Daily Bread 6/18/2022


Daily Bread – June 18, 2022 (The Seventh Day – Genesis 2:1-3) Psalm 138:2 – I will worship toward Your holy temple, and I will praise Your Name for Your covenant love and for Your truth, because You have magnified Your Word above all Your Name. If God has so magnified His Word that it takes superiority over His Name, then how much higher should we place His Word above all we believe, perceive, or think? If God has declared that His Word is settled in Heaven, should we not agree with Him and recognize how it is that much more settled in Earth – and in our hearts (Psalm 119:89,152)? All we need to do is to be obedient to His Word and not waiver at His promises. If we are going to acknowledge God is eternal and He is a loving God, then we must equally recognize He is faithful and true. The Word of the Lord shall endure forever (Isaiah 40:8; 1 Peter 1:23,25; Psalm 105:8, 119:89,160). Everything God has said – even down to the smallest detail – shall be fulfilled. Heaven and Earth shall pass away, but not one single word of God shall ever cease to exist (Matthew 24:35). It does not matter what we think or what we perceive, God’s Word is settled. It is not good enough if we have faith that God did all those things He promised in the past, and that He will do all those things He has promised in the future; it must be personalized, and we must believe that all of His word will be fulfilled in us. Do not let the powers of darkness, nor persecution, disappointment, or selfish pride cause you to be unfruitful in the knowledge of the Lord; but having done all, to stand – and do not back down (Matthew 13:19-22; 2 Peter 1:8)! Blessings, Pastor Mark Spitsbergen