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Our Daily Bread: Isaiah 37 Bible Study: Fear The Lord, and There Extreme Power in Righteous Prayer:


Good Tuesday morning it’s October 5, 2021, I pray all is well. We should all fear the Lord serving Him in truth with all of our hearts. Everyday He works wonders in our lives and it should never be too much to ask for by just taking the time to thank Him for all He has done. We are also told in this process to confess our sins not only to Him but to other believers and to pray for one another and we shall be healed.

“The Power of prayer from those righteous in Christ holds extraordinary power of healing and has proven to change lives. We walk by faith not by sight!”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

Today’s Reading and Scripture work from our Isaiah Bible Study will cover Isaiah 37: Today’s message will come from Readings and Scripture work from 1 Kingdoms or 1 Samuel 12:24 depending on version, and I will end with James 5:16.

In the name of the Father and the Son and Holy Spirit. Amen!

Prayer of Enlightenment

Having received this new day as a gift, I thank you, Holy Trinity, for through Your

goodness and patience You were not wrathful with me, an idler and a sinner, neither have You cast me down in my sins. But You have shown Your love towards me and have guided me to keep my daily watch and to glorify Your power. Enlighten my mind to study Your word and open my heart to understand Your teachings in Scripture. Help me to apply what I learn and to praise You with all of my heart and to glorify Your holy name, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen!

37:1-4: When King Hezekiah went into the Temple, he did not pray for deliverance, despite his distress. Instead, he asked Isaiah to pray that YHWH rebuke the enemy’s blasphemy, and to pray for the remnant in Jerusalem.

37:8-9: Isaiah’s prayers are answered when, for the time being, the king of Assyria halts the siege on Jerusalem in order to deal with the threat from the Ethiopians.

37:10-20: Even from a distance, the enemy continues to blaspheme the God of Israel. But note how Hezekiah’s attitude changed. This time, he prays directly before the Lord, asking Him to secure Jerusalem so that all the Kingdoms will see and Know YHWH, the God Of Israel is the Lord of all.

37:22: The mighty King of Assyria will be laughed be scorned by vulnerable Jerusalem, because she is YHWH’s daughter.

37:36-38: The Angel of the Lord steps in. YHWH will utterly annihilate the enemy without a weapon, and the king will die at the hands of his own sons.

“Truly there is power in prayer when righteous Christians show up sharing His great messages and wonders. We learned that the power of prayer that came from Isaiah proved that one must be found righteous in the eyes of the Lord. This can only be achieved through prayer and fasting, staying obedient to His words and messages. I cleanse myself daily through prayer and in deep chats with the Lord, I feel grounded daily, because prayer brings me to total peace within.

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

1 Kingdoms (1 Samuel 12:24): : Only fear the Lord, and serve Him in truth with all your heart; for consider what great things He has done for you.

12:24: This was a sermon that was given by the Prophet Samuel and if you go back to verse 6 you can see the full version of his sermon. Samuel’s sermon expounds on the grace and deliverance of YHWH in the life of Israel. Even though a king of Israel was a concession from YHWH, Samuel encourages them that the monarchy will work if both they and the king continue in YHWH’s righteousness.

James 5:16: : [a]Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, [b]fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.

5:16-18: Some allege that confessing our sins to YHWH before a priest is not biblical. The ancient Christian custom was to confess your trespasses to one another. When a Christian was guilty of sin, the matter was confessed before the entire Church as an act of repentance. As the Church grew, and those not part of the community came to observe, the pressure in such public confession became so great that the priest, instead of the entire community, heard the confession, representing the people. What is not taught in Scripture is a private confession only to YHWH, which refuses to acknowledge sin to the community, reference (1 John 1:8-10 ). Thus, the Church has affected healing through such works of faith as confession of sins and the power of intercessory prayer.

  • “ I have no shame admitting my sins and shortcomings to you all. Every night I repent for my day and ask Him to forgive me. Nightly I ask Him to forgive me of my groaning both voluntary and involuntary. Living daily cleansed and the feeling in my heart that I’m truly forgiven and redeemed, brings me nothing but peace!”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

Third Hour Prayer: Acts 2:4,15: All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues… (It was) only nine in the morning.

Chant Psalm 51: :

Prayer O God, You have graciously brought us to thus hour, the time when You poured Your Holy Spirit in tongues of fire upon Your apostles, filling them with the gift of Your grace; so, most wonderful Lord, may we too receive this blessing; and as we seek to praise You, merciful God, in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, may we share in Your eternal Kingdom. For Your name is worthy of all honor and majesty and You are to be glorified in hymns of blessing, now and forever to the ages of ages. Amen!

Prayer: O Lord, You sent down You most Holy Spirit upon Your Apostles at the Third Hour. Take Him not from us, O gracious One, but renew us as we pray to you.

Through the prayers of our holy Fathers, Lord Yeshua Hamashiach (Jesus Christ), have mercy upon us and save us. Amen!

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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