“For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.”

– Habakkuk 2:14

I can’t imagine what it would be like to tell the Apostle Paul that I, as a pastor, have the ability to preach a message that goes all over the globe. Yet thanks to the wonders of technology (and a team of very talented people), today, one sermon — given in a single location — can be heard in every continent on earth. This is the reality of the world we live in, and while we’re always quick to condemn the evils brought about by the electronic age, it might behoove us to focus on the positive. Just as a transformed society ultimately emerged after the Black Death pandemic in the 14th century, I believe the Lord is setting the stage for a revolutionary movement in history during this time. Rather than socialism or communism, which kill, I’m hopeful that what will emerge is a world in which the flow of information will lead to a free exchange of ideas that makes government less important. Just as stock brokers, travel agents, and other “middle men” have become increasingly irrelevant thanks to the internet, I am convinced that access to a wealth of knowledge has the power to shape a culture that is less reliant on politicians and so-called experts. All of this is to say that I’m confident there is more positive potential today than we realize. As Christians, we can take heart because God has positioned us at this unique point in history on purpose. He is doing something great in His Church, and He’s inviting us to take part in the divine movement already stirring in the hearts and souls of millions! 

My friend, your Savior doesn’t make mistakes, and He chose you to be alive today! While many people are digesting and ruminating on the negative messages that seek to engulf them, you are a positive leader who keeps your head above the sea of confusion. The Lord is doing something glorious in your heart right now, and He is using this season to prepare you for your role in His revival. You are chosen to carry the Good News of the Gospel to everyone you encounter, so keep pressing into God’s presence and make yourself available to His greater plan and purpose!


Jesus, I want to be a part of what you’re doing in the world today. Give me eyes to see as you do and equip me to be an ambassador of hope.


What is the Lord calling you to do in this season?


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5 Responses

  1. I am so thankful for these devotionals each morning, each one is always relatable. I use these along with another devotion. God bless you, your family and your ministry

  2. I believe that he is calling me to be a beacon of light in this dark season of Covid -19
    There is light at the end of the tunnel.I hope and pray that there will be a safe and approved vaccine for all.I hope and pray that the Hour of Power will continue its mission of reaching out to the farthest ends of the World with the positive and uplifting messages of God.And to Pastor Bobby Schuller and his beautiful family that they stay safe healthy and happy.To the Hour of Power Choir under the direction of Dr Irene Messalores much love and blessings.To Dr Mark Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra much thanks for the music.As always I remain a faithful viewer and Happy and Wholesome Student in Jesus Christ.May God bless all of you

    1. Beautifully written Donna. How blessed we are to receive these devotions every day and I thank Pastor Bobby for his positive messages of hope. May God continue to guide this country and help us to correct the many wrongs we have done to his fantastic creation. Help us to strive for Peace and understanding with all mankind and recognize our sameness and accept our differences. Bless this ministry, it speaks to my heart as it does to so many others. To God be the glory!

  3. I try watching you on TBN every Saturday night, uplifting to me. Am thankful I can watch it in the comfort of my home. What a great family. Blessings to and all you do

  4. Amen. I echo your sentiments. And add the following:

    Watch. Stand fast in the faith. Have courage. Be strong. Let all that you do be done with love. 1 Cor 16: 13-14

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