PEOPLE IN CRISIS
Today’s Reading: 2 Kings 17
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Key Verse: 2 Kings 17:18
Therefore the Lord was very angry with Israel, and removed them from His sight; there was none left but the tribe of Judah alone.
PRAYER FOR TODAY:
Lord Jesus, I thank You for Your ministry to the people who lived in the north such as the Samaritans who descended from those who were relocated there by the Assyrian king. You care about people everywhere! I pray that I will love and seek to bless all people everywhere in every way I can. Most of all, Lord, may I witness to Your Salvation and may I support world missions in a generous and sacrificial way. In Your Name I pray, Amen!
100 PERSONAL WORDS:
There are Christian missions all over the world. Brian Stewart, for many years the senior foreign correspondent for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, tells of his camera operator somewhere in Africa saying approximately, “I wish that just once we could go to a remote place where a missionary does not walk out of the jungle to greet us.” This witness brought Brian back to his childhood faith which he had set aside during his university years. Countries such as South Korea have become powerful missionary-sending countries. It is impossible to follow Jesus closely without caring deeply about world missions.
Yours for living right in God’s sight, sharing God’s love, and teaching in word and deed the person of Jesus Christ,
Thank you God for today’s reading and David’s prayer amen and amen 🙏✝️
We must walk in His Ways. Help us Lord, to hear Your Voice and walk in Your Ways. Amen and amen. Blessings all.
It’s so easy and natural to see the fault in others, such as those of the northern kingdom who compromised their faith in God.
What about us? me?
Father, forgive us for our sin. Help us to follow You wholeheartedly, no matter what others do. Thank You for the Godly ones among us. Bless them abundantly, Father, in Jesus’s great name, amen