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Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 Today Message

Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 ODB Message
Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 Today Message

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Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 Today Message

TODAY’S TOPIC: REALLY ALIVE

Bible in a Year: 2 Samuel 12–13; Luke 16

Key Verse: “There will be no more death.” Revelation 21:4

Today’s Scripture: Revelation 21:1–7

Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 ODB Message Insight

Today’s passage gives us a glimpse of heaven, describing it as a physical place (Revelation 21:1–2). Jesus said He was going to prepare a place for us (John 14:2–3), and this promise is fulfilled in the Holy City, the New Jerusalem, (Revelation 21:2). While it’s a great comfort that heaven is a perfect place (v. 4), the most important thing is that it’s the dwelling place of God (v. 3).

In this final vision of the beginning of eternity (21:1–22:9), John hears Christ declaring, “It is done” (21:6). The New Living Translation renders it, “It is finished!” echoing Christ’s victorious cry from the cross (John 19:30). Sin’s curse will one day be completely removed and reversed (Revelation 21:4–5; see Genesis 3:16–19). By: K. T. Sim

Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 Today Message

Since it was the week after Easter, our five-year-old son, Wyatt, had heard plenty of resurrection talk. He always had questions—usually real stumpers. I was driving, and he was buckled into his seat behind me. Wyatt peered out the window, deep in thought. “Daddy,” he said, pausing and preparing to ask me a tough one. “When Jesus brings us back to life, are we going to be really alive—or just alive in our heads?”

This is the question so many of us carry, whether or not we have the courage to speak it aloud. Is God really going to heal us? Is He really going to raise us from the dead? Is He really going to keep all His promises?

The apostle John describes our certain future as “a new heaven and a new earth” (Revelation 21:1). In that holy city, “God himself will be with [us] and be [our] God” (v. 3). Because of Christ’s victory, we’re promised a future where there’s no more tears, no evil arrayed against God and His people. In this good future, “There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away” (v. 4).

In other words, in the future God promises, we’ll be really alive. We’ll be so alive that our life now will seem a mere shadow. By: Winn Collier

Reflect: Where do you experience death in your life? If God promises that death is doomed and we’re going to really live, how does this renew your hope?

Prayer: God, You said death will meet its end and You promise me genuine life. Thank You.

Our Daily Bread for 21 April 2022 Today Message

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Catholic Daily Gospel Reflection 21st April 2022 Thursday

Daily Gospel Reflection 21 April 2022 | Thursday in the Octave of Easter

Catholic Daily Gospel Reflection 21st April 2022 Thursday

Read and Meditate on Today’s Catholic Daily Gospel Reflections for Thursday 21 April 2022. God bless you as you read!

CATHOLIC DAILY GOSPEL REFLECTION 21ST APRIL 2022 THURSDAY

While they were still incredulous for joy and were amazed, he asked them, “Have you anything here to eat?” They gave him a piece of baked fish; he took it and ate it in front of them. Luke 24:41–43

“Incredulous for joy!” What a great description of the disciples’ reaction to Jesus! To be “incredulous” means that the disciples were not sure what to believe. They were hesitant to believe in what they were seeing. There was Jesus, whom they saw crucified, standing before them with the wounds in His hands and feet. He was talking to them and asked for something to eat. They were in a bit of shock, disbelief and uncertainty.

But the description says that they were incredulous “for joy!” It’s as if they were waiting to explode with joy, they wanted to experience joy in what they were seeing, but something was holding them back. It all seemed to be too good. Was it true? Could it be that Jesus really conquered death and was once again back with them?

Thursday Reflections | Daily Gospel Reflection 21st April 2022

This reaction of the disciples reveals an experience that we all have at times when invited by God to enter into His glory and grace. So often, when God invites us closer to Himself, when He invites us to experience the joy of His Resurrection, we react with hesitancy. We can find it hard to actually let ourselves experience the reality of the Resurrection in our lives.

This can happen for many reasons. Discouragement is one cause for our hesitancy to fully embrace the Resurrection. The disciples were deeply discouraged at the death of Jesus. And now that He had risen, and was standing there before them, they were hesitant to let go of that discouragement they let take hold.

So also, we can easily let the weight of the world, our sin, or the sins of others get to us. We can get angry or upset and find ourselves brewing over the apparent problems we face. Taking joy in the Resurrection means we turn our eyes away from those things and look intently at the realities God wants us to focus on.

It does no good to become discouraged with the many problems that come our way. Instead, our Lord is regularly calling us to look beyond them to something greater. He is calling us to look to His victory! Looking at His victory is freeing and produces an incredible faith in our lives. And that faith in the Risen Lord will have the effect of a wonderful joy that God wants us to have.

Reflect, today, upon your own reaction to the reality of the Resurrection of our Lord. Spend some time today gazing upon the Risen Lord. Look at His victory. Look at His glory. Look at Him who calls you to a deep faith. With your eyes fixed on Him, all else that tempts you to discouragement simply fades away.

My resurrected Lord, I do want to gaze upon You. I want to see Your splendor and glory. I want to see You risen from the dead and take great joy and delight in this reality. Help me, dear Lord, to experience the incredible joy that comes from knowing You, our Resurrected Lord. Jesus, I trust in You.

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NSPPD ALTAR OF FIRE 20th April 2022 with Pastor Jerry Eze

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Daily Bible Verse of the Day 20th April 2022 | Wednesday

Daily Bible Verse of the Day 20th April 2022

Daily Bible Verse of the Day 20th April 2022

Read and Meditate on Today’s Daily Bible Verse of the Day Wednesday 20th April 2022. May the Lord bless you as you study His Word!

DAILY BIBLE VERSE OF THE DAY 20TH APRIL 2022, WEDNESDAY

VERSE OF THE DAY: But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Matthew 6:33, NIV

Other Translations…

KJV – But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

ISV But first be concerned about God’s kingdom and his righteousness,[a] and all of these things will be provided for you as well.

HCSB But seek first the kingdom of God[a] and His righteousness, and all these things will be provided for you.

What Does ‘Seek First the Kingdom of God’ Mean?

So practically, what does it mean to “seek first the Kingdom”? It means that you look to God and His Kingdom first for everything you need, including your purpose in life, your daily provision, your creative inspiration, your business ideas, your family relationships, everything. As you keep God and your relationship with Him in the center of your life, “all these things will be added unto you.”

Even more specifically, to “seek first the Kingdom” means to understand and embrace your unique design in God’s Kingdom. The unique gifts and talents God has equipped you with are designed to both bring you life and also be used by God to release the transformative power of His Kingdom on earth.

As you do that, God is faithful to release vision, provision, opportunity, and authority to walk in the assignment He has created for you. Walking in your assignment in God’s Kingdom assures His favor and provision for your life.

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Daily Prayer For 20th April 2022 | Wednesday

Daily Prayer For 20th April 2022 | Wednesday

Daily Prayer For 20th April 2022 | Wednesday

Welcome to Today’s Daily Prayer for Wednesday 20 April 2022. May the Lord answer your prayers in Jesus’ name, Amen!

WEDNESDAY DAILY PRAYER FOR 20TH APRIL 2022

Bible Verse: Galatians 3:13-14 – “Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree: That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith.”

Motivational Quote: The grace to attract blessings and reject curses abounds in Christ Jesus.

Prophetic Word: Let every parental curse under which you labour, break by fire, in the name of Jesus.

PRAYER POINTS for 20 April 2022 Wednesday

MORNING
1. Let the same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead break any parental curse upon me now, in the name of Jesus.
2. Let the evil presence behind my case disappear now, in the name of Jesus.
3. I reject curses and I claim blessings, in the name of Jesus.

EVENING
4. Let heavens begin to defend me, in the name of Jesus.
5. O Lord, pour Your oil into my life and heal my roots, in the name of Jesus.
6. O Lord, deliver me from any curse hindering me, in the name of Jesus.
7. Every curse issued from the coven against me, break, in the name of Jesus.

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Daily Reflections 20th April 2022 | Catholic Gospel Reflection

Daily Gospel Reflections 20 April 2022 for Wednesday

Catholic Daily Reflections 20th April 2022 | Gospel Reflection

Read and Meditate on Catholic Gospel Reflections for Wednesday 20th April 2022. God bless you as you study today!

April 20, 2022 Catholic Daily Gospel Reflections – Wednesday in the Octave of Easter

Today’s Topic: Recognizing Jesus in Your Daily Life

Scripture: That very day, the first day of the week, two of Jesus’ disciples were going to a village seven miles from Jerusalem called Emmaus, and they were conversing about all the things that had occurred. And it happened that while they were conversing and debating, Jesus himself drew near and walked with them, but their eyes were prevented from recognizing him. Luke 24:13–16

Catholic Daily Reflections 20th April 2022 | Gospel Reflection

This appearance of Jesus to two of His disciples is intriguing and fascinating. They were quite distraught and didn’t seem to know what to think about Jesus’ death. They had hoped He was the Messiah but then He was killed. And then there were some who claimed His tomb was empty. What should they make of all this?

As the story goes on, Jesus “interpreted to them what referred to him in all the Scriptures.” With that, these disciples realized that this man with whom they were speaking had incredible wisdom and understanding, so they invited Him to stay with them. Jesus stayed and sat down with them in their home. While there, Scripture says that “he took bread, said the blessing, broke it, and gave it to them. With that their eyes were opened and they recognized him, but he vanished from their sight.”

Again, this is intriguing and fascinating. Why did Jesus appear to them, conceal who He was, sit down and break bread with them, allow them to suddenly recognize Him and then vanish into thin air? Well, He did it for a reason and we should be very attentive to this.

Jesus wanted those disciples, as well as all of us, to know that He who rose from the dead was very much alive and that we would recognize Him in the breaking of the bread. We would recognize Him in the Most Holy Eucharist!

Daily Reflections 20th April 2022 | Gospel Reflection

This appearance of Jesus to these disciples was, in fact, an appearance to teach all of us the simple truth of His presence in the Eucharist. It was at that moment, as they “took bread, said the blessing, broke it,” that Jesus was suddenly made manifest to their minds and souls. Jesus is alive in the Eucharist! But it also tells us that He is veiled in the Eucharist. This combination of being veiled and truly present gives us wonderful guidance in our faith.

Jesus is here, right now, in our presence, but we most likely do not see Him. But He is truly here! These disciples were in the presence of Jesus and they did not realize it. The same is true for us. We are constantly in His presence and we do not realize it. This is especially true when we are at Mass but it is also true in countless other ways throughout our day. We must commit ourselves to seeing Him, to recognizing Him and to adoring Him. We must discover the resurrected presence of Jesus all around us.

Too often we think that our Lord is present only in extraordinary ways. But that is not true! He is constantly present to us in very ordinary ways. He is here with us right now, loving us, speaking to us, and calling us to love Him. Do you see Him? Do you recognize His presence?

Reflect, today, upon the experience of these disciples. If you were them, you’d be blessed to be in the presence of the Savior of the world. What an honor! The truth is that God is with you now and always. He is constantly with you and is constantly speaking with you. Look for Him and listen to His voice. You may be surprised at how near He really is.

My ever-present Lord, thank You for loving me so much that You are always with me. Help me to see You and to recognize Your gentle and still voice. Give me the eyes of faith to see You present in the Most Holy Eucharist, and help me to discern Your presence in every ordinary event of my day. I love You, dear Lord. Jesus, I trust in You.

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Catholic Daily Mass Readings for 20th April 2022

Daily Mass Readings 20 April 2022 Catholic Wednesday
Catholic Daily Mass Readings for 20th April 2022

Read and Meditate on Catholic Daily Mass Readings for Wednesday, 20 April 2022 – Easter Wednesday.

Catholic Daily Mass Readings for 20th April 2022

First Reading: Acts 3: 1-10
Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 105: 1-2, 3-4, 6-7, 8-9
Alleluia: Psalms 118: 24
Gospel: Luke 24: 13-35
Lectionary: 263

First Reading: Acts 3: 1-10
1 Now Peter and John went up into the temple at the ninth hour of prayer.

2 And a certain man who was lame from his mother’s womb, was carried: whom they laid every day at the gate of the temple, which is called Beautiful, that he might ask alms of them that went into the temple.

3 He, when he had seen Peter and John about to go into the temple, asked to receive an alms.

4 But Peter with John fastening his eyes upon him, said: Look upon us.

5 But he looked earnestly upon them, hoping that he should receive something of them.

6 But Peter said: Silver and gold I have none; but what I have, I give thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, arise, and walk.

7 And taking him by the right hand, he lifted him up, and forthwith his feet and soles received strength.

8 And he leaping up, stood, and walked, and went in with them into the temple, walking, and leaping, and praising God.

9 And all the people saw him walking and praising God.

10 And they knew him, that it was he who sat begging alms at the Beautiful gate of the temple: and they were filled with wonder and amazement at that which had happened to him.

Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 105: 1-2, 3-4, 6-7, 8-9
R. (3b) Rejoice, O hearts that seek the Lord.

or

R. Alleluia.

Catholic Daily Mass Readings for 20th April 2022 Wednesday

1 Alleluia. Give glory to the Lord, and call upon his name: declare his deeds among the Gentiles.

2 Sing to him, yea sing praises to him: relate all his wondrous works.

R. Rejoice, O hearts that seek the Lord.

or

R. Alleluia.

3 Glory ye in his holy name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the Lord.

4 Seek ye the Lord, and be strengthened: seek his face evermore.

R. Rejoice, O hearts that seek the Lord.

or

R. Alleluia.

6 O ye seed of Abraham his servant; ye sons of Jacob his chosen.

7 He is the Lord our God: his judgments are in all the earth.

R. Rejoice, O hearts that seek the Lord.

or

R. Alleluia.

8 He hath remembered his covenant for ever: the word which he commanded to a thousand generations.

9 Which he made to Abraham; and his oath to Isaac:

R. Rejoice, O hearts that seek the Lord.

or

R. Alleluia.

Alleluia: Psalms 118: 24
R. Alleluia, alleluia.

24 This is the day the LORD has made; let us be glad and rejoice in it.

Daily Mass Readings 20th April 2022 Catholic Wednesday

R. Alleluia, alleluia.

Gospel: Luke 24: 13-35
13 And behold, two of them went, the same day, to a town which was sixty furlongs from Jerusalem, named Emmaus.

14 And they talked together of all these things which had happened.

15 And it came to pass, that while they talked and reasoned with themselves, Jesus himself also drawing near, went with them.

16 But their eyes were held, that they should not know him.

17 And he said to them: What are these discourses that you hold one with another as you walk, and are sad?

18 And the one of them, whose name was Cleophas, answering, said to him: Art thou only a stranger to Jerusalem, and hast not known the things that have been done there in these days?

19 To whom he said: What things? And they said: Concerning Jesus of Nazareth, who was a prophet, mighty in work and word before God and all the people;

20 And how our chief priests and princes delivered him to be condemned to death, and crucified him.

21 But we hoped, that it was he that should have redeemed Israel: and now besides all this, today is the third day since these things were done.

22 Yea and certain women also of our company affrighted us, who before it was light, were at the sepulchre,

23 And not finding his body, came, saying, that they had also seen a vision of angels, who say that he is alive.

24 And some of our people went to the sepulchre, and found it so as the women had said, but him they found not.

25 Then he said to them: O foolish, and slow of heart to believe in all things which the prophets have spoken.

26 Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and so to enter into his glory?

27 And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded to them in all the scriptures, the things that were concerning him.

28 And they drew nigh to the town, whither they were going: and he made as though he would go farther.

29 But they constrained him; saying: Stay with us, because it is towards evening, and the day is now far spent. And he went in with them.

30 And it came to pass, whilst he was at table with them, he took bread, and blessed, and brake, and gave to them.

31 And their eyes were opened, and they knew him: and he vanished out of their sight.

32 And they said one to the other: Was not our heart burning within us, whilst he spoke in this way, and opened to us the scriptures?

33 And rising up, the same hour, they went back to Jerusalem: and they found the eleven gathered together, and those that were staying with them,

34 Saying: The Lord is risen indeed, and hath appeared to Simon.

35 And they told what things were done in the way; and how they knew him in the breaking of the bread.

The readings on this page are taken from the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible. You can also read the Mass Readings taken from the New Jerusalem Bible, which is used at Mass in most of the English-speaking world. (References, Copyrights).

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20th April 2022 Our Daily Bread | Love Is Worth the Risk

Our Daily Bread 20th April 2022 Topic: Love Is Worth the Risk

20th April 2022 Our Daily Bread | Love Is Worth the Risk

Our Daily Bread Today Devotional 20 April 2022 Wednesday: Helping you connect with God. Every day, Every way.

Today’s Topic: Love Is Worth the Risk

Bible in a Year: 2 Samuel 9–11; Luke 15:11–32

Key Verse: “If you love me, keep my commands.” John 14:15

Today’s Scripture: John 21:15–19

20th April 2022 Our Daily Bread | Insight

The two verbs translated “love” in the Greek New Testament are phileō (“to be a friend of” [person or object] or to “have tender affection for”) and agapaō (“love founded in admiration, veneration, esteem”).

Both words are used in John 21:15–16. Jesus uses agapaō while Peter uses phileō. In verse 17, however, both Jesus and Peter use phileō. Some scholars find significance in the use of these two different words in John 21 while others don’t. Commentator Craig Keener notes: “The two Greek words for ‘love’ here are used interchangeably elsewhere in John.”

Peter had denied Christ three times (see John 18:15–18, 25–27). How gracious of Jesus to prompt him to affirm his love three times. Was Peter’s love authentic? Yes, authentic enough for him to live a life and die a death by which he would glorify God (see 21:18–19). By: Arthur Jackson

20th April 2022 Our Daily Bread | Message

After a friend ended our decade-long friendship without explanation, I began slipping back into my old habit of keeping people at arms’ length. While processing my grief, I pulled a tattered copy of The Four Loves by C. S. Lewis off my shelf. Lewis makes a powerful observation about love requiring vulnerability. He states there’s “no safe investment” when a person risks loving.

He suggests that loving “anything [will lead to] your heart being wrung and possibly broken.” Reading those words changed how I read the account of the third time Jesus appeared to His disciples after His resurrection (John 21:1–14), after Peter had betrayed Him not once but three times (18:15–27). Jesus said, “Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?” (21:15).

After experiencing the sting of betrayal and rejection, Jesus spoke to Peter with courage not fear, strength not weakness, selflessness not desperation. He displayed mercy not wrath by confirming His willingness to love.

Scripture reveals that “Peter was hurt because Jesus asked him the third time, ‘Do you love me?’ ” (v. 17). But when Jesus asked Peter to prove his love by loving others (vv. 15–17) and following Him (v. 19), He invited all His disciples to risk loving unconditionally. Each of us will have to answer when Jesus asks, “Do you love me?” Our answer will impact how we love others. By: Xochitl Dixon

Reflect: Why would a loving God ask His beloved children to risk being hurt for the sake of loving others like Jesus did? How can an intimate relationship with God help you feel safe enough to risk loving?

Prayer: Loving God, please break down every wall that keeps me from being vulnerable so I can love You and others with Spirit-empowered courage, compassion, and consistency.

20th April 2022 Our Daily Bread | Love Is Worth the Risk

Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

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Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

Today on NSPPD FIRE ALTAR at 7am Nigerian time, DAY 2 of 2DAYS OF HEALING and DELIVERANCE: OPERATION BREAK THE BACKBONE OF STUBBORN CHALLENGES continues 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
HE who has begun a good work in you will COMPLETE it…(Phil.1:6)

🔥The destruction of every stubborn challenge must be complete
🔥Angels with flaming swords will be crushing longstanding issues
🔥No trace of negativity will be left
WHAT GOD CANNOT DO DOES NOT EXIST!
Declare With Me: MY HEALING AND DELIVERANCE IS HERE. AMEN
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Pastor Jerry Eze NSPPD 19th April 2022 Live Prayer

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NSPPD 13 APRIL 2022 STREAMS OF JOY LIVE

NSPPD 13 APRIL 2022 STREAMS OF JOY LIVE

NSPPD 13 APRIL 2022 STREAMS OF JOY LIVE

NSPPD 13 APRIL 2022 STREAMS OF JOY LIVE

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NSPPD 13 APRIL 2022 STREAMS OF JOY LIVE

Day 2 of 2DAYS of MIRACLES and MERCY on NSPPD FIRE ALTAR @ 7am Nigerian Time.
MERCY is targeting that dead situation, A MIRACLE is erupting out of it.
MERCY is overturning the evil report speedily, A MIRACLE is erupting out of it.
MERCY is silencing the mouths of negativity, A MIRACLE is erupting out of it.
If GOD did not decree it, MERCY is overruling it, a MIRACLE is erupting out of it!

For the GOD our LORD is good to all and HIS MERCY is over all that HE has made (Psalm.145:9)
Everything MERCY started yesterday, will be permanently, quickly and MIRACULOUSLY completed TODAY!
You must testify🔥
Your family must celebrate like never before 🔥 Remember we are fasting Today too from 6AM to 1PM.
DECLARE WITH ME: By The Mercies of God, a miracle is erupting out of it
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Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Rhapsody of Realities Wednesday 13th April 2022

Rhapsody of Realities 13th April 2022
Rhapsody of Realities Wednesday 13th April 2022 | Everybody Is Important

Read Today’s Rhapsody of Realities Devotional 13 April 2022 written by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.

RHAPSODY OF REALITIES 13TH APRIL 2022 WEDNESDAY

TOPIC: EVERYONE IS IMPORTANT

SCRIPTURE: “For though I preach the gospel, I have nothing to glory of: for necessity is laid upon me; yea, woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel!” (1 Corinthians 9:16).

Rhapsody of Realities Wednesday 13th April 2022| Message

The Gospel is for everybody. When it comes to our kingdom and our kingdom work, every individual is important to God. He’s not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9). The Gospel of Jesus Christ is potent; His grace, love and mercy have been poured out on all men for their salvation.

The Bible says the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the power of God unto salvation for all men— regardless of their status, background or ethnicity. God has purposed to save and use anybody—any one of us—for His glory. None of us is too small or too lowly. For example, in 2 Kings 5, we read about Naaman, a commander of the Army of the King of Syria, a great man held in the highest esteem, a mighty man of valour, but he was a leper.

On a certain day, while the Syrian troops raided Israel, they captured a girl, and she became a servant to Naaman’s wife. Sometime later, this little Israelite maid witnessed to Naaman. Perhaps you’re a hairdresser or a makeup artist, and those who request your services are celebrities, the wealth and influential of the society; go ahead and lead them to Christ.

You must realize that your earthly job, business, education or profession is your opportunity and vehicle for transporting the Gospel. If you get on transit, be it in a bus, a train or on the plane, witness to your co-passengers; tell them about Jesus. Never let an opportunity pass by that you’ve not utilized for the Gospel. This is what the Lord has set us on course for; so, be bold and fearless. Preach the Gospel to anybody and everybody.

PRAYER: Dear heavenly Father, I thank you for counting me faithful to commit the ministry of reconciliation to my hands. My passion is to do your will by ministering the Gospel to everyone in my world and those in the regions beyond, working together with you to establish your Kingdom in the earth and in the hearts of men, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

FURTHER STUDY:
2 Timothy 4:2; Mark 16:15; Proverbs 11:30

1 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN:
Luke 13:22-35; Judges 14-16

2 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN:
Romans 10:1-10; Psalm 119:41-64

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Today Devotional | Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022

Today Devotional | Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022

Today Devotional | Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022

Today Devotional | Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022

Read Today’s Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022 Daily Devotional Today Message

JOYCE MEYER DEVOTIONAL 13 APRIL 2022 TODAY

TOPIC: PURCHASED BY THE BLOOD OF JESUS

SCRIPTURE: In Him we have redemption (deliverance and salvation) through His blood, the remission (forgiveness) of our offenses (shortcomings and trespasses), in accordance with the riches and the generosity of His gracious favor. – Ephesians 1:7 (AMPC)

Today Devotional | Joyce Meyer 13th April 2022 | Wednesday Message

Say aloud to yourself, “I was bought and cleansed from sin with a price; purchased with a preciousness; paid for and made God’s own.” You are delivered from sin and all the “death” it brings with it.

Worry, anxiety, and fear are forms of death. Strife, bitterness, resentment, and unforgiveness are forms of death. The blood of Jesus is the only antidote for death. Jesus’ blood is precious before the Father and should be precious to us. A precious thing is something we protect, something we are careful with, and something we don’t want to part with.

The blood of Jesus is precious, and it allows us to be close to our heavenly Father. His sacrifice lifted the veil between God and man, and now we have free access and an opportunity for closeness and intimacy with God (see Hebrews 10:18–22).

The blood of Jesus cleanses us from sin and will continuously cleanse us (see 1 John 1:9). His blood is like a powerful cleansing agent. Just as our blood works to keep our bodies cleansed of all poison, the blood of Jesus continuously cleanses us from sin in all its forms and manifestations.

Prayer Starter: Lord Jesus, thank You for Your blood, shed for me. Thank You for the forgiveness that Your blood gives me from all sin and all its forms.

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Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Welcome to Wednesday Bible Verse of the Day for 13th April 2022 – John 8:36

BIBLE VERSE READING – WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL 2022 READING | JOHN 8:36, KJV

If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

Some other Versions…

  • So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.  – ESV
  • Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed. – NKJV
  • So if the Son sets you free, you are truly free. – NLT

Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Freedom is the cry of every man and woman, every boy and every girl. And Jesus proclaimed, “if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed.” Only a few verses earlier we heard Jesus explain to His followers, and those that were challenging His Messianic claims, “you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.” Those who know the Son know the TRUTH – for Jesus said, ‘I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life’.

But how important to recognise that there is a huge chasm between knowing facts about the truth as a historical fact, or as some detailed information, and actually knowing the truth about the unique Person and saving Work of the Lord Jesus Christ. There is a vast difference between knowing about Jesus and knowing the Person of Jesus – having a personal relationship with Him, as outlined in the God-breathed Scriptures.

Many people in Christ’s day knew about Him. They knew his mother and siblings. They knew He was a carpenter in the little town of Nazareth. Some even knew the Messianic claims that He made and may have witnessed the many mighty miracles that He undertook, but they did not know Him as their Lord and Saviour. They did not know Him as the Word of Truth or trust that His shed blood would pay the price for their sin.

God bless you! Daily Bible Verse 13th April 2022 | Free Indeed

Wednesday – Our Daily Bread 13 April 2022 | Carried By Love

Our Daily Bread 13th April 2022 | Carried By Love
Wednesday – Our Daily Bread 13 April 2022 | Carried By Love

Welcome to Our Daily Bread Today Devotional for 13th April 2022 written by James Banks to inspire and bless you! Kindly share with other people.

Our Daily Bread 13 April 2022 Wednesday

TOPIC: CARRIED BY LOVE

Bible in a Year: 1 Samuel 22–24; Luke 12:1–31

Key Verse: “I have made you and I will carry you.” Isaiah 46:4

Today’s Scripture: Isaiah 46:1–10

Insight | Wednesday – Our Daily Bread 13 April 2022

Through the words of Isaiah, God compares the strength of Babylonian gods to Himself. The specific gods mentioned are Bel and Nebo (Isaiah 46:1–2). Bel, also known as Marduk (Jeremiah 50:2), was the chief god of the city of Babylon and the national god of Babylonia. He was the considered to be the god of order and destiny. Nabu was believed to be the son of Marduk and the one who knows all and sees all. With a twist of irony, God says that He does what these two gods can’t do—rescue His people (Isaiah 46:3–7). By: J.R. Hudberg

Our Daily Bread 13 April 2022 | Message

My four-year-old grandson sat on my lap and patted my bald head, studying it intently. “Papa,” he asked, “What happened to your hair?” “Oh,” I laughed, “I lost it over the years.” His face turned thoughtful: “That’s too bad,” he responded. “I’ll have to give you some of mine.” I smiled at his compassion and pulled him close for a hug. Reflecting later on his love for me in that cherished moment also caused me to ponder God’s selfless, generous love.

G. K. Chesterton wrote: “We have sinned and grown old, and our Father is younger than we.” By this he meant that the “Ancient of Days” (Daniel 7:9) is untainted by sin’s decay—God is ageless and loves us exuberantly with a love that never falters or fades. He’s fully willing and able to fulfill the promise He made to His people in Isaiah 46: “Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you” (v. 4).

Five verses later He explains, “I am God, and there is none like me” (v. 9). The great “I am” (Exodus 3:14) loves us so deeply that He went to the extreme of dying on the cross to bear the full weight of our sin, so that we might turn to Him and be free of our burden and gratefully worship Him forever! By: James Banks

Reflect: In what ways does God carry you through each day? How can you draw new strength from Him in this moment?

Prayer: Beautiful Savior, I’m so thankful Your love for me never grows old! Help my love for You to grow ever deeper.

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