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Daily Devotional 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 devotional is about five minutes in duration. We have intentionally developed the daily devotionals around a weekly theme. So there are seven days of 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.

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by Sis Jean George
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Shalom and thank you for joining us for another episode of Living Supernaturally. Through the beginning of this week, we have been mediating on scripture and how we can use scripture to pray, at different times of our lives. Today, we are looking at the prayer for boldness. The prayer we look at is one of the most inspiring passages in scripture. It is a prayer of boldness that we find in the fourth chapter of Acts. The beginning of Acts and some of the earlier chapters in Acts gives us the first hints of the persecution the church is facing and will face throughout history. The initial chapters of Acts give us the account of the spread of the gospel in Jerusalem and after Jesus’ ascension. When the priests and the temple guards see Peter and John preaching to the crowds and healing a man, they arrest them and the Sanhedrin, they question peter and John on the power that was displayed there. They take the opportunity to publicly speak and preach about Jesus. It is here where the leaders pray this prayer of boldness. What are the leaders of the early church doing? They are asking God to equip them, to face the persecution from the Sanhedrin. We know that the Sanhedrin was a counsel of priests, Jews, elders, and scribes who were responsible also for the crucifixion of Jesus. We see that the elder’s prayer was a selfless act and they do not ask for relief from the persecution or judgement towards those who were persecuting them but instead they are asking for boldness, they are asking that God would heal and perform miraculous signs among them. These early followers of Jesus were facing that harsh opposition from the very people around. Rather than complaining, they stood up and prayed for boldness. The first thing that they asked for is to consider, they were saying, ‘Lord consider the threats that are coming to us.’ The second thing they pray for us is to be able to speak boldly. Third, they pray that God would continue to show His power to heal and to bring about miracles. God answers this with a resounding certainty. We find that the meeting place shakes up like an earthquake because of the presence of the Holy Spirit. How does this apply to us today? We know and see that the faith, you and I profess is under constant threat and we in these modern times, we do face times of hostility. How are we going to respond? Can we just like the early disciples pray for boldness, pray that God would continue His power and His work among the people who may cause that threat to us? Can we stand in boldness and pray? Can we stand without complaining and without fear and pray that amidst all the threats we may receive or hear about, that we will continue to walk our faith and preach the gospel in boldness? Let’s pray this prayer that the early church prayed, the prayer of boldness. The verses will be shown to you on the screen, you can follow me, or open your bibles and follow me as we pray. Let’s pray together, ‘Lord, amidst all the threats, we may receive, grant to your servants that with all boldness we may speak your word, by stretching out your hand to heal, and that signs and wonders may be done through the name of your holy Servant Jesus’, 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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