In today's devotional Jay McSwain encourages you to plant and cultivate seeds in your ministry then watch the growth God causes in the lives of others from your faithfulness.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain ends the week by encouraging you just as you daily turn on lights in your house to daily turn on the light of God's Word to direct your path spiritually.
In today's devotional devotional Jay McSwain completes Part 2 of "Remember What Made You Successful". Jay encourages you to reflect on what you did in the past that you felt made your Christian life successful, fulfilled and fruitful, but maybe today is absent and needs to be remembered and most importantly done.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain encourages and challenges you to daily turn on the lamp of God's Word.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain shares a familiar verses from Matthew 11:28 that is often acknowledged in our head, but not our heart and our actions.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues the series entitled "Well Done". Today Jay speaks about Jerry who is in heaven now, but while on earth lead his life and ministry in a quiet way. Done".
In today's devotional Jay McSwain shares one of the simplest, yet hardest truths in the Bible to understand and accept. The truth is: God Loves You!
In today's devotional Jay McSwain uses an analogy from baseball to help teach a Biblical principle. To be successful in baseball when you are struggling you often have to go back to what made successful. Jay points out the same is true in our Christian lives.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain encourages you to avoid the temptation mentality of "Do It Yourself" when others drop the ball.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues looking at and applying Matthew 25:23. Jay reminds us that in the storms of life our light often shines the brightest to others because we endure the troubled waters in faith.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain summarizes this week's topic as "Growing in our understanding of God Word" where we are able to trust Him to work in and through us rather than working for Him in our own strength.
In today's devotional Jay McSwain continues his series on "Well Done..." Jay shares about Mike who became a Christian at the end of his life and for the last six months of his life used his spiritual gift of hospitality to serve at his church.