Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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Women's Ministry Devotionals & Readings

hank God for His living water! Today we have the privilege of thanking Him for the Bread from heaven, the true Bread, which is Christ. We also get to thank the Lord that He allows us to take part in communion, where we break bread in remembrance of a Savior who was broken on our behalf. Thank You Jesus!

As believers we know we are able to take part of the Bread of life every single day. We know we get enter the gates with thanksgiving and offer our praise to the King, for providing us with sustenance to sustain us afresh every day. We thank the Lord for His Word, His sustenance and the fresh “manna” He provides to all who will freely come before Him each day!

Today, similar to yesterday, let us pause for a moment to consider those in our lives who could use fresh Bread from heaven. Perhaps someone is spiritually starving and could use a prayer or even an invite to a small group or church service. Perhaps someone you know is emotionally depleted, unable to take in the nutrition we know the Lord provides. Perhaps Holy Spirit brought a specific person to mind. Perhaps that person is you. Ask the Lord to bring an action to mind that may be extended as an offering to a hungry soul. Perhaps we begin with kind words to others and ourselves, which Proverbs 16:24 says is like honey—sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.

Psalms 100:4 NLT

4 Enter his gates with thanksgiving;

go into his courts with praise.

Give thanks to him and praise his name.

John 6:32 NLT

32 Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, Moses didn’t give you bread from heaven. My Father did. And now he offers you the true bread from heaven.

1 Corinthians 11:24 NLT

24 and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and said, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.”

Isaiah 58:10 NLT

10 Feed the hungry,

and help those in trouble.

Then your light will shine out from the darkness,

and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon.

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