Sunday, June 20, 2021

For we know him who said, “Justice belongs to me; I will repay them.” (Hebrews 10:30)
God has seen every unfair thing you’ve gone through, every person who did you wrong, every tear, every lonely night. He’s your heavenly Father, and He knows how to pay you back for what’s unfair.

You don’t have to live worried because God is going to make up for the wrongs that were done.
The prophet Isaiah says that when God pays you back, “He will give you a twofold recompense.” That means God will pay you back double.

In the Scripture, it wasn’t a coincidence that after all the heartache and pain that Job went through, he came out with double what he had before the testing of his faith. When you’re in an unfair situation, instead of getting sour, have a new perspective—that just qualified you for double.

They meant it to harm you, but God is going to use it to promote you. When He pays you back, you’re going to come out loaded down with blessings.

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that You are still on the throne, and You are my vindicator. Thank You that You can bring me out of difficulties better off that I was before they showed up. I believe that You are going to exceed my expectations and amaze me. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen

Saturday, June 19, 2021

“He fulfills the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cry and saves them.“ (Psalm 145:19)

God is going to bless you according to Psalm 145:19, “He fulfills the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cry and saves them.“ Here the Bible says that God fulfills the desires of those who fear Him. When they cry to Him He saves them.

Fearing God to stay away from Him happens when we sin against God. Godly fear works sorrow that sets us in the right path. Adam and Eve committed sin by disobeying God. When God came to them to talk to them and have fellowship with them they could not bear to see for they had sinned in their life.

God is full of holiness but Adam and Eve were full of darkness because of sin. They went and hid themselves. But what God says here is that those who have godly fear, reverential fear towards God shall have their desires fulfilled.

Fear God not because of sin but with reverential fear because holiness in one’s heart towards the Holy God is what God wants you to have. Today, lets pray to receive this reverential fear towards God.

Secondly, out of the reverential fear we have for God we should strive to live a holy life.
The Lord will then give all the desires of your heart and He will save you from all the fears of this world.

You will have no fear. Because of the reverential fear that David had he could bring down Goliath. Just one stone was enough to bring Goliath because he feared God.

Because of the reverential fear of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego they could walk through the fire in which they were thrown by the king fearlessly and have Yeshua walk with them as the fourth man and come out unharmed.

God saved them and raised them to great heights. God will do that for you too.

A Prayer for Today
Loving Father, Give me reverential fear toward You. Help me live a holy life before You. Let all my desires be granted by You Lord. Let me protected and honored. No weapon formed against me should prosper. In Yeshua’s precious name, I pray. Amen.

Friday, June 18, 2021

The Sovereign LORD is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to tread on the heights. (Habakkuk 3:19)

Dear friend, it is such a joy to bring God’s word to you even today which is in Habakkuk 3:19, “The Sovereign LORD is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to tread on the heights.”

Yes, the Lord is our strength. May be you are saying, “I am a weak person. I have no confidence to do what I want to do or with my full ability. I don’t have any strength to talk to this person or to complete this project.”

Or you may be having physical weaknesses and you may be saying that you are not able to take care of your family members, as it is said in Psalm 18:32, “It is God who arms me with strength and keeps my way secure.”

God is the one who can give you strength. When God gives you strength it will be sufficient for you to do all that you want. The world might give you small satisfactions and peace that passes away but when God gives you strength and peace it will be beyond your understanding and more than you ask.

As we read in Philippians 4:13, “I can do all this through him who gives me strength,” God will give you strength to do everything. It is God who refuels us to do all that we want.

So let us ask Him for His strength to take care of our family, our business, our academics, to maintain our relationships and to take care of ourselves.

In the Bible, we see a man who was filled with great strength. It was Samson. He was filled with strength because God’s anointing was on him. God also had a purpose in giving him that strength. God accomplished His purpose through him.

God has a purpose for you too. He will give you strength to fulfill it. All you need is His anointing. When God’s Spirit comes on you, you will receive power to be a witness for the Lord through your accomplishments.

People will identify that it is by God’s strength that you are doing mighty things. Pray for God’s Spirit to take charge of you.

A Prayer for Today
Loving Lord, Remove my weaknesses. Give me strength and power that I need to accomplish Your purpose. Strengthen me physically. Fill me with Your Holy Spirit. Let Your Spirit take charge of me and let Your strength be sufficient for me. In Yeshua’s precious name, I pray. Amen.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

The LORD will indeed give what is good, and our land will yield its harvest. (Psalm 85:12)

“The LORD will indeed give what is good, and our land will yield its harvest.” We personally love this promise verse because this is what has happened in most of our lives from our childhood till now.

Every time something good or bad happens in our family, we take it as something the Lord has given us being sure that He will give only what is good.

So many things might have happened in our lives too, but always remember the Lord loves us, we are His children so He will never do anything that is going to harm us. Everything the Lord gives is good.

The Bible says in Romans 8:28, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” When we love the Lord and give ourselves into His hand He will give only what is good to us.

In the Bible we see that Abraham and Lot went to a place journeying as per God’s direction. When they reached near Canaan, they had lot of flocks so they had to separate. Abraham asked Lot to choose the place he wants and Lot chose Sodom but Abraham was ready to go with what God gives and similarly God gave Abraham the land flowing with milk and honey which is Canaan.

The region Lot chose looked very green and pleasant to the eyes but that place was soon burned down with fire because of the sins of the people there. So Abraham was blessed as he went with God’s choices.

Yes my friend, you too don’t be worried over what God gives because it surely holds a blessing in disguise. You will surely look back and thank God one day for what He has given you.

A Prayer for Today
Loving Lord Yeshua, Thank You for this promise Lord. Fill me with Your Presence and Spirit. Let me not be upset that I did not get what I asked You for. I believe You will give me only good things. Let Your will be done in my life and let me bring You glory through it all. Amen

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Endow the king with your justice, O God, the royal son with your righteousness.[Psalm 72:1]

Psalm 72 is a hopeful prayer for the king who rules over God’s people. Shalom is a key word in the original text, often translated as “prosperity” and “peace” (see verses 3 and 7). Shalom carries the idea that something broken has been made whole.

When you are restored to health and wholeness after battling an illness that has badly weakened you, maybe even to the point of death, that is an example of shalom.

Another example could include being restored to a meal around a table with loved ones after being cut off from family and friends for a long time, or after enduring a period of great loneliness.

This psalm dares to hope and pray for shalom to be restored throughout the earth. This happens in the context of righteousness (being right with God) and justice (living in right relationships with people).

Righteousness and justice go together like the two sides of a coin. The great hope and prayer is that God’s shalom comes on the earth through the right king. Trusting in Messiah as King, we can live with a heart of wisdom, identifying places and situations where things are broken, and seeking to make them right.

The shalom of Messiah the King comes as we repent, believe, and follow Messiah as King. We receive his reign and pursue it in whatever ways his Spirit leads us.

A Prayer for Today

Gracious God, may Messiah’s rule come to us like showers watering the earth. May his shalom bring forgiveness and healing to our hearts and to the world. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

But when the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. (Titus 3:4–5)

Saul was persecuting the church when God appeared to him and changed him into the apostle Paul. God doesn’t give us what we deserve. We deserve the consequences of our actions; we deserve judgment, but God gives us mercy.

He knows how to make miracles out of our mistakes. The accusing voices will tell you, “You’re done, and it’s your fault. You know you weren’t supposed to do it. It’s your mess.” No, God is so merciful that He’ll not only bring you out, He’ll clean up your mess.

You may be in a mess of your own doing right now. God has mercy for that mistake. His mercy is not based on your performance. You are covered with mercy not just when you measure up but even when you blow it, even when you fail.

He can make a miracle out of that mess. Get up every morning and thank God not only for His goodness, but thank Him for His mercy.

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You for Your mercies that are new every morning and for Your great faithfulness. Thank You that my mistakes and failures are not too much for Your mercy. I believe that I am covered by Your mercy that makes miracles out of mistakes. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen.”

Monday, June 14, 2021

“You are looking for Yeshua the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid him. But go, tell his disciples and Peter, ‘He is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see him, just as he told you.” (Mark 16:6–7)

When Mary Magdalene and two other women went to Yeshua’s tomb after His death, an angel said to them, “He is not here. He has risen! He is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see Him.”

Notice that the angel said, “He is not here. He is there.” The angel was saying, in effect, “I know you’re hurting, but don’t stay here. Something better is waiting for you there.”

In other words, “here” is the disappointment, the bad medical report, the dream that didn’t work out. If you stay “here,” you’ll be discouraged. You have to go “there.” Sometimes the reason God doesn’t comfort us in the “here,” in the disappointment is because He doesn’t want us to stay where we are.

“There” is where God is waiting for you. “There” is where the blessing is. The disappointment is simply a season. God has already gone ahead and lined up the next level. Move forward into “there.”

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that You are always going ahead in my life, lining up the next level, and You’re not in the past. Thank You that I don’t have to be stuck in the “here.” I believe that You are waiting for me in the “there” with restoration and blessing. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen.

Sunday, June 13, 2021

“I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you. . . .” (1 Kings 3:12)

When David died, Israel lost its first great king. Though he was flawed in several ways, he had been a man “after [God’s] own heart” (1 Samuel 13:14). In 1 Kings 2:2-3, David tells Solomon, “I am about to go the way of all the earth. . . . So be strong, act like a man, and observe what the Lord your God requires.”

What will Solomon need in order to rule well? He demon­strates much of it in above verse. Solomon has a worshipful heart and a sense of humility. But in order to lead well, he must come to know and trust in God, seeking guidance from the Lord.

The Lord appears to Solomon with an astonishing invitation: “Ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon asks for the gift of wisdom, and he receives it in abundance. It is a kingly request and a kingly gift.

As participants in Messiah’s kingdom, we have many callings in which we can exercise some degree of leadership and service to God. In our homes, workplaces, schools, and churches, or wherever God leads us, we need wisdom to live faithfully and fruitfully.

In James 1:5 we read, “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.”

A Prayer for Today
Generous God, we acknowledge how deeply we need the wisdom of Messiah. Help us to believe that you will supply all that we need. In Yeshua’s name, Amen

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Now an angel of the Lord said to Philip, “Go south to the road—the desert road—that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza.” (Acts 8:26)

Philip was having great success preaching the gospel in Samaria. It must not have made sense when an angel told him to go out to that desert road, but there was a man, the treasurer of Ethiopia, traveling by there in a chariot who was reading the book of Isaiah.

When Philip explained to him that Isaiah was talking about how Jesus came as the Savior, the man believed, was baptized, and had his life changed forever.

Like this man, because you honor God, right now there’s a Philip chasing your chariot. There are blessings that God has ordained to track you down, people who will use their influence, their knowledge, and their experience to push you forward.

When you take time to put God first, to go to the house of the Lord, don’t be surprised if on your way home, if sometime this week, sometime this month, Philip shows up—something unusual happens, an unexpected blessing. It’s the hand of God.

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that You know where the good breaks are, the right connections, the opportunities that will thrust me into my purpose. Thank You that when I keep You first, Your goodness will rain down with blessings. I believe that Philip is already on the way. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen

Friday, June 11, 2021
Asa conducted himself well before GOD, reviving the ways of his ancestor David. He cleaned house…and threw out all the idols his predecessors had made. (1 Kings 15:11–12)

King Asa took the throne of Judah and boldly removed the idols and pagan altars that his predecessors had allowed. He put a stop to what had been stopping Judah from prospering.

When an army of a million men attacked Judah, Asa called out to God for help, and the Lord defeated that army with Judah taking an abundance of plunder.

Do you need to do some house cleaning? Are you letting things hang around that you know are not good? You need to put a stop to it before it stops you.

You may need to remove the anger, the jealousy, the bitterness, a critical spirit. Remove it, and God will take you to a new level. He’ll make things happen that you could never make happen.

Sometimes we think things on the outside are stopping us, but if we would look inside and remove what we know is not the best, we would see God’s favor in new ways.

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that I can take the bold steps to remove those things I need to get out of my life. I can’t do it on my own, so I ask You for help to break and get rid of whatever needs to be removed. Help me clean my house. In Yeshua’s Name, Amen

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