Today is Wednesday April 27 2022, and in the word of God for today on this platform will be taken from (Exodus 14:13-14).

Scriptural text:

And Moses said to the people, “do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which He will accomplish for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever. “the LORD will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.

(Exodus 14:13-14)


In the context of the above story, the children of Israel, through Moses lead were approaching the red sea.

And while they were thinking or planning on how to cross, behold Pharoah who earlier freed came came to attack them with thousands of the Egyptian armies.

And lo, there was no way for them to run to, so they cried out to God who gave the above instructions for them.

The most important thing we need to draw from the concluding part of this story; after we see how God divided the red sea for the Israelites to pass though and drown Pharoah and his armies, is that God is the One Who always fights every battle for His children.

All we need to do is to hold our breathe.

And for that reason, if are you a child of God who is still skeptical of the fact that God will never let you fall into the hands of your enemies.

Today He has sent me to tell you that your enemies you see today, you shall not see them again tomorrow.

Because He will fight for you and all you need to do is to hold your peace.

You can also read our sermon for today below, April 27 2022, read the sermon below.

Thorn In The Flesh. (The Meaning).

Follow link below to read quotes of the day on our motivational blog and be inspired to make this day a great success.

Quotes Of The Day: April 27 2022

You can also read our bible verse for today below.

Bible Verse Of The Day: April 27 2022.

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Last modified: April 25, 2022



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