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Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Thursday ODB

Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Thursday ODB


Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Thursday ODB

Welcome to Our Daily Bread Today Devotional for 21st April 2022 written by Winn Collier to inspire and bless you! Kindly share with other people.

APRIL 21, 2022 OUR DAILY BREAD TODAY | THURSDAY

TODAY’S TOPIC: REALLY ALIVE

Bible in a Year: 2 Samuel 12–13; Luke 16

Key Verse: “There will be no more death.” Revelation 21:4

Today’s Scripture: Revelation 21:1–7

Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Wednesday ODB Insight

Today’s passage gives us a glimpse of heaven, describing it as a physical place (Revelation 21:1–2). Jesus said He was going to prepare a place for us (John 14:2–3), and this promise is fulfilled in the Holy City, the New Jerusalem, (Revelation 21:2). While it’s a great comfort that heaven is a perfect place (v. 4), the most important thing is that it’s the dwelling place of God (v. 3).

In this final vision of the beginning of eternity (21:1–22:9), John hears Christ declaring, “It is done” (21:6). The New Living Translation renders it, “It is finished!” echoing Christ’s victorious cry from the cross (John 19:30). Sin’s curse will one day be completely removed and reversed (Revelation 21:4–5; see Genesis 3:16–19). By: K. T. Sim

Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Wednesday ODB Message

Since it was the week after Easter, our five-year-old son, Wyatt, had heard plenty of resurrection talk. He always had questions—usually real stumpers. I was driving, and he was buckled into his seat behind me. Wyatt peered out the window, deep in thought. “Daddy,” he said, pausing and preparing to ask me a tough one. “When Jesus brings us back to life, are we going to be really alive—or just alive in our heads?”

This is the question so many of us carry, whether or not we have the courage to speak it aloud. Is God really going to heal us? Is He really going to raise us from the dead? Is He really going to keep all His promises?

The apostle John describes our certain future as “a new heaven and a new earth” (Revelation 21:1). In that holy city, “God himself will be with [us] and be [our] God” (v. 3). Because of Christ’s victory, we’re promised a future where there’s no more tears, no evil arrayed against God and His people. In this good future, “There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away” (v. 4).

In other words, in the future God promises, we’ll be really alive. We’ll be so alive that our life now will seem a mere shadow. By: Winn Collier

Reflect: Where do you experience death in your life? If God promises that death is doomed and we’re going to really live, how does this renew your hope?

Prayer: God, You said death will meet its end and You promise me genuine life. Thank You.

Thank you for reading Today’s Our Daily Bread 21st April 2022, Wednesday ODB
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