Daniella Whyte

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Hopeful Expectations (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 262)


Psalm 130:5 (NLT)
I am counting on the Lord; yes, I am counting on him. I have put my hope in his word.

Isn’t it interesting how we tend to count on people more than God? We put faith in careers, relationships, activities, security, and even travel and have a good deal of expectation that people will do what they say, that we’ll arrive halfway around the world safe and sound, that we will be loved, and that our jobs are stable, and that our families are safe in the communities we live in. Read more…

Your Will Be Done Leads to Trust (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 258)


Matthew 6:10 (NLT)
May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.

God has a specific plan and purpose for each and every one of our lives. The Bible tells us that his ways are good and his plans are perfect. Part of being a believer and a participant in God’s family is being willing to search out God’s will and to allow his will to be done even when we don’t understand it and it seemingly doesn’t make sense. Read more…

Hope Versus Decision

How many times have we waited for things to happen? A family member to come back home? A marriage to work? A sick friend to get well? A child to do better in school? A new job? A new house? More friends? A better life? There is nothing wrong with hoping. Hope is the state of mind that allows us to anticipate a good result; it is the desire we have inside of us that wants something good to happen. The ability to hope removes fear from our lives. It helps us to see what is really going on above and beyond what we see in front of us.
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Anticipating Something More

I’ve often wondered what happened on the day after Good Friday. Of course, we know Jesus lay in the tomb on this day. But after all the events of the previous day, it is hard not to think of the questions that may have run through the minds of Mary, John, and even the other disciples. For these people who had followed Jesus all the way to the cross, I am sure they felt deep down in the recesses of their soul, that this could not be it, this could not be the end.
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