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For today devotional Our Daily Bread 3 November 2022 ODB titled Hearing Christ, Not Chaos it teaches the believer on how to hear from Christ and not situation.

OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONAL FOR THURSDAY TITLED HEARING CHRIST, NOT CHAOS


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For today devotional Our Daily Bread 3 November 2022 ODB titled Hearing Christ, Not Chaos it teaches the believer on how to hear from Christ and not situation.

Today Devotional Our Daily Bread 3 November 2022 ODB Thursday
Our Daily Bread Devotional for Thursday 3rd November 2022 ODB 
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Today Devotional ODB || Bible Verse

My sheep listen to my voice. John 10:27

Today’s Scripture: John 10:1–6, 27


INSIGHT || Today Devotional Our Daily Bread 3 November 2022 ODB || READ


After watching TV news for hours each day, the elderly man grew agitated and anxious—worried the world was falling apart and taking him with it. “Please turn it off,” his grown daughter begged him. “Just stop listening.” But the man continued to spend an excessive amount of time on social media and other news sources.

What we listen to matters deeply. We see this in Jesus’ encounter with Pontius Pilate. Responding to criminal charges brought against Jesus by religious leaders, Pilate summoned Him and asked, “Are you the king of the Jews?” (John 18:33). Jesus replied with a stunning question: “Is that your own idea . . . or did others talk to you about me?” (v. 34).

The same question tests us. In a world of panic, are we listening to chaos or to Christ? Indeed, “my sheep listen to my voice,” He said. “I know them, and they follow me” (10:27). Jesus “used this figure of speech” (v. 6) to explain Himself to doubting religious leaders. As with a good shepherd, He said that “his sheep follow him because they know his voice. But they will never follow a stranger; in fact, they will run away from him because they do not recognize a stranger’s voice” (vv. 4–5).

As our Good Shepherd, Jesus bids us to hear Him above all. May we listen well and find His peace. By: Patricia Raybon


Bible in a Year: Jeremiah 30–31, Philemon


Daily Devotional for Today || REFLECT: What do you hear on the news or social media that makes you feel anxious? How can you give more time to hearing the voice of God?

PRAYER OF THE DAY

Loving God, in a noisy world, when You speak to my heart, mind, and spirit in and through the Scriptures, may I hear You over all.


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