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Daily Devotions for Spirit Filled Living

God's Word is spiritual food and nourishment. The Bible uses many metaphors: bread, milk, meat, food, water, honey, seed, rain, light, lamp, gold, sword, etc. for itself. God's Word is the basis for our faith. It is God's power at work in our lives. As you receive God's Word expect to receive wisdom and guidance. Expect to be healed, delivered, transformed. Expect God's supernatural power to work miracles in your life. His Word never return void or unfulfilled.

Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. We have intentionally developed the daily devotions around a weekly theme. So there are seven days of daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week's theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week's daily devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need.

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Fri, Feb 10, 2023

Peter (Daily Devotional)

by Ps Paul Emmanuel

Hi everyone and welcome once again to Living Supernaturally. Thank you once again for giving us this opportunity to come together and ponder on God’s word and pray. This week, we have been looking at bible characters and all of the bible characters we looked at was from the Old Testament. Today, we will look at someone from the New Testament, the apostle Peter. Peter was one of Jesus’ closest followers, a natural leader. Peter was a doer who often spoke up and motivated others when it was time to get things done. But sometimes, Peter spoke when he should have kept quiet. Brave Peter promised loyalty but he didn’t follow that truth. Earlier, he said ‘Lord I am ready to go with you to prison and to death’ but in the courtyard, he denied even knowing Jesus. While this account tells of Peter’ denial, it also talks about our savior’s love. In all that Jesus did here, allowing Himself to be arrested, mocked, healing a soldier’s ear and even looking Peter in the eye, we can see the heart of Jesus who shows us the Father’s heart. During Jesus’ ministry, Peter was a man who wanted a mighty faith but faltered often. After Jesus’ ascension to heaven, having been restored and forgiven by our Lord Jesus, he becomes the spokesperson for the apostles. This unschooled man, spoke with boldness to crowds of thousands, bringing them the good news, performing many miracles including bringing the dead back to life. This same Peter who was fearful and denied Jesus is now standing and preaching the gospel in all boldness and courage. He travelled all over sharing Jesus’ message, enduring persecution, imprisonment and untimely death, showing his maturity by living a Spirit filled life. Peter recognized that time spent with Jesus should produce maturity in a believer’s life and their relationship with Christ. The look and love of Jesus is a marvelous message. It is not a look of condemnation that melted Peter’ heart, it was a loving look of a Father caring for His wavered child. It was an inviting look of grace, a look that brought remorse and repentance, it was a look of the redeeming, restoring love of God. He is looking at us the same way that He looked at Peter. He is looking at us with that same love today. What can we learn from Peter’s life? Jesus uses unlikely heroes, Jesus forgives unfaithfulness, Jesus sees us as He intends us to be. No matter where we are in our life right now, what position we hold, He knows where He wants us to be and He will lead us there. Let’s pray, Father, we thank you, for your word, we thank you for your love, your loving eyes, your loving heart that called us. We pray that we will continue to look at that, look at your face, look at you, no matter what around us that our eyes maybe fixed on you to give you honor and glory in our lives, we thank you Father, in Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.

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Daily devotions to strengthen your faith each day. Daily Devotional for Spirit filled living. Each daily devotion is about five minutes in duration. These daily devotionals are centered around a weekly theme. So there are seven daily devotions that focus on the theme and bring you insight, understanding and revelation from the Bible. Each week’s theme is listed as a series. So you can listen to the current week’s devotions or go to any previous theme/series that speaks to your present need (https://apcwo.org/resources/daily-devotions ). Also available free sermons (https://apcwo.org/sermons), and free Christian books (https://apcwo.org/books) to nourish and strengthen your faith.

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All Peoples Church in Bangalore is a Spirit-filled, Word-based, Bible-believing Christian fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ desiring more of His presence and supernatural power bringing transformation, healing, miracles, and deliverance. We preach the full Gospel, equip believers to live out our new life in Christ, welcome the Charismatic and Pentecostal expressions in the assembly of God and serve in strengthening unity across all Christian churches. All free resources, sermons, daily devotionals, and free Christian books are provided for the strengthening of all believers in the Body of Christ. For further equipping, please visit APC Bible College.


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