HERE COMES THE JUDGE
Today’s Reading: 2 Samuel 14
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Key Verse: 2 Samuel 14:14
For we will surely die and become like water spilled on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again. Yet God does not take away a life; but He devises means, so that His banished ones are not expelled from Him.
PRAYER FOR TODAY:
Lord Jesus, Your Apostle Paul tells me that if I judge myself, I will not be judged. I can read that in 1 Corinthians 11:31. In that chapter the “Lord’s Supper” is presented. When I partake of the bread and the fruit of the vine, I seek to review my conduct and judge myself. You show me areas of my life where I need to repent. I pray for ongoing grace to live in that attitude of repentance. In Your strong Name I pray, Amen!
100 PERSONAL WORDS:
I very much encourage every blog reader to come along side the Crossroads Family of Ministries. In my opinion, the flagship telecast, 100 Huntley Street, is the most effective television anywhere when it comes to confronting the culture, particularly now in 2017. Please respond with your best ministry gift, and if possible, a monthly faith promise (click HERE to donate). If you are already on board with Crossroads/100 Huntley Street/Context/etc., thank you so much! There’s a new teaching telecast hosted by Nizar Shaheen in English (he’s already blanketing the globe in Arabic). I watched the new show for the first release on YES TV this past weekend. HERE is a little about this new program. Nizar’s gift of teaching is exercised humbly and compellingly. Our Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Lorna Dueck, is beginning to introduce to our viewers powerful new communications initiatives. Your prayers and support, with God’s love and power, makes it all possible.
Yours for learning to judge ourselves,
P.S. Check out Nizar’s ministry (click here). Back in the 1990’s Nizar and Jim Cantelon teamed up and were on TV daily for four years as a part of the 100 Huntley Street telecast.