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Our Daily Bread: Psalm 31, Cry Out To God for forgiveness and remission of sins!


Good Friday Morning it’s July 23, 20121, I pray all is well.

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

Glory to You, our God, glory to You!

Opening Prayer

Lord Jesus Christ, my God, You said, “Apart from me You can do nothing.” In faith I embrace Your words, Lord, and I entreat Your goodness. Help me to carry out the work I am about to begin, and to bring it to completion. To You I give glory, Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

My Lord and Savior, You became man and labored with Your hands until the time of Your ministry. Bless me as I begin this work. Help me to bring it to completion. Lord, enlighten my mind and strengthen my body, that I may accomplish my task according to Your will. Guide me to bring about works of goodness to Your service and glory. Amen!

Our Faith is everything if we hold on to it without compromising any of our convictions, that could end with conflicts with God. Faith in hard times can be difficult to maintain and I know many people say I feel nothing. Here is a little secret from my point and walk with Christ our God; faith is discipline. You might ask please explain, I will say it's simple pray, fast, & give. We must learn our Bibles inside and out and each day read our daily bread, pray in spirit and its truth; and give to all those in need spreading love & peace just like Yeshua (Jesus). We must live the teachings of Yeshua (Jesus) each day in all of our daily lives, and eventually that work turns into discipline.

“Discipline turns you into a great leader and messenger of God, and then you are prepared; and a new creation, a soldier in Christ.”

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Psalm 31:1-25: Can be read daily as a Prayer:

Psalm 31: Is said to be a revelation and an ecstasy of Christ the end making a reference to the extreme humiliation He (Christ) suffered on the Cross before the Father for all of mankind. Look at verse 6, and quote by Him as His last words to the Father on the Cross just before He died (Luke 23:46, From verse 2-23 it describes this type of humiliation, and verse 24, and 25 talks about the fruit of His humiliation bears in the Church for love for the Father. Verse 24 speaks of those who act with great arrogance who reject the Lord’s extreme humiliation with their extreme arrogance.

Psalm 31 is a great read for a prayer anytime you need to cry out to God in a time of need and a time of sorrows. This Psalm gives us a look into God how he is our refuge when we turn to Him, in spirit and in truth. We can find trust in Him when we cry out His spirit will come over us filling us with energy of love and peace. This Psalm also helps to remind us that He is a loving and caring God who loves mankind those who seek Him, and glorify His great might, shining with His love, and awesome works.

God Loves us All reach out before it’s too late!

Monday 07-26-2021: We will hold off on 1 Kings 17, 18 & 19: On Monday we will start scripture work on how to be a Faithful servant and a prepared Soldier in Christ our God, these verses help strengthen our faith and discipline.

Scriptures to checkout before Monday:

2 Timothy 2:1-7

Ephesians 6:10-20

Psalms 91

Philippians 4:6-9

John 16:33

2 Samuel 22:2-4

Joshua 1:9

John 8:12

1 Peter 5:8-11

Psalms 23

Closing & The Lord’s Prayer:

Thank You, Lord, for Your strength and guidance in my work. You are the fulfillment of all good things. Fill also my soul with joy and gladness, that I may praise You always. Amen!

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!

God Bless You All!

Jared W. Campbell

US Army Retired

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