Verse of the Week

  • Week 17 - John 20:20

    And when he had so said, he showed to them his hands and his side. Then were the disciples glad, when they saw the LORD.

    ܐܵܗܵܐ ܐܡܸܪܹܐ: ܘܡܘܼܚܙܝܼܵܝܠܹܐ ܐܸܠܵܝ ܐܝܼܕܵܬܘܼܗܝ ܘܕܸܦܢܹܗ: ܘܚܕܹܠܘܿܢ ܬܲܠܡܝܼܕܹܐ ܕܚܙܹܠܘܿܢ ܠܡܵܪܲܢ

    چون این را گفت، دستها و پهلوی خود را به آنان نشان داد. شاگردان با دیدن خداوند شادمان شدند


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Verse of the Day

Job 19:25For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:

Daily Devotional

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  • Day 120: Psalm 43 (2017-04-30)
    You are God my stronghold. Setting as a shield against temptation the fact, that he had experienced the power of God to be present with him, David complains that his life is spent in mourning, because he sees himself as it were abandoned to the will of his enemies. He considered it absolutely certain that his enemies had no power to do him harm except in so far as the Lord permitted them; and therefore he asks, as it were something altogether unaccountable, how it happened that his enemies prevailed against him whilst he was under the assured protection and guardianship of God. From this he gathers courage to pray, that God would be pleased again to manifest his favour, which he seemed to have hid from him for a time. Send forth your light and your truth, let them guide me. In order to encourage himself in the hope of obtaining the grace of God, David rests with confidence in this, that God, who is true, and cannot deceive any, has promised to assist his servants. The knowledge of the divine favour, it is true, must be sought for in the Word of God; nor has faith any other foundation on which it can rest with security except his word; but when God stretches out his hand to help us, the experience of this is no small confirmation both of the word and of faith. Let them guide me; let them bring me to your holy mountain. As the chief cause of his sorrow consisted in his being banished from the congregation of the godly, so David places the height of all his enjoyments in this, that he might be at liberty to take part in the exercise of religion, and to worship God in the sanctuary. Tacitly, indeed, David makes a vow of thanksgiving to God; but there can be no doubt, that by these words he intimates, that the end which he had in view in seeking deliverance from his afflictions was, that as formerly he might be at liberty to return to the sanctuary, from which he was driven by the tyranny of his enemies. And it deserves to be particularly noticed, that although he had been deprived of his wife, spoiled of his goods, his house, and all his other earthly comforts, yet he always felt such an ardent desire to come to the temple, that he forgot almost everything else. This holy desire of David ought to be imitated by all the faithful.