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Daily Bread : Isaiah 63,64; Psalm 107; John 2

July 31, 2012

If the notes are incomplete feel free, to add in anything you have. I will be following up as soon as I can. Lets Grow!

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Isaiah 63-64:

64- this chapter seems to be the prophet Isaiah crying out to God. He seems to be the lone man standing amongst his people, where sin and ungodliness are running rampant. But Isaiah knows that God is filled with unfailing love and mercy. He knows that God always redeems those that cry out to Him with sincere, humble hearted devotion. I have started to pray more for our nation. Honestly it feels kind of pointless, but I am trying to stand in the gap with others that are doing the same. There are many issues and, many leaders in our nation that need God to come down and shake the foundations of their ways.

Psalm 107:

This chapter shows how no matter the situation, or who is crying out, God will come to the rescue. God will rescue those that cry out to Him. But what seems to go hand-in-hand is the offerings of praise, thanksgiving and exaltation to every act of God’s great deliverance. This type of praise comes from humble hearts that truly sought the Lord’s deliverance and are deeply moved by God’s powerful arm. Being moved to the point of proclaiming His name and faithfulness to the nations.

John 2:

This chapter touches on the first miracle of Jesus. In bible notes next to verses 9-10 I wrote, When God moves, He moves! Everything God does in our lives will always be the best for us. We may not see it at the time but His best is always better than our best. I heard once, God’s worse day, is better than our best day! hallelujah, Amen to that !

Verses 13-17 show the Jesus we also need to remember .Jesus did not play, He was hardcore passionate about the Will of His Father. Being that He is still our top dawg role model lets working on having fire and passion for the things of Christ (gotta be careful with this one though! =)


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