100 Days of Shared Scripture | Daily Devotions
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Daily Devotions

“Yes, be bold and strong! Banish fear and doubt! For remember, the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9 (TLB) When I became an adult, I was faced with new and exciting opportunities. I had become a leader in our corps, I had...

At home we like sourdough bread because it’s easier to digest and cheaper in the supermarket at the end of the day (a bit stale, but good for toast). Yes, bread that sustains us—for a while! The eager crowd on the north-eastern shore of Lake Galilee...

The hypocrites prayed to be seen (and presumably heard) by people. They used their words and actions to hold influence over the people for their own benefit. The pagans prayed many words over and over again. They used words as the power to influence the world...

Scripture:  “When I think of you on my bed, and meditate on you in the watches of the night; for you have been my help, and in the shadow of your wings I sing for joy. My soul clings to you; your right hand upholds me.”...

Building on the momentum of 100 Days of Ceaseless Prayer, we are excited to move into the next 100 Days as we continue to seek God’s will by sharing together in the study of his word. 100 Days of Shared Scripture is an invitation to hear...

With 100 Days of Ceaseless Prayer coming to an end, we will continue to seek God’s will for The Salvation Army in Australia by sharing together in the study of his word. 100 Days of Shared Scripture is an invitation to hear the voice of God...

One Hundred Days of Unceasing Prayer has laid the foundation for Australia One. We entered together from across two territories in response to the invitation of Jesus, when he told his disciples, “I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may...

In the beautiful Adelaide Hills, you will find the Mount Barker Corps. Though the area is thought of generally as fairly affluent, there is lots of hidden poverty. We seek to assist people who are doing it tough, through various services—ministry—that we offer during the...

God’s royal reign, we know, is bigger than our religious organisations and hierarchies. We know, as well, that religious leaders don’t always have the best reputation – not in our own day nor even in the Bible. Sometimes those who are highest up the ladder (in...

I wish to see an Australia united in purpose to eradicate poverty, homelessness and loneliness and create a country of hope, respect, equality and faith in a better future. There are so many great organisations working towards this goal, and I would like to see more...