Have you ever asked yourself what will happen when you are finally alone with God? Our devotion looks at the story of Elijah at Mt. Horeb to give us the answer.

We have all probably said, at one time or another, that we simply do not have enough time to do everything.

In Not Enough Time, we look at priorities in life and examine what God says should be highest on our list of things to do.

The world today is divided into classes and it seems that the "greatest" or "best" people are considered to be the rich and powerful. In Measure Of A Man, we look at biblical greatness and compare it to the thinking of this world.

We have all heard someone say "that's not my job" and it is even said about spreading the gospel. In Fiddler In The Pew, we look at what the Bible says regarding this idea of sitting back and ignoring the call to share the gospel. We compare this idea to the burning of Rome under Emperor Nero and his lack of effort to save the city.

Shock And Awe is a look at the last days and what that means to Christians. It can also be can be used as a tool to reach the lost. In our busy world today, it is rare that someone will stop and think about the fact that Jesus could come back at any time but, when you do, it can change the way that you live your days.

In What's It Worth, we look at material possessions and ask ourselves what is really important in life. It seems that many of us spend the majority of our time chasing after things that really have very little meaning. This devotion can help us to stay focused on the things that matter.