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God will sustain you

Verse of the Day:
Isaiah 46:4b NIV

‘I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.’


— There is nothing too difficult for God to do.
— He made you, and He knows you in great detail.
— The Lord has undertaken to help you on this voyage of life.
— He will carry you; He will sustain you and He will rescue you.


Lord, thank You that You are the strength of my life. You know exactly what I need and exactly when I need it, and You step in to strengthen and enable me when I need it most. Amen.

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2 SAMUEL 22 Recognizing God as the source of every deliverance and blessing, David offers his praise and thanksgiving.

GALATIANS 2 Having asserted the divine origin of the gospel he proclaimed, Paul proceeds to show that it stands on its own merit and does not require human validation.

EZEKIEL 29 Ezekiel pronounces God’s judgment on Egypt.

PSALM 15 David describes the ethical qualifications for dwelling in fellowship with the Lord.

PSALM 16 David records by prophecy a prayer of Christ that climaxes in His expressed confidence and assurance of resurrection.

Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible Notes (Beeke, Joel R. 2015. Reformation Heritage Books).

Bible Reading Inspiration By George Mueller

In his attempt to stress the immense value of not only reading but also pondering and applying the scriptures, George Mueller is quoted to have said the following words:

I saw that the most important thing I had to do was to give myself to the reading of the word of God, and to meditation on it. . . . What is the food of the inner man? Not prayer, but the word of God; and . . . not the simple reading of the word of God, so that it only passes through our minds, just as water runs through a pipe, but considering what we read, pondering over it, and applying it to our hearts.

Who is George Mueller?

George Mueller was an avid Bible reader. He read the Bible between five to ten times more than he read any other book and before he died, he had read through the Bible almost 200 times.

In the Book, George Mueller’s Strategy for Showing God, John Piper tells us that George Mueller was also a man of faith who never asked any person for money. However, through prayer alone, he received millions of dollars (in today’s currency) that he used in very many ways in God’s service including supporting missionaries, educating destitute children, and caring for more than 10,000 orphans in his five orphanages in England. George Mueller pastored the same church for more than 68 years and throughout this time, he never took a salary in his ministry but trusted God to put in people’s hearts to send him what he needed. He never took out a loan or went into debt.

A Daily Dose of Inspirational Thoughts.

Today’s Thought Provoker

Thank You, Lord

One of the keys to a happy and successful Christian life is a grateful heart. No matter what your circumstances are, if you trust in God and know that God is guiding and providing for your life, you will not need to worry or fret. You may feel inconvenienced at times, but you know that God is letting you go through some circumstances because He has a wonderful plan for you that will be for your permanent good. Does not the Bible say that “…all things work together for good to them that love God…” (Rom. 8:28)?

The apostle Paul, who lived a victorious Christian life, further says that he learned this lesson: “…in whatever state I am, to be content” (Phil. 4:11, NKJV). This is the key to happy, Christian living.

The following poem, “Everyday Thanksgiving,” can help us maintain a happy state of mind despite the troubles and bumps we experience on our journey.

Even though I clutch my blanket and growl when the alarm rings. Thank you, Lord, that I can hear. There are many who are deaf.

Even though I keep my eyes tightly closed against the morning light as long as possible. Thank you, Lord, that I can see. There are many who are blind.

Even though I huddle in my bed and put off the effort of rising. Thank you, Lord, that I have the strength to rise… There are many who are bedridden.

Even though the first hour of my day is hectic, when socks are lost, toast is burned, tempers are short, Thank you, Lord, for my family. There are many who are lonely.

Even though our breakfast table never looks like the picture in magazines and the menu is at times unbalanced, thank you, Lord, for the food we have. There are many who are hungry.

Even though the routine of my job often is monotonous. Thank you, Lord, for the opportunity to work. There are many who have no job. Even though I grumble and bemoan my fate from day to day and wish my circumstances were not modest. Thank you, Lord, for the gift of life. Look back and thank God.

Look forward and trust God.

Look around and serve God.

So have a grateful heart and you will have a happy and successful Christian life.

Grumbling and gratitude are, for the child of God, in conflict. Be grateful and you won’t grumble. Grumble and you won’t be grateful.
— Billy Graham

Rosete, Simeon. Inspiring Thoughts to Jump-Start Your Day. TEACH Services, Inc.

Begin and end your day with prayers to God

Daily Morning & Evening Prayers

Do not be troubled if you do not immediately receive from God what you ask Him; for He desires to do something even greater for you, while you cling to Him in prayer.
— Evagrius Ponticus

Importance of Prayer. How much do you value prayer?

How important is prayer to you? Is there any evidence that shows that prayer is a conscious necessity in your life? Do you take it as an indispensable daily requirement in your life that just can’t be postponed?

Consider the example of Christ’s prayer life:

Prayer to our Lord was more important than preaching, for he taught men to pray, but we have no record that he ever taught them to preach (Matt 6:5-15).

Christ’s earthly ministry began in prayer (Luke 3:31), continued in prayer, and ended in prayer (Luke 23:34).

And if our Lord Jesus Christ prioritized prayer this much, how much more do we need to do so in our own lives, which are so sinful and needy, and filled with fear and danger?

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