Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.
SUMMARY: (Discussion over Job 42:1-6 and Psalm 3).
Jared led a devotional session focused on serving others as a form of ministering. He discussed the Book of Job, highlighting that Job's persecution led to a deeper understanding of God's character. Jared emphasized Job's confession, repentance, and the theme of divine vision and deeper faith. He also drew connections between Psalm 3 and the historical account of King David, emphasizing the themes of protection and salvation. The discussion centered around Psalms 3, focusing on rejection and lies from the devil and his fallen angels. Jared ended his message by encouraging his audience to seek God's truths through the Scriptures and trust the Lord to provide good works.
Serving as Divine Revelation
Jared led a devotional session, starting with a prayer, asking for God's guidance and understanding. He discussed the concept of serving others as a form of ministering. Then, he delved into a discussion of Job's persecution, referencing Psalms 3 and Job 42:5. Jared concluded by suggesting that trials can reveal God's character in ways previously unknown, as was the case with Job. He ended with a reading from Job 42:1-6.
Job's Spiritual Journey and Divine Vision
Jared discussed the repentance and spiritual knowledge conveyed through the Book of Job. Jared also referenced the commentary of Isaac the Syrian and Saint John, who explained that Job's suffering was justified and that his remaining righteous amidst the affliction mirrored Christ. Jared's discussion highlighted the theme of divine vision and its deeper faith, which surpasses the certainty of hearing.
Psalm 3: David, Absalom, and Divine Protection
Jared led a discussion centered around Psalm 3, drawing connections between the historical account of King David fleeing from his son Absalom and Jesus Christ as a descendant of David. He highlighted the theme of protection and salvation in the psalm, emphasizing that these qualities are from the Lord. Jared also shared his notes on the different translations and versions of the psalm and its prophetic significance.
Psalms 3: Rejection and Lies Discussion
Jared led a discussion centered around Psalms 3, emphasizing the themes of rejection and lies from the devil and his fallen angels. He encouraged the audience to read different versions of the Bible, starting with a prayer for guidance from the Lord. He also reminded them of the importance of understanding the text, urging them to take their time and break it down. Towards the end, he thanked everyone for their participation, expressing appreciation for their continued attendance.
Spiritual Encouragement and Guidance
Jared led a spiritual discussion, expressing his love and encouraging his audience to seek God's truths through the Scriptures, ask in prayer, and act on God's will. He emphasized asking, seeking, knocking, and trusting the Lord to provide good works. He ended his message with a prayer for peace and blessings upon his audience.
In Christ, Love Jared W Campbell
“The Lord bless you and keep you;
25 The Lord make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
26 The Lord [a]lift His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.” ’
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