Our Daily Bread Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 31 March 2022 || God’s Embassy

Our Daily Bread Devotional 31 March 2022 || God’s Embassy

Our Daily Bread Devotional 31 March 2022 || God’s Embassy

Our Daily Bread Devotional 31 March 2022 || God’s Embassy

DAILY DEVOTIONAL FOR TODAY 31ST MARCH 2022 – Read today’s Our Daily Bread devotional titled God’s Embassy today Thursday 31 March 2022.

| Our Daily Bread Devotional 30 March 2022 |

Topic: God’s Embassy

KEY BIBLE VERSE:

When you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Luke 14:13–14

Today’s Scripture: Luke 14:7–14

READ OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONAL FOR THURSDAY 31/3/2022 | INSIGHT

Ludmilla, a widow aged eighty-two, has declared her home in the Czech Republic an “Embassy of the Kingdom of Heaven,” saying, “My home is an extension of Christ’s kingdom.” She welcomes strangers and friends who are hurting and in need with loving hospitality, sometimes providing food and a place to sleep—always with a compassionate and prayerful spirit. Relying on the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to help her care for her visitors, she delights in the ways God answers their prayers.

Ludmilla serves Jesus through opening her home and heart, in contrast to the prominent religious leader at whose home Jesus ate one Sabbath. Jesus told this teacher of the law that he should welcome “the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind” to his home—and not those who could repay him (Luke 14:13). While Jesus’ remarks imply that the Pharisee hosted Jesus out of pride (v. 12), Ludmilla, so many years later, invites people to her home so she can be “an instrument of God’s love and His wisdom.”

Serving others with humility is one way we can be “representatives of the kingdom of heaven,” as Ludmilla says. Whether or not we can provide a bed for strangers, we can put the needs of others before our own in different and creative ways. How will we extend God’s kingdom in our part of the world today? By:  Amy Boucher Pye

Bible in a Year: Judges 11–12, Luke 6:1–26

REFLECT: How do you think the Pharisee reacted when Jesus told him to act differently? How do you like to make people feel welcome?

PRAYER:

Jesus, thank You for looking out for those in need. Help me to be more like You, that I would care for others, showing them Your love.

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