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Bible Junction 26/07/2021

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26/07/2021

FROM MY DESK TO YOU
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DONT LET EMOTIONS GIVE THE DEVIL A FOOTHOLD.

Scripture: _"Anger gives a foothold to the devil." Ephesians 4:27.

In every quarrel, an unseen spiritual war is going on behind the scenes.

At the surface, a quarrel may seem minor. You may think you're arguing about who didn’t take out the garbage or who left their clothes on the floor. But at a deeper level, Satan is trying to create chaos, distractions, and destruction in your relationships. He is behind the scenes, taking every opportunity to produce conflict in your life.

You won’t have peace in your life if you think you’re fighting only with another person. You are fighting against spiritual forces. Satan is not seen, but he is real. He is the source behind all conflict.

Ephesians 4:27 says, "Anger gives a foothold to the devil". Anger gives Satan something to hold on to in your life, it gives him a room to rent in your heart before he steals title deeds of your life. Any time you get angry and use hurtful words, you open the door for Satan to get a foothold in your emotions and create chaos. You can’t have healthy relationships if you have uncontrolled and chaotic emotions.

When you become angry, Satan is at the ready with an arsenal of hurtful words that he plants in your mind. He stokes your pride. He makes you think you must be right or have the last word. He keeps you from seeing or caring about the hurt you’re causing. Thats why most of the times when you are angry you say hurtful words with all confidence and without guilt.

How do you fight against that kind of power? You’ve got to resist the devil.

When you realize you’re about to get into a quarrel with someone, be aware that Satan has a plan to upset you. He wants you to be stressed, angry, and hurt. _Satan will use any negative emotion in your life to destroy your peace. But you don’t have to let him do that!

He also uses his small explosive tool called "pride", this tool will tell you that, "you are right and the other person is wrong." "You have power and the other person is weak." " If you apologise you will look like a fool." "Show them what you are made of." It causes you to forget that you are a child of God who was saved and forgiven by God.

"We don’t want to unwittingly give Satan an opening for yet more mischief—we’re not oblivious to his sly ways!" (2 Corinthians 2:11)

If you don't know how Satan schemes, then you will be outwitted time and time again. But now you know that—when you get angry and use hurtful words—you're giving Satan a foothold in your life and your relationships. So you’ll be able to stop the quarrel before it starts.

_The next time you’re tempted to respond in anger, make the choice to speak life and love instead._

And remember "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12*_

Have a good day and God bless you all .

FROM MY DESK TO YOU
✍🏽
DONT LET EMOTIONS GIVE THE DEVIL A FOOTHOLD.

Scripture: _"Anger gives a foothold to the devil." Ephesians 4:27.

In every quarrel, an unseen spiritual war is going on behind the scenes.

At the surface, a quarrel may seem minor. You may think you're arguing about who didn’t take out the garbage or who left their clothes on the floor. But at a deeper level, Satan is trying to create chaos, distractions, and destruction in your relationships. He is behind the scenes, taking every opportunity to produce conflict in your life.

You won’t have peace in your life if you think you’re fighting only with another person. You are fighting against spiritual forces. Satan is not seen, but he is real. He is the source behind all conflict.

Ephesians 4:27 says, "Anger gives a foothold to the devil". Anger gives Satan something to hold on to in your life, it gives him a room to rent in your heart before he steals title deeds of your life. Any time you get angry and use hurtful words, you open the door for Satan to get a foothold in your emotions and create chaos. You can’t have healthy relationships if you have uncontrolled and chaotic emotions.

When you become angry, Satan is at the ready with an arsenal of hurtful words that he plants in your mind. He stokes your pride. He makes you think you must be right or have the last word. He keeps you from seeing or caring about the hurt you’re causing. Thats why most of the times when you are angry you say hurtful words with all confidence and without guilt.

How do you fight against that kind of power? You’ve got to resist the devil.

When you realize you’re about to get into a quarrel with someone, be aware that Satan has a plan to upset you. He wants you to be stressed, angry, and hurt. _Satan will use any negative emotion in your life to destroy your peace. But you don’t have to let him do that!

He also uses his small explosive tool called "pride", this tool will tell you that, "you are right and the other person is wrong." "You have power and the other person is weak." " If you apologise you will look like a fool." "Show them what you are made of." It causes you to forget that you are a child of God who was saved and forgiven by God.

"We don’t want to unwittingly give Satan an opening for yet more mischief—we’re not oblivious to his sly ways!" (2 Corinthians 2:11)

If you don't know how Satan schemes, then you will be outwitted time and time again. But now you know that—when you get angry and use hurtful words—you're giving Satan a foothold in your life and your relationships. So you’ll be able to stop the quarrel before it starts.

_The next time you’re tempted to respond in anger, make the choice to speak life and love instead._

And remember "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12*_

Have a good day and God bless you all .

Photos from Bible Junction's post 24/07/2021

Good day men of God!
Dear Lord, You are my refuge. Every good thing I had, have, or will have is in You. Thank you that You are faithful to me in life and in death. I renew my trust and confidence in You🥰


Psalms 16:1 - 16:11
1. Keep me safe, my God, for in you I take refuge.
2. I say to the LORD, "You are my Lord; apart from you I have no good thing."
3. I say of the holy people who are in the land, "They are the noble ones in whom is all my delight."
4. Those who run after other gods will suffer more and more. I will not pour out libations of blood to such gods or take up their names on my lips.
5. LORD, you have assigned me my portion and my cup; you have made my lot secure.
6. The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; surely I have a delightful inheritance.
7. I will praise the LORD, who counsels me; even at night my heart instructs me.
8. I keep my eyes always on the LORD. With hime at my right hand, I will not be shaken.
9. Therefore my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices; my body also will rest secure,
10. because you will not abandon me to the grave, nor will you let your Holy One see decay.
11. You make known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand.

Reflection
Our One Good Thing (16:1–6)
David expresses his confidence in the Lord as his shelter and the one who provides him with every good thing. In fact, God Himself is his only treasured possession. Because of his relationship with God, he feels secure and provided for. God is faithful, kind, generous, and able to protect and provide for those who trust Him. Nothing and no one else in the universe can offer this kind of security. Sooner or later, every idol that people pursue will let them down. But when we take refuge in who the Lord is, in what He has done, and in what He promises to do, we realize with David that having God far outweighs what the world offers.

Faithful in Life and in Death (16:7–11)/
The psalmist’s confidence in the Lord culminates in joyful praise. He praises God, who is always by his side and lovingly guiding him on the path of eternal life. Even at night, his heart’s meditations echo God’s instructions. Our confidence is also based on God’s abiding presence. The Holy Spirit is always with us to counsel and instruct us. We can, therefore, feel secure regardless of our circumstances, that God will not abandon our souls to sin and death. He takes the lead in His relationship with us and makes sure it continues through all eternity. How amazing it is that even death does not stop us from receiving all of God’s amazing blessings!

Application
- When was a time you ran to the Lord for refuge? How did He keep you safe, and how did you grow in your relationship with Him?

- How do you receive God’s counsel in your everyday life? How does God’s guidance make you feel secure?

A Letter to God
Dear Lord, You are my refuge. Every good thing I had, have, or will have is in You. Thank you that You are faithful to me in life and in death. I renew my trust and confidence in You. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Photos from Bible Junction's post 21/07/2021

Good day believers!
Heavenly Father, thank you for being the God who listens to our prayers. When I go through suffering, help me to always find joy and hope in You. Strengthen me so that I may persevere in hardship🙏


Psalms 13:1 - 13:6
1. How long, LORD ? Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me?
2. How long must I wrestle with my thoughts and every day have sorrow in my heart? How long will my enemy triumph over me?
3. Look on me and answer, LORD my God. Give light to my eyes, or I will sleep in death;
4. and my enemy will say, "I have overcome him," and my foes will rejoice when I fall.
5. But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation.
6. I will sing to the LORD, for he has been good to me.

Reflection
How Long? (13:1–2)
David cries out four times, “How long?” It is one of the enemy’s regular tactics to make us believe that there is no end to our suffering. Unable to see the light at the end of the tunnel, we feel as if God has left us to fend for ourselves. David, however, sees the light—not just of the future but of what God has already accomplished for him. This fuels his hope in the steadfast love of God and His power to save. So he calls out to God in his anguish. When our suffering seems endless, we must remember that God Himself came to suffer for us. No matter how long our suffering lasts, Jesus Christ is walking with us through it all.

Praise in Suffering (13:3–6)
David’s cries do not turn into resentment against God but into prayers of supplication. David asks God to light up his spiritual eyes so that, no matter how harshly his enemies attack him, his heart will not become hostile against God. This is why, even in the midst of suffering, David is still able to find reasons to praise the Lord. God is delighted when we praise Him, not only for His material blessings but because He came to relate with us as our Creator, Savior, and Lord. As we face challenges in life, may we not leave room for the enemy to break our relationship with God. Let us instead continue to praise the God who hears our cries and knows our suffering.

Application
- How do you cry out to God when you cannot see an end to your suffering? How can you remind yourself of the promises of God so that you can always find hope in darkness?

- How can you change your prayers to reflect your heart rather than your circumstances? How can you praise God in the midst of suffering?

A Letter to God
Heavenly Father, thank you for being the God who listens to our prayers. When I go through suffering, help me to always find joy and hope in You. Strengthen me so that I may persevere in hardship. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Photos from Bible Junction's post 20/07/2021

: DONT ADD FUEL TO THE FIRES OF ONLINE ARGUMENTS

Scripture: _"Don't answer fools when they speak foolishly, or you will be just like them." Proverbs 26:4.

There’s a lot of negative stuff online. It’s never been easier to take to heart the negativity that you read on your social media feed and then get drawn into unproductive arguments. You just want to set people straight!

"Stay away from those who have foolish arguments and talk about useless family histories and argue and quarrel about the law. Those things are worth nothing and will not help anyone" (Titus 3:9).

God doesn’t want you to get involved in useless arguments. That includes those on the Internet. There are plenty of people just waiting for someone to challenge them online. They even go looking for arguments. But those folks use motivated reasoning, which means, no matter what you say, it's not going to change anything. The Bible has something to say about people who live for the fight: "Just as charcoal and wood keep a fire going, a quarrelsome person keeps an argument going" (Proverbs 26:21).

Don’t add fuel to the fire. "Don't answer fools when they speak foolishly, or you will be just like them" (Proverbs 26:4). Don’t let them hook you!

What people think about you should not concern you and does not have any degree of influence on your happiness. Instead, here's what Jesus says you should be worrying about: "And I tell you that on the Judgment Day people will be responsible for every careless thing they have said" (Matthew 12:36).

One day, we’re going to give an account of every word we used on the Internet or our phones. That ought to give anyone pause before they post anything.

The Bible says that pride always causes conflict (Proverbs 13:10). Anywhere you find conflict, ego is involved. When my pride hits your pride, that causes conflict.
Before you go online, ask God to give you a good dose of humility. You’ll need it as you face the fire and make the right choice to speak in love.
Good day.

Photos from Bible Junction's post 19/07/2021

FROM MY DESK TO YOU
✍🏼
HOW TO SURRENDER TO GOD’S WILL WHEN YOU IN PAIN

Scripture: _“Abba, Father . . . everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.” Mark 14:36.

To have the mind of Christ means you want to do God's will, even when it's painful, even when it's difficult, even when it seems impossible. Jesus gave us the ultimate example of this the night before he went to the cross.

In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus was in agony knowing the pain he was going to face the next day—not just the physical pain but the emotional and spiritual pain of being separated from his Father as he carried the shame and weight of our sin.

Even then, Jesus prayed, “Abba, Father . . . everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will” (Mark 14:36). In Gethsemane, Jesus said that he wanted to do God's will, not his own, even if it was painful.

Any time you're in pain, pray the Garden of Gethsemane prayer. There are three parts to it. The first part is faith. Jesus believed God had the power to change his situation. You can pray that, too. Whatever kind of situation you're going through right now, you can start by praying in faith, “God, I know you’ve got the power to change this.”

Then ask God for his help. It's appropriate to say, “God, I'm asking for your help. I'm in a lot of pain right now, and I need some relief. I'm asking for you to do a miracle. I know you have the power to change the situation, and I’m asking you to do it.”

The third part of the Gethsemane prayer is surrender, and its key to learning to have the mind of Christ. Pray like Jesus did: “Lord, even though I'm asking you to take away the pain, I surrender to you. More than anything else, even more than relief, I want your will, not mine.”

Are you ready to say that to God in your hour of greatest need? When you do, you show your spiritual maturity and trust in God to continue to provide for you and use your trouble for good.

Good Day.

Photos from Bible Junction's post 18/07/2021

Happy happy Lord’s day!
Let us worship to Him who loves you and died for your sins!!🙌🏾😇💒


Exodus 40:1 - 40:16
1. Then the LORD said to Moses:
2. "Set up the tabernacle, the Tent of Meeting, on the first day of the first month.
3. Place the ark of the Testimony in it and shield the ark with the curtain.
4. Bring in the table and set out what belongs on it. Then bring in the lampstand and set up its lamps.
5. Place the gold altar of incense in front of the ark of the Testimony and put the curtain at the entrance to the tabernacle.
6. "Place the altar of burnt offering in front of the entrance to the tabernacle, the Tent of Meeting;
7. place the basin between the Tent of Meeting and the altar and put water in it.
8. Set up the courtyard around it and put the curtain at the entrance to the courtyard.
9. "Take the anointing oil and anoint the tabernacle and everything in it; consecrate it and all its furnishings, and it will be holy.
10. Then anoint the altar of burnt offering and all its utensils; consecrate the altar, and it will be most holy.
11. Anoint the basin and its stand and consecrate them.
12. "Bring Aaron and his sons to the entrance to the Tent of Meeting and wash them with water.
13. Then dress Aaron in the sacred garments, anoint him and consecrate him so he may serve me as priest.
14. Bring his sons and dress them in tunics.
15. Anoint them just as you anointed their father, so they may serve me as priests. Their anointing will be to a priesthood that will continue for all generations to come."
16. Moses did everything just as the LORD commanded him.

Reflection
Set Apart (40:1–11)
God commands Moses to consecrate everything in the tabernacle. It was important to do this because otherwise these items would just be ordinary; everything in God’s house needs to be special. We still practice consecration in various ways. Pastors, for example, are consecrated to serve God by shepherding His people. Just like the priests and everything else in the tabernacle, our pastors are set apart among other members of the church in order to teach God’s Word and administer His sacraments. We must show respect to our pastors for their service to God and His people. When you see your pastor, be sure to encourage them because God has consecrated them to lead you in your spiritual growth.

The Perfect Mediator (40:12–16)
God states that Aaron and his descendants will be His appointed priests for the foreseeable future. Priests were essential under the old covenant because they were the mediators between God and the people. Since sinful people could not approach God, they needed someone who could. But through Jesus’ death on the cross, the veil that divides God from His people was torn. Now, Jesus’ righteousness covers our sins so that we can approach God. Everything that a priest did, Jesus does with absolute perfection. Priests were sinners and would eventually die and need replacing. But Jesus lives forever and is sinless. He is a perfect mediator who lives forever to make intercession to God on our behalf.

Application
- How do you view your pastor and the special role they play? How can you encourage your pastor this week?

- In what ways does Christ fulfill the ministry of a mediator between us and God? How does Jesus’ perfect priesthood give you encouragement?

A Letter to God
Dear Jesus, thank you that You are my perfect mediator. Thank you that through You, I can approach God with confidence. Help me to be bold in my prayers because of Your sacrifice. In Your name, Amen.

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Exodus 40:17 - 40:33
17. So the tabernacle was set up on the first day of the first month in the second year.
18. When Moses set up the tabernacle, he put the bases in place, erected the frames, inserted the crossbars and set up the posts.
19. Then he spread the tent over the tabernacle and put the covering over the tent, as the LORD commanded him.
20. He took the Testimony and placed it in the ark, attached the poles to the ark and put the atonement cover over it.
21. Then he brought the ark into the tabernacle and hung the shielding curtain and shielded the ark of the Testimony, as the LORD commanded him.
22. Moses placed the table in the Tent of Meeting on the north side of the tabernacle outside the curtain
23. and set out the bread on it before the LORD, as the LORD commanded him.
24. He placed the lampstand in the Tent of Meeting opposite the table on the south side of the tabernacle
25. and set up the lamps before the LORD, as the LORD commanded him.
26. Moses placed the gold altar in the Tent of Meeting in front of the curtain
27. and burned fragrant incense on it, as the LORD commanded him.
28. Then he put up the curtain at the entrance to the tabernacle.
29. He set the altar of burnt offering near the entrance to the tabernacle, the Tent of Meeting, and offered on it burnt offerings and grain offerings, as the LORD commanded him.
30. He placed the basin between the Tent of Meeting and the altar and put water in it for washing,
31. and Moses and Aaron and his sons used it to wash their hands and feet.
32. They washed whenever they entered the Tent of Meeting or approached the altar, as the LORD commanded Moses.
33. Then Moses set up the courtyard around the tabernacle and altar and put up the curtain at the entrance to the courtyard. And so Moses finished the work.

Reflection
As the Lord Commanded (40:17–33)
The tabernacle is God’s dwelling place on earth, so its construction is a huge undertaking that requires the highest level of precision and meticulousness. God gives the people of Israel specific instructions for every part of the tabernacle and each of its furnishings, from its material to its placement. The work undoubtedly requires a lot of time, attention, and energy. But Moses obeys God to the letter. He silences his own thoughts and opinions about what is needed and perseveres until everything is done “as the Lord commanded him.” Obedience requires more than mindless action. It demands ears that listen, a heart that carefully ponders God’s words, and the diligence to faithfully follow through with the instructions we receive. Before springing into action, we must first listen attentively to what God says and ready ourselves to obey His commands with steadfastness.

Application
- What does inattentiveness when reading the Bible say about the condition of our hearts? What steps can you take to be more attentive to God’s Word?

A Letter to God
Intercede Together

The World
In 2019, Gabon’s GDP was the fourth-highest on the African continent. Unfortunately, political troubles and an economy that is heavily dependent on declining oil reserves are weakening the country’s economic situation. In addition, the riches are held by an elite few while one-third of the population lives under the poverty line. Pray that God will bring about political stability and that the poor will be taken care of as the gospel reaches them.

The Unreached
The Zarma in Niger have a reputation for being hard-working people. They are mainly farmers and take care of their farms in family units. The children are taught to be reverent toward elders, and not looking directly at superiors is a way of showing respect. Their religion is a mix of Islam and animistic beliefs. Thankfully, the Bible has been translated into their language. Pray that the Word of God would dwell in their hearts.

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