In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at different personalities from Scripture.  Today Jay focuses on Paul and Barnabas' personalities...

Does Your Personality Complement

In today's devotional Jay McSwain shares honestly that at times he has questioned the Psalmist who tells Jay that he is fearfully and wonderfully made.‚Äč

You Are Fearfully & Wonderfully Made

In today's devotional Jay McSwain ends the week with a simple question, "Who are the people you admire and why do you admire them?" He then points out a quality that most people who are admired display...

Who Do You Admire?

In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues to stress the importance of knowing yourself. When you know yourself and that it is God who created you and you point others to the God...

Who Gets the Credit?

In today's devotional Jay McSwain begins teaching about spiritual gifts.  Today he informs us that God does not want us to be uninformed about our spiritual gifts.

Spiritual Gifts, Informed? Part1
Shaking Your World in One Accord

In today's devotional Jay McSwain ends the week by looking at the personalities of Jesus' disciples.

You Should be Like Me

In today's devotional Jay McSwain focuses on the personalities of two sisters, Mary and Martha. So often people today are like Martha who wanted her sister to serve...

In today's devotional Jay McSwain will begin a weeklong series on personality. He will point to two brothers, Moses and Aaron who were vastly different in their personalities, but who used...

 Are You Like Moses or Aaron?
Do You Believe?
Why Know Yourself?

In today's devotional Jay McSwain takes a simple word (HIS) from Ephesians 2:10 and gives motivation and inspiration to the fact that believers are "HIS workmanship". Because you are "HIS workmanship" God has created you...

Do You Know Yourself?

In today's devotional Jay McSwain gives the correct translation of Proverbs 22:6 that has often been misquoted. He speaks about the importance of knowing why and how God created you...

In today's devotional Jay McSwain asks a simple question based on Matthew 16:25: "Do you believe you will find your life as you give it away?" A great way to start the first full week of 2015.

Do You Believe?

In today's devotional Jay McSwain gives another way of looking at I Corinthians 12:1 from the one he gave yesterday.  Bottom line: God wants you to be informed about your spiritual gifts!  Are You?

Spiritual Gifts, Informed? Part 2