Please enjoy these devotionals from Upper Room Ministries, a ministry of the United Methodist General Board of Discipleship.

 

 

 

 

  • 24 April 2014: You Who Are Weary - Upper Room Daily Reflections
    YOU WHO ARE WEARY Sleepless Tired Depressed Discouraged Do not be afraid! You who are fed up Hopeless Visionless Fearful Tearful Do not be afraid! God is present in your suffering. God will calm the winds and waves of your soul! – Junius Dotson (Based on Mark 4:25-31) From page 33 of The Africana Worship […]
  • 23 April 2014: Life Comes from God - Upper Room Daily Reflections
    Today’s Reflection JESUS IS NOT SIMPLY ALIVE. He has life in himself. We do not generate ourselves. But Jesus is the eternal Son of the eternal Father bound together in love by and with the eternal Spirit. So, our lives are derived from the Triune God. - Gerrit Scott Dawson Weavings From page 40 of […]
  • 22 April 2014: God, Who Is Our Hope - Upper Room Daily Reflections
    Today’s Reflection HISTORY IS FAR TOO HARSH for faith lightly held. History is far too real for faith to rest content in blissful denial. Faith requires more than naiveté. … Our hope resides in a covenant grounded in God’s grace. God’s promises serve not as escape pods from history but as the means for living […]
  • 21 April 2014: Forgiveness Has a Face - Upper Room Daily Reflections
    Today’s Reflection “I AM with you always. Breathe my breath. Lean your full heavy heart on my strength in this dark place. Let me pray in you, for you, and through you.” Forgiveness is a person. Forgiveness has a face. Forgiveness itself is holding me now. - Flora Slosson Wuellner Forgiveness, the Passionate Journey From […]
  • 20 April 2014: Easter Prayer - Upper Room Daily Reflections
    Today’s Reflection O LORD OF LIFE, we thank you that the day of resurrection has dawned upon us. In its clear light, help us now to step from whatever sign of darkness there may be in ourselves into the true light and life, which is now yours—and which you long to share freely and fully […]