Today’s Inspiration: God always prepare a table before us in the presence of our enemies. Psalm 23:5. His table represents His peace, provisions, and power.
I remembered when I was in Israel where hostility was at the borders of Bethlehem. Despite the challenges, an open door was given as we prayed to go. Reaching there I saw the tall walls of the borders with barb wires and there we ate before we proceed with our spiritual journey, and I remembered this verse of peace in my spirit. He gave us peace at His table even when situations are hostile, critical or even threatening. It’s not how big you see your Goliath but how big you see your God with faith.
Those who trust in God will not be put to shame, nor his enemies triumph over him. Psalm 25:3. Be sure that God’s peace does not comes from silence, tranquillity or stillness. First and foremost His peace surpasses our knowledge and understanding. Philippians 4:7 God’s peace comes in the midst of battles, turmoil and fear. He has the power to govern and protect all our thoughts and emotions with His Word. Remember nothing is more powerful than the Word of God. The only way to bring peace to the family is to trust, obey, and follow God’s Word obediently in prayer, petition, and thanksgiving. Come to His table of communion, love and peace daily. Praise God!
Prayer: O Lord My God, I delight in your Word and your peace which governs my mind and heart daily. Let me hide your Word in my heart that I may not sin against you. Draw me to your table that I may partake communion in your presence and find comfort, confidence, and composure to advance and overcome all challenges, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.