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The Jeweler and the Tailor

They had been friends for many years. Many cups of tea. Many discussions about life. Games of chess. Friendly arguments about religion and politics. Two white-haired men in a small town in Central Asia, prominent businessmen and leaders in their Muslim community.

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Daily Devotional

The Lord’s Assignments

Judges 4,5; Psalm 39,41 1 Corinthians 13

“Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lappidoth, was leading Israel at the time…She sent for Barak…and said to him, ‘The Lord, the God of Israel, commands you: Go, take with you ten thousand men…and lead the way…I will lure Sisera…and his troops…and give him into your hands.’” Judges 4:4, 6-7

Deborah knew God’s authority in her life. She submitted both to the Spirit’s promptings and word, and to her husband. In her submission to authority, she also carried great authority. Her call to Barak was on behalf of the God of Israel. She herself received assignments from the Lord.

Why would a military leader like Barak not also respond well to the Lord’s assignments?

Barak asked for Deborah’s presence and support on this assignment because he didn’t trust the word of the Lord. He had not yet come fully under God’s authority. He was still controlled by fear. Who has authority in our lives?

Are we available for the Lord’s assignments?

“Lord Jesus, you are on a mission and you have defeated the enemy. I pray for grace to obey your call.”

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Daily Prayer Guide

“My time at language school has just finished and I am now practicing more with one-on-one relationships. Please pray that I would find people who are patient with me and that what I have learned in class would really be solidified. Last month marked the opening of our new friendship center! Pray that we would be able to build relationships in this place and establish more of a presence in our local community. We also began a weekly book study as part of our English classes. We are reading one of CS Lewis’ Narnia books and discussing not only themes but the spiritual undertones in the book. Pray that the Lord would open the eyes and hearts of our friends as we discuss spiritual matters, and that the truth of Christ would become real in their lives and they would find their life and salvation in him!”

And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. ~ 2 Corinthians 9:8

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