Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 20 June 2022 Message for Monday. Read Daily Fountain Devotional 20 June 2022 for Anglican Communion
TOPIC: Living Worthy Of The Divine Calling
TEXT: Ephesians 4:1-3(NKJV)
Daily Fountain Devotional 20 June 2022 MESSAGE
Every calling as a soldier, banker, nurse, etc., demands codes of conduct that distinguished their members. Some of these codes are depicted by colours of uniforms, speech and work patterns. Similarly, we have a divine calling to become God’s children. 1 Peter 2:9 states that we are called to be a royal priesthood and a holy nation called into His marvelous light to show forth His praises.
Today’s passage enjoins us to live worthy of this great calling and outlines expected codes of conduct including humility, gentleness, lack of selfishness, patience, tolerance, love, eagerness to protect the unity of the body of Christ as well as functioning in accordance to the measure of God’s gift in our lives.
It is unfortunate that some Christians do not adhere to these codes of conduct. In their families, kindred, workplace and church they display pride, selfishness, hatred, disunity, ethnicity as well as opposition to the word of God. As a result, the name of God is maligned and blasphemed among the Gentiles (Rom. 2:24).
What a shame! God’s fiery judgment awaits such people. Jesus stated clearly that if you cause people to stumble, it would be better to have you drowned with a millstone round your neck (Matt.18:6 & Rom.14:12). Evaluate yourself today. Do you live such a life? Please repent and live worthy of your great calling before it is too late.
PRAYER: Dear Lord, please help my life to be worthy of your calling so that your name will not be blasphemed. Amen
God says: When you walk through the fires of adversity, you will not be burned. Isaiah 43:2
Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 20 June 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.