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Daily Bread : Job 18; Psalm 118; Acts 27,28

October 27, 2012

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Job 18:

Hard to see where this is going by just reading this chapter. But it seems that Bildad is implying Job’s actions and words to be full of wickedness.

Psalm 118:

To speak like this, and to have love and faith like this show me there were some rough times for the author of this Psalm that brought God to the forefront of his life. I’m reminded of many men I know that have everything they want, life is very plush and comfortable, skills and talents abound with all of them; however with this false sense of security there is no need for God. Their mindset is why do I need God? I seem to be doing just fine without Him. This also illustrates to me the passage that speaks of Jesus seeking the meek, the poor, the hungry, and those that mourn. Because these are the people who realize He is the Great I AM, and everything is and was through Him alone!

Acts 27,28:

These two chapters really blew me away! I learned a lot, especially thanks to Pastor Wayne of BibleTrack (great insight, thanks Pastor!).

27:21-26 – This form of I told you so gives the credibility for the rest of Paul’s commands. Paul’s comfort in the face of danger is how we that follow Christ need to live and face adversity. This enables us to bring God all the Glory!

27:27-44 – What an amazing ride! Over 2100 miles, over two weeks long, 276 men terrified (minus Paul and Luke). God is Unreal!

28:8 – God is so Awesome! I love seeing obedience unfold into miracles from the hand of God!

17 – Here, Paul does what most of us would avoid. Share Jesus with people who will most likely not like what you are going to say, and strongly disagree with you.

23 – This is awesome, Paul doesn’t use drama, he doesn’t use emotional stories, just pure scripture. The Word of God is the Power!

30 – What a faithful servant! Well done brother Paul! This is turning suffering into blessings to the utmost degree. Paul took advantage of his suffering and wrote several books during this time that we now read today for God’s inspired Word (Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians, and Philemon). God had this all in the blueprints for Paul, and Paul followed it. We all must learn to turn the sufferings of our flesh, into blessings for others.


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