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Our Daily Bread: Where Are You Headed?
The Good Seed: Very soon
The Word for Today: Stand On God’s Word (1)
Scriptures Expounded: Brethren in the World also Suffer Afflictions
2020 RCCG Fasting Prayer Points: Day 11: Tuesday 21st January 2020

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Our Daily Bread
by RBC Ministries
Tomorrow Today Yesterday Archives
Where Are You Headed?

Bible in a Year: Exodus 1–3, Matthew 14:1–21

Then Nathan said to David, “You are the man!”
2 Samuel 12:7

Today's Scripture & Insight: 2 Samuel 12:1–14

In northern Thailand, the Wild Boars youth soccer team decided to explore a cave together. After an hour they turned to go back and found that the entrance to the cave was flooded. Rising water pushed them deeper into the cave, day after day, until they were finally trapped more than two miles (four kilometers) inside. When they were heroically rescued two weeks later, many wondered how they had become so hopelessly trapped. Answer: one step at a time.

In Israel, Nathan confronted David for killing his loyal soldier, Uriah. How did the man “after [God’s] own heart” (1 Samuel 13:14) become guilty of murder? One step at a time. David didn’t go from zero to murder in one afternoon. He warmed up to it, over time, as one bad decision bled into others. It started with a second glance that turned into a lustful stare. He abused his kingly power by sending for Bathsheba, then tried to cover up her pregnancy by calling her husband home from the front. When Uriah refused to visit his wife while his comrades were at war, David decided he would have to die.

We may not be guilty of murder or trapped in a cave of our own making, but we’re either moving toward Jesus or toward trouble. Big problems don’t develop overnight. They break upon us gradually, one step at a time.

By: Mike Wittmer

Reflect & Pray
What decision can you make right now to move toward Jesus and away from trouble? What must you do to confirm this decision?


Jesus, I’m running to You!





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The Good Seed
by GBV Dillenburg GmbH
Tomorrow Today Yesterday Archives
Very soon

God both raised up the Lord and will also raise us up by his power.Jesus said, … Whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?
1 Corinthians 6:14; John 11:25.26

Very soon
James was a Christian. When he was stricken with a serious illness, he knew that death was very near. Whenever he spoke of the passing that would bring him into the Lord’s presence in paradise (Luke 23:43), he would say assuredly. “Very soon.” He was aware of that place beyond death, since He knew that there he would meet Jesus, to whom he prayed and who sustained him during his illness.

He is now with Jesus. Those who loved him know that he is together with his Saviour. His body has returned to dust (Genesis 3:19), but he will be resurrected, for James believed the Lord’s words: “He who believes in me, though he may die, he shall live” (John 11:25).

This “very soon” also applies to each one of us. God alone knows the exact moment when. He terminates our earthly life and brings us to our place beyond death. But to which one? Have you thought of that? For all who have accepted eternal life in Jesus Christ this life is transformed into a genuine, living relationship with God through the assurance of “the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1). This is precisely the view of faith that James had concerning his future since being bedridden.

“Very soon” is also the moment when Jesus will come to take all His own, His church, to glory. The dead in Christ will rise, like James; believers still alive on earth will be transformed. Their joyous hope is to go to “meet the Lord in the air” to “always be with the Lord”. (1 Thessalonians 4:16.17).

Today’s reading: Exodus 12:29-42 · Luke 5:27-39





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The Word for Today
by Bob and Debby Gass
Tomorrow Today Yesterday Archives
Stand On God’s Word (1)

‘I am ready to perform My word.’ Jeremiah 1:12 NKJV

When you are facing danger. The psalmist said: ‘This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety… my God and I trust Him. For He will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease. He will cover you with His feathers. He will shelter you with His wings. His faithful promises are your armour and protection. Do not be afraid of the terrors of the night, nor the arrow that flies in the day. Do not dread the disease that stalks in darkness, nor the disaster that strikes at midday. Though a thousand fall at your side, though ten thousand are dying around you, these evils will not touch you… If you make the Lord your refuge, if you make the Most High your shelter, no evil will conquer you; no plague will come near your home. For He will order His angels to protect you wherever you go. They will hold you up… so you won’t even hurt your foot on a stone… The Lord says, “I will rescue those who love Me. I will protect those who trust in My name. When they call on Me, I will answer; I will be with them in trouble. I will rescue and honour them. I will reward them with a long life and give them My salvation.”’ (Psalm 91:2–16 NLT)

Note the phrase, ‘This I declare about the Lord.’ When you speak God’s Word over your life, you release the power contained in it. So stand firm today, and expect God to honour His Word!

SoulFood: Exo 33–35, Matt 8:28–34, Ps 89:15–37, Pro 2:21–22





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2020 RCCG Fasting Prayer Points
by RCCG
Tomorrow Today Yesterday Archives
Day 11: Tuesday 21st January 2020

DAY 11: PRAYER FOR SPIRIT OF OBEDIENCE, TEXT: Jer 10:24, Psa 38:1

1. Praise and worship God for Who He is. Isa 44:6

2. Let us thank God for His marvelous works on the earth. Psa 40:5

3. Let us thank God for His mercy and goodness in our life and family. Psa 23:6

4. Let us thank God for His goodness and mercy in His church.
Psa 23:6

5. Let us thank God for the Bible, the written word of God which is the manual for our soul. 2Tim 3:15-17

6. Let us thank God for divine guidelines and instructions for our well-being which are contained in the bible for us to obey. 2Tim 2:16

7. Father, be merciful unto us for all our acts of disobedience

8. Father, please give us a willing heart to obey your command to go and win souls

9. Father, teach us to number our days so that we may rightly apply our heart to your wisdom. Psa 90:12

10. Father, do not give up on us, but deal with us according to your mercy and compassion. Jer 10:24

11. Father, direct our paths to fulfill your counsel so that we can eat the goods of this land(Put your country). Isa 1:19

12. Father, please speak to us in the language we can always understand so that we can know exactly what you want us to do.

13. Father, Guide our heart right, to discern the voice of strangers and not to obey them. John 10: 3-5







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