The Struggles of Life

By   •   September 2   •   Topics: ,

Man standing alone in field

All life is a struggle—that is the nature of things. Even within our physical bodies, doctors tell us, a conflict for supremacy is going on. The bacteria in our bloodstream are waging a constant war against alien germs. The red corpuscles fight the white corpuscles constantly in an effort to maintain life within the body. A battle is also raging in the spiritual realm. “We fight,” the Bible says, “against the rulers of the darkness of this world.” Darkness hates light. I have a dog that would rather dig up a moldy carcass to chew on than to have the finest, cleanest meal. He can’t help it—that is his nature. Men cannot help that it is their nature to respond to the lewd, the salacious, and the vile. They will have difficulty doing otherwise until they are born again. And until they are changed by the power of Christ, they will likely be at enmity against those who are associated with Christ.

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Prayer for the day

When I consider the work of Jesus on this earth—which led to His supreme sacrifice—I pray all my labor this day will glorify You, my beloved Savior.

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  1. Tom says:

    Thank you BGEA for the daily devotions.

  2. Margareta Cronholm says:

    Thank you dear Mr. Billy Graham. Today I learned 3 difficult words. What a natural person respond to before saying yes to Jesus. Thank you Lord God for not giving up on me.

  3. Dawn Malone says:

    Thank you

  4. Maria Dela Cruz says:

    Please pray for me to find good job with good package. I really want to continue helping the widows and needy. Thank you so much! God bless!

  5. Nzube says:

    There’s no better knowledge to have than to have knowledge of the word of God.

  6. MT says:

    I’m truly grateful for all that BGEA does for the believers as well as the non-believers. May Christ continue to bless this ministry until His coming.

  7. Gerry says:

    Struggles are inevitable . How we choose to handle them is entirely up to us . Christ is the best choice by far as He cares deeply about all of our concerns. Prayerfully ask Him to help you with all your dilemmas each and every morning.

  8. Ruth ann says:

    I love reading spiritual writing on God word Thank You

  9. DAVID says: