Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || What Counts

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || What Counts

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || What Counts

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || What Counts

DAILY DEVOTION OF THE DAY SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2022 – Read today’s ODB daily devotional for Saturday 23 April 2022 titled What Counts Our Daily Bread devotional.


Our Daily Bread Devotional 23/4/2022 ODB || KEY VERSE:

Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification. – Romans 14:19

Today’s Our Daily Bread Devotional 23-3-2022 ODB || Scripture: Romans 14:13–23
ODB Daily Devotional for Saturday 23-April-2022 Our Daily Bread || What Counts

My friend recounted how she’d pointedly been asked by a fellow believer and colleague which political party she belonged to. His aim in asking the question seemed to be to predict whether he agreed with her on any number of issues currently dividing their community. In an effort to find common ground between them, she simply replied, “Since we’re both believers, I’d rather focus on our unity in Christ.”

People were also divided in Paul’s day, though over different issues. Topics such as what foods were permissible to eat and what days were considered holy brought disagreement among the Christians in Rome. Despite being “fully convinced in their own mind” on whichever position they held, Paul reminds them of their common ground: living for Jesus (Romans 14:5–9). Instead of passing judgment on one another, he encouraged them to “do what leads to peace and to mutual edification” (v. 19).

In an era when many countries, churches, and communities are divided over issues large and small, we can point one another to the unifying truth of Christ’s work on the cross to secure our life with Him eternally. Paul’s reminder that we ought not “destroy the work of God” (v. 20) with our individual positions is as timely today as it was 2,000 years ago. Instead of passing judgment on one another, we can act in love and live in a way that honors our brothers and sisters. By:  Kirsten Holmberg

Bible in a Year: 2 Samuel 16–18, Luke 17:20–37

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || Reflect: When did a difference of opinion cause division between you and another believer? If you resolved your differences, how did you do so?

Our Daily Bread Devotional 23-4-2022 ODB || PRAYER:

Jesus, thank You for saving me. Forgive me for the times I get distracted by lesser issues and allow division to occur between myself and other believers. Help me to bring unity through focusing on You.

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Our Daily Bread Devotional 23 April 2022 ODB || What Counts

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