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Our Daily Bread Devotional 21 December 2021 | God’s Compass

Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 21 December 2021 | God’s Compass
Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread Devotional 21 December 2021 | God’s Compass

Read today Tuesday 21 December 2021 Our Daily Bread Devotional titled God’s Compass written by Marvin Williams to uplift your spirit today.  This message shall be a blessing to your life and destiny.

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Topic: God’s Compass


Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path. Psalm 119:105

Today’s Scripture: Psalm 119:105–112

Our Daily Bread Devotional 21 December 2021 | INSIGHT

During World War II, Waldemar Semenov was serving as a junior engineer aboard the SS Alcoa Guide when—nearly three hundred miles off the coast of North Carolina—a German submarine surfaced and opened fire on the ship. The ship was hit, caught fire, and began to sink. Semenov and his crew lowered a lifeboat into the water and used the vessel’s compass to sail toward the shipping lanes. After three days, a patrol plane spotted their lifeboat and the USS Broome rescued the men the next day. Thanks to that compass, Semenov and twenty-six other crewmembers were saved.

The psalmist reminded God’s people that they were equipped with a compass for life—the Bible. He compared Scripture to “a lamp” (Psalm 119:105) that provides light to illuminate the path of life for those pursuing God. When the psalmist was adrift in the chaotic waters of life, he knew God could use Scripture to provide spiritual longitude and latitude and help him survive. Thus, he prayed that God would send out His light to direct him in life and bring him safely to the port of His holy presence (43:3).

As believers in Jesus, when we lose our way, God can guide us by the Holy Spirit and by the direction found in the Scriptures. May God transform our hearts and minds as we read the Bible, study it, and follow its wisdom. By: Marvin Williams

Bible in a Year: Micah 4–5, Revelation 12

REFLECT: How have you experienced a particular verse or passage as a compass for your life in recent days? When are you tempted not to follow the directions the compass of Scripture gives?


Jesus, thank You that when I’m tempted to drift away, the wisdom of Scripture helps bring me back.

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