February 22

Exodus 3:14 God said to Moses, “I am who I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I am has sent me to you.’”

Isaiah 2:22 Stop trusting in man, who has but a breath in his nostrils. Of what account is he?

Psalm 145:18-19 The Lord is near to all who call on Him, to all who call on Him in truth. 19 He fulfills the desires of all who fear Him; He also hears their cry, and saves them.

John 14:27 Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful.

Psalm 91:2 I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in Him will I trust.

Song of Solomon 2:4 He has brought me to His banquet hall, and His banner over me is love.

May the Lord give you wisdom to discern the holy from the common and to teach those around you the difference between the clean and unclean, that all may drawn closer to God and glorify the Father through the Son. Leviticus 13

May you have confidence in the love of God to approach your High Priest, Christ Jesus, when you find an infectious blemish or painful boil or embarrassing rash disfiguring your soul and impeding your fellowship, knowing that He can make you clean, though He may draw you apart for a time so you can heal, for through the cleansing of His word and the ministry of His spirit you can be made whole. Leviticus 13

May you seek to know the Lord in spirit and in truth rather than by the traditions and understanding of men, for to know Him after the flesh is to deny His power and forsake His faith. Mark 6

My child, fear not death, nor seek to avoid it in conversation or thought. Death is your ally, for I have conquered him who once wielded the power of death and lorded it over you. Life is one side of the coin of which death is the other side. In My hands, they work together.
In the world, people fear death in all its forms and seek after life alone. But the life of the flesh without death is sterile and without benefit. Only the life of the spirit can continue without end; all other life must be changed by passing through death in the power of My resurrection to come into the eternal life of the Spirit.
Little children will sometimes fear sleep, not knowing what will happen when they wake, but as they learn the love of their parents who watch over them and keep them from loss and harm, they learn to rest in the embrace of sleep, having trust in those who love them.
Recall how baptism reflects your death to your former life and the freedom you gain in being joined to Me; remember the circumcision of your heart, cutting away the fleshly nature which, warring with the spirit, seeks to control you until it is cut off and dies, bringing you relief and joy.
Remind yourself that unless a grain of wheat fall to the ground and die, it abides alone; I chose to die that I could bring you and many brethren into life eternal.
In My hands, death works life in your heart; embrace My work within you and around you, trusting without fear, loving without reservation, accepting the death of your members that life may bloom and be received by multitudes who are waiting to know Me.

May you go forth as the Spirit sends you, trusting God for your needs, giving freely of what you have received, speaking what you hear the Father saying and doing what you see the Father doing, that the Lord, Who watches over His word to perform it, will confirm His kingdom with signs following. Mark 6

May your heart grow hot within you and, as you meditate, may the fire burn as you seek the Lord and place your hope in Him rather than those things that the world seeks after and trusts in. Psalm 39

May the Lord hear your prayer and listen to your call for help, for you are a pilgrim, a traveler passing through the earth, seeking a city not built with hands, having a more enduring foundation. Psalm 39


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