Saturday’s On Track Military Devotional

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Proverbs 14

The Ways of Life and Death

New King James Version 

Reina-Valera 1960

The book of Proverbs was designed to help us in “attaining wisdom and discipline; in understanding words of insight; in acquiring a disciplined and prudent life, doing what is right and just and fair; in giving prudence to the simple, knowledge and discretion to the young.” As you read through this chapter, write down the verses that are most significant to you in your present circumstances.


Today’s Questions

Say What?

Write out the verse(s) that was/are most meaningful to you.

(My favorites are v.3, 11, 12, 23, 27, 33, & 34) 

So What?

Why is this proverb so meaningful to you?

Now What?

How can you apply it this week?

Then What?

What personal commitment will you make?


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When Jesus left this earth He left ONE mandate for all His church (true redeemed believers that was the Great Commission. We are to spread the Full Gospel message at every opportunity, that and that alone is what Christ demands.

Two things to note about today’s devotional; 1) Romans 6:8 says Now if we died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with him those who encounter His redeemed encounter Christ. 2) The Apostle Peter tells us 1 Peter 3:15 but in your hearts regard[a] Christ[b] the Lord as holy, ready at any time to give a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you this is NOT an excuse to ignore or water down the Gospel but an opportunity to wisely share the your like experiences as a way to introduce the Gospel through your story.  –  Mike

 

 Mark 5:1-20

Telling your Story

Can you imagine the anguish this demon-possessed man must have experienced living in such torment? How horrible his cries in the night must have sounded! No wonder that when he saw Jesus at a distance, he came running. He knew that Jesus Christ could deliver him from his torment and restore him to a new life. Realizing what Christ had done for him by healing him, he came to Jesus later and begged Jesus to let him go with Him. Why do you think Jesus said “no?” Could it be that this man had a story to tell? The story about what Jesus Christ did in his life, the story he could tell better than anyone else? Going away with Jesus would take him from the very people God wanted him to reach out to. So Christ said “no” and sent him back to his world to tell there what God had done for him. He did, and Scripture tells us that all the people were amazed when they realized what God had done for him. Who needs to hear what Christ has done in your life? When was the last time you told anyone what God has done for you? People desperately need to hear our stories so they can know that God will change their lives, too.


Today’s Questions

Say What? Write the name of someone you have a burden for.

So What? In what way is your story similar to theirs?

Now What? What has God done for you that you would like to see God do for them?

Then What? {Pray} When can you share with that person what God has done for you and the hope that He is offering to them?