Hi, my name is Linda Throgmorton. This blog “Living by God’s Word – A Subject Devotional for Everyday Life” will be dedicated to spiritual help, inspiration and guidance.
Along with my Subject Devotionals, I will be adding God inspired poems from my “Poems of the Spirit” book, which was written in 1998. I will also be adding some newer poems that were not included in the book.
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Faith: Confidence in or dependence on a person, statement or thing as trustworthy; Belief without need of certain proof; Belief in God or in the Scriptures or other religious writings. Devotion for Faith “All that I have seen teaches me … Continue reading
Depression: Low spirits or vitality. Depress: To lower the spirits of; make gloomy; sadden. To lessen in vigor, force or energy. Devotion for Depression There is a young woman living in an apartment in any town USA. She awakens … Continue reading
Compassion: Pity for the suffering or distress of another, with the desire to help or spare. Devotion for Compassion Matthew 18:23-34 “Therefore, the kingdom of heaven is like a king who wanted to settle accounts with his servants. As he began … Continue reading
Commitment: The act or process of entrusting or consigning. An engagement or pledge to do something. Commit: To devote (oneself) unreservedly. Devotion for Commitment Marriage is probably the biggest earthly commitment we make. Little girls dream about their wedding; who will … Continue reading
Character: Moral force; integrity. A good reputation. The combination of qualities or traits that distinguishes an individual or group. Devotion for Character Living in the world these days, is a true test of character and moral fortitude! So many different … Continue reading
Caring: To have or show regard, interest or concern. To care for: To look after or provide for. Devotion for Caring “Oh, the world’s a curious compound, with its honey and its gall, With its cares and bitter crosses, but a … Continue reading