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Return To The Lord – And Be Blessed By Him.

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Learning From God's Word

Lord, the return of Your people to Jerusalem was more than a geographical return. It was a spiritual return. Help us to return to You – and to seek Your blessing (Ezra 8:21). Without Your blessing, we are nothing. Help us to hold on to Your promise: “The hand of our God is for good upon all that seek Him” (Ezra 8:22).

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Encouragement

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Wednesday’s devotion encouragement at Our Daily Bread https://odb.org/2018/11/14/bound-to-encourage/ helps us to realise our encouragement matters to others. Observing the downcast hurts me. Even I have been ridiculed of my dream. We only have one mouth. We can choose to put it to speak to others. In the end, I encourage the downcast to reach their great and impossible dreams for God and for others.

Morning Prayer:

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Morning Prayer:

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FATHER GOD,

We lift up our prayers, our souls, and our lives to You today. Please, lead us and guide throughout this day. Cause Your way to be made known to us and Your favor to rest upon us. Help us navigate the ups and downs of this day. You are our hope and stay. In Jesus’ mighty name, we pray, AMEN!

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Have you ever..?

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Gossip Rumour

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Encounter gossips and rumours
Choose to
Decide to
HALT

The spreading of the
Infectious words
Scandalous stories

Refuse own participation
Take courage
Being brave enough to

Speak and declare
Don’t want to hear
Don’t care to repeat
What is being said

Such actions help to
Stop a rumour
Stop gossip

Before it spreads
Infecting others
Cause more pain


Inspiration On: Monday, 31 July 2017
Edited On: Saturday, 5 August 2017

Being a quiet person, there are times I repeat on what is being said. Parrot. I served in the administrative role in my previous job. A family business where family matters and business matters were mixed. I believe in getting along with everybody. When they have issues with each other, they pour out to me. I feel so grateful to be trusted and believed. However, I can feel drained. Because all the word attached to me and can effect my perception towards the spoken party. Thus I lose my temper towards one of the spoken party. I feel convicted inside. Thus I met that spoken party to reconcile. That spoken party is forgiving and we agreed to work well for the company. Thank God for the great relationship. Sometimes, when I go somewhere and passed by the office, I just go to the office to say hi to everyone. The moral value of the story is: be careful of the spoken words from the other party. Check but don’t let it attach onto you. Karen Ehman (the author of ‘Keep it Shut’) commends a quiet girl who can speak up for herself and others. I need to learn from that quiet girl when and how to answer. A few months ago, a friend repeats some rumour about an actress. I’m surprised with my answer. It may not be the case. Most likely those people are jealous of her being famous. Once I watch her performance, instantly I can sense she is a great mimicker. Wish you all have good days and thank you.

The Importance of Prayer Partners

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Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

Keeping your arms raised for a period of time might not seem like a difficult task—until you try it. No matter how strong you are, you’ll eventually find it impossible to hold them up, as if a 20-pound weight were strapped to each one.

In Exodus 17:8-16, Moses was faithfully praying on a hill while his soldiers were below, fighting the Amalekites. As long as his arms were raised, the Israelites prevailed. But he couldn’t maintain this posture on his own for very long. He needed Aaron and Hur to hold up his hands.

The Lord never expected Moses to do the job by himself. Nor is He going to let any one of us be absolutely independent—that isn’t how He operates. God has built His church in such a way that the world will recognize Christians by their love toward one another (John 13:35). As we ultimately…

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Truth 

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