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Daily Heavenly Manna

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A collection of scriptures with appropriate quotations for every day in the year.
  JANUARY 1 O bless our God, ye people, and make the voice of his praise to be heard, which holdeth our soul in life, and suffereth not our feet to be moved—  Psa. 66: 8, 9.Thanks be to God that His grace has preserved us, kept us from falling, throughanother year; that so many of us are still of one heart and of one mind in respect toHis Word and its service! When we remember that the Adversary is to be permittedto bring strong delusions upon the Lord's people for the very purpose of siftingout all not truly His (2 Thes. 2: 1-12), it should surely call forth our thanks to Godthat the opening of another year finds us still standing fast, appreciating the Truth,and in full accord with all the Divine appointments by which He has kept us fromfalling—Z '03, 3 (Z 3125). The true people of God exhort one another to speak highly of His Word and to cause themessage that embodies His attributes to be understood. He preserves the existence of Histrue people throughout their entire course. He does not, nor will He allow them to beoverthrown nor to lose their position in Christ, the solid Rock on which they stand— P '35, 182.Parallel passages: Joel 2: 26; Psa. 103; 104: 1; 105: 1-7; 91: 1-16; 92: 1-5, 10-15; Rom. 8:31-39; 1 Pet. 1: 2-9; Jude 24, 25; Psa. 40: 1-4; 115: 18; 145: 1, 2; Isa. 33: 16; Matt. 10:28-31.Hymns: 34, 235, 236, 237, 238, 145, 120.Poems of Dawn, 274: The Year Before Us.  Tower Reading: Z '14, 216 (R 5500).Questions: Have I this week made His praise known? How did it energize me and keepme from stumbling? What will I do with His praise this year?THE YEAR BEFORE US S TANDING at the portal of the opening year,Words of comfort meet us, hushing every fear;Spoken through the silence by our Father’s voice,Tender, strong and faithful, making us rejoice.Onward, then, and fear not, children of the day;For His Word shall never, never pass away.“I, the Lord, am with thee, be thou not afraid;I will help and strengthen, be thou not dismayed.Yea, I will uphold thee with Mine own right hand;Thou art called and chosen in My sight to stand.”Onward, then, and fear not, children of the day;For His Word shall never, never pass away.  For the years before us, oh, what rich supplies!For the poor and needy, living streams shall rise;For the sad and mournful, shall His grace abound;For the faint and feeble, perfect strength be found.Onward, then, and fear not, children of the day;For His Word shall never, never pass away.He will never fail us, He will not forsake;His eternal covenant He will never break;Resting on His promise, what have we to fear?God is all-sufficient for the coming year.Onward, then, and fear not, children of the day;For His Word shall never, never pass away.  JANUARY 2 Ye are not your own. For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's—  1 Cor. 6: 19, 20.At the opening of the new year, what lesson could be more important to us than thisone, that we are not our own, but belong to another; that we are not, therefore, toseek to please ourselves, but to please Him; nor to seek to serve self, but to serveHim; nor to seek to obey self-will, but on the contrary His will? This means holinessin the most absolute and comprehensive sense of the word, not only separation fromsin to righteousness, but separation from self (and the world) to the will of God inChrist—Z '97, 35 (R 2097).  Not only are God's people His by virtue of creation and sanctification, but also by virtueof redemption. It is therefore reasonable and appropriate that all they have and are should be made to reflect credit upon God their Owner and Creator; and this reasonable thingthey should render with all their strength of faith, hope, love and obedience; for less thanthis were unworthy and unseemly—P '29, 189.Parallel passages: Matt. 20: 28; 1 Tim. 2: 5, 6; Acts 20: 28; Rev. 5: 9; 14: 4, 5; 2 Cor. 5:14, 15; Titus 2: 14; 1 Cor. 7: 23; 10: 31; Gal. 3: 13; Heb. 9: 12; 1 Pet. 1: 18; 2: 9; Matt. 5:16; John 15: 8; Phil. 1: 9-11.Hymns: 191, 5, 15, 132, 178, 187, 215.Poems of Dawn, 279:  Another Year for Thee.  Tower Reading: Z '10, 199 (R 4632).Questions: What has this text meant to me this week? Amid what circumstances? Withwhat results?ANOTHER YEAR FOR THEE A  NOTHER year we welcome!Dear Master, may it be,In thought and word and action,Another year for Thee!Another year of leaningUpon Thy loving breast,Where heartaches, pain and sorrowAre lost in happy rest.Another year of provingThy holy, blessed will,To find my joy in doing,And in Thy hand hold still;Another year of service,  To prove to Thee my love;Another year of trainingFor greater works above.Another year of trialsAnd the blessings that they bring;Another year’s protection’Neath the shadow of Thy wing.Another year of gladness!Dear Master, may it be,In living and in dying,Another year for Thee!

Angie CV

Nov 15, 2017
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