MAY 28 & 29, 2022 – A Forward Faith

 

 

A Forward Faith

MAY 28 & 29, 2022
Daily Reading – 1 Kings 20-21 / John 8:31-59
Daily Reading – No Reading on Sunday

WHAT GOD HAS SAID:

John 8:56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my day: and he saw it, and was glad.

WHAT I HAVE SEEN:

     As we look back to the cross of Calvary, knowing our salvation is by faith in Jesus who died for our sin and then rose again the third day from the tomb, many wonder, how were Old Testament saint saved. They were saved the same way we are. It is by faith. Our faith is in what Jesus did in the past at Calvary. Their faith was looking forward to His coming. Jesus said in John 8:56; “Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my day: and he saw it, and was glad.”

     Just as the Old Testament saints did, we too are looking forward. By faith we are looking forward to His return again. It is by faith in His Word we believe this, just like they did many years ago.


WHAT WILL YOU DO:

Do you have a forward faith?
Are you looking for His coming?


WHAT TO DO ON SUNDAY:


On Sundays, we encourage you to attend your local church and listen intently to what God has prepared in the heart of your Pastor. Write down all the scriptures he uses in that message, then, when you get home re-read those passages for today’s reading. God has given to your Pastor exactly what He desires for you on that day. 

 

 NEXT WEEK’S DAILY BIBLE READING:

May 30, 2022 1 Kings 22   John 9:1-23
May 31, 2022 2 Kings 1-3  John 9:24-41
June 1, 2022 2 Kings 4-5  John 10:1-21
June 2, 2022 2 Kings 6-8  John 10:22-42
June 3, 2022 2 Kings 9-10  John 11:1-37
June 4, 2022 2 Kings 11-13 John 11:38-57
June 5, 2022 No Passages Assigned  

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