Bible Verse For Today 1 June 2022 – 1 Samuel 16:13


Bible Verse for Today 1 June 2022
Bible Verse For Today 1 June 2022 New Month Bible Verse | 1 Samuel 16:13

Your Daily Bible Verse for Today 1st June 2022: So Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed him in the midst of his brothers; and the Spirit of the Lord rushed upon David from that day forward. And Samuel set out and went to Ramah. 1 Samuel 16:13

Bible Verse For Today 1 June 2022 MESSAGE

The anointing of God is a mark of distinction that separates every believer from the world. It activates the power of God in our lives to accomplish His will in this world.

In I Samuel 16, God commanded Samuel to anoint the next leader of Israel. He sent him to Bethlehem to find Jesse, a man with eight sons; one of them would be king!

Jesse presented his sons to Samuel, but the Lord rejected each one. God admonished Samuel, saying that He was interested in the man’s heart – not his outward appearance.

Samuel asked Jesse if there were more sons. David, the youngest, was out in the fields tending the sheep. He was something of a dreamer, musician, and poet. Samuel sent for him, and when he appeared, the Lord directed Samuel to anoint him. As the oil flowed, the Spirit of the Lord changed David forever.

Perhaps, you are feeling isolated and forgotten. Maybe you have labored unnoticed for a long time. If Jesus has found you far afield and brought you home, be encouraged that you are chosen and anointed. He sees your willing heart, and He has set you apart for His purposes.

Bible Verse For Today 1 June 2022 PRAYER

May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. May the power of God destroy the lies the enemy has told you. God sees your heart and has anointed you to accomplish mighty works in the Spirit of the Lord.

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