Dec 23, 2012

Best of 2012 Daily Reflections

Every day we send out a new Daily Reflection to help more than 20,000 people focus their day with God’s Word. This year, Mark D. Roberts and a handful of guest writers walked us through many books of the Bible, including Romans, Philemon, Ezekiel, Lamentations, 1 Timothy, and Psalms. The High Calling also built some new tools to make it easier for you to search through our Daily Reflections by keyword, book of the Bible, and chapter.

Whether you read our Daily Reflections or not, we hope you will spend time each day focusing on the person of God. More than anything, we believe time with God will help you realize the purpose and meaning of your life and work.

Best of 2012 Daily Reflections

Are You Doing It? Are You Doing It?

By Mark D. Roberts

The call to love our neighbors in Romans 13 isn’t new. But are you doing it?
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What Is God’s Glory What Is God’s Glory

By Mark D. Roberts

Have you ever wondered what the glory of God really is? When we read about God’s glory in Ezekiel, what does that really mean?
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If I’m Suffering, Is God Punishing Me? If I’m Suffering, Is God Punishing Me?

By Mark D. Roberts

When our lives are coming apart, when we’re enduring suffering like the writer of Lamentations, we cry out, “Why is God doing this to me? Why is God punishing me?”
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One of the Most Commonly Disobeyed Verses in the Bible? One of the Most Commonly Disobeyed Verses in the Bible?

By Mark D. Roberts

1 Timothy 2:2 is one of the most regularly disobeyed verses in the Bible, and maybe that isn't too bad.
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Do We Have to Lift Our Hands When We Pray? Do We Have to Lift Our Hands When We Pray?

By Mark D. Roberts

Does Psalm 134 command us to lift up our hands in prayer and praise? Should we follow this biblical example in our worship?
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