Tania Gutekunst

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"Oh, the joys of those who do not follow the advice of the wicked, or stand around with sinners, or join in with mockers. But they delight in the law of the Lord, meditating on it day and night. They are like trees planted along the riverbank, bearing fruit each season. Their leaves never wither, and they prosper in all they do." - Psalm 1:1-3 [NLT]

Embrace ~ Encourage ~ Equip ~ Empower 

Daily Good: With All I Have

Jesus commands us to follow Him and not turn back when we put our hands to the plow. A relationship with Jesus is meant to be a relationship where you are “all in.” This means you lay down every card in your hand; you hold nothing back. When I finish preaching a message, I feel two different ways. I either feel utterly exhausted from pouring all of myself out, or I don’t feel that way. If I don’t feel exhausted, then I know I didn’t allow God all that I have. I held back. I kept something in my hand. 

In life, I want to love Jesus with all I have. I want to serve Jesus with all I have. I want to preach the Word with all that I have. I want to worship Jesus with all that I have. 

This book is a collection of devotions to point you to the Word. I cannot explain the great passion I have for God’s Word. It is a thirst that cannot be fully quenched. I continue to desire more, to want nothing more than more of Him and less of me. I am reminded of Psalm 63, my favorite Psalm.  Read it. It’s beautiful and I pray it becomes a prayer you cling to each day. 

May your soul thirst for the One higher than all, the Name above all names.

Daily Good: On the Road

We each are on a road, a journey that spans from birth to eternity if we so desire. From what I have seen in life, the road is never straight, the path is never easy and without struggle. But on the road, we meet Jesus and He walks with us along the journey if we want Him to be a part of our lives.


This book is a collection of devotions to point you to the Word. I cannot explain the great passion I have for God’s Word. It is a thirst that cannot be fully quenched. I continue to desire more, to want nothing more than more of Him and less of me. I am reminded of Psalm 63, my favorite Psalm. Read it. It’s beautiful and I pray it becomes a prayer you cling to each day.


May your soul thirst for the One higher than all, the Name above all names.