In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains how we can fully believe what God says about us.
1/1000th of your day is 86 seconds.
If you invite God into even a fraction of your day, you could be transformed.
If you’re interested in quick encouragements, then you will enjoy our 86 Seconds videos. Each one is a mini-devotional from Gary Wilkerson as he points out simple but profound truths in scripture that can change the way we approach each day. These reminders of the Word’s power will help you live as salt and light to the world.
Start giving 86 seconds of undivided attention to Jesus today.
In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains how Christians can stand up to accusations from the enemy.
Attacks from the enemy are intended to stop believers from seeking the purpose God has for our lives. We do not need to fall victim to those accusations. We have to recognize accusations before we can stand against them.
One of the ways that Satan works against God’s people is through accusations. While they are often subtle, they can do enormous damage if we allow them to take root in our lives. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson offers a reminder that we have to start by recognizing Satan’s accusations as blatant lies.
Throughout Scripture, Satan is referred to as the accuser. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson reminds us that no believer has to be subject to the lies that Satan tells. Through Christ, we have authority over every accusation.
In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson asks a simple question: Are you willing to stand up and fight? Whether we recognize it or not, there is a battle raging between good and evil. God calls and equips all of his people in different ways.
One thing we know about life is that difficult times will come. Thankfully, there is hope. We know that God will be victorious in the end. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson looks at what a battle mentality should mean for Christians.
From every biblical account, we can see that Jesus was not the average funeral guest. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains three lessons the church can learn from the time, as recorded in the book of Luke, when Jesus attended a funeral.
There are times when God works powerfully through gradual processes, bringing healing and restoration over a period of time. There are also cases when God chooses to work instantaneously. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson looks at God’s power to heal and restore.
The New Testament describes moments where there was powerful, immediate change through the power of the Holy Spirit. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson talks about what this kind of transformation looks like today.