Prayer Topic for Today:


Psalms 46:1 (KJV)

"God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble."

SONG: "Let the Redeemed Say So”

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Today's Bible Reading Scriptures

  • Day 38
  • John Chapters 13-15
  • Day 141
  • II Samuel 9:1-11:27
  • John 15:1-27
  • Psalms 119:49-64
  • Proverbs 16:1-3



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April 25, 2014

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Daily Devotional
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

                 A VERY PRESENT HELP

God is Our Refuge and Strength — Psalm 46

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.”

Psalm 46:1 (KJV)

Covenant blessings are not meant to be only looked at; they are intended to be appropriated. Even our Lord Jesus is given to us for our present use.

Believer, do you make use of Christ as you should? When you are in trouble, why do you not tell Him all your grief? Does He not have a sympathizing heart, and can He not comfort and relieve you? No, you are going about to all your friends, except for you best Friend, and you are telling your tale everywhere except to the heart of your Lord.

Are you burdened with this day’s sins? Here is a fountain filled with blood; use it, saint; use it. Has a sense of guilt returned to you? The pardoning grace of Jesus may be proved again and again. Come to Him at once for cleansing. Do you deplore your weakness? He is your strength; why not lean on Him? Do you feel naked? Come here, soul; put on the robe of Jesus’ righteousness. Do not stand looking at it, but wear it. Strip off your own righteousness and your own fears, too. Put on the fair white linen, for it was meant to wear.

Do you feel sick? Pull the night-bell of prayer, and call up the Beloved Physician! He will give the medicine that will revive you. You are poor, but then you have
“a kinsman ..., a mighty man of wealth” (Ruth 2:1). Will you not go to Him and ask Him to give you of His abundance, when He has given you the promise that you will be a joint heir with Him? All that He is and all that He has, He has made available to you.

There is nothing Christ dislikes more than for His people to make a display of Him and not to use Him. He loves to be employed by us. The more burdens we put on His shoulders, the more precious He will be to us.

Let us be simple with Him, then,

Not backward, stiff, or cold,

As though our Bethlehem could be

What Sinai was of old.

By Charles Spurgeon

Please say this Prayer of Faith if you want or need more of God in your life:
Dear Heavenly Father,
I repent and come before you just as I am, with all my sins and faults. I confess Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. I believe in my heart that you sent your Son, Jesus Christ to die on the cross for me and on the third day you raised him from the dead. I thank you Lord, for receiving me now, forgiving me, healing me, protecting me, making my life brand new, and for writing my name in the book of life.
In the powerful name of Jesus I pray. Amen.