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November 30 BIBLE LIFE

November 30 BIBLE LIFE

Daily Bible Life

The people of Judah punished Jeremiah for prophesying the mind of God. They cast him into a pit and expected him to starve to death. The scripture explained how the people maltreated Prophet Jeremiah, “So they took Jeremiah and cast him into the dungeon of Malchiah the king’s son, which was in the court of the prison, and they let Jeremiah down with ropes. And in the dungeon there was no water, but mire. So Jeremiah sank in the mire” (Jeremiah 38:6).

 

Lesson:

Servants of God deserve special honor, but unfortunately most people maltreat them. They abuse and oppress them for any reason they can find. Meanwhile, it is ideal that everyone honor the men and women that serve God in any capacity since they are God’s representatives. All people should care for God’s servants. We should motivate them in their good works by offering them our moral support and others. People ought to understand that whatever they did to God’s servants is what they have technically done to God himself! A person who cares for God’s servants should be expecting God to bless him in return! The Creator will indeed bless the person. He will make his work abide on earth, and also earn him his special reward in heaven.

 

Prayer:

Dear God, I ask you to give me grace to honor your servants. I understand that your servants deserve to be respect, and they must be Kindly treated. Give me ability to support them in any capacity that I have. Let me be a good source of motivation for your servants so that they can continue their pious services for you. As I care to support your servants, please let it be well with me in every area of my life. For in the name of Jesus Christ I make my requests. Amen.

 

 

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