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Our Daily Bread: Loved, Beautiful, Gifted
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The Word for Today: How To Deal With Difficult People (1)

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Loved, Beautiful, Gifted

Bible in a Year: Psalms 68–69, Romans 8:1–21

The Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children.
Romans 8:16

Today's Scripture & Insight: Romans 8:15–17

Malcolm appeared confident as a teenager. But this confidence was a mask. In truth, a turbulent home left him fearful, desperate for approval, and feeling falsely responsible for his family’s problems. “For as far back as I remember,” he says, “every morning I would go into the bathroom, look in the mirror, and say out loud to myself, ‘You are stupid, you are ugly, and it’s your fault.’”

Malcolm’s self-loathing continued until he was twenty-one, when he had a divine revelation of his identity in Jesus. “I realized that God loved me unconditionally and nothing would ever change that,” he recalls. “I could never embarrass God, and He would never reject me.” In time, Malcolm looked in the mirror and spoke to himself differently. “You are loved, you are beautiful, you are gifted,” he said, “and it’s not your fault.”

Malcolm’s experience illustrates what God’s Spirit does for the believer in Jesus—He frees us from fear by revealing how profoundly loved we are (Romans 8:15, 38–39), and confirms that we are children of God with all the benefits that status brings (8:16–17; 12:6–8). As a result, we can begin seeing ourselves correctly by having our thinking renewed (12:2–3).

Years later, Malcolm still whispers those words each day, reinforcing who God says he is. In the Father’s eyes he’s loved, beautiful, and gifted. And so are we.

By: Sheridan Voysey

Reflect & Pray
What words come to mind when you see yourself in the mirror? How different are they from Scripture’s depiction of what God sees in you?


Father, thank You for loving me, gifting me, and making me Your child. May Your Spirit work in me today to truly, deeply believe it.





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Nehemiah’s references to God’s statements in...

Remember, I pray, the word that you commanded your servant Moses, saying, If you are unfaithful, I will scatter you among the nations, but if you return to me, and keep my commandments and do them, though some of you were cast out to the farthest part of the heavens, yet I will gather you from there.
Nehemiah 1:8.9

Nehemiah’s references to God’s statements in various chapters of the books of Moses here summarise God’s threats and promises. He reminds God of them in prayer. God’s ancient sayings describe precisely Nehemiah’s situation at the time. We cannot fail to recognise the spiritual sensitiveness and the comprehensive knowledge of Scripture that Nehemiah, this “servant” of God, as he often designates himself (cf. vv. 6 & 11), had.

We can learn a lot from this. It is good to read and understand Holy Scripture, verse by verse and chapter by chapter. It is even better to meditate on it and recognise the interrelationship of the entire content. But it is best to allow oneself to be guided by God’s Holy Spirit and apply the word of God to our present personal situation. We then learn something of God’s readiness to forgive; we adopt a humble position before God’s face and come to know the “God of all grace” (1 Peter 5:10) who wishes to grant us personally, or believers corporately, the strength for a fresh start.

Nehemiah was saddened by the ruin of the city of Jerusalem, but he knew his God. He was aware that God forgives and restores after a sincere confession of faith. God loves to bless His people; in this humble attitude Nehemiah opened his heart to receive God’s blessing. Is this our experience, too?

Today’s reading: Joshua 9:17-27 · 1 Corinthians 8:1-8





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How To Deal With Difficult People (1)

‘Strive to do what is good for each other.’ 1 Thessalonians 5:15 NIV

Jesus referred to the Holy Spirit as ‘the Helper’. (John 15:26 ESV) And as you submit to Him, He’ll help you handle the difficult people in your life the right way. Paul writes, ‘Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.’ (Ephesians 4:30 NIV) Don’t offend, or inhibit, or block the Holy Spirit from working in your life.

You say, ‘How would I do that?’ Paul answers, ‘Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.’ (Ephesians 4:31 NIV) That’s a list of pretty nasty stuff! And Paul’s point is this: either you allow your responses to be ruled by that nasty list, or to be ruled by the indwelling Holy Spirit. The choice is yours.

The Bible says, ‘Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold.’ (Ephesians 4:26–27 NIV) When you retaliate in anger, you give the devil a foothold in your life—a beachhead from which he can attack you in other areas. When that happens, not only do you have to deal with the hurt caused by the difficult person in your life, you have to deal with the added hurt that comes from giving the devil a foothold. So what should you do?

The Bible says, ‘Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.’ (Ephesians 4:32 NIV) In other words, remember the love, patience and grace that God has shown to you, and extend it to others. That’s a strategy that never fails!

SoulFood: Deut 11–13, Luke 11:29–44, Ps 119:1–8, Pro 17:3





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