OUR DAILY BREAD 29 June 2022 DEVOTIONAL — Run From Sin

OUR DAILY BREAD 29 June 2022 MINISTRIES DAILY — Run From Sin
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OUR DAILY BREAD 29 June 2022 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

( 29 June 2022 )
TOPIC: Run From Sin
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Bible in a Year:
Job 14–16 Acts 9:22–43
Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart.
2 Timothy 2:22
Today’s Scripture & Insight:
Genesis 39:11–23
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OUR DAILY BREAD 29 June 2022 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

MESSAGE:
Twice this summer I suffered the scourge of poison ivy. Both times it happened, I was working on clearing away unwanted plant growth from our yard. And both times, I saw the nasty, three-leafed enemy lurking nearby. I figured I could get close to it without it affecting me. Soon enough, I realized I’d been wrong. Instead of getting nearer to my little green nemesis, I should have run the other way!
In the Old Testament story of Joseph, we see modeled the principle of running from something worse than poison ivy: sin. When he was living in the home of Egyptian official Potiphar, whose wife tried to seduce him, Joseph didn’t try to get close—he ran.
Although she falsely accused him and had him thrown in prison, Joseph remained pure throughout the episode. And as we see in Genesis 39:21, “The Lord was with him.”
God can help us flee activities and situations that could lead us away from Him—guiding us to run the other way when sin is nearby. In 2 Timothy 2:22, Paul writes, “Flee the evil desires.” And in 1 Corinthians 6:18, he says to “flee from sexual immorality.”
In God’s strength, may we choose to run from those things that could harm us.
By: Dave Branon
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OUR DAILY 29 June 2022 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

Reflect & Pray
What’s your “poison ivy,” something that can infect you if you don’t run from it? What can you do to run from it?
God, You know what I’m getting too close to right now. Help me to run from it and not look back. Please give me the courage and wisdom to not let anything get between You and me.
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