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November 26, 2021 7:00 pm
After Prem Pradham’s (1924–1998) plane was shot down during World War II, he was wounded in the leg by ground fire while parachuting to safety. As a result, he walked with a limp for the rest of his life. He once noted, “I have a lame leg. Isn’t it strange of God that He called [me] to preach the gospel in the Himalaya Mountains?” And preach in Nepal he did—but not without opposition that included imprisonment in “dungeons of death” where prisoners faced extreme conditions. In a span of fifteen years, Prem spent ten years in fourteen different prisons. His bold witness, however, bore the fruit of changed lives for Christ that included guards and prisoners who took the message of Jesus to their own people.
Peter faced opposition due to his faith in Jesus and for being used by God to heal a “man who was lame” (Acts 4:9). But he used the opportunity to boldly speak for Christ (vv. 8–13). Though some today will also face the ire of hardhearted religious leaders (vv. 10–11), we also encounter individuals and groups who are spiritually destitute. Family members, co-workers, fellow students, and others we share life and space with need to hear about the One in whom “salvation is found” (v. 12), who died as payment for our sins and was raised from the dead as proof of His power to forgive (v. 10). May they hear as we prayerfully and boldly proclaim this good news of salvation found in Jesus (v. 12).
Welcome to today's encouragement from Our Daily Bread. Martha Jackson wrote today's devotion title old faith after prim problems, plain was shut down during World War II. He was wounded while parachuting to safety. As a result, he walked with a limp for the rest of his life once noted. I have a lame leg. Isn't it strange of God that he called me to preach the gospel in the Himalaya Mountains and preach in Nepal. He did, but not without opposition that included imprisonment and dungeons of death were prisoners faced extreme conditions. In a span of 15 years. Prim spent 10 years and 14 different prisons is bold witness, however, bore the fruit of change the laws for Christ that included guards and prisoners who took the message of Jesus to their own people. The apostle Peter faced opposition due to his faith in Jesus and for being used by God to heal a man who was lame in acts chapter 4, but he use the opportunity to speak boldly for Christ today like Peter, we too may face opposition, yet we have family members, coworkers, fellow students, and others. We know who desperately need to hear about the one in whom salvation is found who died as a payment for our sins and was raised from the dead. As proof of his power to forgive.
May they hear as we prayerfully and boldly proclaim this good news of salvation found in Jesus today's Our Daily Bread devotional Scripture reading is from acts chapter 4 versus 8 to 13 than Peter field with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers and elders of the people.
If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a man who was lame and are being asked how he was healed, the know this, you and all the people of Israel.
It is in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. Jesus is the stone you builders rejected, which is become the cornerstone salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved when they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished. They took note that these men had been with Jesus. Let's pray father, thank you for what you've done for us helpless in Jesus name to boldly share our faith with others. In Jesus name we pray. Amen. Today's encouragement was provided by Our Daily Bread ministries