26 June 2019


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Today God says:
 "I am able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that you can ask or think".

He promises me:
  "Now unto Him that is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us". (Eph. 3:20)

My response to the word:
  God is able to do anything and everything. He knows no limits. Whatever I ask Him for in prayer, He is able to do, if I pray according to His precepts and principles. In fact, He is able to do far more than I even expect. This verse tells me that I have God's power working within me. In context, I know this means God's love and God's Spirit. The more of God's fullness that I have within me assures me that my prayers will be heard and answered.

My prayer:
  Dear Father, I know you are able to do anything and everything. I express my faith to you. Let your power work within me throughout this day.

Today's scriptures:
 "Besides, God will give you His constantly overflowing kindness. Then, when you always have everything you need, you can do more and more good things". (2 Cor. 9:8 GW) "Through His power we bring everything under His authority; He will change our humble bodies and make them like His glorified body". (Phil. 3:21 GW)  

Quote for today:
The test of true faith is not simply what a man holds in his head, but also what he loves in his heart. (R N Williams)  

On this day:
On 26th June 1691, John Flavel died suddenly of paralysis at Exeter at the age of 64 years, and was buried in Dartmouth churchyard. Born in Bromsgrove, England he was educated at Oxford and ordained to the ministry. Most of his time was spent around Devon where he was very popular, and where a meeting house was built for him in Dartmouth.. He was the author of a great many books, some of which are still in print.
On 26th June 1702, Philip Doddridge, an English Nonconformist clergyman, was born in London. Doddridge authored 370 hymn- texts, of which 'O Happy Day That Fixed My Choice' is still sung today.

"Scriptures are taken from the King James Bible or those marked (GW) are from the God's Word Translation, used with permission".

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