14 Days of Remembering God's Promises
For all of God’s promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding “Yes!” And through Christ, our “Amen” ascends to God for his glory.
- 2 Corinthians 1:20 (NLT) -
What is the Promises devotional?
Trusting God’s promises is not always easy. In fact, we oftentimes find ourselves questioning His promises and what He says in His word. When we look around us, and even in our own lives, we see a broken world, broken hearts, broken bodies, broken minds, and broken spirits. When that is all that is in front of us or all we allow ourselves to fix our attention to, then forgetting what He promised seems almost natural or inevitable.
The promises of God are constant; they are forever, and they will never change. They are written in His Word and meant to be ingrained in our hearts, each and every promise of God exemplified to us by Jesus.
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The purpose of the Promises devotional?
God isn’t interested in us practicing religion; instead, He desires a relationship with us. As we journey together for the next fourteen days, our prayer for you is that you begin to recall again all that God has promised you and that you are able to walk in what He has promised. And even more so where you feel broken, we pray you find restoration in remembering His promises.
How to get the most out of the Promises devotional?
Create a scheduled and intentional time for 10-15 minutes of reading this devotional. Screens and alerts off. Take a moment to:
Quiet your thoughts
SCHEDULE YOUR READING
Set aside a time and place to read this devotional and to meditate on the corresponding scriptures. Create a distraction-free environment.
PRAY BEFORE YOU READ
Ask God to reveal His truths as you read. Pray for consistency and clarity.
READ WITH A FRIEND
Read with someone that will hold you accountable for your daily reading.
Proverbs 27:17 says. “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”
SHARE WHAT YOU ARE LEARNING
Don’t just read it. Share how God’s word is speaking to you.