David Jeremiah Daily Devotional 27th October 2022: The Wobbly Bridge

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 David Jeremiah Daily Devotional 27th October 2022
David Jeremiah Daily Devotional 27th October 2022 | Thursday Turning Point Message By Dr. David Jeremiah. 

Read David Jeremiah Devotional 27 October 2022, Thursday

TOPIC: The Wobbly Bridge

He did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God. Romans 4:20

Recommended Reading: Romans 14:17-18

When London’s Millennium Bridge opened in 2000, it became known as the Wobbly Bridge because it would shake and shimmy for no known reason. After some research, engineers found the cause. When the bridge moved just a tad, people adjusted their weight and stance. When enough people exerted energy trying not to fall, it created a human-caused wobble—a problem that has since been corrected.

With our world seesawing around us, people everywhere are trying not to collapse.

As Christians, we have a stabilizing factor built into our personalities. We have God’s peace amid uncertainty. Jesus brings stability in an unstable world. We don’t need to waver because we are strengthened by faith in the promises of God.

Just as God kept His promise to Abraham, making him father of many nations—God will keep His promises to you. He is ever present, so don’t be afraid of world events. He is with you every moment of every day. You can be confident in His presence, strengthened in faith, giving glory to God.

We can speak peace to our hearts, because God hath spoken peace to us….O keep that peace, by looking up to Jesus Christ every moment. – George Whitefield

Read-Thru-the-Bible: Luke 13 – 15

David Jeremiah Devotional 27 October 2022 for Thursday Message. Turning Point God was founded in 1982 as the broadcast ministry of Dr. David Jeremiah to deliver the unchanging Word of God to an ever-changing world.

 

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