Daily Bread 10/12/2022


Daily Bread – October 12, 2022 (The Fourth Day – Genesis 1:14-19) 2 Peter 1:19 – And we have a more certain Word of prophecy that you do well to take hold of as a light shining in a murky place until the day shines through and the Morning Star arises in your heart. All of the treasures of wisdom and knowledge are found in Jesus Christ – Who is the Word made flesh. God the Father testified of Him on the mount of transfiguration, and Peter heard His voice. Yet, Peter includes all who are willing to study the Word of God in this great moment of revelation because Jesus is revealed with all the more certainty for everyone to see in the Scriptures. Anyone who will simply give themselves to the study of the Word of God will see Jesus is indeed the Son of God and the Savior of the world. We need to value the spiritual growth that comes from drinking the milk of the Word. If we would take a hold of the reality that man does not live by bread alone, but by every word proceeding from the mouth of God, then perhaps the study of the Word of God would become more meaningful to us. It is certainly more important than the food we value for our natural lives. If we will give ourselves to knowing those Heavenly things God locked up in His Word, then surely the treasures of Heaven will be opened to us and the revelation of the things of the Spirit will shine with the radiance of Heaven into our understanding. God’s Word is a light shining in a dark and uncertain world full of fears and doubts. Father’s will is that you and I come to realize the liberating knowledge of the truth only found in the glorious light of His Word. All the revelation of Heaven and the ages to come are found in the face of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. As we handle the Word of life and gaze upon those wonderful words of God, we are handling that Eternal Life which was manifested, Christ Jesus the Lord. Give yourself to the study of the Word of God and you will discover an ever increasing revelation of Jesus, in Whom all the fulness of the Godhead dwells. Blessings, Pastor Mark Spitsbergen