Jesus' majesty reaches farther than all the angels! In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains why this distinction is crucial.
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.
For this week's 86 Seconds, Gary Wilkerson urges us to make Jesus our ultimate passion!
In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson shows us the importance of realizing that Christ is beyond all comparison!
All across scripture, we see that the Lord's voice powerfully moves and breathes life into existence! In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains how God can do the same in our lives.
The book of Hebrews starts with an incredible promise: God is speaking to his people. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson starts his series through the book of Hebrews. Join us each week as he goes chapter by chapter through this incredible book.
The book of Hebrews holds incredible wisdom for every believer. In the coming weeks, Gary Wilkerson will share what he has learned from his personal study through the book of Hebrews.
How can we find truth in a world that preaches relativism? In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson explains how truth is always grounded in God’s Word.
Israel’s King David knew better than anyone what it takes to win a war. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson talks through Psalm 11 and offers a reminder that God is the source of every spiritual victory.
As broken, flawed people, we have very little to boast about ourselves. Even so, everyone faces the temptation to trust in their own strength. In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson looks at what Psalm 10 has to say about boasting in God, not in ourselves.
If God is always good, why is our worship so often conditional? In this short devotion, Gary Wilkerson offers a hopeful encouragement from Psalm 9.