The WGTS 1-Minute Devotional is a short weekly positive thought from Chaplain Kumar to help you start the week and keep your eyes and mind focused on God and His promises.
 

1-Minute Devotional: Amazon Prime

Seeing one of these boxes sitting at my doorstep gets me really excited. And it's really shifted the way we think about how quickly we can get things.  

But there are some things worth waiting for. I was reminded recently of what it says in James 5:8 about being patient as we wait for the Lord's return. This week, remember to wait on the Lord, because His timing is perfect. 

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1-Minute Devotional: Alive in Christ

No matter what kind of day you're having, or what somebody else says about you, if you're alive in Christ, you have hope in this moment.

Kristian Stanfill, Melodie Malone, and Brett Younker from Passion share this special 1-Minute Devotional this week to remind you of the amazing future that is waiting for you.

 

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1-Minute Devotional: Rock

The Bible talks a lot about rocks. They're strong, they can't easily be broken, and provide a solid foundation.

This week, I want to encourage you that if you ever need a reminder that God is on your side, to look at a rock!
 
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1-Minute Devotional: Grandpa

You never know the kind of impact you're going to have on the people you encounter. I share the story of a chance encounter my grandfather had with some missionaries that changed the trajectory of his and my life forever.

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1-Minute Devotional: Ear buds

I don't know about you, but so often I want God to listen to me, when I really should be listening for Him. It's so easy to become tuned out and distracted in life that we miss out on what God trying to tell us.

This week, I want you to be conscientious of what might be distracting you from hearing God's voice.

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1-Minute Devotional: Bracelet

My son bought me this special bracelet with his birthday money a couple of weeks ago, in the hopes of getting another one that matched. The cool thing is that it helps remind me of him, and to pray for him.
 
The Bible reminds us to pray for others as well. Is there something you have that can remind you to pray for someone?

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1-Minute Devotional: All Access Pass

Getting access to someone important can sometimes require pulling the right strings, knowing the right people, and occasionally fortunate circumstances.

Chaplain Kumar wants you to know you have an all access pass to the most important figure in the universe.

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1-Minute Devotional: Dollar

No matter how broken you may feel, Chaplain Kumar wants you to know how much God thinks you're really worth.

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1-Minute Devotional: Wood

No matter what difficulties come your way, Chaplain Kumar wants you to know that nothing is too difficult for God to carve His masterpiece out of.

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1-Minute Devotional: Tile Tracker

I love this new tracker that uses GPS to help me find things like my keys in case I ever lose them. God has a wonderful promise you can cling to whenever you feel lost, or too far from Him.

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