Today's Scripture They did not remember his power and how he rescued them from their enemies.

Today's Scripture


They did not remember his power and how he rescued them from their enemies. They did not remember his miraculous signs in Egypt…


(Psalm 78:42–43, NLT)


Don’t Forget


What has God done for you? Don’t be like the Israelites who had seen amazing miracles and yet didn’t remember them when they needed faith to move forward into the Promised Land. Those victories you experienced weren’t just to protect you, to promote you, or to heal you. They’re fuel. When you face new challenges, obstacles that look too big, if you’ll remember what God has done, that’s what will give you the faith, the confidence, the knowing that He’s in control, that He has you in the palms of His hands, to silence whatever is trying to stop you. The enemy may do his best, but his best will never be enough. The forces for you are greater than the forces against you. Don’t be worried and afraid. Go back over your history. When you start thanking God for what He’s done, faith will rise in your heart. You’ll know that God did it for you back then, and He’ll do it for you today.

A Prayer for Today


“Father, thank You for the history I have with You and for every time You have not allowed the enemy to triumph over me. Thank You for all the times when You’ve shown me that You have me in the palms of Your hands. By this I know that I will triumph today. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”



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