Daniella Whyte

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Peace that Restores the Soul (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 364)


Isaiah 26:3 (NLT)
You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you!

Many people cannot point to a time when their lives are un-rushed, un-hurried, and un-ragged. Multiple studies point to the fact that we are living in one of the most overworked and overwhelmed generations. We rush to work, to school, to church, back home, to the sporting event, to the play, to the store, to the bank, to the salon, to the doctor, to the beach. And at the end of the day, we are no better off than when we started. Read more…

Trusting For that Good Soulful Feeling (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 332)


Psalm 116:7 (NLT)
Let my soul be at rest again, for the Lord has been good to me.

When we talk and think about taking care of our physical bodies, we usually refer to exercise, dieting, good nutrition, regular check-ups at the doctor’s office, proper nutrition, and regular sleep. Without proper functioning in our physical bodies, it is unlikely that we will survive or thrive very long. All of these are good things to consider in order to grow and be physically strong and stable in our lives. Read more…

Opening the Empty Space to Be Filled (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 317)


Psalm 81:10 (NLT)
For it was I, the Lord your God, who rescued you from the land of Egypt. Open your mouth wide, and I will fill it with good things.

Emptiness is a sometimes difficult emotion to put into word. At times, it feels like a deep and hollow opening in the middle of the soul. At other times, it feels like being lost, with no direction or guidance. Still, at other times, it feels like tiredness, fatigue, even overwhelm. When you feel empty on the inside, nothing on the outside really matters because what is really empty is your soul and the soul is the most important part of us. Read more…

From the Inside Out (365 Days of Daring Faith – DAY 67)

From the Inside Out

Mark 7:15 (NLT)
It’s not what goes into your body that defiles you; you are defiled by what comes from your heart.

Do you pay attention to what goes into your body? Do you watch the food you eat, the way you diet, the weight you gain or don’t gain? When your body calls with ailments and illnesses, do you pick up the phone and take action? What about your heart? Do you care what goes into your heart as much as what goes into your body? Read more…

Prayer: Filled Us Up

Holy Father God, fill us with peace that passeth all understanding, joy unspeakable, and eternal tranquility and serenity of mind, heart, and soul. In Jesus name. Amen. Read more…

The Whole Me

Let me tell you a secret: I’m a whole person inside and out. Are you?

It troubles me to hear people who falsely believe they cannot be a whole person unless they have a man or a woman in their life. When I hear someone say of their boyfriend or girlfriend, their husband or wife, their best friend or coworker, that ‘this person completes me’, I automatically think that the person uttering those words does not understand what true love is and what real relationships are about.
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A Place of Quietness

Amidst the traffic of life’s way
Troubles without and within
Please come into our hearts, dear Lord
Into a quiet place therein.
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