Watchman: Daily Devotional, Exodus 3:11-12, But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and Bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” And God said, “I Will be With You.”

Indeed, who are we to be sent by Almighty God as His messengers? That God could use someone like me is a profound wonder to the humbled servant of God. When the Apostle Paul declared that God picked him, the worst sinner, to display God’s greatness, he knew it better than anybody else. “Who am I?” we can ask, like Moses and Paul. Sinners are redeemed alone by grace! It proves that when God uses us, He can use anyone. We must not stop at realizing our own weakness, but must also realize God’s all-sufficiency. What difference does it make if I am limited? God has no bounds! And if He sent me, He must also strengthen me. Moses admitted to God (as if God didn’t already know) that he was not a skilled speaker. “Who fashioned man’s mouth?” God…

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Watchman Warning: Daily Devotional, Denying God’s Truth When Claiming to Be a Christian Can Be a Deadly Mistake

Denying God’s Truth When Claiming to Be a Christian Can Be a Deadly Mistake, Making One Hellbound, S. Michael Houdmann and GotQuestions.blog Proud of It, There Are Un-Godly EVIL People. The fact is, the truth matters – especially when you’re on the receiving end of a lie.” And nowhere is this more important than in the area of faith. Eternity is an awfully long time to be wrong . From CEO S. Michael Houdmann  Got Question.Org… Let me say from the outset, I am not going to directly answer the question. Why not? Because I believe it is a decision every Christian presented with the opportunity to get a COVID-19 vaccine and/or a booster should make based on his/her own convictions. My purpose in writing this post is to address some misconceptions about the vaccines so Christians can prayerfully consider…

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Watchman: Daily Devotional, The Act of Confessing One’s Sins I Prayed to the Lord, Who Is My God, and I Confessed What I Had Done (Dan. 9:4). Confession Results in Forgiveness and Preserves the Integrity of God’s Character

Confessing your sins indicates that you agree with God that you have offended His holy character, are deserving of punishment, and require forgiveness. That is exactly what Daniel does in verses 5-16. “I was speaking and praying, and admitting my fault and the sin of my people Israel, and bringing my supplication before the Lord my God,” verse 20 says. Unlike some who face God’s chastisement, Daniel did not shift blame for Israel’s disaster. Instead, he recognized that his people had deliberately disregarded God’s Word and neglected His prophets, bringing wrath on themselves. They were once a God-blessed nation; now they were immigrants and captives in a foreign place. God had followed through on His vow to condemn them if they disobeyed Him (Deut. 28:15). Daniel examines the repercussions of Israel’s transgression in lines 12-15, including her imprisonment and the…

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Watchman: Daily Devotional, The Spiritual Battle Rages Every Day, and This Battle Will Not End Until We’re Safe in the Arms of Jesus

Watchman: Daily Devotional  For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places —Ephesians 6:12 Some individuals are taken aback to learn that following Christ isn’t a walk in the park. When we commit our lives to Christ, we are instantly met by an enemy, the devil, who seeks to destroy us. Every day, the spiritual fight rages, and it won’t stop until we find refuge in Jesus’ embrace. The apostle Paul told Timothy, “I have fought the good fight, I have completed the race, and I have been loyal.” Now I wait for my reward, the crown of righteousness that the Lord, the upright judge, will bestow upon me on the day of his return. “And…

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