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Our Daily Bread: DAY 22: Fleece Prayer:

The grass withers, the flower fades,
But the word of our God stands forever.” Isaiah 40:8

DAY 22: Fleece Prayer:

The Sign of The Fleece:

So Gideon said to God, “If You will save Israel by my hand as You have said— 37 look, I shall put a fleece of wool on the threshing floor; if there is dew on the fleece only, and it is dry on all the ground, then I shall know that You will save Israel by my hand, as You have said.” 38 And it was so. When he rose early the next morning and squeezed the fleece together, he wrung the dew out of the fleece, a bowlful of water.

6:36-38: The hymns of the Orthodox Church reveal the dewy fleece as symbolic of Mary conceiving the Son of YHWH (God) in her womb...On the Feast of the Annunciation we sing, “He shall come down as rain upon the fleece…”In the first Nativity Canon we hear, “As dew upon the fleece, You have descended into the womb of the Virgin, O Christ…”

“When God gives a vision, He always makes a provision.

-Mark Batterson

“For it is the Lord Who understands how He works through us all...Many times He works through us in Spirit, and the one thing I have learned is to be obedient when He comes calling...I have learned not to question His ways but instead follow by obedience, because it’s not by my understanding that matters, but by His own understandings on all matters...I finally understand my purpose He given me, and I understand how it feels to say, I answer to only Christ and no one else...Christ is the physician of my soul and body, he heals my infirmities whether they are physical, emotional, or even mental...Christ is the Healer, I trust in Him and nothing more for He is the One Who will lead us on the right path…”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

He who follows righteousness and mercy
Finds life, righteousness, and honor. Proverbs 21:21

My Daily Prayer Journal


“Behold! My Servant whom I uphold,

My [a]Elect One in whom My soul delights!

I have put My Spirit upon Him;

He will bring forth justice to the Gentiles.

42:1: I put My Spirit upon Him mentions all Three Persons of the Holy Trinity... “I” and “My” speak of the Father, “Him” is the Son; “Spirit” is the Holy Spirit…

“WHEN WE STRUGGLE in unfamiliar territory, Lord we feel Your calming, guiding hand and remember that You have always been faithful to Your children...Then we will know that our journey is safe...Please, continue to give us confidence as we move to where You are calling us…”

-My Daily Prayer Journal

“There are moments where I’m at complete peace with the Lord where I’m feeling His Spirit within me...These are the moments that strengthen my faith when I have these moments of peace and a clam spirit to carry on my day...When I’m not at peace I find myself pacing the house like a work dog, but as soon as I hit His Word, quickly I’m hit with peace and understanding...The hardest thing sometimes is just finding the confidence to cry out to Him when we are in need of our heavenly Physician, Christ the Healer...The Word brings me hope, refuge, and protection when I need it the most...We Bless and thank you the Lord of the Most High for giving us Your Son our refuge and with His life giving Spirit we have protection…”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

Trust in the Lord forever,
For in Yah, the Lord, is[a]everlasting strength. Isaiah 26:4

The Father is my hope. The Son is my refuge. The Holy Spirit is my protection. Holy Trinity, glory to You!

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

For Yours is the Kingdom, the power and the glory of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen!

May YAHWEH Bless you all,

Jared W. Campbell

US Army Retired

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