Resources on Lillian Daniel

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Awkward Playground Memories Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5692-lillian_daniel_awkward_playground_memories Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel Topics: Worship , Hospitality , Unity Source: Day1 Lillian Daniels uses playground memories to illustrate Philippians 2:4, and to challenge our own churches in their inclusion of others. When "Sorry" Seems to be the Easiest Word Article by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7917-lillian_daniel_when_sorry_seems_to_be_the_easiest_word Article by Lillian Daniel Topics: Religion , Church , Christian , Honesty Source: Day1 Lillian Daniel challenges us to talk honestly to people outside the church about Jesus, community, and why we worship, rather than being blindly apologetic for Christianity, trying our best to appear open-minded. Did Jesus Ignore Her? Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6184-lillian_daniel_did_jesus_ignore_her Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Compassion , Jesus , Divinity of Christ , Jesus Christ's humanity Source: Day1 Did Jesus ignore the Canaanite woman? Lillian Daniel discusses Matthew 15:21-23 and what Jesus and the disciples did in relation to the woman. Did We Come All this Way to Meet No One But Ourselves? Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7999-lillian_daniel_did_we_come_all_this_way_to_meet_no_one_but_ourselves Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Jerusalem , Conflict , Hope , Prayer Source: Day1 Offering reflections on the struggles of Jews and Muslims living in Jerusalem, this devotional by Lillian Daniel on Psalm 122:6 considers how a pluralistic community retains hope through noticing kindness and prayer. Socializing with Sinners Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7375-lillian_daniel_socializing_with_sinners Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Church , Judgment , Judgmentalism , Pride Source: Day1 In this short devotional, Lillian Daniel suggests that a judgmental attitude is simply an inability to truly see people. Grace Cheated Me Out of My Discount Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7876-lillian_daniel_grace_cheated_me_out_of_my_discount Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel Topics: Grace , Gift , Grace of God , Illustration Source: Day1 In this devotional for Ephesians 2:8, Lillian Daniel describes being disappointed by receiving free movie tickets to show that we often respond to God's grace with disappointment that we didn't get to save ourselves. Comfortable in My Seat Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7697-lillian_daniel_comfortable_in_my_seat Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Change , Comfort , Devotion Source: Day1 In this devotional for Luke 14:8, Lillian Daniel reflects on how we often refuse to change out of a desire for comfort, it's only a matter of time until God changes our circumstances anyway. Can't Anyone Move Here? Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6346-lillian_daniel_cant_anyone_move_here Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Family , Church , Hospitality , Intergenerational issues Source: Day1 "For those of us far away from our families, the church is a tender place." In this brief devotional, Lillian Daniel examines how the church can serve as an intergenerational connection for those who are sojourners.... Plan to Be an Outstanding Houseguest Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6250-lillian_daniel_plan_to_be_an_outstanding_houseguest Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Pride , Christ , Paul , Arrogance Source: Day1 In this devotional on Romans 15:29, Lillian Daniel examines what she calls, "Paul’s seemingly arrogant words" to show how often we need to take our egos out of a situation and replace them with Christ. Acting Out on the Airplane Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/3522-lillian_daniel_acting_out_on_the_airplane Sermon Illustration by Lillian Daniel Topics: Family , Compassion , Goodness , Patience Source: Day1 In a New Year's reflection on patience, Lillian Daniel describes an experience with a trouble-maker on a flight--and how Jesus showed up. Mansions of Mysterious Metaphors Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7946-lillian_daniel_mansions_of_mysterious_metaphors Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Mystery , Metaphor , Kingdom of God , God's Presence Source: Day1 In this devotional for John 14:2, Lillian Daniel reflects that while we don't understand everything, we need not be afraid, for Christ's presence is still with us. A Savior in Work Boots Article by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5497-lillian_daniel_a_savior_in_work_boots Article by Lillian Daniel Topics: Advent , Repentance , Justice , Wealth and poverty Source: Day1 In this Advent devotional, Lillian Daniel reminds us that Advent is a time to repent. She reflects on economic injustices in our society and wonders how our Savior in work boots would feel. We All Have Debts Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6217-lillian_daniel_we_all_have_debts Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Blessing , Forgiveness , Prayer Source: Day1 "Ask God for what you need for this day... Ask for your daily bread. Then, while you two are talking, why not also ask God to forgive your debts?" A reflection by Lillian Daniel. Losing Your Calling Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5342-lillian_daniel_losing_your_calling Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Leadership , Ministry , Pastoral leadership , Calling Source: Day1 In this devotional on Samuel 4:18, Lillian Daniel uses the downfall of Eli to warn against the danger of losing your calling by not recognizing when it is time to step away. A Finger Can Block Out the Sun Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6150-lillian_daniel_a_finger_can_block_out_the_sun Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Attributes of God , Self deception , Devotion Source: Day1 In this devotional on John 1:5, Lillian Daniel uses an anecdote about how our finger can block our view of the sun to show that often we ourselves are our biggest stumbling block. It's Not Your Book Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5921-lillian_daniel_its_not_your_book Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Scripture , Community , Scripture Reading , Bible Source: Day1 In this devotion on Acts 17:11, Lillian Daniel encourages reading the Bible as a community, like the first Christians (and many to follow) did. Sing Once, Pray Twice, or Just Sing Already Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7434-lillian_daniel_sing_once_pray_twice_or_just_sing_already Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Praise , Singing , Music , Worship Source: Day1 In this devotional for Psalm 150:3, Lillian Daniel reflects on how worship music and the variety of ways in which we can participate in a church service are done for God, not for other people. A Clear Conscience Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5075-lillian_daniel_a_clear_conscience Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Confession , Conscience , Judgment Source: Day1 A devotional on 1 Corinthians 4:4 that reminds us that God judges all: the innocent, the guilty, and those who have themselves in entirely the wrong category. This is why we need prayers of confession. So You Can't Carry a Tune in a Bucket Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/5161-lillian_daniel_so_you_cant_carry_a_tune_in_a_bucket Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Worship , Singing , Music Source: Day1 In this devotion, Lillian Daniel reminds us that God receives our praise regardless of whether we sing in tune or not. Is God Responsible for Everything? Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/7502-lillian_daniel_is_god_responsible_for_everything Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: God , Deuteronomy Source: Day1 Reflection on Deuteronomy 6:4, Lillian Daniel shares a song sung by a group of teenagers from different religious backgrounds and highlights that God is not responsible for hate; we do that ourselves.

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