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Our Daily Bread 10th of March 2022 DEVOTIONAL

Our Daily Bread 10th of March 2022 DEVOTIONAL

Our Daily Bread 10th of March 2022 DEVOTIONAL | Revelation and Reassurance

Welcome to Our Daily Bread Today 10 March 2022 written by John Blase to inspire and bless you! Kindly share with other people.

OUR DAILY BREAD 10TH OF MARCH 2022 DEVOTIONAL

TOPIC: REVELATION AND REASSURANCE

Bible in a Year: Deuteronomy 11–13; Mark 12:1–27

Key Verse: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” Philippians 4:6

Today’s Scripture: Philippians 4:1–7

Our Daily Bread 10th of March 2022 DEVOTIONAL || Insight

As Paul begins to bring his letter to a close, he emphasizes two important thoughts that underlie all he’s written to the Philippians. First, he’s repeatedly lifted up their shared partnership and mission (1:1–7, 27–30). Second, over and over he’s also urged them to embrace the attitudes of humility, joy, and love that reflect the spirit of Jesus and make their shared calling credible and good for others (vv. 9–11; 2:1–11).

These two basics—mission and attitude—show up in the first few sentences of his introduction. In referring to his readers as “holy,” he used a word that reminded them that they’ve been “set apart” to represent Christ to their world (1:1–5). In praying that their love would continue to grow “in knowledge and depth of insight” (vv. 9–11), he signaled how important it was for them to help and care for one another. By: Mart DeHaan

Our Daily Bread 10th of March 2022 ODB DEVOTIONAL Message

Baby-gender reveals in 2019 were dramatic. In July, a video showed a car emitting blue smoke to indicate, “It’s a boy!” In September, a crop-duster plane in Texas dumped hundreds of gallons of pink water to announce, “It’s a girl!” There was another “reveal,” though, that uncovered significant things about the world these children will grow up in. At the conclusion of 2019, YouVersion revealed that the most shared, highlighted, and bookmarked verse of the year on its online and mobile Bible app was Philippians 4:6, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”

That’s quite the revelation. People are anxious about many things these days—from the needs of our sons and daughters, to the myriad ways family and friends are divided, to natural catastrophes and wars. But in the middle of all these worries, the good news is that many people cling to a verse that says, “Do not be anxious about anything.” Furthermore, those same people encourage others as well as themselves to present every request to God “in every situation.” The mindset that doesn’t ignore but faces life’s anxieties is one of “thanksgiving.”

The verse that didn’t make “verse of the year” but follows it is—“And the peace of God . . . will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (v. 7). That’s quite the reassurance! By: John Blase

Reflect: What are two or three situations you’re worried about? How might reflecting on the ways God’s peace has carried you in the past be helpful?

Prayer: Jesus, some days and weeks and years feel overwhelming. Thank You for Your peace, which guards me yesterday, today, and forever.

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