Ticonderoga First United Methodist Church
Saturday, August 24, 2019
Serving Our Community And World In Christ's Name

Daily Devotional

Friday August 23, 2019
Luke 13:12 (NIV) When Jesus saw her, he called her forward and said to her, "Woman, you are set free from your infirmity."

Jesus was teaching in a synagogue when he saw a woman with a crippling ailment, he immediately interupted what he had been doing and called the woman to him, and then healed her. Jesus taught by example that compassonate action needs to immediately address suffering. The interruptions in life are often the opportunities to minister in Jesus' name! 

How do you react to being interrupted by someone else's need? Today will you look at interruptions as opportunities to be Jesus' healing love for another person?

May you be open to being Jesus' blessing to another today regardless of what you are already doing!
Pastor Scott Tyler

[The interruptions to our routines are often the most significant moments in our day to be Jesus' love. This image is in the church built over the location of Peter's house in Capernaum depicting Jesus being interrupted by a man being lowered through the roof to be healed.]


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