word for the day 03 27 2014, Psalm 27:1, Confidence in God

It is Thursday March 27th. Another day on the topside of earth, is a day to give thanks

 
Listen to the word of God to us today 
Psalm 27:1
 
“The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid. (KJV)
 
Confidence in God’s protection. We have confidence in God’s protection, God’s presence, and God’s purpose for us. We need not fear or be afraid. Trust the Lord, he gives confidence.

May the Lord richly bless you.
 
Prayer for the day:
 

Lord we thank you for the peace it brings when we trust in you. This we pray in Jesus name. Amen.

(Follow me on my blog at thewordforthrday.wordpress.com)
Ps: 1.Please continue to pray for Pastor Vaughn, sis Vaughn, and the rest of the family.

2. Please continue to pray for Micheal Lloyd Clarke. He doing much better, give thanks to God for the improvement.
3. Please continue to pray for Teleka Patrick, missing medical resident from Kalamazoo Michigan. (daughter of a dear friend of our family- Pastor and Irene Patrick)- It is now over three months since she went missing, her parent need our prayer.
4. The Thanksgiving Service for Gilbert Millwood will be held at Rehoboth Gospel Assembly on Saturday March 29, 2014, at 10.30am. Continue to pray for the Millwood/Newby families.

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About charles washington sr

charles washington is married to Claudette washington for over 38years, father of four and two grand children. he writes a daily word from the bible.
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