John Hagee Devotional 1 December 2022 – Thursday
Welcome to Today’s John Hagee 1st December 2022 Devotional. John Charles Hagee is an American pastor and televangelist. The founder of John Hagee Ministries, his ministry is telecast to the United States and Canada. Hagee is also the founder and chairman of the Christian-Zionist organization Christians United for Israel.
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John Hagee Today’s Scripture: Psalm 145:7
They shall utter the memory of Your great goodness, and shall sing of Your righteousness.
Our expectations are not just built on faith. The things for which we hope and believe are influenced by how people have acted in the past.
Our expectations are determined by what others have done. People may have failed to fulfill our hopes, discouraged us, and let us down. There is One, though, Who never disappoints those who put their trust in Him.
Consider the powerful gift God gave us through His Son. God clothed Jesus in our unrighteousness, so we might wear robes of royalty. Christ went to the grave where we were supposed to lie to give us everlasting life instead.
He rose again – victorious over death, hell, and the grave – so we could be more than conquerors. He emptied Himself, so we might be filled with His splendor.
He made amends with God and paid the price, so we could boldly approach the throne of our Father. When we raise our voices, God no longer hears the sinners of old; He hears the children of God who have been set free by the blood of Jesus Christ!
This same God Who loved us so much that He sent His cherished Son is the same One Who watches over us today. His past goodness proves that we can still expect the unexpected – above what we can even ask or imagine!
Today’s Blessing: May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. Give thanks to Jesus for dying your death, so you could receive His abundant life. He has redeemed you to be His very own.
Today’s Bible Reading:
Old Testament: Daniel 8:1-27
New Testament: 1 John 2:1-17
Psalms & Proverbs: Psalm 120:1-7; Proverbs 28:25-26