Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 21 March 2020 – Assurance of God
TOPIC: Assurance of God
SCRIPTURE: Judges 6:33-40
MESSAGE: The people of old normally make assurance doubly sure, to ensure God’s guidance unto them before venturing into the unknown. Gideon had to use a fleece of wool to confirm whether God would save Israel by His hand(vs. 36-39). This was done twice – one for the fleece to be wet while the ground was dry and another for the fleece to be dry and the ground wet. On both occasions, God proved Himself and reassured His servant of victory.
With the Spirit of God possessing him, Gideon mobilised an army that would help him to prosecute the war. These days, many seem to depend more on themselves and their experiences than on God. Many people no longer want to prove God and His power. We must remember that we are meant to ask, seek, and knock to receive positive answers(Matt. 7:7-8). Whatever challenge you may face, please involve God in it.
Daily Fountain Devotional 21 March 2020 – We can even get assurance from God like Gideon that He will not forsake us or leave us. We may not need any fleece of wool to prove God. The ever trusted word of God and the Spirit of God are always there to guide us. Will you employ them today?
PRAYER POINT: Bigger than all my problems, bigger than everything. God is bigger than every mountain I see and cannot see. (Repeatedly)
DAILY QUOTE: You are the only Bible some unbelievers will ever read.”– John MacArthur