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By: Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy
Dear Heavenly Father, thank you for your grace and mercy which you blessed me and others to see a new day and all of your creations. 
I pray that all of us when you blessed us to open our eyes took that VERY MOMENT to thank, bless, praise and give you the glory. Many do not realize that when we are asleep, we are dead and trusting you to grant us your grace and mercy to see another day. Hallelujah!
Bless my and others familes, friends and enemies; bless those that are sick, incacerated and serving in senseless wars; bless your future seat--Jerusalem--and your chosen people--the Hebrew Jewish people--as they fight the rebels Hamas factons that hate your people. Father, may peace come to this great city that is worshipped as holy by Christians, Jews and Islam. Lord, bless the President of te USA from inter-faction that want to bring down our Constitution, Bill of Rights and rewrite and separate the poor, and give to the rich. Bless those factions Lordthat…

KJV Verse of the Day

Today's Verse of the Day is From 2 Corinthians 9:7 KJV Translation: Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. NKJV Translation: Every man according as he purposes in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loves a cheerful giver. Explore Thomas Nelson's King James Bibles and take your Bible reading further. © Copyright Thomas Nelson Publishers.

Logos Verse of the Day

Connect the Testaments: A Daily Devotional

August 4
In Grief
Isaiah 7:1–8:22; Luke 2:22–52; Job 2:11–13

It’s difficult to know how to respond to people suffering grief. Those brave enough to speak often attempt to rationalize another’s grief with ill-timed theological truths. Those who feel inadequate or awkward about reaching out to grieving people sometimes avoid them altogether.

Job’s friends are well known for misinterpreting Job’s suffering. But they aren’t often recognized for the moments when they responded to Job’s anguish with wisdom. When Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar first heard of the tragedy, they immediately came to comfort Job:

“Thus they lifted up their eyes from afar, but they did not recognize him, so they raised their voice, and they wept, and each man tore his outer garment and threw dust on their heads toward the sky. Then they sat with him on the ground for seven days and seven nights, but no one spoke a word to him because they saw that his suffering was very great” (Job 2:12–13).
Often we try to diminish gri…