Daniella Whyte

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All the Parts Make the Whole (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 351)


Romans 12:4-5 (NLT)
Just as our bodies have many parts and each part has a special function, so it is with Christ’s body. We are many parts of one body, and we all belong to each other.

It is interesting that the church is compared to the physical body. Without any one part of our body in place and fully functioning, it can be said that we cannot fully operate at our highest capacity. The church is a lot like this. If everyone is merely pew warming and not fully participating, then the church will not function at its highest capacity. Read more…

The Continuous Rhythm of Life (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 307)


Matthew 4:10 (NLT)
You must worship the Lord your God and serve only him.

A lot of times, we tend to believe that worship only happens when we go to church. Nothing could be further from the truth. While the time we spend in church is indeed a period in our lives in which we need to focus solely on God and celebrate who he is through song, prayer, and preaching, it does not start or end there. Worship is part of the evidence of God’s life within us and if God lives in us every day of the week, we should worship him accordingly. Read more…

Get Up and Go!

At one point or another in each of our lives, we will hear God tell us to go to a certain place or position ourselves in a certain way so that He can use us for His glory. There are places that He wants us to be at specific times so that He can show Himself through our lives or message in the life of other people. In order to be faithful servants of our Heavenly Father, we need to be willing to listen to Him and faithfully follow His commands.
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What Are You Doing?

Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails. – Proverbs 19:21, NIV

People often ask “How are you doing?” This is such a common question that many people don’t even think about it when they ask it, including me. I ask this question lots of times, oftentimes of people I don’t know. Most times I get responses such as “Fine”, “Good”, or “Okay”. Other times, the responses are more interesting like these, “Getting by”, “Can’t wait to go home,” “Can’t wait for lunch,” or as one woman told me, “I’m frustrated.”
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