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INSIGNIFICANT  details logo Our Daily Bread - Friday, September 25, 2015
by RBC Ministries

Luke 3:2-6;15-18

The word of God came to John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness.
-Luke 3:2

Song of Solomon 6-8
Galatians 4

Movers and shakers are people climbing the ladder of influence and success. Luke 3 mentiosn seven prominent leaders who exercised control in the society of their time. Roman Emperor Tiberias Caesar held the power of life and death over people in his far-flung empire.
Pontius Pilate represented Rome as governor of Judea, while Herod Philip, and Lysanias kept people in line at the regional level. Annas and Caiaphas served as high priest, taking their religious authority seriously .
While power brokers flexed their political muscle, “the Word of God came to John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness”(v.2). Who could seem less important than this obscure man living in the desert and listening to God’s voice? What could John the Baptist possibly accomplish by “preaching a baptism of repentance for the remission of sins”?(v.3). Yet multitudes came to John seeking truth, turning from their wrong, and wondering if he could be the Messiah(vv.7,15) John told them, “One mightier than I is coming....He will baptise you with Holy Spirit and fire”(v.16).
John’s life helps us understand what it means to be significant in God’s eyes. Like John, may everything we say and do point others to Jesus. - David McCasland
Lord helps us to surrender our desire for influence and success to You. May our heart’s desire ever be to be used by You to further Your kingdom.
Make our lives a living testimony of you.

Our surrender to God precedes His significant work in our life.


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