OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL — The Sweetest Harvest

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OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL — The Sweetest Harvest

Our Daily Bread Ministries Daily Devotional

OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

( Friday 6 November 2020 )

TOPIC: The Sweetest Harvest

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Bible in a Year:

Jeremiah 37–39 Hebrews 3
I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit.

John 15:5
Today’s Scripture & Insight:

Isaiah 5:1–7

OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

MESSAGE:

When we purchased our home, we inherited an established grapevine. As gardening novices, my family invested considerable time learning how to prune, water, and care for it.

OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

When our first harvest came, I popped a grape from the vine into my mouth—only to be disappointed with an unpleasant, sour taste.

The frustration I felt about painstakingly tending a grapevine, only to have a bitter harvest, echoes the tone of Isaiah 5. There we read an allegory of God’s relationship to the nation of Israel. God, pictured as a farmer, had cleared the hillside of debris, planted good vines, built a watchtower for protection, and crafted a press to enjoy the results of His harvest (Isaiah 5:1–2).

OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

To the farmer’s dismay, the vineyard, representing Israel, produced sour-tasting grapes of selfishness, injustice, and oppression (v. 7).

Eventually, God reluctantly destroyed the vineyard while saving a remnant of vines that someday would produce a good harvest.

In the gospel of John, Jesus revisits the vineyard illustration, saying, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit” (John 15:5). In this parallel imagery, Jesus pictures believers in Him as grapevine branches connected to Him, the main vine. Now, as we remain connected to Jesus through prayerful reliance on His Spirit, we have direct access to the spiritual nourishment that will produce the sweetest fruit of all, love.

By: Lisa M. Samra

OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

Reflect & Pray
How does remaining connected to Jesus produce love in your life? What are the other blessings of being connected to Him?

Jesus, thank You for creating good fruit in my life as I remain connected to You. May Your life flow through me to produce an even greater harvest of love.

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OUR DAILY BREAD 6 NOVEMBER 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

The sweetest and biggest thing to ever happen to you is to make a decision to be saved through JESUS CHRIST. If you have not made that decision. Please make that decision now and say ” Lord Jesus forgive me for my sins and have mercy on me, thank you for dying for me on the cross, take me as your son / daughter and be my father. THANK YOU FOR SAVING ME, in JESUS CHRIST NAME AMEN.
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