “He went and begged Jesus to come to Capernaum to heal his son, who was about to die.” Straightforward, urgent. The official had a request and a plan of action. In his mind, the two would walk side by side from Cana t...

  • John 2:9-10 reads as follows: “When the master of ceremonies tasted the water that was now wine, he called the bridegroom over. ‘A host always serves the best wine first,’ he said. ‘Then, when everyone has had a lot to drink, he brings out the less expensive wine.  But y...

  • Look carefully at Mary’s back-and-forth with Jesus, as recorded in the miracle of water becoming wine. In verse three she presents the need: “They have no more wine.” In verse four Jesus is curiously unreceptive, saying, “Dear woman, that’s not our problem. My time has ...

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