21 January 2020


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Today God says:
 "I am your Shepherd".

He promises me:
  "The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters". (Ps. 23:1,2)

My response to the word:
  Because the Lord is my Shepherd, I will never lack any good thing. He will supply all my needs according to His riches in glory through Christ Jesus. He will lead me, guide me, nurture me, protect me, keep me, feed me, and love me. Jesus Christ is the Good Shepherd of my life.

My prayer:
  Lord, you are my Shepherd. I am so happy to be a sheep in your flock. Thank you for guiding me, protecting me, and feeding me. Thank you for giving your life for me.

Today's scriptures:
 "The Good Shepherd gives His life for the sheep". (John 10:11 GW) "My God will richly fill your every need in a glorious way through Christ Jesus". (Phil. 4:19 GW) "The God of peace brought the great shepherd of the sheep, our Lord Jesus, back to life through the blood of an eternal promise". (Heb. 13:20 GW)  

Quote for today:
If we long to keep His statutes He will keep us; yea, His grace will keep us keeping His law. (Charles Spurgeon)  

On this day:
On 21st January 1797, Edward Mote was born in London. A cabinet maker he became one of Lady Huntingdon's ministers, but later switched to the Baptist church. During the last 22 years of his earthly life, he wrote over 100 hymns and published several collections of hymns. It was Mote who first used the term "Gospel Songs." His best known hymn is "The Solid Rock."
On 21st January 2018, Billy Graham died in Montreat, North Carolina, at the age of 99 years. Probably the most influential preacher of the 20th century, during his 60 year career it is estimated that he personally preached to 210 million people, apart from millions reached through TV.

"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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