• “O beloved friends, there is a life on wings. I feel the streams of His life fill me and permeate my mortal frame from my head to my feet, until no words are adequate to describe it. I can only make a few bungling attempts to tell you what it is like and ask the Lord to reveal to you the rest. May He reveal to you your inheritance in Christ Jesus so that you will press on and get all that He has for you.” – Carrie Judd Montgomery

Nancy L. DeMoss Devotional

“Seeking Him” is an outreach of Life Action Ministries.

Life Action Ministries is a non-profit organization founded in 1971 by Del Fehsenfeld Jr. Since that time, “America’s Family-Centered Revival Team” has ministered to millions of Americans through revival crusades, special multi-media musical productions, revival publications, a camp and conference program, and more. Over 150 full-time staff members in 17 different departments serve with one common goal–to see God give birth to genuine revival among His people, as well as a spiritual awakening among the lost.

Life Action Ministries
P.O. Box 31, Buchanan, Michigan 49107-0031
(269) 697-8600
(269) 695-2474 (FAX)
www.lifeaction.org
info@seekinghim.org

(I have discontinued posted these devotionals for a season due to the other great and wonderful other devotionals that are also out there. However, they are still available at http://www.seekinghim.com/radio/today.php )

 

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3 Responses to Nancy L. DeMoss Devotional

  • alan says:

    There's something that you're really missing in the book on obedience. Sometimes, a believer can be so disobedient to God that when he or she finally realizes their error that they have become a prisoner of their choices and are basically not useable be God. I have sought over 40 years to fix a badly broken relationship with God and have had little if any success. You do not need reply to this E-mail, it's too late for me.

    • womenof7 says:

      Thank you Oona for responding to Alan’s comment. I saw it too a couple weeks ago and wanted to respond, I am glad for the reminder of it. I wanted to add too to Oona’s comment, that faith is NEVER a feeling, but always an action, a change of mind, a change of direction , a change of life, a change of desire, and many other changes. But ULTIMATELY a choice within us. One cannot wait only on faith, but MUST pursue faith. He ALONE is faithful, and we must seek Him and know His faith. We can only be kept by His power within. If He is not acccepting of us, we are only to blame. Perhaps in feeling, we are not willing to give up. We must instead choose to believe Him and not our own pathways of destruction of doubt. I would encourage you too search the Scriptures and make sure you believe all of it, and ask Him for the faith to do so. And let go of your own life! :) We are all praying for you.

  • Oona says:

    Alan, I just happened upon your comment. I wanted to tell you that with God, it is NEVER too late. Believing that is limiting God's power, and there is NO limit to what he can do for you. Consider Lazarus. He had been dead in the tomb for 4 days. Mary told him, "Lord, if You had been here, my brother would not have died." Jesus told Martha, "I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die." Jesus raised Lazarus from death. He can do the same for you--spiritually or physically. Ask God for an increase of faith. I will keep you in my prayers.

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