Daily reading: 3 July
Something to read
For you, O Lord, have made me glad by your work; at the works of your hands I sing for joy.
- Psalm 92:4.
Something to think about
Perhaps your experience of Sundays is a bit like that of the Psalmists – as you have an opportunity to rest, you are glad and joyful when you think back on the ways that God has helped you and used you in the past week.
I imagine that the kind of people that would have first been encouraged to think this way would have spent long days trying hard to make ends meet. The coming of the Sabbath would have been eagerly awaited. Why? Because it was time to acknowledge God’s continued goodness and provision.
Something to do
Spend a few minutes watching a video from Christian Aid Ireland’s Youtube channel.
Give thanks for the work of Christian Aid’s partners as a sign of God’s faithfulness through the sponsoring churches.
Something to pray
Loving God in heaven,
thank you for the many wonderful ways
that you are working through your people on earth.
Help me to be aware of your faithfulness,
and to always respond to you with thanksgiving.
In the name of Jesus Christ,
Today’s contributor is Moses Tumukunde Tutesigensi, who was training to be ordained in the Presbyterian Church of Wales at time of writing. He has been a keen supporter of Christian Aid for a number of years, including as an intern in the Wales team.
Published on 03 July 2021