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    OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017 — Hide and Seek

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     OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017

    Topic; Hide and Seek


      November 18, 2017 

    Read: Ezekiel 8 | Bible in a Year: Ezekiel 8–10; Hebrews 13

    In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 1 Peter 1:3
    OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017

    OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017

    “You can’t see me!”

    When small children play “hide and seek,” they sometimes believe they’re hiding just by covering their eyes. If they can’t see you, they assume you can’t see them.
    God knows us completely . . . and loves us just as much. Our Daily Manna Devotional

    Naïve as that may seem to adults, we sometimes do something similar with God. When we find ourselves desiring to do something we know is wrong, our tendency may be to shut God out as we willfully go our own way.

    OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017

    The prophet Ezekiel discovered this truth in the vision God gave him for his people, exiled in Babylon. The Lord told him, “Have you seen what the elders of Israel are doing in the darkness, each at the shrine of his own idol? They say, ‘The Lord does not see us’” (Ezek. 8:12).

    But God misses nothing, and Ezekiel’s vision was proof of it. Yet even though they had sinned, God offered His repentant people hope through a new promise: “I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you” (36:26).

    For us, God met the brokenness and rebellion of sin with His tender mercy at the cross, paying the ultimate penalty for it. Through Jesus Christ, God not only offers us a new beginning, but He also works within us to change our hearts as we follow Him. How good is God! When we were lost and hiding in our sinfulness, God drew near through Jesus, who “came to seek and to save” us (Luke 19:10; Rom. 5:8). ODM Daily

    Thank You for Your kindness to me, Lord. Help me to seek You and follow You faithfully today.

    God knows us completely . . . and loves us just as much.

    OUR Daily Bread Devotional November 18, 2017

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    1 comment:

    1. the unrighteousness of a man can not change God's faithfulness .He remains faithful even when we are faithless. What a marvelous God.

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