Scripture Union Daily Guide 21 April 2022 – A Place of Safety In The Face of Certain Judgment

Scripture Union Daily Guide 21 April 2022
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Topic: A Place of Safety In The Face of Certain Judgment

 

Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, expose me to your truth as I read your word in Jesus name.

Scripture: Genesis 7:1‐24

Question(s) for Reflection
• Is there any example for me to follow or not to follow?
• Is there any warning for me to heed?
• What truth is God revealing to me in this passage?

Scripture Union Daily Guide 21 April 2022 MESSAGE

It is very commendable that God saw the righteousness of Noah in this corrupt and very sinful generation (v.1). This is repeated by Lot who was the only righteous man in the city of Sodom (Genesis 19). It is amazing that God kept His promises to individuals out of thousands of people.

Before God, it is not an issue of the majority but your individual relationship with Him. Why you? We are warned never to follow the majority (multitude or crowd) to do wrong (Exodus 23:2). Is it not dangerous to go against the majority? Being in a sound relationship with God means you are in a sure place of safety where no one will separate you from Him. In the ark, Noah was safe.

Are you in the ark with the Lord in this perverse generation? Living for God develops great faith in Him even in the most unexpected situations. Reflect on Noah’s faith in God. He laboured to build a ship away from the sea. Does it make sense to you? What would you have done were you living during Noah’s days?

We may not be wrong to say that many saw him as out of his mind. God saved him because of his faith and obedience. Are you living in obedience to God? God’s final judgment is underway. Have you climbed to the place of safety?
Practice/Word Application

So what? Read and reflect on Psalm 23.

• Any new insight or reinforcement of what you already know?
Sweet Zion Bells
1. O’er heav’nly plains the golden chimes Of Zion ring today, For passing souls those chimes are rung, To guide them on their way.
Refrain Sweet chiming Zion bells, Sweet chiming Zion bells, They cheer our pleasant way, Sweet chiming bells, They cheer us on our pleasant way, Sweet chiming bells.
2. And we who walk in earthly vales, Their joyful music ring, In melody divinely sweet, So faint and yet so clear.
3. They call us home, not here our rest, They softly seem to say; Beyond the gates of Zion fair, There shines a brighter day.

Closing Prayer
• O Lord, my God, let me be willing and obedient to all your commandments or instructions at all time.

Offer a prayer of faith in line with Numbers 6:24 ‐ 26

One Year Bible Reading Plan
Joshua 21, 22, Hebrews 12.

NATIONAL PRAYER BULLETIN

Thu, 21-Apr-2022

PRAYER FOCUS

PILGRIMS, CHILDREN, MISSION AND SCHOOLS TOT 21ST – 24TH
“Beloved, I am coming soon, bringing my recompense with me, to repay everyone for what he has done. Revelation 22:12

THANK GOD FOR:
› The deliberate trainings of the pilgrims to ensure continuity in SU work.
› The trainers God has prepared, that the grace of God will be sufficient during the training.

PRAY FOR:
› More willing pilgrims to volunteer for the training.
› Increased commitment in the production of pilgrims Bible Study outlines, children materials, and materials for youths and families.
› More dedicated people to volunteer for Mission work during this training.

PRAY AGAINST:
∷ Pilgrims being too busy in our personal businesses to the detriment of God’s work.
∷ Pseudo‐disciples who destroy the work due to their lack of integrity.

Scripture Union Daily Guide 21 April 2022. Scripture Union is an international, interdenominational, evangelical Christian organization. It was founded in 1867, and works in partnership with individuals and churches across the world. The organization’s stated aim is to use the Bible to inspire children, young people and adults to know God. Scripture Union Daily Guide 21 April 2022.

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