Max Lucado Daily Devotional

Max Lucado Daily Devotional 4 July 2022 | Read & Listen

Max Lucado Daily Devotional 4 July 2022 | Read & Listen

Max Lucado Daily Devotional 4 July 2022 | Read & Listen


Max Lucado Daily Devotional 4 July 2022, Monday Message Read & Listen

TOPIC: Josiah


“In Josiah’s eighteenth year as king, he sent Shaphan…to repair the Temple of the Lord, the God of Josiah” (2 Chronicles 34:8 NCV).

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Josiah had found the God of David and made him his own. As the temple was being rebuilt, a worker happened upon a scroll. It contained the words of God given to Moses nearly a thousand years earlier. Josiah wept that his people had drifted so far from God that his Word was not a part of their lives. A prophetess told Josiah that since he had repented when he heard the words, his nation would be spared the anger of God. An entire generation received grace because of the integrity of one man.

Could it be that God placed him on earth for that one reason? And could it be that God has placed you on earth for the same?

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This Daily Devotional was written By Max Lucado.  He is a pastor, speaker, and best-selling author who, in his own words, “writes books for people who don’t read books.” Also, he serves the people of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, and his message is for the hurting, the guilty, the lonely, and the discouraged: God loves you; let him.

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Accept Jesus Christ today and secure a life of eternal rest and Glory …

Say this 1 Minute Prayer

Lord Jesus, I believe you died for my sins, Forgive me of all my iniquities. I accept you as my Lord and Saviour from today and forevermore. Come and Be the Lord of my life and I am willing to obey your command and live according to your will as you help me, Thank you for accepting me into your fold. AMEN

JOHN 3: 3 Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God

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