Ezekiel 27:1-28:26, Hebrews 11:17-31, Psalm 111:1-10, Proverbs 27:15-16
Today is the 13th day of November, welcome to the Daily Audio Bible. I am Brian and it’s great to be here with you, as we move into a brand-new, shiny, sparkly week and move our way through the center of another one of our months together and we only have one more after this one, before we complete this revolution through the Bible. I don’t want to start thinking about that just yet though. We got a ways to go, a lot of territory to cover and what a joy it is to be able to gather around the Global Campfire every day and move forward together. So, we got a brand-new week, it’s out in front of us, how we live it will be the story of this week and the story of this week will combine with all of the other weeks of this month and we’ll tell the story of this month right, and then all those months are gathered together and tell the story of our year. But here we are with a brand-new week in front of us. So, let’s walk the path of wisdom and let’s continue to immerse ourselves in the Scriptures each and every day. So, it’s a brand-new week, we’ll read from the New International Version this week and will go back and pick up where we left off, which takes us back into the book of Ezekiel. Today, we will read chapters 27 and 28.
Father, we thank You for Your word and we thank You for this brand-new week that we have entered into, we thank You for all of the weeks of our lives and Your faithfulness to us in all of it, even when we were anything but faithful, we love You, Lord. There is no love like Your love and through faith, we have this relationship intimately with You, as we are learning as we read through the book of Hebrews and walk down all of these examples of how faith was the irreplaceable part of this story, that this story couldn’t have happened without faith and that is true of us. Our story couldn’t have happened without faith and so we put our faith and our trust in You. Our loyalty and allegiance is to You. Come Holy Spirit, and lead us into all truth, we pray. In the name of Jesus, we ask. Amen.
Prayer and Encouragements:
Hello, my sisters and brothers, this is Sunset Cindy, calling November 9th. And I just listened to Taylor, bless your heart sweetie. You are in despair; you’re having such a time that you’re just tired and you wanna go to heaven. And I just wanna tell you that Jesus does love you, God loves you so much. He sent His Son for you, to die so that that would prove to you how much He loves you and there’s nothing you can do, to end that love or fall out of favor. So, I just wanna say, when you’re feeling like you just don’t want to go on, if you could just pray to Jesus, all you have to say is His name. Say His name, over and over. And you know how the Israelites, those people, they just kept falling down too. God’s chosen people just kept falling down. He kept picking them up and they would head off on another journey and He would be with them. And that is your case as well, sweetheart. You just, you’re on a very hard struggling journey, right now. And I want you to stay strong and do not leave this world by your own hand. Your daughter, she will just be in total agony. All, all of the people that love you and I know this from this happening to my children when their father left by his own hand. They’ve been struggling now for over 30 years. Jesus is walking with them though but let me tell you, it’s a struggle. Please, just leave when Jesus takes you home. Okay, not on your own and just call out to Jesus and see yourself holding His hand. Jesus, hold my hand, just, and He’ll lift your head up and walk with you. I love you; we all love you.
Hi, this is Grateful in Tennessee, yeah, I haven’t really called in. I’ve been a part of this community for a few years, from a standpoint of listening and praying but not really calling in. But I’m very grateful for each and every one of you guys. It thrills me whenever you guys come on and share and talk and pray. And I couldn’t imagine not being a part of this community. But my, my best friend called me yesterday and he said that his mom, she’s got cancer in her eye, and it’s gone back into her sinuses and it’s just a matter of time. She’s been kind of hard to deal with. She was, I mean, she was like my second mom growing up and she always called me her son number two. But she’s gotten, you know, kind of cranky and onery, and he said you gotta realize now that she’s so isolated now and she can’t hear that well or see that well and she’s kind of stuck in her house, so she kind of understands why she might be a little bit like that. But she’s also such a, such a joy. I mean, she was always so good to me, so good to us. As from, you know, being rambunctious teenagers, to street preachers, to whatever else we’ve tried to do. But anyway, I told him, I said I would make sure that I got you guys to pray for her cause I know that you will. And her name is Sue and she’s, she’s a believer, she, she helped me so much in my younger days learning about, about Jesus. So, if you guys could pray for Sue and pray for her comfort and peace. And just, that she feels a connection and connected. And pray for my friend Tom, that he, that he has the patience that he needs to help his mom out and all that. You guys are awesome, and I appreciate that, and I know that you will do that. This is Grateful in Tennessee. Thank you.
Hey family, it’s JC from Washington. Don’t really know how to ask for this prayer other than just to say it, not, no real way to sugar coat it. But my middle stepdaughter’s kind of been estranged from, I’ve had a little bit of contact with her over a few years. But she’s definitely been estranged from her mother for seven or eight years. And I’ve been in touch with her here and there and just kind of these cryptic interactions and kind of new something was up. But last weekend we found out she had gone to jail for some threat chargers among other things. And then, we found out from her boyfriend’s mother that she had been basically crashing in their basement for the last year or so. And she’s on fentanyl. Then we found out that she’s living with this dude in Kirkland who’s potentially trafficking her and she’s 18-years-old. So, she’s you know, he’s got her phone, he’s kind of monitoring all her texts and calls so, I haven’t been able to get ahold of her. So, it’s a pretty dire situation. And it appears there’s nothing we can really do about it. You know, so, and I know I’ve kind of expressed to her multiple times, without accusing her of you know, being an addict that you know, I’d be willing to help her. It’s just, she’s not really acknowledging that she needs help. So, I know, when it comes to addiction, there’s, if they’re not reaching out for help and they haven’t reached rock bottom you know, there’s nothing we can do. So, I know this fentanyl the kids usually end up dead. So, just prayers for her, God knows her name. Thank guys, love you. Bye.
This is Kathy from Kentucky. I continue to need your prayers. It’s a difficult time for me just trying to work at my age and keep up with inflation on gas and groceries, maintain my health. I keep my home together, getting in ready for winter. I think I’ve got rid of the bed bugs and mice. Just a lot of different things happening in my life when I look back over the last four to five years, I’ve lost six family members. And then we had COVID and now we have inflation to deal with. It’s not easy to live alone. And sometimes it’s very lonely and very hard. And I ask your prayers for me. Thank you. Kathy from Kentucky, in Jesus name.