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Jesus’ Promise to You - All Our Daily Bread Daily Devotionals for 2022

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by RBC Ministries
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Jesus’ Promise to You

Bible in a Year: 2 Samuel 9–11, Luke 15:11–32

He will give you another advocate to help you and be with you forever.
John 14:16

Today's Scripture & Insight: John 14:15–21, 25–27

Jason wailed as his parents handed him over to Amy. It was the two-year-old’s first time in the nursery while Mom and Dad attended the service—and he was not happy. Amy assured them he’d be fine. She tried to soothe him with toys and books, by rocking in a chair, walking around, standing still, and talking about what fun he could have. But everything was met with bigger tears and louder cries. Then she whispered five simple words in his ear: “I will stay with you.” Peace and comfort quickly came.

Jesus offered His friends similar words of comfort during the week of His crucifixion: “The Father . . . will give you another advocate to help you and be with you forever—the Spirit of truth” (John 14:16–17). After His resurrection He gave them this promise: “Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age” (Matthew 28:20). Jesus was soon to ascend to heaven, but He would send the Spirit to “stay” and live within His people.

We experience the Spirit’s comfort and peace when our tears flow. We receive His guidance when we’re wondering what to do (John 14:26). He opens our eyes to understand more of God (Ephesians 1:17–20), and He helps us in our weakness and prays for us (Romans 8:26–27).

He stays with us forever.

By: Anne Cetas

Reflect & Pray
What do you need from the Holy Spirit today? How can knowing He’s always near help you?


How thankful I am that You remain always by my side, Jesus! I need You.
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Tue, April 20, 2021 8:47am
Jason wailed as his parents handed him over to Amy. It was the two-year-old’s first time in the nursery while Mom and Dad attended the service—and he was not happy. Amy assured them he’d be fine. She tried to soothe him with toys and books, by rocking in a chair, walking around, standing still, and talking about what fun he could have. But everything was met with bigger tears and louder cries.


Reminds me of my first day in school

 
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