Daily Devotional
You Must Decide

“When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he already had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, ‘Do you want to be made well?’”

John 5:6


Ponder This

“Do you want to be made well?” That sounds like a silly question. It really does sound foolish to ask a man who is sick if he wants to be made whole. But Jesus respected this man’s will just as He respects your will and every human will.

If God were to transgress your will, if He were to force you to do something you did not want to do, you would no longer be a free human being with your own will. You would become a machine. So God gave you a will; and because you have a will, you must decide if you want to be made whole by accepting Him as your Savior. The offer made available to you today is whosoever will may come (Revelation 22:17). “Do you want to be made well?”

Practice This

What kind of faith does it take to have our lives transformed? Faith that can see the invisible, that can believe the incredible, that can receive the impossible. Doubt dreads to take a step, Faith soars on high. Doubt questions “Who believes?” Faith answers, “I!”

Love Worth Finding is praying for our communities, leaders, & those directly affected by COVID-19. Since most of us will be worshipping at home this weekend, we would like to offer you access to a few specially selected messages filled with biblical hope & encouragement. We are calling these messages “Church At Home.” We will continue to provide regular daily devotions, audio programs, and video programs, but we wanted to let you know about these special messages for this weekend.

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FOR YOUR GIFT TO THE MINISTRY

Read the New Adrian Rogers Biography

Adrian Rogers as the Moon Port Pastor

This biography, written by Dr. Phil Kramer, covers Pastor Rogers’ early years of ministry in Merritt Island, Florida. Merritt Island, nicknamed the “Moon Port,” was a major hub for scientists and astronauts during the race to the moon in the 1960s and early 1970s.

Pastor Rogers saw his purpose to “point men beyond the stars" and soon he became known as the “Moon Port Pastor.” As you read how these ministry years became foundational to Pastor Rogers' leadership development, your commitment to the Word of God will be fortified and your leadership skills will challenged and encouraged.