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READ THE GOOD NEWS TODAY?

DAILY BREAD OF LIFE
Saturday 7th April, 2018

READ THE GOOD NEWS TODAY?
MATT. 6:33
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

God doesn’t want you grabbing the newspaper first thing in the morning and reading all the bad news in the world. He knows that if you do that, your heart will be full of cares, anxieties and even fears. When you are reading the newspapers, magazines, medical journals, economic reports, watching movies or surfing the Internet all the time, then you are getting your “nourishment” from these sources instead of God’s Word. Now, I am not against these things but if you constantly feed only on earthly things which cannot satisfy, you will fill your heart and mind with cares and worries.

Jesus doesn’t want you to end up worrying about your life —what you will eat, drink or wear — as these are the things that the Gentiles (people of the world) seek. He says that your heavenly Father knows very well that you need these things. (Matthew 6:31–32) That is why He promises you that if you would seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, all these things that the world seeks after will be added to you. It will not just be given but added, which means greater in quantity and quality! If you are faced with lack, don’t pursue material goods. Pursue God your provider. If you are sick, don’t pursue the “cure”. Pursue God your healer. Don’t grab the newspaper or call your friend first thing in the morning to talk about the latest bad news. Instead, grab your Bible and read all the good news God has for you for the day. As you seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, all the things that the world is running after will be added to you!

Meditation: Josh 1:8, Prov 4:20-23

BIBLE STUDY – LEV.10/PS. 11&12/PROV. 24/ 1 THESS. 4

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