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Anglican Daily Fountain 10 June 2022 Friday
Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional

Anglican Daily Fountain 10 June 2022 Friday

Anglican Daily Fountain 10 June 2022 FridayDaily Fountain 9 June 2022 Thursday

Anglican Daily Fountain 10 June 2022 Friday

Read and Meditate on Today’s Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional for 10th June 2022 Friday. May the Lord bless you as you study today!



TEXT: Exodus 14:13-31

Songs often spring from a personal unique experience with God. Today’s passage is the first recorded song in the Bible, significantly coming after redemption from bondage. Israel’s sighs (Ex. 2:23) were turned to singing in
Exodus 15. Moses did not copy the song from anywhere; it sprang from his experience and inspiration by the Spirit of God.

This hymn of Praise has significant lessons in its four stanzas namely: God’s victory was announced (vv. 1-5); God’s weapons are described (vv. 6-10); God’s character is extolled (vv. 11-16a); and God’s Promises are fulfilled (vv.16a-18). It should be noted that the song exalts God, for the Lord is referred to at least forty-five (45) times in these eighteen verses.

Too many songs today, even in some churches, exalt men instead of the person and holy character of God and His wonderful works of power. In our walk with God, we should be attentive enough in the spirit to understand God’s leading through circumstances of life. This will lead us into a deep personal experience with the Lord, and songs of praises will naturally flow from our hearts to God.

In verses 22-27, we again see God passing Israel through a test, and promised that if they would obey him completely, He would take full care of their health and daily provision. Let us also learn to trust the Lord always.

Prayer: Oh Lord, deliver us from fear.

Thanks for reading Today’s Anglican Daily Fountain 10 June 2022 Friday
PRAYER OF SALVATIONA MINUTE PRAYER COULD SAVE YOU “O Lord God, I believe with all my heart in Jesus Christ, Son of the living God. I believe He died for me and God raised Him from the dead. I believe He’s alive today. I confess with my mouth that Jesus Christ is the Lord of my life from this day. Through Him and in His Name, I have eternal life; I’m born again. Thank you Lord for saving my soul! I’m now a child of God. Hallelujah!” Congratulations! You are Born Again... Get closer to God by reading your BIBLE and worshiping with other believers.
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