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Is devotion to God your primary passion in life? Our daily devotionals and Bible studies are designed to help you pursue this important spiritual goal. More than mere fluff, our books are "devotional books with a difference." If you're ready to grow, we're here to support you.

The WordPoints Daybook Series provides daily devotional meditations, while our growing collection of Bible study tools will give you guidance in exploring the Scriptures. The WordPoints blog and podcast will challenge your thinking on a variety of religious topics.

I sincerely hope you'll join me on this journey! As you use the WordPoints website, feel free to share your insights or questions with me. I'd love to help you in your Christian daily devotion. -- Gary Henry ([email protected])

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Godly Sorrow (April 24)

Those with godly sorrow are the unselfish, God-centered people who, once they realize they've erred, will grieve the wrongfulness of their sin, and not just its painfulness. The self-pitying sorrow of the world leads to death, but godly sorrow leads to God Himself!

In the Midst of It All (April 24)

This life we will never be anything more than incomplete. Recognizing that we're not going to see anything more than God's work "in progress," we are then free to dream and yearn and long for the time when His plan will reach its climax, and we can finally go home.

Motives (April 24)

If we want to be more highly motivated, we must elevate our motives. The higher they are, the more powerful they will be. And when we operate from the very highest motives of all, great mountains become moveable and unbearable burdens become easy to carry.

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DFBS 217 – Apart from God, life is empty

Separated from our Creator -- alienated from Him by sin -- the thing that we call "life" is hardly worth the name. With Paul, we may well be moved to cry, "Wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death?" (Rom. 7:24).

The Christ of the Cross

We do not think about the death of Christ as much as we should -- or emphasize it adequately in our preaching. But truly, the cross is the heart of the gospel. The gospel of Christ is nothing less than the "word of the cross" (1 Cor. 1:17,18).

Major Milestone for

I'd like to share a bit of good news here on the first day of 2017. We were notified by FeedSpot last week that has been chosen for their list of the "Top 30 Devotional Blogs and Websites For Christians."