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Our Daily Bread Devotional 14 December 2021 | What Should I Say?

Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 14 December 2021 | What Should I Say?

Our Daily Bread Devotional 14 December 2021 | What Should I Say?

You are reading today Our Daily Bread devotional Tuesday 14 December 2021 with titled What Should I Say? written by Jennifer Benson Schuldt to bless your life and destiny.

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Topic: What Should I Say?

KEY VERSE:

I prayed to the God of heaven, and I answered the king. Nehemiah 2:4–5

Today’s Scripture: Nehemiah 2:1–6

When I stopped to browse through a box of books marked “C. S. Lewis” at a used bookshop, the store owner appeared. As we chatted about the available titles, I wondered if he might be interested in the faith that inspired much of Lewis’ writing. I prayed silently for guidance. Information from a biography came to mind, and we began to discuss how C. S. Lewis’ character pointed to God. In the end, I was thankful that a quick prayer had reoriented our conversation to spiritual matters.

Nehemiah paused to pray before a pivotal moment in a conversation with King Artaxerxes in Persia. The king had asked how he could help Nehemiah, who was distraught over Jerusalem’s destruction. Nehemiah was the king’s servant and therefore in no position to ask for favors, but he needed one—a big one. He wanted to restore Jerusalem. So, he “prayed to the God of heaven” before asking to leave his job so he could reestablish the city (Nehemiah 2:4–5). The king consented and even agreed to help Nehemiah make travel arrangements and procure timber for the project.

The Bible encourages us to pray “on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests” (Ephesians 6:18). This includes moments when we need courage, self-control, or sensitivity. Praying before we speak helps us give God control of our attitude and our words.

How might He want to direct your words today? Ask Him and find out! By: Jennifer Benson Schuldt

Bible in a Year: Joel 1–3, Revelation 5

REFLECT: What patterns of speech do you need God’s help to change? What types of situations in your life could benefit most from prayer?

PRAYER:

Dear God, I surrender my words to You. Use them for Your glory. Help them to inspire and encourage others.

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