Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation

Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation

Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation

Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation

TODAY’S OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONAL FOR 1ST MARCH 2022 – Read Our Daily Bread devotional today for Tuesday 1 March 2022 titled a friendly conversation written by Jennifer Benson Schuldt.  This message shall be a blessing to your life and destiny.  Share with a friend, God loves and cares for you.

| Our Daily Bread Devotional 28 February 2022 |

TOPIC: A Friendly Conversation

KEY VERSE:

[Pray for me] that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel. – Ephesians 6:19

Today’s Scripture: Ephesians 6:18–20

OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONAL TODAY 1ST MARCH 2022 | INSIGHT

Catherine and I were good friends in high school. When we weren’t talking on the phone, we were passing notes in class to plan our next sleepover. Sometimes we rode horses together and partnered on school projects.

One Sunday afternoon, I started to think about Catherine. My pastor had spoken that morning about how to have eternal life, and I knew my friend didn’t believe the Bible’s teachings the way I did. I felt a burden to call her and explain how she could have a relationship with Jesus. I hesitated, though, because I was afraid she would reject what I said and distance herself from me.

I think this fear keeps a lot of us quiet. Even the apostle Paul had to ask people to pray that he would “fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel” (Ephesians 6:19). There’s no getting around the risk involved with sharing the good news, yet Paul said he was “an ambassador”—someone speaking on behalf of God (v. 20). We are too. If people reject our message, they’re also rejecting the One who sent the message. God experiences the sting along with us.

So what compels us to speak up? We care about people, like God does (2 Peter 3:9). That’s what led me to finally call Catherine. Amazingly, she didn’t shut me down. She listened. She asked questions. She asked Jesus to forgive her sin and decided to live for Him. The risk was worth the reward. By: Jennifer Benson Schuldt

Bible in a Year: Numbers 23–25, Mark 7:14–37

REFLECT: Whom might God want you to speak to on His behalf? What’s stopping you? What effect would prayer have on this situation?

PRAYER:

Dear Father, give me the courage to reach out to people who don’t know You. Give me wisdom to know when and how to start conversations about You.

Thank you for reading today’s Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation.  Have a great day!

Our Daily Bread Devotional 1 March 2022 | A Friendly Conversation

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