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By Brenda Kunneman
 
 
 

Remember Those in Adversity

[Friday, November 28]

“The Spirit says, be considerate of those in situations of suffering and hardship. Even those who are abused and mistreated, consider them in prayer and even when there is opportunity to help them, for I will honor your remembrance of them.”



Prophetic Scripture:

Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body (Hebrews 13:3).

One of the beautiful things about being a Christian is that we have the love of God in our hearts. We are to be the most caring, thoughtful, and considerate people anywhere. People should look to us for strength and encouragement during hard times. Not only that, but the Lord expects us to have heartfelt compassion for people during their hardships. There are scores of people who live abused, imprisoned, or in impoverished circumstances. Some are just everyday people who are going through tragic situations. We must be careful not to get so busy that we overlook the suffering of others, especially that of our fellow believers. When we see others suffering from adversity, we also must be careful not to unfairly judge them or draw conclusions about their situations when we don’t know all the facts that led up to their present situation.

The Bible teaches us to remember those in adversity. Think of someone today you can pray for. You don’t have to know all the details surrounding their situation, nor do you need to even know them personally—just pray. When God brings someone across your path that you know is suffering in some way, love them and reach out to them. God will honor you for remembering those in adversity today.


Prayer:

Lord, I pray for those in adverse situations right now. I specifically pray for ______________. Help them through this difficult time, Lord, and touch their life with peace. Show me what I can do to offer strength for those who You put in my path. In Jesus’ Name, amen.

 

 

Taken from The Daily Prophecy devotional book published by Destiny Image.  For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman's daily prophecies, click here to order The Daily Prophecy.


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