Sweet and Bitter April 3, 2018 by Our Daily Bread

April 3, 2018, by Our Daily Bread

TOPIC FOR TODAY: Sweet and Bitter ODM Ministries

Scripture Reading April 3 – Read: Psalm 119:65–72

You are good, and what you do is good. Psalm 119:68

Some people like bitter chocolate and some prefer sweet. Ancient Mayans in Central America enjoyed chocolate as a beverage and seasoned it with chili peppers. They liked this “bitter water,” as they called it. Many years later it was introduced in Spain, but the Spaniards preferred chocolate sweet, so they added sugar and honey to counteract its natural bitterness. April 3, 2018, by Our Daily Bread

That is why—even in hard times—we can still find joy and hope. Even when our struggles are caused by our own sin (vv. 67, 71), we can trust in His mercy (v. 132). Because He is good and does what is good (v. 68), we can trust that He is always at work, drawing us closer to Him (v. 58). April 3, 2018, by Our Daily Bread

Reflect on the intimate way Psalm 119 unites our calling to pursue God with our complete dependence on Him. Are you prone to emphasize one over the other? How might God be calling you to a deeper walk with Him?

| Bible in a Year: Judges 19–21; Luke 7:31–50

Remeber Very important topic was explained on Our Daily Manna Devotional 1 April 2018 by Dr Chris

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