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Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || Making Every Moment Count

Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || Making Every Moment Count

Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || Making Every Moment Count

Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || Making Every Moment Count

DAILY DEVOTION FOR TODAY 11TH APRIL 2022 Read today’s ODB daily devotional of the day Monday 11 April 2022 titled Making Every Moment Count on Our Daily Bread devotional for your spiritual growth.

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Our Daily Bread Devotional 11-4-2022 ODB || Key Verse:

Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come. Matthew 24:42

Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || Today’s Scripture: Matthew 24:36–44

TODAY’S ODB DAILY DEVOTIONAL FOR TODAY MONDAY 11TH APRIL 2022 Our Daily Bread Devotional || INSIGHT

The halted hands of a pocket watch in a library’s archives at the University of North Carolina tell a harrowing tale. They mark the exact moment (8:19 and 56 seconds) the watch’s owner Elisha Mitchell slipped and fell to his death at a waterfall in the Appalachian Mountains on the morning of June 27, 1857.

Mitchell, a professor at the university, was gathering data to defend his (correct) claim that the peak he was on—which now bears his name, Mount Mitchell—was the highest one east of the Mississippi. His grave is located at the mountain’s summit, not far from where he fell.

As I ascended that mountain peak recently, I reflected on Mitchell’s story and my own mortality and how each of us has only so much time. And I pondered Jesus’ words about His return as He spoke to His disciples on the Mount of Olives: “So you also must be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him” (Matthew 24:44).

Jesus clearly indicates that none of us knows either the moment He’ll return and establish His kingdom forever or when He may summon us to leave this world and come to Him. But He tells us to be prepared and “keep watch” (v. 42).

Tick . . . tick . . . The “clockwork” of our lives is still in motion—but for how long? May we live our moments in love with our merciful Savior, waiting and working for Him.By:  James Banks

Bible in a Year: 1 Samuel 17–18, Luke 11:1–28

RFLECT: How are you preparing to meet Jesus? What do you look forward to the most about being with Him?

Our Daily Bread Devotional 11 April 2022 ODB || PRAYER: Loving Savior, please help me to be ready to meet You at any time. Help me to serve You and prepare for Your return today.

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