September 15

Isaiah 19:1-21:17; Galatians 2:1-16; Psalm 59:1-17; Proverbs 23:13-14

Another aspect of God’s majesty is His power! In the Old Testament, God is also known as the “Lord of Heaven’s Armies.” God knows how to fight for His people and when they are threatened and need a defender, He will be right there.

Egypt had long threatened Israel and their security. In fact, they had raided Israel before. God spoke a word of judgment against them. God said that He would pull down all their idols and His Name would be worshipped in the heart of Egypt. 

If you ever are in trouble and feel like you are outnumbered, you should know that God is a Mighty Warrior for His people. He knows how to fight and He will fight for His own. This is why you should never be afraid of anyone. If someone comes against you, they are coming against your God. He knows how to defend His own. Our God never loses. Rest in God’s ability to protect you, care for you and vindicate you!

Tomorrow’s Reading: Isaiah 22:1-24:23; Galatians 2:17-3:9; Psalm 60:1-12; Proverbs 23:15-16

One thought on “September 15”

  1. Vindication is a powerful word from the mouth of God. Most times people think of it as an ugly courtroom or legal word and do not want the word to be associated with your personal life. vindication proof that someone or something is right, reasonable, or justified. In viewing this definition and reading this lesson I think of the word justification. Jesus paid the wages for our sins with His precious blood so that anyone who would come to Him shall receive eternal life (John 3:16). This gift of salvation comes from the grace of God, not based on our works (Romans 3:28). If I do God’s will I have been vindicated and receive the prize of the high calling the right to rule and reign with Christ in the coming kingdom (Philippians 3:14). Therefore; I have a hope in the risen Christ to stay focus and reach the finish line. To God be the glory!!! Rosia Hopkins

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