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Day: July 31, 2013

TODAY’S MEDITATION – When you feel wronged, plead for mercy instead of justice (Ezra 9:13-15)

Most of the time we tend to cry out to God for justice when we believe we have been wronged or that we deserve a better treatment. When we read the book of Ezra, we see that Ezra recognised that if God gave the people the justice they deserve, they would not be able to …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Beware whose advice you listen to! (1 Kings 16:28-33)

Sometimes we make choices and get trapped in them… but the next thing we do is to showing unwillingness to take the right action. These verses tell us that, as king, Ahab was responsible to God and to His prophet Elijah, but he chose to marry a pagan woman who drew him into idol worship. …

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TODAY’ MEDITATION – The Son of Man will come when least expected (Luke 12:1-40)

Christ return is as real as you and me are real in this world. The strange observation we can make is that even some believers who call themselves Christians live as if this is just a legend. The Bible says is many times: Christ will return and the end times signs have accompanied the time …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – The Lord is like a father to His children (Psalm 103:13-14)

We are so fragile and sometimes have to go through deception by other people that it becomes difficult to trust anyone. My brother, my sister, God’s love and care for you is eternal. Too often we focus on God as the judge and lawgiver, ignoring His compassion and concern for us. You know, when God …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – God’s Word cannot be withheld for a while (Jeremiah 20:7-18)

In these verses, we see Jeremiah crying out in a despair mixed with praise, trying to unburden his heart to God. My brother, my sister, it seems that Jeremiah had faithfully proclaimed God’s Word and had seen or received nothing in return, but instead he was persecuted and was in deep sorrow. How many times …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Doing God’s will begins with your desires (Philippians 2:13)

When you become a Christian, you enter a new family and should start walking according to the standards set by the head of this family, Jesus Christ. This means that you must train yourselves to think like Christ, to change your desires to be more and more like Christ’s own desires. My brother, my sister, …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – The fasting that pleases the Lord (Isaiah 58:1-12)

Going to church, fasting and listening to Bible readings can become religious rituals when we miss the very point of a living and vital relationship with God through His Son, Jesus. My brother, my sister, God does not want you to act pious when you have unforgiven sin in your heart and continue your sinful …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Jesus is the only authority over demons (Luke 8:27-31)

Here the Word of God shows us clearly that as a man possessed with demons came out to meet Jesus, “he cried out and fell at his feet, shouting at the top of his voice, “What do you want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? I beg you, don’t torture me!”” (verse …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Are you a “responder”? (Luke 10:38-42)

Hospitality is an art, a quality that will make anyone make a guest feel welcomed and warmed. Mary and Martha used to welcome Jesus, but for Mary, hospitality meant giving more attention to the guest himself rather than to the needs he might have had. She would rather talk to him than cook for him. …

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