Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 23 September 2022 – None Shall Appear Before Me Empty- Handed

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TOPIC: None Shall Appear Before Me Empty- Handed

TEXT: Exodus 23:10-19(NKJV)

Daily Fountain Devotional 23 September 2022 MESSAGE

From today’s reading concerning the Sabbatic years, God commanded the Israelites thus: Sow the land six years; harvest the crops six years; let the land rest the seventh year, let the poor have all that the land produced on the seventh year. In their worship place, the males should appear before God three times a year.

Three times a year they should keep a feast to the Lord: Feast of the unleavened bread, feast of harvest and the feast of ingathering. In observing the above, none was to appear before God empty-handed. God Himself commanded this. In our churches today we must maintain a good fellowship with God, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together (Heb. 10:25).

There is a great need for us to attend all church activities and in doing this, we must destroy selective obedience and obey God in all things. Again, today’s topic is a clarion call for giving willingly. God demands our substances, our services, money, gifts and talents.

To be stingy and still appear before God empty-handed is a let down on God. When we seize God’s tithes and offerings, refuse to offer sacrifices to Him, make pledges without fulfilling them, we make ourselves liars and thieves in God’s house. God loves a cheerful giver.

PRAYER: Dear God, help me not to appear before you empty-handed in Jesus’ name. Amen

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 23 September 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.