Sunday, June 29, 2014

DAY 561 - Remember Me, O My God, for Good

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Today's Reading: Nehemiah 11-13

Please read Nehemiah 11-13 and listen to what the Lord Jesus Christ would like to tell you before reading my Spiritual Journal below. If you would like to learn a simple and good way of Daily Devotion method please read my “Count Down 5” from my Devotion on Fire blog:

You may click this link directly for the method: Subject Shifting Devotion.pdf
You may begin with a song to praise the Lord and complete you devotion by singing another praise song.

我 的 神 啊 , 求 你 記 念 我 , 施 恩 與 我 。

                                                                尼希米記 13:31

Remember me, O my God, for good.
                                                              Nehemiah 13:31

Please click the links to Nehemiah 11-13

    What I got today from Jesus is: Remember me, O my God, for good

    Nehemiah asks God to remember him for the good things he did for Him. How much effort he used to make the final stage of the rebuilding of walls of the city of Jerusalem happened. How humble he was when everything was completed. That is a wonderful demonstration of servanthood. That is a deep way of showing the fear of the Lord.

    How can we learn from Nehemiah so that we can become a humble and powerful servant too?

Dear Lord Jesus,
Lead us to be able to humble ourselves under your total authority.  In Jesus name we pray. Amen.

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Discipler 123 (Daily devotion using N.T. Wright's NT for Everyone as source)

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