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Anglican Daily Fountain 8 June 2022
Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional

Anglican Daily Fountain 8 June 2022

Anglican Daily Fountain 8 June 2022

Anglican Daily Fountain 8 June 2022

Read and Meditate on Today’s Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional for 8th June 2022 Wednesday. May the Lord bless you as you study today!



TEXT: Exodus 14:10-12

Egypt represents the land of slavery, oppression and sorrow. God in a miraculous way, delivered Israel from slavery. It was 430 years of sorrow and misery. It is very surprising that few years after the joy of this mighty deliverance, Israel started wishing that they should have been left in Egypt when challenged by the same Pharaoh.

Their hearts were still in Egypt for they said, “What have you done to us by bringing us out of Egypt? Didn’t we say to you in Egypt, leave us alone, let us serve the Egyptians?” (vv. 11-12). This was very devastating to the leader, Moses. Was it really true that they told Moses to leave them in Egypt? Of course not. This is a reflection of the lives of some believers today.

At the point of salvation from sin and satanic bondage, there is great rejoicing. However, when afflictions and troubles come, they begin to compare themselves with their colleagues in the world (v.57). Some when confronted with financial difficulties, wish that they were not Christians, so that they could steal office or church money to solve their problems like their unbelieving friends.

Some are so offended with both God and their leaders that they wish to take permission from God to return to Egypt. Let us beware of an evil heart that lusts after Egyptian lifestyles.

Prayer: Pray for victory over every existing temptations and trial

Thanks for reading Today’s Anglican Daily Fountain 8 June 2022
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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