I just reading the Our Daily Bread devotional for today December 18th. 2018 and I love how it was written. I admire the actions of the author of todays reading, how he carried his sons and Iadmire how it relates to how God carried and possibly kissed Moses at the end of Moses’ life.
Surely for the past few months I have gone through weary moments and times, but when the time comes I believe I will be with Jesus a d His Father. For the time is coming when I shall receive true (documented ) salvation (more on this in another post).
Check out todays devotional The Great Awakening.
Good morning readers,
Here I’d like to share what I learned from a devotional this morning and pictures from the devotional itself.
The scripture below, as I read it, connected with knowing God’s heart. It is by God’s Spirit that we can know His heart.
But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God. For what man knows the things of a man except the spirit of the man which is in him? Even so no one knows the things of God except the Spirit of God. Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things that have been freely given to us by God.
I Corinthians 2:10-12 NKJV
Craig Denison and First15 provided the plan Knowing God’s Heart for YouVersion.
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We Won’t Break
That is the title of Our Daily Bread Devotional for today. I respond by saying, ‘Amen.’
Here is an excerpt from the reading:
After Jesus affirms that the greatest treasures are not earthly or temporary, He encourages us to release our anxious thoughts. The Creator and Sustainer of the universe loves and provides for His children, so we don’t have to waste our precious time worrying. God knows our needs and will care for us (Matthew 6:19–32).
Also, I encourage you all to read the devotional from March 1st-especially if you tend to worry about things Christians don’t need to worry about when we trust God. Before bed some thoughts came to my mind, and I had to purposefully remind myself to trust God and go to sleep! 😅
I give thanks to God because I woke up today and after a few seconds, I remembered what I wanted to get done this morning, then I got a burst of energy and hopped right out of bed!
This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it!
Growing up in the 90’s and early 2000’s I don’t recall looking for Waldo in a book. Though I do remember those books where you had to search for a few listed items in a mixed up crowded photo.
Anyhow, todays Our Daily Bread devotional starts out with an introduction about kids finding Waldo and being excited once they find him. The point of the story is that we as Christians have the responsibility to help others know Jesus and even to lead them in accepting Christ into their lives. Like what the disciple did for the Ethiopian eunuch. The Ethiopian eunuch was ready and willing to accept Christ. He was even open to being baptized when he saw that there was a body of water nearby.
Praise the Lord! This is such a wonderful story that I enjoyed reading.
Friends, if you have not accepted Christ into your heart and life, you can do so now. Head on over to the salvation page on the blog to find out how you can receive Jesus into your heart and life.
Thank you for reading! If you’ve accepted Christ today, comment below so I can pray for you in your faith walk/journey.