Scripture Union Daily Guide Sunday 26 June 2022 – Surely, the Lord is in this place


Scripture Union Daily Guide Sunday 26 June 2022
Scripture Union Daily Guide Sunday 26 June 2022 | SU Daily Guide for Sunday

Build up your faith in God and grow spiritually as you read Today’s Scripture Union Daily Guide 26 June 2022

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TOPIC: Surely, the Lord is in this place

Opening Prayer: Lord, I pray that you lead me into your truth as I meditate on your word in Jesus name.

Scripture: Genesis 28:10‐22
Question(s) for Reflection
• What does the passage teach about God the Father, or God the Son or God the Holy Spirit?
• Is there any promise for me to believe or hope for?

Scripture Union Daily Guide Sunday 26 June 2022 Message 

Can you remember how you felt the day you left home for the first time, all on your own probably as a teenager? It is usually a mixture of fear and excitement. You are afraid because you are leaving the comfort and protection of your parents, but excited that you are growing up and ready for the adventure that lies ahead. Jacob probably felt the same way.

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More so that he was running away like a fugitive. Confused, lonely and tired from the journey, he laid down to rest and then God appeared to him (vs.10‐12). That must have been a refreshing and reassuring experience for Jacob. Read vs.13‐15 again carefully and note the seven covenant promises God made with Jacob that night.

What other profound truth is there for us in vs.16‐17? How did he respond to this divine encounter and what can we learn from it (vs.18‐20)? Because we are His covenant children, through Christ Jesus, God is ever present with us, whether we realise it or not (Matthew 28:20 and Hebrews 13:5). Let this motivate us to worship Him with all our hearts, resources, and life.

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Practice/Word Application
Reflection: Consider Jacob’s statement in vs.20‐22. Does it reflect faith in God’s promise? How often do we make such statements even after God has given His word?

• Any new insight or reinforcement of what you already know?

Closing Prayer
• Thank you, Lord Jesus, for your abiding presence with me at all times.

Offer a prayer of faith in line with Psalms 147:3

One Year Bible Reading Plan
1 Kings 12, 13; Ecclesiastes 9.



But now, oh Lord, you are our Father; we are the clay and you are Potter; we are all the work of your hand… Isaiah 64:8

› The great God we serve and His love for us His children.
› Our heavenly Father who has promised to keep and protect us always.

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› Grace to remain in the arms of God while the storm is raging.
› Total dependence and trust knowing our God can never fail.
› Comfort for our brethren who have lost their Parents, Siblings, Husbands or Wives that God will continue to encourage them.

∷ The feelings of abandonment and being alone while in reality God is watching over you.
∷ Unfaithfulness and disloyalty to God and to your fellowship with man

Scripture Union Daily Guide Sunday 26 June 2022. Scripture Union is an international, interdenominational, evangelical Christian organization. It was founded in 1867, and works in partnership with individuals and churches across the world. The organization’s stated aim is to use the Bible to inspire children, young people and adults to know God. Scripture Union Daily Guide 26th June 2022