You are invited to come on a journey. A journey of love, and faith from our loving Heavenly Father, who has sent His only begotten Son our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Welcome to the Torah, also known as the Old Testament, the Women’s Daily Devotional is for all who have believed all their lives and even new believers; Even those just needing encouragement. We are all ready to embark on an exciting journey together through The Word of God, together we will talk about our daily lives. I feel most of us maybe to busy to take on a new adventure and a new relationship. A relationship with Jesus is the only relationship you’ll ever need to get through your busy life. Because you can talk with our Lord anytime and anywhere. He will be with you always. Our relationship with our Father in heaven is the most important relationship your have. He will not leave you or forsake you, NO, matter what! We are together in this. God is love and love is God. If you do not know God you do NOT know love. Love is not a feeling, its an action word. Its about doing what Jesus told us to do. TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS HE HAS LOVED US. There maybe so many things to do in your life invite Jesus in every part of your life. Give him control and your life will go a lot easier. I am not saying your not going to have problems; you will. Our problems are just a test of our faith. Me, my faith noboday can have that belongs to me. Just like your belongs to you. Points to the joy of a relationship with Jesus and the timeless wisdom found in God’s holy Word. Each reading will be based from the Word. Even passages and developed around a story of the Bible. Wisdom from the Word and asking for God’s understanding while reading His love story. There is hope in Jesus. You come to the Father through Jesus just as you are. Let him who thirsts come. Whoever desires, let him take the water of life freely. Read Isaiah 55:1-7 > Incline your ear, and come to Me. Hear, and your soul shall live.
If you are a women of today, your life is full – you may even say something that your life is too full. There are so many things to do, so many demands on your time. No matter what day of the week you begin your reading, you simply turn to a devotion for that day. Then for the next day, look to bottom of the devotion