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Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023 | A Distinct Cry

Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023 | A Distinct Cry
Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023 | A Distinct Cry

Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023, Tuesday

Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023, Tuesday ODB Devotional Message written by Marvin Williams and Insight by Monica La Rose

Today’s ODB Devotional Topic: A Distinct Cry

Bible in a Year: Isaiah 1–2; Galatians 5

Key Verse: People of Zion, who live in Jerusalem, you will weep no more. How gracious he will be when you cry for help! As soon as he hears, he will answer you. Isaiah 30:19

Today’s Scripture: Isaiah 30:19–26

Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023 Insight:

Isaiah 30:19–26 describes a future when God’s people will be guided once more by sound teaching (vv. 20–22) and when the land will produce “rich and plentiful” food (v. 23). Causes for God’s people weeping will be “no more” (v. 19). They will live and flourish in Jerusalem once again (v. 19).

The promise that God will remove any reason for tears is echoed elsewhere in Isaiah (25:8; 61:3). This promised future was fulfilled in part by His people returning from exile. But these promises will find full fulfillment when Christ returns (Revelation 7:17).

Our Daily Bread Devotional for Today 26th September 2023 MESSAGE:

When a baby cries, it’s a signal that the child is tired or hungry, right? Well, according to doctors at Brown University, subtle differences in a newborn’s cries can also provide important clues for other problems. Doctors have devised a computer program that measures cry factors like pitch, volume, and how clear the cry sound is to determine if something’s wrong with the baby’s central nervous system.

Isaiah prophesied that God would hear the distinct cries of His people, determine their hearts’ condition, and respond with grace. Judah, rather than consulting God, had ignored His prophet and sought help in an alliance with Egypt (Isaiah 30:1–7). God told them that if they chose to continue in their rebellion, He’d bring about their defeat and humiliation. However, He also longed “to be gracious to [them]; . . . to show [them] compassion” (v. 18). Rescue would come, but only through their cries of repentance and faith. If God’s people did cry out to Him, He would forgive their sins and renew their spiritual strength and vitality (vv. 8–26).

The same holds true for believers in Jesus today. When our distinct cries of repentance and trust reach the ears of our heavenly Father, He hears them, forgives us, and renews our joy and hope in Him.

REFLECT: Why are you tempted to rebel against God and seek help apart from Him? How does repentance before Him lead to reconciliation and life?

PRAY: Dear God, please forgive me for seeking safety, security, and protection apart from You. Please restore my love for You.

Our Daily Bread Devotional For September 26, 2023, Tuesday ODB Message . Our Daily Bread Ministries (ODB) is a Christian organization founded by Dr. Martin De Haan in 1938. It is based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with over 600 employees. It produces several devotional publications, including Our Daily Bread. our daily bread devotional for today audio our daily bread booklet.

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