The Gospel of John: What Happens When We Believe

Connect with the God of the Universe with the Gospel of John

“The Gospel of John takes us on a journey to understand what happens when we believe in Jesus.”

When it comes to reading the Bible and finding a daily devotional, there is no better place than starting with the Gospel of John. In this short read, you can find 21 devotional daily pages that will help you connect with God, grow in your faith, and share Jesus with others.

Each daily devotional page shares a passage from one chapter of the Gospel of John, shares why it is important, and then gives you three steps to help you apply it to your life.

This is a great place to start if you are looking for a devotional book as a new Christian or as someone who has been walking with Jesus for a long time. The best part is that each day is a quick read so you can fit it in at any point in your day to be sure and connect with God.

If you are ready to start a daily devotional habit, start right here with the Gospel of John and begin to see how your life can change with understanding what happens when we believe. 


Meet J.R. Heimbigner

J.R. Heimbigner lives with his wife and three daughters in the beautiful countryside of eastern Washington state. Their five-acre hobby farm creates a wide-open space that has brought him and his family closer to God over the last few years.

While he started his writing journey trying to help people chase their dreams, it continued into the productivity and self-help spaces before God took hold of his heart and directed him to start sharing his faith through his writing.

Now, you will find him looking for ways to help connect people with the creator of the universe. Not pushing his faith on people, but sharing it with those who are open to having the conversation. His books have been written in the same manner. Openness, honestly, and stories of experiencing a faith journey that he wants to share with others.

Do It Scared: 20 Devotional Readings to Turn Scaredy-Cats into Warriors - ASIN B08GR8SP96

The transformation from scaredy-cat to warrior is a process of increasing trust in God. Confidence that God is Who He says He is, and that He will do what He’s said He will do. It’s an ever-increasing awareness that God is with you, so you need not allow fear to control you.  
Courage is not the absence of fear. It’s a decision to do what you must do even though you’re terrified. If you wait until you overcome your dread, you will never do anything meaningful. Sometimes, you just have to trust God and do it scared.
This little volume of 20 devotional readings will help set you free from being a scaredy-cat who stays in the safety of the boat when Jesus calls you to walk on water. They will make it easier for you to take risks you know God wants you to take. They will teach you that you can step out of your comfort zone and do daring exploits.
They won’t eliminate fear from your life, but they will nudge you to live like the warrior God created you to be. They will provide the encouragement to do what God wants you to do even if you must do it scared.

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Meet Steve Wilmot

Steve Wilmot is a reforming-scaredy-cat who God is changing into a warrior by applying the lessons in this book. It’s an ongoing War on Fear he fights often. But his journey finds him further down the road every day.

He married his college sweetheart in 1974. He and Becki have been married for the best 46 years of his life. Their four grown children and eight grandchildren keep them busy and fill them with joy.

Steve retired from the United States Postal Service in 2017 after nearly 25 years as a rural mail carrier. No longer a bi-vocational pastor, Steve focuses his energies on family, building believers through small group connections, and writing novels and devotionals. His weekly column, “Pastor’s Ponderings,” has been printed in two area newspapers for over a decade.

In his spare time, he loves to read, work in his garden and landscaping around his house, and relax on his porch swing. Steve also enjoys speaking from God’s Word and sharing his spiritual journey at churches and conferences.

More Strength: Fighting in the Strength of God

Sometimes we need to fight. We need to fight against things like addiction, cancer, unemployment, fear. We fight for things, our children, our marriages, our nation, peace. With our own strength we can only go so far, but with God’s strength we are powerful. These 30 experiences are for those who want to fight in the strength of God.

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