Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 29 March 2022 Today || Past the Boundaries of Knowing

Our Daily Bread Devotional 29 March 2022 Today || Past the Boundaries of Knowing

Our Daily Bread Devotional 29 March 2022 Today || Past the Boundaries of Knowing

Our Daily Bread Devotional 29 March 2022 Today || Past the Boundaries of Knowing

DAILY DEVOTIONAL 29TH MARCH 2022 – Read today’s Our Daily Bread Devotional titled Past the Boundaries of Knowing for today Monday 29 March 2022.

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TOPIC: Past the Boundaries of Knowing

KEY VERSE:

We fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. – 2 Corinthians 4:18

Today’s Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4:7–18

TODAY’S 29/03/2022 OUR DAILY BREAD FOR TUESDAY || READ

It was a hard day when my husband found out that, like so many others, he too would soon be furloughed from employment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We believed that God would meet our basic needs, but the uncertainty of how that would happen was still terrifying.

As I processed my jumbled emotions, I found myself revisiting a favorite poem by sixteenth-century reformer John of the Cross. Entitled “I Went In, I Knew Not Where,” the poem depicts the wonder to be found in a journey of surrender, when, going “past the boundaries of knowing,” we learn to “discern the Divine in all its guises.” And so that’s what my husband and I tried to do during this season: to turn our focus from what we could control and understand to the unexpected, mysterious, and beautiful ways God can be found all around us.

The apostle Paul invited believers to a journey from the seen to the unseen, from outward to inward realities, and from temporary struggles to the “eternal glory that far outweighs them all” (2 Corinthians 4:17).

Paul didn’t urge this because he lacked compassion for their struggles. He knew it would be through letting go of what they could understand that they could experience the comfort, joy, and hope they so desperately needed (vv. 10, 15–16). They could know the wonder of Christ’s life making all things new. By:  Monica La Rose

Bible in a Year: Judges 7–8, Luke 5:1–16

REFLECT: When have you experienced God’s glory in ways you couldn’t understand? In what areas of your life might you experience God beyond the “boundaries of knowing”?

PRAYER:

Loving God, there’s so much heartbreak and uncertainty in our world. Help me to learn to follow You past what I can understand to the wonder of Your life breathing new life all around me.

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Our Daily Bread Devotional 29 March 2022 Today || Past the Boundaries of Knowing

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